Installing video driver for Intel 855 Centrino Chipset  

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  1. Posts : 36
    Win XP / Win 7
       #111

    LarryV said:
    Lexxion,

    Just wanted to thank you again. You have gone above and beyond with helping people here who were suffering with Intel video chips that Windows 7 didn't like.

    -Larry
    No problem, LarryV :)

    I'm trying my best.
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  2. Posts : 7
    windows 7
       #112

    lexxion said:
    Few things you can try:

    1. Reinstall video drivers ( follow my procedure again ). Make sure to uninstall current drivers.
    2. Change Power setttings (Got to control panel. There should be something about power there etc)
    3. Try this app ( do not know if Windows 7 is supported )
    Slick Solutions - MCE Standby Tool (MST)

    I do not have a definite solution to this problem as I did not experience it.

    As to power settings there is "Power Saver" option as opposed to "Balanced". You can try to switch it and see if there is any difference.
    no solution..
    i reinstalled the driver but the screen the problem is the same.
    in power settings i configure to don't go to sleep.
    and i tryied the app but don't seems to work or don't understand.

    it's weired
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  3. Posts : 6
    seven
       #113

    @wolfydog : same laptop , same issue .
    it's a nightmare ... if you have a solution just tell me.

    did you try MST ?
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  4. Posts : 36
    Win XP / Win 7
       #114

    Marciton and wolfydog,

    I was just thinking. Do you guys use any bootloaders or bios patches for Windows 7?

    I am running my Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit RTM without any bootloaders or bios patches and everything works.

    Just a thought.

    Lexxion
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  5. Posts : 6
    seven
       #115

    lexxion
    no just the Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit RTM without any bootloaders or bios patches
    Marciton
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  6. Posts : 7
    windows 7
       #116

    lexxion said:
    Marciton and wolfydog,

    I was just thinking. Do you guys use any bootloaders or bios patches for Windows 7?

    I am running my Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit RTM without any bootloaders or bios patches and everything works.

    Just a thought.

    Lexxion
    Hi.
    I don't think so...
    i used

    "Windows 7 Ultimate PT-PT-OEM-Pre-Activaded)" not RTM...
    this is the final. It is the instalation of the Laptops or notebooks. It is OEM
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  7. Posts : 6
    seven
       #117

    for me I'm sure , it's my official MSDN version
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  8. Posts : 4
    Windows 7 :)
       #118

    Another Thumbs-up for Lexxion!


    Thanks, Lexxion! Your tutorial is the only thing that's worked for me. I've tried everything else. Thanks for posting/hosting that tutorial.

    And, good news is I finally figured out how to add rotation capabilities to my tablet PC, as well! I'm writing up a blog post about that today, and I'll link it here if people want me to.

    KD

    EDIT: Rather than repeat myself in the 3 threads this pertains to, here's a link to the thread where I link the blog post and the rest of the story.
    Last edited by KidDynamic; 20 Oct 2009 at 19:29.
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  9. Posts : 3
    XP
       #119

    OP should update the first post and list the Lexxion solution as the primary solution. The DriverMax solution is half-baked.

    With W7 being released tomorrow, this thread is going to be hit on soon on a large scale.
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  10. Posts : 5
    Windows 7
       #120

    lexxion please help!

    during step 3

    Second command you do is:

    cacls c:\windows\system32\drivers\vgapnp.sys /G peter:F



    i recieve the following error: invalid parameter "/g"

    i am using icacls because cacls doesnt work
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