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Resource Conflict SVGA/VGA Display Adapter

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by james91911, Apr 28, 2004.

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    james91911 Thread Starter

    Sep 17, 2003
    I have a resource conflict between my 3DForce B-32 Plus, NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Model 64 and the standard Microsoft VGA Standard Display Adapter on my Windows 98 new install. Both are trying to use the same Resource Type/Settings and one has to move to a different setting or be turned off (per the MS Trouble Shooter). I followed the help suggestions in the Trouble Shooter but every time I tried to change settings I get a message "No Modifications Allowed" or "This setting cannot be modified". This is displayed each time I click on Memory Range, InPut/OutPut Range under Resource Type. I deleted the VGA Adapter and it solved the problem and the TNT2 driver took over, but then I ran into real problems with the Windows Registry Checker and I had to restore the registry back to my original install date to get the driver back (and the VGA/SVGA conflict too). The last thing I did was check the box in the VGA profile to "Remove from this hardware profile", but each time I restart the computer the checkmark is gone and the conflict remains. Any suggestions or recommendations would be greatly appreciated, and thank you very much for your time.
    james91911 :confused:
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