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Windows 7: Installing driver after turn on pc.


09 Jul 2009   #1

Windows 7 7260 32-bit
 
 
Installing driver after turn on pc.

Hy
Everytime when i reboot or turn on my pc they install video controller for my integrated motherboard graphic card. I dont know why? Everything works fine, only i have is that tyni problem. And i need some help obout that

Windows 7 7260 32bit
asrock motherboard
geforce 7600gt agp
pentium 4 3.0

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09 Jul 2009   #2

Win7 Ultimate, x64
 
 

As you have a GFx card, have you considered editing you BIOS to disable/turn off your integrated video? Doing that, Windows 7 won't be able to see it and, therefore, won't want to install drivers for it.
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09 Jul 2009   #3

Windows 7 7260 32-bit
 
 

I already want to do that, but.. i cant find that option in my bios. Only i found is something.. boot video controller and i have: agi/pci/onboard, pci/agi/onboard and onboard/agi/pci. Any idea?
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09 Jul 2009   #4

Win7 Ultimate, x64
 
 

Looking at the Owner's Manual for your board (I downloaded it from the Asrock site):
  • What is listed as a AGP slot on the diagram is actually described as an Asrock Graphics Interface (AGI)
  • This AGI supports a limited number of AGP cards - see pages 8 and 9 of your owner's manual.
  • It would appear you are correct - there does not appear to be any way to actually disable the onboard GFX
  • It would appear, from the description on page 25, that these choices refer to the order in which the MBO will look for a GFx card. Assuming this is correct, I would think you would want to select AGI/PCI/OnBoard.
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09 Jul 2009   #5

Windows 7 7260 32-bit
 
 

Ok. If i understand you i must select agi/pci/onboard. Or there does not appear to be any way to actually disable the onboard graphics.
I will try this and report.
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09 Jul 2009   #6

Win7 Ultimate, x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by calvo86 View Post
Ok. If i understand you i must select agi/pci/onboard. Or there does not appear to be any way to actually disable the onboard graphics.
I will try this and report.
I'm guessing on the first part. I haven't seen your MBO. All I have to go by is what I read in the manual for the MBO.

I really hope I've been of help but fear I've missed the target.
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09 Jul 2009   #7

Windows 7 7260 32-bit
 
 

I read the manual for my MBO. I also select agi/pci/onboard and nothing happen, same thing. But i found something in manual, first add and install agp vga video card and drivers, than install onboard vga drivers. Maybe is that problem. But i dont know in which order i install that
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09 Jul 2009   #8

Win7 Ultimate, x64
 
 

Is your video card on the list of supported cards? If not, it may be time to get a new card - a PCI card.

If it is, I would have to resort to experimentation:
  • If you haven't done so already, get the latest applicable drivers for your card from the Nvidia site
  • Install the card (D'oh)
    • Set a restore point
    • Install the vga drivers
    • Install the drivers for your AGP card
    • Reboot the computer
    • If it worked, you're done!
  • OK, that didn't work so
    • Recover to the restore point you set
    • Install the Nvidia drivers
    • Install the drivers for the onboard
    • If it worked, you're done!
  • If you've gotten here without a solution you could consider one of the following:
    • Forget about using your AGP card and just use the onboard. Ugly? Yes, but it's an option.
    • Get a PCI card
If none of the above works, then I'm out of options and it's time to find someone who knows more about this than me (that shouldn't be too hard).
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09 Jul 2009   #9

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by calvo86 View Post
Hy
Everytime when i reboot or turn on my pc they install video controller for my integrated motherboard graphic card. I dont know why? Everything works fine, only i have is that tyni problem. And i need some help obout that

Windows 7 7260 32bit
asrock motherboard
geforce 7600gt agp
pentium 4 3.0
could you go to device manager (type device manager in search) and check to see if the video driver is correctly installed and see if there are any unknown devices.

Ken
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09 Jul 2009   #10

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by calvo86 View Post
I read the manual for my MBO. I also select agi/pci/onboard and nothing happen, same thing. But i found something in manual, first add and install agp vga video card and drivers, than install onboard vga drivers. Maybe is that problem. But i dont know in which order i install that
In device manager, Disable the offending adapter.
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