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On Mon, 14 Apr 2008 21:29:20 -0700 (PDT),
'[email protected]' <[email protected]> wrote:
App
>I have a HP Media Center Computer with Windows XP and Service Pack
>2. The computer came with Nvidia GeForce 6150 Display Adapter.
>

Was this system still in the factory configuration or had
you changed some drivers, maybe even installed windows
fresh?

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If you had installed nVidia drivers, the full package from
nVidia.com, the download creates a folder on the OS
partition, typically C:nvidia in which it puts the files
prior to executing the setup routine. You might check
there, if they are present then reinstall that.

If that is not present, get the newest driver for the
chipset (motherboard) from nVidia.com. Forget video for a
moment, get the full chipset package as it may have video
driver included. Prior to installing that, since it may be
a different version you would want to go into add/remove
programs and choose to uninstall the nVidia drivers - all of
them, there may be a window where you checkmark what to
remove. When that finishes, you will need reboot the
system. When system reboots, if it detects hardware and
asks for drivers, just cancel that as many times as
necessary.

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When it has finished nagging for drivers, then install the
drivers you'd downloaded from nVidia.com. All of them,
though it's your preference whether to install the IDE
driver - go ahead and try it, you can uninstall later if it
is problematic.


>For some reason, the displays have failed and can show resolutions no
>higher than 800 x 600 pixels and only 4 bit colors.
>
>I have tried to correct this by reinstalling the driver for the
>adapter from Nvidia's website. The installation went through all of
>the paces but never showed 'installation complete', but did give an
>error message :
>
> 'an error (5011 : 0x8002802b has occured while running the
>setup'.
>
>Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to correct the problem.?
>Nvidia does not have a tech support phone # listed.

Unfortunately nVidia would not provide support for this as
they only sell chipsets to the board/system manufacturer or
OEM which is HP.

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nVidia does have a lot of customers and forums with people
owning their products so you may instead find a lot of peer
support, including someone who has resolved your problem.
You might also read their FAQ here:
http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=59116

On Mon, 14 Apr 2008 21:29:20 -0700 (PDT),
'[email protected]' <[email protected]> wrote:
App
>I have a HP Media Center Computer with Windows XP and Service Pack
>2. The computer came with Nvidia GeForce 6150 Display Adapter.
>

Was this system still in the factory configuration or had
you changed some drivers, maybe even installed windows
fresh?

If you had installed nVidia drivers, the full package from
nVidia.com, the download creates a folder on the OS
partition, typically C:nvidia in which it puts the files
prior to executing the setup routine. You might check
there, if they are present then reinstall that.

If that is not present, get the newest driver for the
chipset (motherboard) from nVidia.com. Forget video for a
moment, get the full chipset package as it may have video
driver included. Prior to installing that, since it may be
a different version you would want to go into add/remove
programs and choose to uninstall the nVidia drivers - all of
them, there may be a window where you checkmark what to
remove. When that finishes, you will need reboot the
system. When system reboots, if it detects hardware and
asks for drivers, just cancel that as many times as
necessary.

Download Pacbell Driver Download

When it has finished nagging for drivers, then install the
drivers you'd downloaded from nVidia.com. All of them,
though it's your preference whether to install the IDE
driver - go ahead and try it, you can uninstall later if it
is problematic.


>For some reason, the displays have failed and can show resolutions no
>higher than 800 x 600 pixels and only 4 bit colors.
>
>I have tried to correct this by reinstalling the driver for the
>adapter from Nvidia's website. The installation went through all of
>the paces but never showed 'installation complete', but did give an
>error message :
>
> 'an error (5011 : 0x8002802b has occured while running the
>setup'.
>
>Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to correct the problem.?
>Nvidia does not have a tech support phone # listed.

Unfortunately nVidia would not provide support for this as
they only sell chipsets to the board/system manufacturer or
OEM which is HP.

nVidia does have a lot of customers and forums with people
owning their products so you may instead find a lot of peer
support, including someone who has resolved your problem.
You might also read their FAQ here:
http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=59116