Video Driver Knowledge Experts - I need help
Ok, I've posted a couple of topics already under "chuck84" but here's my continuing problem. Each time I boot it seems I get a different driver running the video show. I have an STB Velocity 4400 AGP (which I really like). I had STB's drivers first and had problems w/ Half-Life so updated STB's drivers from 1.42 to 1.52. This worked better but still slight problems with HL. So I got Nvida's TNT Detonator Drivers and installed them and everything was great. Now each time I boot I cycle through (it seems) the 3 video controlers. On bootup I get a message saying "Building Driver Information Database" then some copying goes on from windows/cabs to somewhere (it's so fast I can't tell where). Then the actual display is slightly different in terms of color correction, width, heighth, scan rates, etc. Also I have NVida's and STB's tabs under display properties -> advanced. All I want is the TNT drivers - I've tried erasing all video drivers but they keep coming back somehow. I think they're compressed in the cabs folder.
HOW DO I GET ONLY TNT DRIVERS AND NO LOADING OF ADDITIONAL DRIVERS EACH CYCLE OF BOOTUP? HELP APPRECIATED.
uninstall your current drivers, then go into safe mode by hitting the F8 key RIGHT AFTER the bios post..... then goto the safe mode and DELETE ALL VIDEO CONTROLLERS in the system/display properties.....
then restart and reinstall your drivers.....
go into your windows\inf\others folder check to see what display .inf files you have then delete the ones you dont want.goto device manager remove your current display adapter then reboot, it should now install your drivers as per in the inf folder only!
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