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

22 Aug 2009   #51
Semmele

openSuSE 11.1 :D
 
 

my solution (FS Amilo Pro v2000):

- all graphic drivers deleted
- chipset-driver (Intel852855GMGME Chipset) reinstalled with Intel INF Update Utility:
Intel® Chipset Software Installation Utility INF Update Utility - Primarily for Intel® 800 Series Chipsets

result: two (?!) unkown video-devices (perhaps the two screens?)

- manual installation of I think Kensiko's driver, reboot
-> works

Before that I tried the instructions above... didn't work


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23 Aug 2009   #52
waffle

Win7
 
 

Update:

It finally works! Thanks to all who posted their findings. Without that, I would have never been able to figure it out.

To avoid the BSOD I followed the direction from below:

Installing video driver for Intel 855 Centrino Chipset

Thanks everyone for lots of useful information. I have eventually got my Sony Vaio VGN-T2XP working with windows 7. I had trouble using the basic procedure outlined by Frustrated (post 42) above. However, adding two ingredients into the mix worked for me:

1) Follow Arathranar's (post 74) to disable the start up screen which forces a certain resolution and default graphics drivers ("running msconfig and checking Boot->OS boot information. Instead of the animation you now get text showing driver loads and the 0x7E STOP blue screen")
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24 Aug 2009   #53
maxihod

:Laptop: Windows 7 Ultimate 32 Bit :Desktop: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit
 
 
82855 Now working on Toshiba Portege M100


Thanks to those who posted on this previously to get me this far. Managed to get this working on my rather old M100.

I now have access to the external monitor and the devices are listed fine. Now have the .. one last problem though. The brightness controls don;t seem to be working, so I'm stuck with 50% brightness by the looks of it. Any thoughts anyone?


Steps I used so far were...

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 [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]computer[/COLOR] in safe mode, open the Device Manager[/COLOR]
(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!


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24 Aug 2009   #54
maxihod

:Laptop: Windows 7 Ultimate 32 Bit :Desktop: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit
 
 
Update on brightness control issues...

Just to be clear on my last post. I didn't expect the Toshiba Portege M100 FnF6 / F7 to work with such an old laptop, but with the 8255 drivers in and working the brightness is stuck on 50%. I've checked in a few places:-

Widows Mobility Centre: The brightness adjust is there, but when I adjust it it makes no difference.

Power Management: Again it's there OK, but adjustment doesn't make a difference to the brightness level.

If I go back to the default VGA driver, then I gett 100% brightness, and no controls avalable anywhere.

Neither solution is really suitable, so looks like I'll be going back to XP if there's nothing anyone can suggest.. Any ideas on what I could try next?
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24 Aug 2009   #55
bdwelle

Windows 7 RC1 build 7100
 
 

I used these instructions successfully and my Thinkpad X40 is now driving my Dell 22" widescreen monitor at 1680x1050. Prior to the update I just had the stock Win7 VGA driver, and it wasn't recognizing the external monitor at all.

One small issue is that my Device Manager is showing two (2) copies of Intel 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller. Maybe one will go away when I reboot... ?

Thanks!!!

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).
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24 Aug 2009   #56
TheBigMonkey

Windows 7
 
 

Don't know if this will work for everyone but it has worked on my Motion M1300 tablet (Pentium M 1Ghz, 1 Gb RAM).

After trying many (if not all) of the suggested methods I installed the driver as "legacy hardware" in Safe Mode.

This can be done from the general menu in Device Manager < Action.

I have been through several boot cycles without a problem.

Hope this helps.
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30 Aug 2009   #57
gerardwr

w7
 
 

YESSSSSS, this method works on my Dell D400 Windows 7 installation with the Intel 82855 chipset. The max resolution I can now choose is 1025 x 768 32 bits. Awesome.

Many thanks to TheBigMonkey.


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TheBigMonkey View Post
Don't know if this will work for everyone but it has worked on my Motion M1300 tablet (Pentium M 1Ghz, 1 Gb RAM).

After trying many (if not all) of the suggested methods I installed the driver as "legacy hardware" in Safe Mode.

This can be done from the general menu in Device Manager < Action.

I have been through several boot cycles without a problem.

Hope this helps.
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31 Aug 2009   #58
ehamiter

windows 7
 
 

I've got a Toshiba Satellite A10-S129, which is an older laptop with the 852GM driver. I've followed all steps above and the device manager successfully shows it in display adapters. Everything works great- except my current resolution is 1024 x 768, and I'd like to get it to 1280 x 1024. Is that just going to be impossible? Has anyone here done this process of hacking it to work and gotten a higher resolution (past 1024 x 768)?

I chatted with an Intel rep and they said basically Intel could care less about updating it. Unless a third-party does a comparable driver release, this will never be officially supported. Bummer.
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02 Sep 2009   #59
JPC

Windows 7 RC
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TheBigMonkey View Post
Don't know if this will work for everyone but it has worked on my Motion M1300 tablet (Pentium M 1Ghz, 1 Gb RAM).

After trying many (if not all) of the suggested methods I installed the driver as "legacy hardware" in Safe Mode.

This can be done from the general menu in Device Manager < Action.

I have been through several boot cycles without a problem.

Hope this helps.
TheBigMonkey: What version of the driver did you use? I also use a Motion M1300, so it would work for me as well. Thanks!
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02 Sep 2009   #60
slavanovik

Windows 7 RC
 
 

I have Sony VGN-T350p laptop. I tried steps above and none of the seem working for me. If I put older version driver, after rebooting, i get blue screen. Can anybody help please
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