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Intel 82945g (Windows 7 x64 error code 43)

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by gede82, Apr 28, 2010.

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    Hi Everyone!

    I have an Intel D945GNT motherboard(with integrated 82945G Express Chipset Family). I tried Windows 7 ultimate x64. After installation everything worked properly but the integrated video card. There was an explanation mark on the Video card device icon. I tried the windows built in driver and the newest intel driver and the Vista x64 driver too(download it from intel.com). I updated my Bios, but I got the same error (Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)) in device manager. So i can't change the monitor's refresh rate, and when i try to ghange the resolution I see a default monitor adapter insted of intel 82945g. Now I can't run even a 3D Screen saver.
    Intel sad that Windows does not support this board so they can't help, but there are drivers for this chip I(ntel® Graphics Media Accelerator Driver version 15.12.75.4.64.1930 (8.15.10.1930) a Windows built in too). I run Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor and it sad: This device is compatible with Windows 7.
    What sould I do to solve this probem? Or I have to buy a PCI-e Video card if I want to use Windows 7?

    If anyone have the same problem or any suggestion please share with me!
    Thank you!
     
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