RE: What could be wrong?
There seems to be a rash of Code 12 problems with one of the latest Vista
updates. Don't know which but you might want to subscribe to:
> I have tried everything to get this to work!!! Windows Vista 32bit RC1 works
> fine and installed. My monitor is connected to my PCI-E nvidia 7900gt and
> windows vista shows up fine. Then I noticed I didn't have aero glass- just
> basic Aero. So I investgated and looked into my display properties- There
> was no video card- everything was blank. I clicked properties and it
> said"vgaSave". I went into Device Manager to see what was wrong- Displays
> was not a catagory but under system devices, there were four items that said
> "nForce4 PCI-Express Root Port", each with a yellow ! next to it. I
> investigated and it said that it required more resources (code 12).
> After this I tried everything. BIOS(including enableing ACPI), nvidia
> drivers(none which worked) and endless restarts trying to figure this out. I
> found nothing. Is it a video card problem or a mobo problem? How can I fix
> it? I would love any help. Thanks.
> System specs:
> Processor: AMD Athlon 3400+ 2.4GHz
> 1gb Ram
> 160Gb Hard drive
> Motherboard: nForce4Sli (EPoX 8NPASLi)
> Video Card: Evga eForce 7900 (it even says Vista Ready on the box)
> I did the Vista upgrade check and everything was good.
> Thanks for all and any help!