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tried various rounds of driver uninstall, registry cleaning, driver deletion from windows directories, etc... I called ATI (the manufacturer of my video card), and they said that the problem was due to a corrupted AGP driver. Read this page for more details.Thank you __________________________________________John B @ forum.notebookreview.com This helped me too 0 Kudos Reply hotshot032 Paper Tape Posts: 3 Registered: 11-18-2008 Location: USA Message 3 of 4 No, create an account now.
When replacing my new Iwill xp333r motherboard, I got an especially cryptic blue screen of death from Windows XP SP1: STOP C0000415: Unknown Hard Error After searching the microsoft knowledge base Loading... Remove everything that looks like 'AGP Driver' or somesuch. nothing works...
Poi entro in modalità provvisoria, disinstallo i drivers della scheda, lo faccio ripartire e mi funziona. But mine was eaven wierder in a sense, becouse when i didnt have the display drivers installed i got a lot of anomalies on the screen, almoust like i had overclocked I Have read about this on a few forums that I found using Google and they also said it is a prblem with the video card. Sign Up Now!
How I fixed it: Reset computer. Tutti i diritti riservati. Although the error is reported in the Video driver, it originates in corrupted AGP drivers. But now i think i know the problem, and its all thanks to "ProfBvr"... :) It's like he said, there is some problem with the AGP speed, if i have 4xAGP
Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. even tried the trick here you change a registry setting to what is supposedly 2xAGP rate... advised me to restart the computer... Important: Apparently, XP does not fully uninstall the AGP drivers, so if you uninstalled a driver in step 3, you must reinstall it now before you reinstall the video card drivers.
If so try disconnecting it. See the solution Topic options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page hotshot032 Paper Tape Remove everything related to your video card. why? 1 Re: Cannot start any online diagnostics.
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Open up the 'Display Adapter' folder, right click on your video card and open 'Properties'. I'm on the end of my rope, anyone have any ideas? peroni, Apr 13, 2003 #2 BigDaddyShoe New Member Joined: Apr 12, 2003 Messages: 2 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 Actually it was a multitude of problems that contributed to that Top Kudoed Posts Subject kudos R51 - CPU Upgrade 1 Re: L460 Defective Image 1 Re: Cannot start any online diagnostics.
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My system: Athlon XP 1700+ Iwill XP333r Rev 2.1 1220 Bios/ 2.34 HPT drivers 256M Corsair DDR at 266Mhz 2x 160G Western Digital SE HArd Disks Windows XP Service Pack 1 The screen is garbled, and I cannot boot up without using safemode. A message poped up when I get into windows through sfemode saying that it was a problem with the video card. XenForo Add-ons by Brivium ™ © 2012-2016 Brivium LLC.
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was that the root cause? "guaranteed maybe", but another problem was that the generic infineon ram that was branded 333ddr cannot be set to 333ddr in the bios without instability in I have this question too 0 Kudos Reply JohnB Retired Moderator Posts: 272 Registered: 11-11-2008 Location: Canada Message 2 of 4 (1,069 Views) Re: Stop c0000415 unkown hard error Help!!! Informazioni su Tom's Hardware Advertising Privacy Chi siamo Contattaci Newsletter Feed RSS Copyright © 2016 - 3Labs Srl - A Purch Company. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service.
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