GIGABYTE GA-EP45-UD3R

I installed driver for nividia geforce 9500 gt but pc got black screen and when I do restart for pc the windows freezing
is this issue from the motherboard
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  1. Did it show this behavior before you installed the driver? If not, I would assume it was the graphics card or driver for it. Can you get in and roll back the driver?
  2. thanks for replay
    its working well when status of graphics card is not active





    but I dont know if I need to update the motherboard or not
  3. Boot into safe mode and try uninstalling & reinstalling the video drivers. Also, I don't think it will make a difference, but the F12 bios came out for this board in january. You may want to try it.
  4. hello

    my motherboard dosnt accept graphic card
    and when I do activation for graphic card windows got black screen
    do I need to update any chipsets


  5. Is this a new card?
    have you installed the latest drivers from here:
    http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
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    Motherboard not accept graphic card
  7. Hawkeye22 said:
    Boot into safe mode and try uninstalling & reinstalling the video drivers. Also, I don't think it will make a difference, but the F12 bios came out for this board in january. You may want to try it.


    thanks for replay
    I did this step but still cant login to windows on normal mode
    do you mean I need to update bois
  8. Normally you shouldn't need to update the bios in order to get a video card working. It was just a suggestion. Also, in your bios under "Init Display First", you may want to set this option to PEG.
  9. mhelm1 said:
    Is this a new card?
    have you installed the latest drivers from here:
    http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us


    thanks for replay
    I install the last driver but still windows freezing when login
  10. Hawkeye22 said:
    Normally you shouldn't need to update the bios in order to get a video card working. It was just a suggestion. Also, in your bios under "Init Display First", you may want to set this option to PEG.


    where I can find PEG option!
  11. also I have doubt if this issue becaue chipst not update

  12. Lets first focus on correcting (2) drivers, {right-click} uninstall the the "? PCI Device" {Q - what other PCI device did you install?}, next click the scan for New Devices ; if the correct device driver is available it "should" install.

    Next, lets try to correct the GPU with the incorrect driver installed. Try {right-click} "Update Driver..." - if that fails then Uninstall the "X NVIDA GeForce 9500 GT", {note: the system may request you restart, if so restart}, next click the scan for New Devices. This procedure "should" reinstall the correct driver.

    Q - Did you make any BIOS changes?

    Worst case, restart into Safe Mode and run System Restore, and select a restore point prior to the driver change. Also, it couldn't hurt to re-seat the GPU.

  13. thanks for replay
    I unstalled both driver "PCI device" and "nivdia device"
    and I did reinstall for nivdia with last driver version but still windows freezing when tring login
    I tried to do installing for PCI device but I coudnt and I think this one for sound card.

    I did all above steps but still not working
    I have doubt also about power supply, main is 600 wat I dont know if this issue because I need to increase my power supply or not
  14. Q - Did you install all of the drivers for the post OS install? If not use the link below, select your correct (REV 1.0 or 1.1), click Downloads - tab, Select Type = Driver & Select your correct OS. You'll notice (example 6) Drivers - download all of them and install all of them. Also, if I read correctly, turn-off/disable Windows login for now.

    GA-EP45-UD3R - http://gigabyte.com/search/search.aspx?kw=GA-EP45-UD3R

    Please answer the following from before:
    Q - what other PCI device did you install?

    Q - Did you make any BIOS changes?

    Good Luck!
  15. I did download for all drivers REV 1.0 and installed all of them

    whats mean "turn-off/disable Windows login for now"?
    do you mean do restarting for computer.

    ----------
    Q - what other PCI device did you install?
    I did install all drivers of motherboard's CD
    and I installed also gain the all drivers from the link you give me like

    OS:Windows XP 32bit,
    Realtek PCIe LAN Driver
    Realtek Function driver for Realtek

    for below driver I dont know how to install it

    Microsoft UAA (Universal Audio Architecture) Bus driver (Full Multi-language version )

    Q - Did you make any BIOS changes?

    yes just today I changed bois
    PEG to OCI

  16. I have Win 7 ultimate x64 and in my device manager I have a "Realtek High Definition Audio" device. Are you sure you installed the correct audio driver?
  17. * - if you installed both "Realtek Function driver for Realtek Azalia audio chip (Including Microsoft UAA Driver in English edition)" and "Microsoft UAA (Universal Audio Architecture) Bus driver (Full Multi-language version )"
    1. Uninstall - Microsoft UAA - from Control Panel | Add or Remove Programs *
    2. (as before in Device Manager, uninstall "! PCI Device"
    3. Do not scan for or reinstall driver yet, and close all windows
    4. Reinstall - Realtek Function driver for Realtek (Including Microsoft UAA Driver in English edition) - from http://gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=2921#dl
    5. Restart

    BTW - Ignore the "Login" reference - I assume that you are indeed logged-in as Administrator and a restart takes you to your Desktop without the need of a logon password.

    You can also run DriverAgent - http://www.driveragent.com/gigabytepromo.php
    (note: if you "look at" the print version it should identify which drivers are wrong or missing)

    Then update post.
  18. jaquith said:
    * - if you installed both "Realtek Function driver for Realtek Azalia audio chip (Including Microsoft UAA Driver in English edition)" and "Microsoft UAA (Universal Audio Architecture) Bus driver (Full Multi-language version )"
    1. Uninstall - Microsoft UAA - from Control Panel | Add or Remove Programs *
    2. (as before in Device Manager, uninstall "! PCI Device"
    3. Do not scan for or reinstall driver yet, and close all windows
    4. Reinstall - Realtek Function driver for Realtek (Including Microsoft UAA Driver in English edition) - from http://gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=2921#dl
    5. Restart

    BTW - Ignore the "Login" reference - I assume that you are indeed logged-in as Administrator and a restart takes you to your Desktop without the need of a logon password.
    .


    this step done thanks


    jaquith said:

    You can also run DriverAgent - http://www.driveragent.com/gigabytepromo.php
    (note: if you "look at" the print version it should identify which drivers are wrong or missing)

    Then update post.


    this is the result of driver agent software



    and now I dont now how to fix the VGA
  19. Now you should be able to downlowd the newest drivers for your Nvidia card. Be sure to pick the correct language. ;)

    http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
  20. this maybe a compatibility error

    try downloading forceware driver of your card
  21. Hawkeye22 said:
    Now you should be able to downlowd the newest drivers for your Nvidia card. Be sure to pick the correct language. ;)

    http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us



    thank you for reply
    I did download for this driver but still windows got freezing when starting login
  22. tech_crack said:
    this maybe a compatibility error

    try downloading forceware driver of your card


    thank you for reply
    whats mean of forceware driver :o
  23. dears any one know how to solve this issue
  24. I'm back.

    First download and have ready the CORRECT nVidia drivers.

    Use Driver Sweeper - http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper/

    Try the procedure here - http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Operating-systems-and-software/How-to-remove-nVidia-graphic-drivers-from-Windows-system/m-p/241873

    Question and observation, I typically ONLY see these type of driver problems when either someone "Ghosts/Clones" an OS image for another "different" system or from an OEM scripted install also from another system - sometimes a pirated copy - what's the story here?? I'm not the OS cop but it would explain a lot!
  25. Welcome back jaquith
    Thank you for reply, I did run for driver sweeper and I did also install again for nivdia but nothing change
  26. Manually, force the driver install. Note the Folder location of the nVidia driver that you downloaded in (e.g. C:\nVida)

    Follow this procedure - http://www.addictivetips.com/windows-tips/how-to-install-hardware-or-device-drivers-manually-in-windows-vista/

    footnote: Be 100% certain you downloaded the correct software and please verify the OS (e.g. Windows XP 32-bit, etc) and your GPU model (e.g. nVidia XXXX).

    Good Luck!
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