Have you tried reinstalling the driver? Check the card to make sure it is properly seated. That would be my first step...docangelique01 said:It is telling me it a graphics device driver. My video card is updated, so I was wondering what else a graphic driver would relate to. I can't get my symbols to work so I am unable to use the debugging program by windows. can anyone help?
no driver was listed. I wish it did. The error occurs usually when pages are loading, but sometimes it is random. I haven't received it in awhile since I haven't been online, but when I get it again I will post the parameters. I haven't tried a system restore, but I tried a clean install of xp again a few days, and I still got it then.Rollin' Rog said:What is telling you it is a Graphics driver? Is a driver listed in the STOP error?
When does the error occur?
And what is the full error: parameters and driver?
When did the problem start, and did you try a System Restore?
I got the memory test to work. I tried a different burning prgram. Turns out the program wasn't burning it right. I had it pass through all 8 tests 1x, I didn't get one error. But, when I rebooted my processor failed to be detected on boot up. Ya know how it usually comes up above the drives, well it didn't. I'd also like to add this has happened quite a few times, which makes me kinda wonder. But I was wondering if there is something strange about that in your opinion.Rollin' Rog said:What happened when you tried to burn it? I used Roxio/Easy CD to do mine. I think it automatically associates itself to .iso files and does the right thing by it. You may need to "read the manual" for your burning software.
I have problems with floppies as well on my Dell -- finicky floppy drive; but if I try different branded floppies, I usually get some to work.
By the way once you complete a boot with "verifier.exe", it's done its test. You can still leave it enabled for future boots if you want.
Sigverif does take a bit to complete, however, and is run from within Windows.
yeah that's where I ran it from and saw all the drivers.Sigverif does take a bit to complete, however, and is run from within Windows.
You mean your CPU??my processor failed to be detected on boot up
Rollin' Rog said:It's getting near my bed time so forgive if I'm asking something that should be obvious -- but I'm not sure what you are referring to here:
You mean your CPU??
Perhaps you have enabled something I haven't had a look at -- are you watching a detection list in the BIOS -- I see this on my Win98 system but not XP.
If you don't want "verifier" to run on every bootup (it's silent unless it detects a problem), just run: verifier /reset from Start > Run.
that may be it. It's just a screen that boots up that shows my disk drives and AMD Athlon XP. The Athlon XP is the thing that is not detecting itself sometimes. Is that also called a CPU? sorry I'm a little unfamiliar with the name of things, although I'm pretty sure it's called a processor, lol.are you watching a detection list in the BIOS
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