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Old 04-14-2008
 

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Hello..i just changed XP to Vista & im having problems wif my Radeon x550 PCIe Graphic Card.Inside device manager/system devices - PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge, there's an error (!) - "This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. (Code 12)"...I tried changing settings inside BIOS(turning off onboard) but no luck(changing IGD to PCI)...I tried edit the BCD with "bcdedit /set CONFIGACCESSPOLICY DISALLOWMMCONFIG" & no luck, i have also upgrading my BIOS to the latest but still has the same error..I have even reformatted & installing Vista again,but the same error message..im now stuck using onboard graphics....HELP anyone..I would really like to use my graphic card on my pc.... My PC Specs: -ASUS P5RD1-VM Mobo wif Pentium D 3.0Ghz. -Radeon x550 PCIe Graphic Card. -2 Gb Ram. -160 sata HDD.
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Have you checked Asus' website for updated Vista drivers for your Motherboard? Just a possibility, and forgive me if that's something you've already done

(The only reason I'm thinking that might be it is that you seem to have had no problems on XP.)
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yup, i tried that also...i had no problems wif Xp,just plug n play...HELP!
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Hey, I know dwringer asked about updating drivers on asus' site. You said you did that already. What about the ATI drivers on their website? Have you run upgrade advisor to see if it sees any issues with your video card? you can download it from here: Windows Vista: Upgrade Advisor

Hope some of this helped.
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Thanx,i'l try dat n post the results..thanx..
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I just finish running vista upgrade advisor & it says:
"No issues were detected for these devices"

aaaarrrggghhh!!...heeelllppp...!
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I know you went to Asus and updated your motherboard driver, did you go to Radeon to update your video driver?

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If you did this, and your video card is not disabled in device manager. I am unsure where to go from there, sorry.
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yup,did dat as well b4 installing vista...looks like im stuck..thanx nyway..
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