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cmpm

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Brock7,

Uninstall your mouse and restart your computer.
It will auto matically find the right drivers and assign an address.

Also if this doesn't work, do the same with your graphics controller.

Both are accessed via
right click my computer
click properties
click hardware tab
click device manager

graphics card is under display adapters
mouse is under mouse
as you would know of course

Edited by cmpm, 17 August 2008 - 10:48 AM.

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I just looked at the interrupt requests and everything has it's own address so i don't think thats the problem =/.. also i did the mouse thing and it didn't fix nothing :)
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Right click on your 'My Computer' icon and select 'Manage'. This opens the 'Computer Management' window, so on the left you'll single-click 'Device Manager'. In the right-hand pane should now be the name of your machine at the very top, and a bunch of expandable icons below it. You can glance at some of these, but what you want is the one titled 'Display Adapter'; click the plus box next to it and it should drop down showing you the name (sorta) of you video card. Now, here's where things get dicey, cause if you've got a machine with dual video cards, this could get messy!!! :) Let me know what you find out up to this point, okay? Single video card or dual?
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