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I uninstalled with the Delete options but I still have 2 graphics card drivers on Safe Mode. :rolleyes:
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Right click on the graphics adapter and select Properties then click on the Details tab. Click to open the Property drop down menu and scroll down until you see Driver Name Strong Name. If you select that you should get a line of text under Value. Right click on the text and select Copy then Paste it in a reply. Repeat for the second one. Are they both the same?

It should refer to a .inf file at the beginning of the line. (On mine it says oem39.inf). Go to C:\windows\inf\ and see if you can find the .inf file. Attach it to your next replay.
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On Safe Mode with Networking :
(Internet doesn't work, I only have a limited connection, I don't know the reasons ?? Something is bizarre: Task scheduler still not fixed and now, SF with Networking: Internet connection troubles)

Your request:

oem9.inf:Intel.Mfg:i945GM0:7.14.10.1437:pci\ven_8086&dev_27a2
oem9.inf:Intel.Mfg:i945GM1:7.14.10.1437:pci\ven_8086&dev_27a6


I couldn't attach the requested file here : "Error You aren't permitted to upload this kind of file"

Could I paste here ?

Edited by ramaflore, 27 September 2012 - 05:13 AM.

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change the extension from .inf to .txt then it will attach.
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Thanks.

Here you are the inf file

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Any news ?
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False alarm. I have an XP notebook which also has a 945 intel display adapter and it also has two entries so that's normal for the intel 945.

Did you ever get some more memory?
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I bought 2 extra stick memory : 1GB DDR2 RAM PC2-5300 333MHz Kingston but I noticed that my laptop was slower with the new memory.

What the main difference between 1GB DDR2 RAM PC2-5300 333MHz and 1GB DDR2 RAM PC2-5300 667MHz according to your experience ?

The Bsod reported the other post (with the help of Rshaffer) has not been fixed with the two 2Gb extra Ram. My link


Other question: How can I fix the Task Scheduler error ? My link

Edited by ramaflore, 04 October 2012 - 12:46 PM.

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667 is twice as fast as 333 so I'm not surprised that it appears a bit slower.

Your task scheduler is working but what it is complaining about is that you have some bad files probably located in:


C:\Users\Flore\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\DRM\

Perhaps you downloaded a video that had been "fixed" to override the DRM.

I don't know why you have it running. You can disable it:

Right click on Computer and select Manage then Task Scheduler. Then click on the arrow in front of Task Scheduler Library then on the arrow in front Microsoft then on the arrow in front of Windows. Find the Active Directory Rights Management Services (Client) and click on it. Then right click on each entry in the right pane (there are two in mine) and select Disable.
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I will buy 2 X1Gb 667 Mhz and hope that my BSOD will be fixed.

About Task Scheduler, I don't have any entry next to 'Active Directory Rights Management Services', but I have the error with AD.RMS.

The others errors opening the Task Scheduler are with

DiskDiagnostic Resolver
DiskDiagnostic Data Recolector
TMM
LPRemove
NAP Status UI
Convert Log Entries
SR
WSHReset
MP Scheduled Scan
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DiskDiagnostic Resolver Can be disabled
DiskDiagnostic Data Recolector Can be Disabled

MP Scheduled Scan is from Windows Defender. Is it working?

SR is System Restore. Is System Restore working? Can you create a new Restore Point?

Not sure what the rest of these are supposed to do.


TMM
LPRemove
NAP Status UI
Convert Log Entries


Appear to come either from being a laptop or from having a non-English pc. They are not on mine but are listed here:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/939039

WSHReset launches this command:

"%systemroot%\system32\netsh.exe interface tcp set heuristic wsh=default"

Do you get an error?

The commands that the other task execute are shown on this page so you can look them up and try them the same way.

http://gladiator-ant...hp/t104846.html
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DiskDiagnostic Resolver and DiskDiagnostic Data Recolector, no entries: I have a blank page on the right panel (the same with Active Directory Rights Management Services.

About MP Scheduled Scan and SR, I will check on tomorrow.

Concerning TMM,LPRemove, NAP Status UI,Convert Log Entries, I read the article but I don't know what to do. This article is beyond my skills.

WSHReset command, I will try it on tomorrow. Hope this can't damaged anything.
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