Hopefully all will be well when you reboot. The sound card is a Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Go! Click Start, type System Information in the Search box. Do you think it is a placebo tweak? However, changing it incorrectly can cause your computer to malfunction too. I need to remove the drivers first if I remember right? Things that make ya go mmmmmm! If you are just moving to a different motherboard slot you don't need to bother. I could've reinstalled Win7 - but that's more than enough for me. Changing such system resources can be done easily.
For accuracy, always look at the reported port address. Move Your Career Forward with certification training in the latest technologies. The A2 was a significant leap from the old style cards. Hardware conflict: The number one reason why windows crashed is hardware conflict. Create a new discussion If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. Dennis It's more than this solution.
The way to check if your computer has a hardware conflict is through the following route. Note that Windows 2000 does not have the ability to rebalance resources as does Microsoft Windows 98. I've tried the sound card in the fourth pci slot, and it assigned the cards different irq numbers. I have admin rights and I have. Then I started noticing strange things like I was unable to change my Network Sharing to Off. I wear a lot of hats - Developer, Database Administrator, Help Desk, etc.
This problem became an issue when all of the Creative Programs disappeared from All Programs, even though all of the Sound Blaster files were present. It helps to know the device types, and check your motherboard manual to see if you can test other slot s. I'm having a similar problem with my laptop. Greetings Tannhäuser There are many many threads out there with people, who are angry about their Creative-products. Creative has told me this could be the reason my sound is popping.
But for some reason the box is not highlighted so you can't. So, I'd be thankful for any advice you can give. Thanks for the help anyway. Can't think of anything that would cause this. Especially when it comes to the combination of e. The device ports available for configuration appear. Otherwise, the system runs well enough.
Thanks nordlead, i did check in my device manager but was not able to specify irq, so that's why! The lack of a working driver doesn't mean there isn't a problem with the drivers. Windows 2000 does not have this ability because of the more complex hardware schemas it is designed to support. In the pasted, you could get into device manager and click on the device, then go to resources tab. If you want you can go to device manager and right click your sound card entry and select uninstall. Get answers and train to solve all your tech problems - anytime, anywhere.
Follow the instructions for rebooting or restarting Windows. I loaded a window's 7 on to one of our systems. Anyway, if you could point me to previous thread which nordlead replied, i will have a butchers and see if anything I can do for you. If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. Some terminal-oriented programs such as ProComm, Windows Terminal, and faxing programs may not appear to have hardware conflicts. Add a second network card and put it where you want it, assigning the resources you like.
Many people have had this issue and not been able to resolve it. Where can I find the drivers to install for the usb controller I can't really do anything until my mouse is working again - I looked for an old ball mouse but couldn't find any around the house. I'm sure with logic like this + your keen aptitude for burning bridges you'll have your problem wrapped up in no time at all. If the two ports are present, please check if the ports are occupied. Honestly, is it any wonder people bad mouth Microsoft.
If you experience problems with installing the modem, try using the drivers from the modem manufacturer instead. Try choosing a different configuratuion in the 'Settings Based On' box. I have concluded I need to do this - Device Manager does not give me the options. In the list of hardware categories, find the device that you want to update, and then double-click the device name. I've already looked into a heating issue, which it is not. Right now the cards are positioned because of where the external connectors are located.
Then power down and move it. Experts Exchange gives me answers from people who do know a lot about one thing, in a easy to use platform. Take your rolling eyes and stuff them. May be time to ditch the Creative dude, Mare of truly epic proportions!!! It is easy to run out of them. Because of this, it is important to be careful when adding new hardware devices like modem cards, network cards, sound cards, emulation cards. I also got from Creative that I should disable all system sounds. If so, move your Audigy card to a different slot.