Video Card Problem
I was running Windows update today and a driver update for my video card was available, so I downloaded it. I have a Radeon All-In-Wonder 9000 I believe.
Anyhow, my computer didn't like it. I have since tried to re-download all new drivers from ATI's site, and most things are back in order.
However, my screen savers no longer work. When the screen saver would normally turn on , a white box floats around saying "Could not find any compatible Direct3D devices". Also, I can no longer watch TV on my screen (the cable connects directly to the video card) because my "video driver is not working properly" or something to that effect.
Also, whenever I boot, there is "new hardware found" that is located on my video card, but it recognizes it as unknown. I try update the driver, but windows cannot find anything suitable because it doesn't what the hardware is.
Dell XPS 420
Core 2 Quad Processor Q9300 (2.50GHz 1333FSB) with 6MB cache
4GB DDR2 SDRAM at 667MHz
256MB Radeon ATI HD 2600 XT
Western Digital 7200 rpm 500GB SATA HDD w/ 16MB DataBurst Cache
Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Gamer
Dell 2408wfp LCD
6X Blu-ray and 16X DVD+/-RW
Altec-Lansing THX certified 5.1 ADA995 Dolby Digital Speakers
Vista Home Premium