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Asus 7100 Geforce2 MX400 WinXP install problems

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by michaelm, Apr 27, 2002.

  1. michaelm

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    No matter what I try, downloading updated drivers etc, I cannot get my Asus 7100 to install properly under WinXP. When I install the drivers I get a message saying that "Asus OSD PS/2 Keyboard Filter Driver (whatever that is) has not passed Windows Logo Testing" and that continuing to install it could cause problems. No matter if I choose to stop installing or continue to install it makes no difference - my system hangs when I reboot and I have to reboot using my last good system setup.

    I cannot install the card as a standard vga adapter and XP autodetects the card as an Nvidia Geforce2 MX200/400 whenever I uninstall the device, so I don't get the option of choosing my own device drivers. I have an ATI AGP card that I can use to reset my vga card settings in XP if necessary.

    This card is a replacement for my original that went faulty within a week.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. alanrob

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    Sounds like it isn't XP compatible. Have you check on the Microsoft site ?

    What happens if you just use the drivers XP installs by default?
    Does this hang the machine or does it run ok.

    Are you using the latest detonator drivers?
    Try these - http://www.nvidia.com/view.asp?PAGE=drivers

    I know it's the Nvidia site, but all Geforce cards use detonator drivers.
     
  3. michaelm

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    I downloaded the Abit Siluro XP drivers and they actually worked. TV output is now working. I dunno why Asus cannot support it's products a bit better.
     

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