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pixel640-480 and 16bits problem

Discussion in 'Drivers' started by shukor, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. DJNafey

    DJNafey UK site moderator

    That is correct - the green colour is used for PS/2 mouse ports and also for the standard speaker output :)
     
  2. Dan Penny

    Dan Penny Staff Techie7 Moderator

    I entered your motherboard info into Google and came up with this;
    http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&q=acer+S58M+motherboard&meta=

    The top "hit" brought me to here;
    http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/desktop/veriton_7100.html

    Given the information so far, and since there's no reference to Win ME for the Onboard Intel 815, your required driver is most likely an ACER hybrid: the TNT2 for Win ME

    Grab it off the above site or from here;
    http://www.d-a-l.com/dan/win9x_21.83.exe

    Try that and post back with your results.
     
  3. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    i found some info form my system

    Acer Incorcporated
    Acer Destop series
    Genuinelntel
    Pentium(r)lll processor
    255.0Ram

    Is this helpfull?
     
  4. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    setup unable to locate any NVIDIA graphic chips on this system
    the installer will be terminate
    -------------------------------------------------------

    OS Information:
    PropertyValue
    OS Name Microsoft Windows ME|C:\WINDOWS|
    Service Pack .
    OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
    Windows Directory C:\WINDOWS


    Processor:
    PropertyValue
    Current Clock Speed 1000
    Description Pentium(r) III processor
    Manufacturer GenuineIntel
    Name Unknown Intel P6 processor


    Memory (RAM):
    PropertyValue
    Bank Label A
    Capacity 134217728

    Bank Label A
    Capacity 134217728

    Total Memory Deteced in Hardware: ~256 MB
    Memory Reported to Operating System: 254MB

    Disk Drives:
    PropertyValue

    Installed Printers:
    PropertyValue

    Motherboard:
    PropertyValue
    Manufacturer ACER
    Model
    Name Base Board
    Part Number
    Product S58M
    Serial Number
    Version


    BIOS:
    PropertyValue
    Manufacturer ACER
    Name Acer
    Release Date 19010118******.******+***
    Version ACRCFP6C 933V4.0


    Monitor:
    PropertyValue
    Description Default Monitor
    Name Default Monitor
    Screen Height
    Screen Width

    Description Default Monitor
    Name Default Monitor
    Screen Height
    Screen Width


    Keyboard:
    PropertyValue
    Description Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural Keyboard

    Description Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural Keyboard


    Pointing Device:
    PropertyValue
    Manufacturer (Standard mouse types)
    Name HID-compliant mouse


    Sound Card:
    PropertyValue

    Video Card:
    PropertyValue
    Adapter Compatibility Intel Corporation
    Adapter RAM
    Description Intel(R) 82815 Graphics Controller
    Installed Display Drivers
    Driver Version
    Driver Date
    Video Mode Description

    Adapter Compatibility (Standard display types)
    Adapter RAM
    Description Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
    Installed Display Drivers
    Driver Version
    Driver Date
    Video Mode Description


    DirectX Installation:
    PropertyValue


    Modem:
    PropertyValue
    Model Conexant-Askey HCF V90 56K PCI Modem
    Name unimodem.vxd


    Network Adapters:
    PropertyValue
    Description PPP Adapter.
    Description Microsoft TV/Video Connection

    External Ports:
    PropertyValue
    External Reference Designator SERIAL1
    External Reference Designator PRINTER
    External Reference Designator KEYBOARD
    External Reference Designator MOUSE
    External Reference Designator USB1
    External Reference Designator USB2
    External Reference Designator
    External Reference Designator
    External Reference Designator

    Expansion Slots:
    PropertyValue
    Slot Designation AGP
    Slot Designation PCI1
    Slot Designation PCI2
    Slot Designation PCI3
    -------------------------------------------------------
     
  5. Dan Penny

    Dan Penny Staff Techie7 Moderator

    Download, install, and run Everest Home Edition on this machine. (Clean FreeWare) Once it's finished loading and running, look under

    Computer, Summary, Display,

    or under

    Display, PCI/AGP Video.

    This will tell you what display adapter/chip you have. Post the information for BOTH the Video Adapter and the 3D Accelerator.
     
  6. Dan Penny

    Dan Penny Staff Techie7 Moderator

    "i found some info form my system

    Acer Incorcporated
    Acer Destop series
    Genuinelntel
    Pentium(r)lll processor
    255.0Ram

    Is this helpfull?
    "

    A model number would help tremendously. All the above tells us is that it's an ACER desktop system, with a Pent III, and 256 MB of RAM. There are a few machines which fit into that catagory.

    Is there a Logo on the front, a sticker on the back, or a Windows ME sticker on the side (where a Product Key for ME would be) which gives a system model number? (Similar to Veriton 7100 or something?)
     
  7. DJNafey

    DJNafey UK site moderator

  8. jephree

    jephree ¨*·.¸ «.·°·..·°·.» ¸.·*¨

    Was already tried from post #6.

    Led me to believe it was an AGP card or an ACER proprietary device.

    Of course the chip could be faulty as well.


    .
     
    Last edited: Nov 26, 2007
  9. Dan Penny

    Dan Penny Staff Techie7 Moderator

    "... an ACER proprietary device."

    Same here. I thought we'd have resolution with the TNT2 drivers.

    I'm hoping Everest will resolve the display adapter question. If there is another graphics card installed in a slot, Everest should pick it up.

    If there isn't, and the 82815 is indeed the adapter in question, something else must be wrong to prevent the software from installing.
     
  10. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    video display adapter =intel i752
    3daccelerator=intel i752
     
  11. Dan Penny

    Dan Penny Staff Techie7 Moderator

    That just brings me back (at Intel) to the 82810 & 82815 files, which we've already tried.

    I ask again;

    "A model number would help tremendously. All the above tells us is that it's an ACER desktop system, with a Pent III, and 256 MB of RAM. There are a few machines which fit into that catagory.

    Is there a Logo on the front, a sticker on the back, or a Windows ME sticker on the side (where a Product Key for ME would be) which gives a system model number? (Similar to Veriton 7100 or something?)
    "
     
  12. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    er sorry i think i already scratch it off -..- how to i find that on my ssytem again?
     
  13. shukor

    shukor Techie7 New Member

    hmm i think izit this 1
    Model no.7377xe (V771-M)
     
  14. Dan Penny

    Dan Penny Staff Techie7 Moderator

    No. That's a monitor.

    Try Everest again. Run it, then look under Computer, Summary, Motherboard, or under Computer, Motherboard. (Motherboard Name) With any luck, it may be listed there.

    See attached photo, mine is a Hewlett-Packard HP Vectra VL400
     

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    Last edited: Dec 16, 2007