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ultimate_zero

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i can't get my video card drivers to work after upgrading to xp. i have a g4ti4400. i've tried new and older drivers to see if it makes a difference. it doesn't. after it successfully detects and installs the card, any restarting makes the computer go to sleep during start up. it seems to be having a problem configuring my monitor. it says it can't install this device my NEC Accusync 95F, it says access is denied? what does that mean? any ideas on how i can fix this sleeping problem? other info i have on it is that it has these conflicts in my adapter properties

Input/Output Range 03B0 - 03BB used by:
SIS Processor to AGP Controller
Input/Output Range 03C0 - 03DF used by:
SIS Processor to AGP Controller
Memory Range 000A0000 - 000BFFFF used by:
SIS Processor to AGP Controller
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Hi,

Have you tried this driver

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:tazz: yeah
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Have you tried starting windows in VGA mode? This will disable the windows video driver and allow you to update it.
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well after installing the newest drivers, it still goes to sleep. i've tried going into vga based on the advice of someone else and changing resolutions and refresh rates. it still goes to sleep when i do that. it goes to sleep as soon as i change the resolution/refresh rate
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