Nforce 430, onboard sound card and video card issues

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by emir50, Jun 10, 2006.

  1. emir50

    emir50 Guest

    Hi there,
    I've installed Vista beta 2 on my pc. I'm using a nForce4 (430) based
    motherboard. Everything is working fine expect my sound card and my
    Gforce7600GT. Actually i'm experiencing some probems with their drivers.
    I went to nvidia website and notice that there are no nForce4 430 drivers
    build for Vista. well, it doesn't matter since Vista installed them.

    My sound card is a Realtek ALC880D. Windows detect it and it's should be
    working however I can't hear any sound. I've tried to install the beta
    drivers brought by Realtek but it changes nothing. I tried the old driver too
    but useless.
    Has anybody any solution for that problem?

    As you propably know, nForce 4 430 includes an onboard GPU (6150). I suspect
    it to be responsible for my 7600gt not working. I installed the beta2 drivers
    brought by nvidia (88.61). The card is detected by windows but there's an
    error code number 12 :

    This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. (Code 12)

    If you want to use this device, you will need to disable one of the other
    devices on this system.

    In fact, I can't adjust any video setting, the card doesn't appear in the
    display properties. This is very boring, 'cuz I can't get the aero interface.
    Any idea about that one?

    thanks for help!
     
    emir50, Jun 10, 2006
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    Willsa Guest

    Hi

    Not a fix but a similar issue.

    Have managed to get the realtek sound working, but I have issues with the
    video card.

    939 Nforce 4 mainboard with a PCI express Ati X800.

    Problem is with the Nforce drivers?

    Get the same message in the the device manager properties for the Nforce4
    PCI expess root port.

    This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. (Code 12)

    If you want to use this device, you will need to disable one of the other
    devices on this system.

    Also would love to get this fixed so I can have a look at aero.

    Any help would be great

    Will
     
    Willsa, Jun 12, 2006
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    PTaylor Guest

    Same problem with NVidia Quadro FX 540 on an HP xw4300 workstation (standard
    hardware) after an upgrade from XP pro. Two memory ranges are conflicting
    with the Intel 955X PCI Express Root Port 2775. Have tried disabling other
    hardware to free resources and getting Vista to redetect the card. Tried
    wiping and reinstalling from scratch. Have tried different NVidia and Intel
    drivers. Tried flashing to latest firmware/bios for the system and nvidia.
    Have tried changing to standard vga driver.
     
    PTaylor, Jun 12, 2006
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    Norm Ryan Guest

    Same issue...different video card.

    I am using nvidia geforce 7600 gs. Get same error 12 not enough resources. I
    guess we can all wait together for a response.
     
    Norm Ryan, Jun 14, 2006
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    Infinity813 Guest

    Infinity813, Jun 19, 2006
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    Bob354 Guest

    I'm getting the same problem with the "nForce4 PCI-Express Root Port". Keeps
    saying there are no resources available and such. I have an ASUS A8N-E +
    GeForce 6600 GT PCI-E. This error is keeping Vista from detecting my video
    card properly. I someone, anyone, knows of a hack/solution for this problem,
    please reply.
     
    Bob354, Jun 22, 2006
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    Bob354 Guest

    I think I have solved this.

    On my motherboard (Nforce 4 Ultra), in my BIOS, under the Power->ACPI
    settings, the APIC support setting was set to disabled. Upon setting it to
    enabled, and unfortunately doing a re-install (didn't work until I did that,
    but your mileage may vary) everything worked perfectly. Apparently Vista
    requires APIC to be enabled. Why it was set to disabled, is beyond me (I may
    have done this, or it may have been set to this by default).

    I hope this helps.
     
    Bob354, Sep 8, 2006
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