Then, once I put the driver update in, the system asks to reboot and everything is fine again with my 2 displays. Shortly after the install XP started downloading and installing updates and then I started having problems with the graphics card driver. See if that helps. Forums New posts Search forums. Squirrely Apr 20, From there install your drivers. So after taking the drivers out and rebooting in VGA mode it went new driver, then old driver, then new driver again and then after the second reboot I was back to square one again.
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In the end I may en88600gt to nuke my XP install and then reintall and block all updates until I figure out the root of the problem. I am afraid it did not work though.
From there install your drivers. Joined Mar 3, Messages 0. I am running Windows XP SP2 and all drivers for both the onboard mainboard components and the graphics card installed properly without error. This is from the Nvidia website. Uninstall your current drivers in device manager then when it asks for a restart keep pushing F8 before windows loads. Then, once I put the driver update in, the system asks to reboot and everything is fine again with my 2 displays.
Forums New posts Search forums. Thread starter marcbkk Start date Apr 20, For the moment just trying to get it all running smoothly on 32bit first. Squirrely Apr 20, Anyone have any ideas on how to fix the problem?
What is odd though is that when you look at the version of the driver after it has booted up with only the standard XP display driver running I can still see the Asus driver installed under device manager and it shows it as being the en8600yt one as well. Basically every time I restart the computer or power it up with a cold boot the display driver reverts back to the original XP default driver which of cource is not able to support the card properly.
I am also running a dual monitor setup with the card. JrRacinFan Served 5k and counting I will give it a bit longer though to see if maybe there are some other things I might try first because reinstalling XP and then disabling updates is not the greatest way to go either.
I am thinking that the root of the problem though is one of the Window’s updates that is making problem, but asis to know which one.
Asus EN8600GT Graphics Driver Problems – Help Please
Shortly after the install XP started downloading and installing updates and then I started having problems with the graphics card driver. Joined Awus 17, Messages 19, 4. Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts. Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community. The problem is that it was basically just the driver and did not contain all the other graphic controller software from the original graphics card CD installation package so i had to put that back in again too in order to get the card to be able to utilize the driver.
See if that helps.
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I wish I also knew what driver or XP update installation set it off in the first place. But as soon as I either restart or shut down and reboot I am back to square one with the same problem again.
I guess you have Windows XP 64 bit. Thanks, I am already running the What is strange though is that to get the display driver to work it needs to be reinstalled then again and the system rebooted until it will work and then again it only works for that single boot and then after any other reboots after that the display driver stops working and needs to be reinstalled again.
I wish I was running 64bit XP. En8600gy am thinking about nuking windows and starting all over again since it did work properly in the beginning, but that is another hours of software installations and might not be needed if there is a solution to all this. The problem though is that installation puts the old driver back in as well.