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25-Sep-2005, 12:07 PM #1
Exclamation Problems with NVIDIA GeForce 6200
Okay, i changed my old video card into this NVIDIA GeForce 6200. Now i am unable to watch any movies using Window Media player or any other programs that allows me to watch movies with. It happens that when i load a movie, it will just freeze. When I crl+alt+del, things would change back into normal. On the other hand, when i want to play a specific game such as Rise of Nations, it will have the same problem as the movie, freeze in the beginning of the intro. However, when i play counter-strike: Condition Zero, it works perfectly. My computer is showing that the video card is not recogniznig it or the yellow exclamation mark beside the "NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller". When i want to load this hardware in my add hardware wizard, this shows up: "Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing. (Code 39)"
Man i don't know what kind of stupid problem this is , but i would like to have it fix and get this video card working so i can watch some movies wth it. PLEASE help out here, THANKS.
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25-Sep-2005, 12:11 PM #2
try removing it from device manager - now did you get a driver CD with the new Card?
when you reboot windows it will detect new hardware - during the wizard point the wizard at the CD and drivers section/folder so that it can install the correct drivers for the device.

OR

you can from device manager update driver and point at CD

if you did not get a CD - then we will need to load of the web -

post back if no CD and also make of card - is it MSI
if MSI
http://www.msi.com.tw/program/suppor...ist.php?part=2
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25-Sep-2005, 12:17 PM #3
Try updating the drivers . . .
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26-Sep-2005, 08:25 PM #4
Problems with nVIDIA GeForce 6200 II
I went ahead and uninstalled the NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller. Rebooted, and the icon of which new hardware are found appeared beside the clock at the bottom right corner. I tried to double click it and right click it, and it went ahead and disappeared. I went to Device Manager and found the icon to NVIDIA nFORCE Networking Controller there again along with the yellow exclamation mark which it had it before and with the problem: "Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing. (Code 39)". I tried to update the driver through the path of the CD that came with the card (nVIDIA VGA CARD DRIVERS Installation Software Disk Version N 5.6.1) and it didn't work. So i tried to load the CD through My Computer and happens that nothing showed up. After that, i tried to reboot my comp and happens that Windows couldn't end the program AUTORUN.EXE. I have no idea of what kind of problem that the video card can't be recognize. Is it my CD ROM's problem that couldn't start the CD (AUTORUN.EXE)? I don't think so because other CDs work. Is it the nVIDIA CD's problem? The CD is still new with hardly a scratch. I was told to uninstall the hardware and to load it with the CD that came with it, which i did. Unless i am suppose to uninstall other hardware of the Video Card (I uninstalled the NVIDIA nFORCE network controller)
The programs of the Video Card in the Device Manager Shows:
+Network adapter
-2Wire PC Port #6
-[!] NVIDIA nFORCE Networking Controller
+NVIDIA Network Bus Enumerator

Which one am i suppose to reload it? Yes, i do have the CD (VGA CARD Ver. N 5.6.1)
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27-Sep-2005, 03:35 AM #5
lets have a little more info
make model of PC
do you know the make/model of motherboard - if not see below
windows version XP, 2000, wetc

In device manager under
display adapters - do you have the
NVIDIA GeForce 6200

This is a network adapter and not graphics
NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller
so your CD wont/ may not have the drivers

can you download Belarc.com
and post the information about graphics/videos also motherboard should be listed and networking info
OR
you can run an online scan from here
http://www.d-a-l.com/hardware-scan.php

need to see what the device is but there are some drivers here - dont use just yet
http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/win/38701
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27-Sep-2005, 05:49 PM #6
Lightbulb problems with nvidia geforce 6200
Here is the description of my comp. that you ask for...
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OS Information:
PropertyValue
OS Name Microsoft Windows XP Professional|C:\WINDOWS|\Device\Harddisk0\Partition1
Service Pack 0.0
OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
Windows Directory C:\WINDOWS


Processor:
PropertyValue
Current Clock Speed 2009
Description x86 Family 15 Model 12 Stepping 0
Manufacturer AuthenticAMD
Name AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 3000+


Memory (RAM):
PropertyValue
Bank Label Bank0/1
Capacity 536870912

Bank Label Bank2/3
Capacity 536870912

Total Memory Deteced in Hardware: ~1024 MB
Memory Reported to Operating System: 1023MB

Disk Drives:
PropertyValue
Description Disk drive
Manufacturer (Standard disk drives)
Model Maxtor 6Y060L0
Media Type Fixed hard disk media
Size 61492193280 (~57 GB)
Number of Partitions 1

Description Disk drive
Manufacturer (Standard disk drives)
Model QUANTUM FIREBALLlct20 20
Media Type Fixed hard disk media
Size 20415144960 (~19 GB)
Number of Partitions 1


Installed Printers:
PropertyValue
Name Canon i455
Port Name USB001
Default True
Driver Name Canon i455


Motherboard:
PropertyValue
Manufacturer http://www.abit.com.tw/
Model
Name Base Board
Part Number
Product NF8/NF8-V (nVidia nForce3 250GB)
Serial Number
Version 1.x


BIOS:
PropertyValue
Manufacturer Phoenix Technologies, LTD
Name Phoenix - AwardBIOS v6.00PG
Release Date 20050223******.******+***
Version Nvidia - 42302e31


Monitor:
PropertyValue
Description Plug and Play Monitor
Name Plug and Play Monitor
Screen Height 600
Screen Width 800


Keyboard:
PropertyValue
Description Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard


Pointing Device:
PropertyValue
Manufacturer Logitech
Name HID-compliant Cordless Mouse


Sound Card:
PropertyValue
Manufacturer Realtek
Description Realtek AC'97 Audio
Device ID PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_00EA&SUBSYS_1C14147B&REV_A1\3&13C0B0C5&0&30

Manufacturer C-Media
Description CMI8738/C3DX PCI Audio Device
Device ID PCI\VEN_13F6&DEV_0111&SUBSYS_011113F6&REV_10\4&3191A3E6&0&3870


Video Card:
PropertyValue
Adapter Compatibility NVIDIA
Adapter RAM 134217728
Description NVIDIA GeForce 6200
Installed Display Drivers nv4_disp.dll
Driver Version 6.14.10.7772
Driver Date 6/15/2005 4:20:00 AM
Video Mode Description 800 x 600 x 4294967296 colors


DirectX Installation:
PropertyValue
Version 6.03.01.0146


Modem:
PropertyValue

Network Adapters:
PropertyValue
Description 2Wire PC Port #6
Description 2Wire PC Port #6
Description 2Wire PC Port #6
Description Microsoft TV/Video Connection
Description WAN Miniport (IPX)
Description NVIDIA nForce MCP Networking Controller
Description NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller
Description 2Wire PC Port #6
Description 2Wire PC Port
Description 2Wire PC Port #6

External Ports:
PropertyValue
External Reference Designator
External Reference Designator
External Reference Designator
External Reference Designator
External Reference Designator
External Reference Designator
External Reference Designator
External Reference Designator
External Reference Designator USB0

Expansion Slots:
PropertyValue
Slot Designation PCI0
Slot Designation PCI1
Slot Designation PCI2
Slot Designation PCI3
Slot Designation PCI4
Slot Designation AGP
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Yes, the NVIDIA GeForce 6200 do show up in my network adapter and is working properly. For a further clear infomation, My motherboard isa NF8 series from ABIT, Socket 754 System Board
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27-Sep-2005, 06:04 PM #7
so do you know make/model and if the motherboard is a NF8 or NF8-V
EDIT: just read its a NF8

did you build the PC ?
if so - did you instal the motherboard drivers?

http://www.abit-usa.com/products/mb/...es=1&model=244

drivers for NF8 - NOTE 30MB download
http://www.abit-usa.com/downloads/dr...es=1&model=235

drivers for NF8-V
http://www.abit-usa.com/downloads/dr...es=1&model=244
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yes, the PC is all customized by me and my dad. In the motherboard manual, it says its a NF8 Series (NF8 Pro/NF8/NF8-V Pro/NF8-V). <== i don't know what that means. The box of the motherboard have a sticker that says it is
NF8-V

I have the CD that came with the motherboard, but i don't know if my dad isntalled it or not. The computer can still work normally even without installing with the CD? I think that my dad did install the CD because on the description of my computer, it stated that my soundcard is Realtek, which is with the motherboard. This tells me that my dad did install the CD in order for it to work right?

So do i reload it with the CD or with the site that you given me? i'm just going to load it through the site and see what happens, the NF8-V.
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28-Sep-2005, 08:51 AM #9
i would try updating the driver from device manager again - only this time point tothe motherboard CD

whats the sub directory structure on CD - you may have to go down the subdirectories to drivers

or
as you say get it off the web - its 30MB - so on a dialup that would take a long while
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28-Sep-2005, 11:15 AM #10
I think you are confusing the network card to the vga card. nVidia chipset mobo have a nvidia network card. The network card should not affect the vga card in any way
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28-Sep-2005, 11:25 AM #11
I agree

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This is a network adapter and not graphics
NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller
so your CD wont/ may not have the drivers
so i think the network card needs the motherboard drivers - so its nolonger a ! mark in device manager and possibly needs other motherboard drivers too..
then once those descripancies are sorted out, we can start to work on the graphics card -

what do you think Tidus4Yuna
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28-Sep-2005, 12:00 PM #12
The CD that came with the motherboard should have the drivers for the network card.

I'm looking for the up-to-date driver on their site. It's not visible but I think I have found it.

Edit: There doesn't seem to have a lan driver for the nvidia. The other thing it could be is a broadcom which mine is. You should check the CD for a setup file for the LAN. The file I found is about 20Mb, which looks like all the drivers for Nvidia. If you have a downloader helper like GetRight, then enter this for download:

ftp://ftp-usa.abit.com.tw/pub/downlo...177win2kxp.zip

you can also enter it in a browser address bar if you don't.

If you have a connection port on your motherboard for a IEEE-1394 (firewire), you have the NF8. If not you have the NF8-V.
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28-Sep-2005, 12:08 PM #13
did the links I posted above not link to the motherboard drives which incluse all files for sound/netwrok etc - its 30MB
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28-Sep-2005, 12:11 PM #14
idon't know since I cant check, but I have no clue what the RAID one is.
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Man...Yes i agree that there is a problem to my network adapter, because anyhow, i can't get it to update it even though with the motherboard cd. So what do i do? The motherboard CD must have included everything i need...The 30MG download program,i believe, are all included in the cd...So i still don't get this problem...Still trying to solve it out...
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