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  #1  
Old June 17th 04, 04:00 AM
Daniel Rose
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Default Display Adapter Problem

When I uninstalled Iomega HotBurn software, after a reboot Windows
reinstalled about 20 drivers. The one for the video card or montior is
not correct. I am stuck at 16 colors with a resolution of 640x480.

I tried the steps in Jeff Richrard's reply above, and Windows said I
already had the best driver. I know the file is in my system or on the
Windows 98 SE CD, because the display was working just earlier today.

My monitor is a KDS SVGA 15", and my video card is an S3

Thank you,
Daniel
  #2  
Old June 17th 04, 04:09 AM
Daniel Rose
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P.S.

When the computer boots up, I get the following message:

"Display
There is a problem with your display settings. The adapter type is
wrong, or the current settings do not work with your hardware."

Daniel Rose wrote:

When I uninstalled Iomega HotBurn software, after a reboot Windows
reinstalled about 20 drivers. The one for the video card or montior is
not correct. I am stuck at 16 colors with a resolution of 640x480.

I tried the steps in Jeff Richrard's reply above, and Windows said I
already had the best driver. I know the file is in my system or on the
Windows 98 SE CD, because the display was working just earlier today.

My monitor is a KDS SVGA 15", and my video card is an S3

Thank you,
Daniel

  #3  
Old June 17th 04, 04:14 AM
Joe727
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Default Display Adapter Problem

If you just reinstalled Windows, or you cannot change to 256, 16 bit, or 32
bit color, you probably need to reinstall your video card drivers.

To reinstall your video card drivers, you need to know the exact make and
model of your video card in order to install the correct/updated drivers.

There are several ways to determine what kind of video card you have.

1. Check the manual that came with your PC.

2. You can open your PC tower to look at the video card and note the name
and numbers printed on it.

3. You can download and run this program from MajorGeeks.com. It might be
able to determine what kind of video card you have:

AIDA32 - Enterprise System Information 3.93

http://www.majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=183

To find the Aida32 info you need to post, run the Aida32 program, and click
the + sign next to Computer
on the left side of your screen then click Summary.

Then Right click the information on the *right* side of your screen and
select Copy. You can then paste the information in Notepad or paste it
directly to this newsgroup.

Aida32 will tell you a lot about what's inside your PC. In addition to
telling us the *Brand and Model Number* of your computer, please post back
the information Aida32 reports for your:

Motherboard

CPU

Chipset

Display PCI/AGP Video

Display GPU

This information will assist us in finding the correct video drivers, and
directing you to the video card manufacturer's website so you can download
and install them.

*** IMPORTANT *** Remember to tell us the *Brand and Model Number* of your
computer which is printed on your PC case or is listed in the manual that
came with your computer.

Joe

"Daniel Rose" wrote in message
...
When I uninstalled Iomega HotBurn software, after a reboot Windows
reinstalled about 20 drivers. The one for the video card or montior is
not correct. I am stuck at 16 colors with a resolution of 640x480.

I tried the steps in Jeff Richrard's reply above, and Windows said I
already had the best driver. I know the file is in my system or on the
Windows 98 SE CD, because the display was working just earlier today.

My monitor is a KDS SVGA 15", and my video card is an S3

Thank you,
Daniel



  #4  
Old June 17th 04, 12:28 PM
Daniel Rose
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Default Display Adapter Problem

My computer is a Dell Dimension XPS P166s.

Here is the information you requested from Aida:

Computer
Operating System Microsoft Windows 98 SE
OS Service Pack None
Internet Explorer 5.50.4807.2300 (IE 5.5 SP2)
Computer Name DJR (DJR)
User Name Daniel Rose

Motherboard
CPU Type Intel Pentium, 166 MHz
Motherboard Name Unknown
Motherboard Chipset Intel Triton 82430VX
System Memory 64 MB (SDRAM)
BIOS Type AMI (09/08/98)
Communication Port Communications Port (COM1)
Communication Port Printer Port (LPT1)
Communication Port ECP Printer Port (LPT2)

Display
Video Adapter S3 ViRGE PCI (325)
Video Adapter S3
Video Adapter Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
Video Adapter Super VGA
3D Accelerator S3 ViRGE
Monitor KDS-5251 [NoDB] (0795721757)

Multimedia
Audio Adapter Creative ViBRA16C Audio Adapter
Audio Adapter Sound Blaster 16

Storage
Disk Drive GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE01
Disk Drive GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE02
Optical Drive IOMEGA ZIPCD1024INT-A (8x/4x/32x CD-RW)
Optical Drive NEC CD-ROM DRIVE:28B

Partitions
C: (FAT32) 2035 MB (148 MB free)
D: (FAT32) 2199 MB (602 MB free)
E: (FAT32) 1045 MB (706 MB free)
F: (FAT32) 2567 MB (872 MB free)
G: (FAT32) 7985 MB (7327 MB free)

Input
Keyboard Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural Keyboard
Keyboard Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural Keyboard
Mouse Other Logitech Mouse Serial
Mouse PS2 (PS/2)

Network
Primary IP Address 127.0.0.1
Primary MAC Address 44-45-53-54-00-01
Network Adapter PPP Adapter.
Network Adapter PPP Adapter.
Modem U.S. Robotics 56K Voice INT PnP

Peripherals
Printer Acrobat PDFWriter
Printer DocuMagix File Cabinet
Printer Epson Stylus COLOR 500
Printer HotFax MessageCenter
Printer hp deskjet 930c series (2)
Printer HP DeskJet 930C Series
Printer PaperPort
Printer RapidComm Voice
Printer Send with j2 Messenger
Printer WinFax

Problems & Suggestions
Problem Disk free space is only 7% on drive C:.

Display PCI/AGP Video
S3 ViRGE (86c325) (Number Nine Reality FX332) Video Adapter
S3 ViRGE 3D Accelerator

Display GPU
Blank screen

The Windows error message I'm getting reads:

"Display
There is a problem with your display settings. The adapter type is
wrong, or the current settings do not work with your hardware."

Thank you,
Daniel

Joe727 wrote:

If you just reinstalled Windows, or you cannot change to 256, 16 bit, or 32
bit color, you probably need to reinstall your video card drivers.

To reinstall your video card drivers, you need to know the exact make and
model of your video card in order to install the correct/updated drivers.

There are several ways to determine what kind of video card you have.

1. Check the manual that came with your PC.

2. You can open your PC tower to look at the video card and note the name
and numbers printed on it.

3. You can download and run this program from MajorGeeks.com. It might be
able to determine what kind of video card you have:

AIDA32 - Enterprise System Information 3.93

http://www.majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=183

To find the Aida32 info you need to post, run the Aida32 program, and click
the + sign next to Computer
on the left side of your screen then click Summary.

Then Right click the information on the *right* side of your screen and
select Copy. You can then paste the information in Notepad or paste it
directly to this newsgroup.

Aida32 will tell you a lot about what's inside your PC. In addition to
telling us the *Brand and Model Number* of your computer, please post back
the information Aida32 reports for your:

Motherboard

CPU

Chipset

Display PCI/AGP Video

Display GPU

This information will assist us in finding the correct video drivers, and
directing you to the video card manufacturer's website so you can download
and install them.

*** IMPORTANT *** Remember to tell us the *Brand and Model Number* of your
computer which is printed on your PC case or is listed in the manual that
came with your computer.

Joe

"Daniel Rose" wrote in message
...
When I uninstalled Iomega HotBurn software, after a reboot Windows
reinstalled about 20 drivers. The one for the video card or montior is
not correct. I am stuck at 16 colors with a resolution of 640x480.

I tried the steps in Jeff Richrard's reply above, and Windows said I
already had the best driver. I know the file is in my system or on the
Windows 98 SE CD, because the display was working just earlier today.

My monitor is a KDS SVGA 15", and my video card is an S3

Thank you,
Daniel

  #5  
Old June 17th 04, 04:47 PM
Joe727
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Default Display Adapter Problem

The drivers for your S3 Virge PCI 325 video card can be found he

http://ranger.s3graphics.com/swlib/325drv/

W9531201.zip 244k 1999 May 13 Binary- MS Cert.Win 95
v.4.03.00.2111-3.12.01-PR

They are the latest and last drivers available from S3.

Create a folder on your desktop called Video Drivers.

Download the video drivers to it. Right click and extract the files to the
*same folder*, or extract it using one of the free zip utilities from the PC
World Magazine website:

http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/fil...id,6531,00.asp

**If you already have the drivers extracted in a folder you can find, then
start here.**

Since the drivers do not have a self-installer so you will have to follow
these installation instructions for Example 2 or Example 3:

DRIVER INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

Click Start, then Settings, then Control Panel.

Start the "Display" applet program.

Select the "Settings" page, push the "Change Display Type" button.

Push the "Change" button in the "Adapter Type" area.

Push the "Have Disk" button and press "OK".

Specify the path to the new driver and press the ENTER
key:

Example 2: Type in the name of the directory where you copied
the drivers, either on your local hard drive or
on a network share.
(***This will be the Video Drivers folder you created
on your Desktop***)

Example 3: If you're not sure exactly where the drivers are,
choose the "Browse..." button are find them.
(***This will be the Video Drivers folder you created
on your Desktop***)

The "Select Device" dialog box will appear. Select the adapter that
corresponds to the one you installed in your machine and click OK.

Windows 95 (or Windows 98) will copy the display drivers to the proper
directories
on your system.

Continue choosing Close until asked to restart your machine from the
"Systems Settings Change" dialog box.

After the system has restarted, you can go back into the Display
applet and select alternate screen resolutions and color depths.

Make sure you *temporarily* disable your anti-virus program since it can
interfere with the video drivers installation process. Reboot your
computer.

Joe

"Daniel Rose" wrote in message
...
My computer is a Dell Dimension XPS P166s.

Here is the information you requested from Aida:

Display
Video Adapter S3 ViRGE PCI (325)
Video Adapter S3
Video Adapter Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
Video Adapter Super VGA
3D Accelerator S3 ViRGE
Monitor KDS-5251 [NoDB] (0795721757)

snip


  #6  
Old June 18th 04, 02:20 AM
Daniel Rose
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Default Display Adapter Problem

Thank you very much, Joe. In the "Select Device" table there were three
choices. I selected "S3 Inc. ViRGE PCI". The other choices were "S3
Inc. ViRGE/DX/GX/ PCI" and "S3 Inc. ViRGE/VX PCI". The display is
working much better now, in 16-bit color at 800x600 resolution.

There are still a few problems.

When the computer starts up, the Desktop wallpaper shows. Then a box
displays reading:

RUNDLL
Error loading C:\WINDOWS\NEWDOT~1.DLL
The system cannot find the file specified.

Then there is another box reading:

Error
Resource file not founded. Program killed.

Near this point the screen goes dark for about 15 seconds. After that
everything seems OK.

Would there be anything else I can try? When my computer was first set
up under Windows 95, it had drivers for Number Nine. Windows 98 has
drivers for that.

Thanks again,
Daniel

Joe727 wrote:

The drivers for your S3 Virge PCI 325 video card can be found he

http://ranger.s3graphics.com/swlib/325drv/

W9531201.zip 244k 1999 May 13 Binary- MS Cert.Win 95
v.4.03.00.2111-3.12.01-PR

They are the latest and last drivers available from S3.

Create a folder on your desktop called Video Drivers.

Download the video drivers to it. Right click and extract the files to the
*same folder*, or extract it using one of the free zip utilities from the PC
World Magazine website:

http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/fil...id,6531,00.asp

**If you already have the drivers extracted in a folder you can find, then
start here.**

Since the drivers do not have a self-installer so you will have to follow
these installation instructions for Example 2 or Example 3:

DRIVER INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

Click Start, then Settings, then Control Panel.

Start the "Display" applet program.

Select the "Settings" page, push the "Change Display Type" button.

Push the "Change" button in the "Adapter Type" area.

Push the "Have Disk" button and press "OK".

Specify the path to the new driver and press the ENTER
key:

Example 2: Type in the name of the directory where you copied
the drivers, either on your local hard drive or
on a network share.
(***This will be the Video Drivers folder you created
on your Desktop***)

Example 3: If you're not sure exactly where the drivers are,
choose the "Browse..." button are find them.
(***This will be the Video Drivers folder you created
on your Desktop***)

The "Select Device" dialog box will appear. Select the adapter that
corresponds to the one you installed in your machine and click OK.

Windows 95 (or Windows 98) will copy the display drivers to the proper
directories
on your system.

Continue choosing Close until asked to restart your machine from the
"Systems Settings Change" dialog box.

After the system has restarted, you can go back into the Display
applet and select alternate screen resolutions and color depths.

Make sure you *temporarily* disable your anti-virus program since it can
interfere with the video drivers installation process. Reboot your
computer.

Joe

"Daniel Rose" wrote in message
...
My computer is a Dell Dimension XPS P166s.

Here is the information you requested from Aida:

Display
Video Adapter S3 ViRGE PCI (325)
Video Adapter S3
Video Adapter Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
Video Adapter Super VGA
3D Accelerator S3 ViRGE
Monitor KDS-5251 [NoDB] (0795721757)

snip

  #7  
Old June 18th 04, 04:00 AM
Joe727
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Default Display Adapter Problem

Did you have Kazaa installed?

Joe

"Daniel Rose" wrote in message
...
Thank you very much, Joe. In the "Select Device" table there were three
choices. I selected "S3 Inc. ViRGE PCI". The other choices were "S3
Inc. ViRGE/DX/GX/ PCI" and "S3 Inc. ViRGE/VX PCI". The display is
working much better now, in 16-bit color at 800x600 resolution.

There are still a few problems.

When the computer starts up, the Desktop wallpaper shows. Then a box
displays reading:

RUNDLL
Error loading C:\WINDOWS\NEWDOT~1.DLL
The system cannot find the file specified.

Then there is another box reading:

Error
Resource file not founded. Program killed.

Near this point the screen goes dark for about 15 seconds. After that
everything seems OK.

Would there be anything else I can try? When my computer was first set
up under Windows 95, it had drivers for Number Nine. Windows 98 has
drivers for that.

Thanks again,
Daniel

Joe727 wrote:

The drivers for your S3 Virge PCI 325 video card can be found he

http://ranger.s3graphics.com/swlib/325drv/

W9531201.zip 244k 1999 May 13 Binary- MS Cert.Win 95
v.4.03.00.2111-3.12.01-PR

They are the latest and last drivers available from S3.

Create a folder on your desktop called Video Drivers.

Download the video drivers to it. Right click and extract the files to
the
*same folder*, or extract it using one of the free zip utilities from the
PC
World Magazine website:

http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/fil...id,6531,00.asp

**If you already have the drivers extracted in a folder you can find,
then
start here.**

Since the drivers do not have a self-installer so you will have to follow
these installation instructions for Example 2 or Example 3:

DRIVER INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

Click Start, then Settings, then Control Panel.

Start the "Display" applet program.

Select the "Settings" page, push the "Change Display Type" button.

Push the "Change" button in the "Adapter Type" area.

Push the "Have Disk" button and press "OK".

Specify the path to the new driver and press the ENTER
key:

Example 2: Type in the name of the directory where you copied
the drivers, either on your local hard drive or
on a network share.
(***This will be the Video Drivers folder you
created
on your Desktop***)

Example 3: If you're not sure exactly where the drivers are,
choose the "Browse..." button are find them.
(***This will be the Video Drivers folder you
created
on your Desktop***)

The "Select Device" dialog box will appear. Select the adapter that
corresponds to the one you installed in your machine and click OK.

Windows 95 (or Windows 98) will copy the display drivers to the
proper
directories
on your system.

Continue choosing Close until asked to restart your machine from
the
"Systems Settings Change" dialog box.

After the system has restarted, you can go back into the Display
applet and select alternate screen resolutions and color depths.

Make sure you *temporarily* disable your anti-virus program since it can
interfere with the video drivers installation process. Reboot your
computer.

Joe

"Daniel Rose" wrote in message
...
My computer is a Dell Dimension XPS P166s.

Here is the information you requested from Aida:

Display
Video Adapter S3 ViRGE PCI (325)
Video Adapter S3
Video Adapter Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
Video Adapter Super VGA
3D Accelerator S3 ViRGE
Monitor KDS-5251 [NoDB] (0795721757)

snip



  #8  
Old June 18th 04, 09:38 PM
AlmostBob
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Default Display Adapter Problem

the remnants of 'new dot net spyware, the file was removed but links to it not
completely removed from the registry, either of the first 2 links below will
help

--
Adaware http://www.lavasoft.de
spybot http://security.kolla.de
AVG free antivirus http://www.grisoft.com
Panda online AntiVirus scan http://www.pandasoftware.com/ActiveScan/
Catalog of removal tools http://www.pandasoftware.com/download/utilities/
Blocking Unwanted Parasites with a Hosts file
http://mvps.org/winhelp2002/hosts.htm
links provided as a courtesy, read all instructions on the pages before use
Grateful thanks to the authors/webmasters

"Daniel Rose" wrote in message
...
| Thank you very much, Joe. In the "Select Device" table there were three
| choices. I selected "S3 Inc. ViRGE PCI". The other choices were "S3
| Inc. ViRGE/DX/GX/ PCI" and "S3 Inc. ViRGE/VX PCI". The display is
| working much better now, in 16-bit color at 800x600 resolution.
|
| There are still a few problems.
|
| When the computer starts up, the Desktop wallpaper shows. Then a box
| displays reading:
|
| RUNDLL
| Error loading C:\WINDOWS\NEWDOT~1.DLL
| The system cannot find the file specified.
|
| Then there is another box reading:
|
| Error
| Resource file not founded. Program killed.
|
| Near this point the screen goes dark for about 15 seconds. After that
| everything seems OK.
|
| Would there be anything else I can try? When my computer was first set
| up under Windows 95, it had drivers for Number Nine. Windows 98 has
| drivers for that.
|
| Thanks again,
| Daniel
|
| Joe727 wrote:
|
| The drivers for your S3 Virge PCI 325 video card can be found he
|
| http://ranger.s3graphics.com/swlib/325drv/
|
| W9531201.zip 244k 1999 May 13 Binary- MS Cert.Win 95
| v.4.03.00.2111-3.12.01-PR
|
| They are the latest and last drivers available from S3.
|
| Create a folder on your desktop called Video Drivers.
|
| Download the video drivers to it. Right click and extract the files to
the
| *same folder*, or extract it using one of the free zip utilities from the
PC
| World Magazine website:
|
| http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/fil...id,6531,00.asp
|
| **If you already have the drivers extracted in a folder you can find, then
| start here.**
|
| Since the drivers do not have a self-installer so you will have to follow
| these installation instructions for Example 2 or Example 3:
|
| DRIVER INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
|
| Click Start, then Settings, then Control Panel.
|
| Start the "Display" applet program.
|
| Select the "Settings" page, push the "Change Display Type" button.
|
| Push the "Change" button in the "Adapter Type" area.
|
| Push the "Have Disk" button and press "OK".
|
| Specify the path to the new driver and press the ENTER
| key:
|
| Example 2: Type in the name of the directory where you copied
| the drivers, either on your local hard drive or
| on a network share.
| (***This will be the Video Drivers folder you created
| on your Desktop***)
|
| Example 3: If you're not sure exactly where the drivers are,
| choose the "Browse..." button are find them.
| (***This will be the Video Drivers folder you created
| on your Desktop***)
|
| The "Select Device" dialog box will appear. Select the adapter that
| corresponds to the one you installed in your machine and click OK.
|
| Windows 95 (or Windows 98) will copy the display drivers to the
proper
| directories
| on your system.
|
| Continue choosing Close until asked to restart your machine from the
| "Systems Settings Change" dialog box.
|
| After the system has restarted, you can go back into the Display
| applet and select alternate screen resolutions and color depths.
|
| Make sure you *temporarily* disable your anti-virus program since it can
| interfere with the video drivers installation process. Reboot your
| computer.
|
| Joe
|
| "Daniel Rose" wrote in message
| ...
| My computer is a Dell Dimension XPS P166s.
|
| Here is the information you requested from Aida:
|
| Display
| Video Adapter S3 ViRGE PCI (325)
| Video Adapter S3
| Video Adapter Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
| Video Adapter Super VGA
| 3D Accelerator S3 ViRGE
| Monitor KDS-5251 [NoDB] (0795721757)
| snip


  #9  
Old June 18th 04, 02:36 AM
Daniel Rose
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P.S. There is one other problem. The various shades of blue do not
display properly. There are sharp divisions between the various
intensities of blue.

--Daniel

Joe727 wrote:

The drivers for your S3 Virge PCI 325 video card can be found he

http://ranger.s3graphics.com/swlib/325drv/

W9531201.zip 244k 1999 May 13 Binary- MS Cert.Win 95
v.4.03.00.2111-3.12.01-PR

They are the latest and last drivers available from S3.

Create a folder on your desktop called Video Drivers.

Download the video drivers to it. Right click and extract the files to the
*same folder*, or extract it using one of the free zip utilities from the PC
World Magazine website:

http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/fil...id,6531,00.asp

**If you already have the drivers extracted in a folder you can find, then
start here.**

Since the drivers do not have a self-installer so you will have to follow
these installation instructions for Example 2 or Example 3:

DRIVER INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

Click Start, then Settings, then Control Panel.

Start the "Display" applet program.

Select the "Settings" page, push the "Change Display Type" button.

Push the "Change" button in the "Adapter Type" area.

Push the "Have Disk" button and press "OK".

Specify the path to the new driver and press the ENTER
key:

Example 2: Type in the name of the directory where you copied
the drivers, either on your local hard drive or
on a network share.
(***This will be the Video Drivers folder you created
on your Desktop***)

Example 3: If you're not sure exactly where the drivers are,
choose the "Browse..." button are find them.
(***This will be the Video Drivers folder you created
on your Desktop***)

The "Select Device" dialog box will appear. Select the adapter that
corresponds to the one you installed in your machine and click OK.

Windows 95 (or Windows 98) will copy the display drivers to the proper
directories
on your system.

Continue choosing Close until asked to restart your machine from the
"Systems Settings Change" dialog box.

After the system has restarted, you can go back into the Display
applet and select alternate screen resolutions and color depths.

Make sure you *temporarily* disable your anti-virus program since it can
interfere with the video drivers installation process. Reboot your
computer.

Joe

"Daniel Rose" wrote in message
...
My computer is a Dell Dimension XPS P166s.

Here is the information you requested from Aida:

Display
Video Adapter S3 ViRGE PCI (325)
Video Adapter S3
Video Adapter Standard Display Adapter (VGA)
Video Adapter Super VGA
3D Accelerator S3 ViRGE
Monitor KDS-5251 [NoDB] (0795721757)

snip

 




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