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Windows 7: Intel 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller Driver Issues

26 Jun 2009   #41

Windows 7 RC Build 7100
 
 
Avoiding code 43 error for updated driver

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kensiko View Post
This worked for my laptop: http://justendeal.com/driver/855gm_vista_driver.zip

But no chance of making Aero working (even when forcing).
The driver posted by Kensiko installs okay for me in either normal or safe mode, but then shows a code 43 error and reverts back to the standard VGA driver.

I have tried unsuccessfully to disable integrity checks using the command lines posted by Misaki but get an "access is denied' message even when logged in as an administrator.

I would really appreciate any suggestions to get a driver working. I have the release candidate software installed on an HP/Compaq NX500 laptop with a 1.60 Ghz processor and 1.50 GB of Ram.

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28 Jun 2009   #42

Windows 7 RC Build 7100
 
 
Finally got it to work using a combination of posts.

A. Turn off Digital Driver Signing Check

1. Create a shortcut on the desktop to cmd.exe (In the location box type cmd /k)
2. Right-click on the shortcut and select Run as administrator
3.When the command window opens, type the following and press ENTER after each:
bcdedit /set nointegritychecks ON
bcdedit /set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
4. Reboot in safe mode (press F8 repeatedly during the BIOS screen).

B. Installing the XDDM Vista Driver posted by Kensiko

1. With computer in safe mode, open the Device Manager
(Start > Computer > System Properties > Device Manager)
2. Initiate driver update for Standard VGA Graphics Adaptor
(Properties > Driver Tab > Update Driver > Update driver -> Browse -> Let me pick -> Display adapters -> Have disk -> give path to "855gm_vista_driver " folder of the extracted driver)
3. Navigate to the folder where the driver is stored then complete the installation.
4. In the Device Manager, initiate a new hardware scan (Action > Scan for Hardware Changes).
5. Reboot. If successful, create a restore point!

Note: Chances are that the above steps did not work first time. Try a few variations & be persistent:
Re-boot in "Disable driver signing enforcement" mode (a variation of Safe Mode).
Install the driver against the Video Controller showing an error.
Try installing the XP driver instead (I ended up doing this only to end up with no Display Driver installed which seemed to help with then installing the Vista driver).
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13 Jul 2009   #43

Win7 RC1
 
 
82855 Win7 approach

First of all, thanks to Kensiko for the driver. My Toshiba Satellite A45-S150 which is not even suppose to work with Vista, runs now on Windows 7. I have been hacking since the late 60s (yea, I am that old and getting older not wiser). I enjoy the challenge to make things work the way they should. A note to Toshiba, make new drivers, they work on the older Intel chips....also thanks to the poster of this "hack" (which in the old days is meant as a compliment). I stayed with it and now my bublles float across my screen, and Aero works ....I installed all drivers on this discussion forum to include the windows NT driver from Dell !!, then WinXP, then finally the WinVista driver from Kensiko. I rebooted twice and so far my driver is still active. Also my notebook runs quietly instead of racing..!!
so, stay with it, keep going and ensure that you run the restore point just in case. thanks for your time....(update, August 12) Aero does work erratically and BSOD running DVDs but VLC player fixes that, occasional hickup..."hangs"), stay with it......!!!
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17 Jul 2009   #44

Windows 7 RC
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Frustrated View Post
A. Turn off Digital Driver Signing Check

1. Create a shortcut on the desktop to cmd.exe (In the location box type cmd /k)
2. Right-click on the shortcut and select Run as administrator
3.When the command window opens, type the following and press ENTER after each:
bcdedit /set nointegritychecks ON
bcdedit /set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
4. Reboot in safe mode (press F8 repeatedly during the BIOS screen).

B. Installing the XDDM Vista Driver posted by Kensiko

1. With computer in safe mode, open the Device Manager
(Start > Computer > System Properties > Device Manager)
2. Initiate driver update for Standard VGA Graphics Adaptor
(Properties > Driver Tab > Update Driver > Update driver -> Browse -> Let me pick -> Display adapters -> Have disk -> give path to "855gm_vista_driver " folder of the extracted driver)
3. Navigate to the folder where the driver is stored then complete the installation.
4. In the Device Manager, initiate a new hardware scan (Action > Scan for Hardware Changes).
5. Reboot. If successful, create a restore point!

Note: Chances are that the above steps did not work first time. Try a few variations & be persistent:
Re-boot in "Disable driver signing enforcement" mode (a variation of Safe Mode).
Install the driver against the Video Controller showing an error.
Try installing the XP driver instead (I ended up doing this only to end up with no Display Driver installed which seemed to help with then installing the Vista driver).
Dear sir, this worked beautifully with me. One of the notebooks I own is the old Toshiba Satellite A45, now the driver sticks there and works nice. Aero still doesn't work I think because the "Start" circle is all under the task bar (I am not sure I explained right but I know you understand me ). Thank you very much.
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17 Jul 2009   #45

windows 7
 
 

Hi , i got Fujitsu Siemens with intel 82852/82855 Graphic card , i did try step by step the Frustrated way , but its always finding new hardware and innstaling the drivers and asking for a restart . Any ideas ?
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19 Jul 2009   #46

Win7 64 bits FR
 
 

Well, I still have one problem, if I try to play a DVD, I get a BSOD.

I will try the XP driver with the instructions there as posted by misaki: Installing video driver for Intel 855 Centrino Chipset
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31 Jul 2009   #47

Windows 7 Release Candidate
 
 

Why doesn't it work for mine? After installing the driver using Frustrated's methods, I got a blue screen with error code 43 after the boot screen. I'm using IBM (now Lenovo) ThinkPad T41, Intel Pentium M 1.5GHz with Intel Centrino, RAM 768MB (at least it's what the system properties said - this laptop wasn't originally mine).
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11 Aug 2009   #48

Win7
 
 

I am trying to install Windows 7 on my Sony VGN-T350P. Overall the installation works very well. However the video adapter (also a 855GM) keeps giving me a hard time. I have spent literally days trying to get it to work properly. I have found and tried all different ways, but none of them has worked thus far. Usually I end up with Windows 7 reverting back to the Standard VGA driver or even worse a BSOD.

Has anybody found a way to get the native resolution of 1280x768 to work and is kind enough to share how?

TIA!
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12 Aug 2009   #49

Win7 RC1
 
 

Best resolution I can get with this "hack" is 1024x768 which might be a feature of Toshiba rather then the capability of the chip. So far everything still works, I can even get the bubbles to float across with the screen saver. I do get BSOD running Windows DVD player, it works OK with other free DVD player I downloaded, although it does "hang" occasionally. Recommend you download all the "hacks" mentioned, install in this sequence....first one mentioned was XP, then there is a "NT" ! someone mentioned which I loaded. Each time I ended up with 1 driver Intel 82855 and Windows native VGA driver. I followed the steps outlined in the above threads, and after the second time the driver took, now my entire driver is 82852/82855. I think the problem is to "hack" out the proprietary addition to the manufacturer's layer on top of the INTEL driver. Once that is gone, it works natively with the INTEL chip only. Toshiba stated I could not run VISTA on this notebook. Not only did I load VISTA on top of Windows XP but I got all my Windows XP stuff to work in VISTA (my Sony Clie for example, which would not work in VISTA). So I am waiting for my Windows 7 package to come in and I am going to throw it on top of my Win XP and get my Clie to work in Windows 7, which started this entire rigmarole for me. Basically I think the manufacturers write these proprietary drivers to force you to buy new hardware (just my opinion)
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20 Aug 2009   #50

windows 7
 
 

I did exactly as it described in previous posts and all went just fine untill the restarting. Windows crashes after that fancy logo and text Starting Windows.
There is blue screen and it is complaining about the installed driver.

I am using Kensiko's driver and my laptop is Acer Travelmate 4000wnlci with intel chip.

Any idea's what to do next?

I also tried XP-driver, but no help. (Windows 7 keeps using standard VGA)
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