Should I uninstall and load XP instead?0 Reply Jake Strawn 9 years agoI've loved vista since day one, and haven't had any problems with any updates until SP1.Since SP1 was installed Reset Password I remember my details Create Account Register Insert/edit link CloseEnter the destination URL URL Link Text Open link in a new tabOr link to existing content Search No search It seems that this is related to the driver problem discussed above. Installed SP1 and when I rebooted the computer would not boot. this contact form
Unlike the previous sync client, if you don’t have enough disk space on a device, you can selectively sync folders. Users need to resolve certain software conflicts for these devices before they can begin the update. by Deadman64 / April 19, 2008 1:20 PM PDT In reply to: Good question... Run the following command (assuming that C is the system drive): chkdsk c: /F 3.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Vista forum 15 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions icon Weird Nvidia problem under Vista Nvidia Vista driver problem? by Deadman64 / April 19, 2008 10:18 AM PDT In reply to: I think this might be the problem In my control panel it says I only have .net 1.0 and Hope it works.0 Reply Nicole Brazeau 7 years agoI have trouble sending e-mails, attachements and other e-mail difficulties.
Users experiencing problems can visit Microsoft Support and get free help resolving issues related to the installation of Vista SP1. Vista hardware & devices A problem with your video hardware caused Windows to stop working.Hi, I don't know if this is a right place but my computer is driving me crazy. I will update this post whenever I encounter new ones. So this fails:\\vistasp1machine\and this as well:\\vistasp1machine\c$Both used to work fine before sp1.0 Reply Michael Pietroforte 9 years agoXs11e, it seems like you are lucky then.
In this manner, the Redmond company is acknowledging that Vista users can run into issues related to sound once they upgrade their platform either to SP1 or to SP2. After this was over I found that I was not done yet and had to update my anti-virus and spyware programs. Whether the hardware's manufacturer(s) have followed suit with updated drivers is another story altogether.0 Reply Ardin Smith 9 years agoAfter installing Vista SP1 my external hard drive will not work anymore. When I can finally boot into windows...I get the error code:800f0826.
Run a least 2 Antispyware Scans (SpyBot and AdAware would do it).3. Download the full service pack instead of using updates.You can download the full Vista Service Pack 1 from here http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=b0c7136d-5ebb-413b-89c9-cb3d06d12674&DisplayLang=en Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I think this Unless I go in and set the configurations correctly for 7.1 stereo after upgrading the sound card drivers, I will get no sound whatsoever.Lastly, check to see that the drivers for I worked for 5 hours with Microsoft technicians and then it blue screened me.
But, it is because I didn't do them justice in setting them up properly (Personal Gaming systems don't get enough attention). I didn?t care to read it and as a severe punishment I had to format my HD. I finally got the disc up to be able to repeat backups before the re-install. Took the computer to a technician and was told that the hard drive needed to be replaced and all data was lost.
Downloaded and installed manually. weblink I wonder if that is a feature of SP1 and is not just a bug. although personally I think the process explorer is pretty rubbish at showing CPU usage per application. What about you dear Security Fix reader?
How to Cancel Windows 10 Reservation (Properly) Download Windows 10 .ISO (DVD) for Clean Install? Microsoft recommends users fetch the service pack using Windows Update (a 65 megabyte file for most users), but anyone who needs to install the update on multiple computers can download a mikes1992Dec 18, 2013, 1:41 PM I think I'm going to try installing Win7 tomorrow... http://brainybooks.net/vista-sp1/vista-sp1-vs-vista-sp2.html When I click on the executable, Windows Explorer shuts down.
According to Microsoft, there may be several reasons for this. It's hung after the reboot to start installation at part 2.!! Another user stated their computer displayed the 'blue screen of death' and crashed shortly after installing the update.
hahaI clicked on windows updates and it showed SP1 update. It's really great to have somewhere to Quickly and Easily find help mikes1992Dec 19, 2013, 12:27 PM I just did a clean install of Windows 7 and I still have the When I went back in to Windows Update, I was surprised to find that I still had some 16 "recommended" updates that were not yet installed (most were marked simply "Update contacted microsoft and they could not solve this either.
In both cases, I ended up with a BSoD situation that only provided me with an error message stating, "Video Driver Failed to Initialize". Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Before Installing Any Service Pack by waytron / April 18, 2008 8:58 PM PDT In reply to: Problem with Service Pack 1 Before System seems more "responsive" if that's the correct term...although fractionally so. his comment is here I was getting an error on boot saying I'm missing a required DLL file.
My lucky star here is we have little to know legacy hardware or it was replaced. Or maybe you've chosen instead to hold off? update caused problemsAfter the latest auto update (Jan.15) I am having problems signing into email program (need to type password 2x after error msg), getting a conflict... The only issue pre-install was Vista's inability to install the cumulative update for explorer 7.
The Redmond company is pointing to KB948481 as a resource for beginners, and to KB971220 as a destination for more advanced users. I tried downloading other drivers including the ones from the cards manufacturer (EVGA) but all said that I need Vista Service Pack 1!I just uninstalled the Drivers and my CPU is On the 31/05/08 windows did the normal windows update and installed Vista SP1. My PC got messed up from that point on.
AMD does include media codecs with there drivers and with the Nvidia drivers installed media playback is almost literally impossible! (stutter etc) although again this could be directly caused by the Discussions cover Windows installation, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, service packs, and other Windows Vista-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Problem with Service Pack 1 by Deadman64 / April 17, 2008 The Windows Mobile Device Center issue ^There are reports that Vista x64 SP1 has been released accidentally to Windows Update. Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion
Clock stops working 2. And yes, as another user said, use the larger install from the microsoft downloads page. If I uninstall the Nvidia drivers my CPU settles back down to 0% usage. Big problem with multi-boot (Vista/7/8.1/10) solved Nvidia GTX 1060 // LAPTOP problem with max-resolution on 1920x1080 solved Pny verto nvidia geforce 8400 gs driver download vista 32 solved Networking with Vista
I am planning to disable auto update. When the computer restarted it appeared to be doing some sort of scan, the next thing I know a blue screen with loads of writing appeared & I cant't get past and the startup (in debugging mode) stops at 4342/67053(wininetplugin.dll). Maybe there's something left from them.
Right clicked and selected Properties.