Re: ATI Video Crossfire Device Error (Code 12)
Frank, The Asus A8R32-MVP Deluxe
"Frank Lauter" wrote:
> What Asus Mainbord is this?
> "Barbie" <Barbie@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> > Further happy info. ASUS support came back and suggested putting the
> > latest
> > BIOS in (even tho it didnt contain fixes for the problem). This wasn't
> > easy
> > as nothing would autorun and had to get programmes running / file pointing
> > manually with everything downloaded locally (recommended update from
> > internet
> > wouldn't work).
> > Once the update was complete (which removed MDU-141 whatever that is) both
> > videocards worked as normal. Then applied ATI's own drivers to use
> > crossfire
> > - and voila! as they say in Germany. Whole system still has occasional
> > BSODs
> > on video mode transitions (but not more than one every couple of hours -
> > but
> > I assume this is the joy of having a new shiny OS!).
> > "Barbie" wrote:
> >> Hi Have had ATI Crossfire running on two x1950x cards without problem on
> >> XP.
> >> Updated to Home Premium and almost installed Vista compatible drivers on
> >> the
> >> two graphics cards. The Crossfire Edition card appeared to work but the
> >> standard X1950X failed to install as the device had a "This device cannot
> >> find enough free resources that it can use. (Code 12)" error. Some of the
> >> websites state that you should look for conflicts - but the card under
> >> Resources in Properties says no resources allocated due to lack of
> >> resources. Other webistes suggest changing the UMA Buffer size - that
> >> doesnt
> >> appear in the AMI Bios I have on my ASUS motherboard. Can anyone help
> >> please?
> >> Thanks