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Problem with MSI Personal Cinema FX5200

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by Wim The, Oct 22, 2003.

  1. Wim The

    Wim The Guest

    Since I installed new versions of the driver software PersonalCinema_45.33
    and 2.13-VIVO_TV (download from msi), the software stopped working. The
    WinDVR hangs on the splash window and never starts. All other capture
    software and NVDVD hangs on initialization as well.

    Anyone any ideas?
    System: Chaintech 6BTS Pentium IIII

    Powerstrip info:

    Diagnostic report - generated on 20-10-2003

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    PowerStrip build - 410

    Windows build - v.5.1.2600.2.Service Pack 1

    DirectX build - v.5.1.2600.1106 (xpsp1.020828-1920)

    OpenGL renderer - (n/a)

    System board

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    CPU speed - 652 MHz

    Type - Intel i440BX-W977TF-2A69KC39C-00

    BIOS - Award Bios, 07/23/1999

    AGP aperture - 32 MB

    AGP transfer mechanism - DMA

    AGP non-local memory - 124,0 MB

    AGP revision - 1.00

    AGP transfer rates supported - 1x, 2x

    Current AGP transfer rate - 2x

    Sideband addressing - Enabled

    Fast write protocol - (n/a)

    AGP texturing - Enabled

    Graphics card #1

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    Identity - NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200

    Memory clock - 405,00 MHz

    Engine clock - 249,75 MHz

    IRQ - 11, shared

    AGP revision - 3.00

    AGP transfer rates supported - 1x, 2x, 4x

    Current AGP transfer rate - 2x

    Sideband addressing - Enabled

    Display driver - nv4_disp.dll, v.6.14.10.4523

    DirectX driver - nv4_disp.dll, v.6.14.10.4523

    Attached monitor - Default Monitor (Microsoft)

    Monitor caps (1) - 1600x1200, 75kHz, 85Hz

    Device enumeration

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    NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 (032210DEh) - using IRQ11

    Intel CPU-to-PCI/AGP bridge (71908086h)

    Intel PCI-to-PCI/AGP bridge (71918086h)

    Intel PCI-to-ISA bridge (71108086h)

    Intel IDE controller (71118086h)

    Intel Universal serial bus (USB) (71128086h) - using IRQ10

    Intel Power management controller (71138086h)

    Adaptec SCSI controller (80789004h) - using IRQ9

    VIA Universal serial bus (USB) (30381106h) - using IRQ11

    VIA Universal serial bus (USB) (30381106h) - using IRQ5

    VIA Universal serial bus (USB) (31041106h) - using IRQ9

    Realtek Ethernet controller (813910ECh) - using IRQ5

    Creative Labs Audio device (00021102h) - using IRQ9

    Creative Labs Input controller (70021102h)
     
    Wim The, Oct 22, 2003
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  2. Wim The

    B Guest

    Did you install the MSI video drivers or the NVIDIA generic drivers from the
    NVIDIA website?

    regards

    B
     
    B, Oct 22, 2003
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  3. Wim The

    Wim The Guest

    From the msi site. Windows complains about the missing signing on the video
    driver and does not complain about missing signs on the capture drivers.

    thanks for your quick response.
    Wim.
     
    Wim The, Oct 22, 2003
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  4. Wim The

    Wim The Guest

    Okay, everything is working after installing the latest DirectX 9b stuff.
    Some parts of the driver control was probably messed up. TV Picture quality
    is now acceptable as well. Finally.
     
    Wim The, Oct 24, 2003
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