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Windows 7: 9600GT Problem

17 Feb 2010   #1

 
 
9600GT Problem

Hi guys, I recently upgraded my computer to Windows 7, and tried installing a new GeForce 9600GT, before installing my motherboard already had an onboard graphics card, so I set PCI-Express was to be displayed first in the BIO. The first thing is that... my GeForce wasn't recognized at first, and if it was, it shows an error message in Device Manager when I tried updating it. The error message is "This device cannot be find enough free resources that it can use." I've already disabled the onboard graphics card beforehand.


BIOS - BIOS screens for the Packard Bell Denver 10 motherboard - instr_bios_denver10 - Information and Instructions - IMEDIA X2414 - PB80128501 - iMedia - platform_amadeus_imedia - Desktop
^This is my BIOs' screens.

Should I disable or uninstall the onboard graphics card?

Anyone got any clues please?

My System SpecsSystem Spec
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17 Feb 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate (32 bit)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Gurenbanka View Post
Hi guys, I recently upgraded my computer to Windows 7, and tried installing a new GeForce 9600GT, before installing my motherboard already had an onboard graphics card, so I set PCI-Express was to be displayed first in the BIO. The first thing is that... my GeForce wasn't recognized at first, and if it was, it shows an error message in Device Manager when I tried updating it. The error message is "This device cannot be find enough free resources that it can use." I've already disabled the onboard graphics card beforehand.


BIOS - BIOS screens for the Packard Bell Denver 10 motherboard - instr_bios_denver10 - Information and Instructions - IMEDIA X2414 - PB80128501 - iMedia - platform_amadeus_imedia - Desktop
^This is my BIOs' screens.


Should I disable or uninstall the onboard graphics card?

Anyone got any clues please?
Did you disable memory sharing?
Your PCIE should have its own.



Setting
Parameter
Init Display FirstPCI
PCI ExpressVGA Share Memory Auto DetectDisabled
AutoShare Memory size64MB
128MB
256MB

Note: Share Memory size is only available when VGA Share Memory Auto Detect is set to Disabled.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
17 Feb 2010   #3

 
 

:O. I'll try it, thanks mate, and I'll set it to the lowest amount.

EDIT : Nope, didn't work.
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17 Feb 2010   #4

Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit / XP Home sp3
 
 

sounds like an IRQ problem.If you would please list all your system specs. Thanks. Fabe Name:  usercp 1.png
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My System SpecsSystem Spec
21 Feb 2010   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

IRQ or possible a power issue.

I too, own a 9600 GT. I owned a small Cooler Master 350W and had similar issues. I quickly upgraded the PSU (Assuming it was the problem) to a 550W Antec and no longer had that issue. No driver update, no hardware work arounds or BioS configuration changes.

What wattage is your PSU?
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