Graphics driver for Intel 865


J

JStratmann

hello,
I need a graphics driver for an Intel 865GV Chipset (Rocky 4786 CPU Board).
I tried the one on XPEFiles.com but this component is very large for my
minlogon image. Instead I tried the Intel embedded driver from the IEGD_5_0
package from Intel. It contains also a .sld file, but the driver complains
about a missing ssigd.cat file. Then I commented it out from the .inf file
and disabled this file in TD. But the FBA still complains. Has anyone used
this embedded driver successfully?

The output from the setupact.log :
desk.cpl: Returning 0xe000020e for function 0x17 and device
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2572&SUBSYS_25728086&REV_02\3&13C0B0C5&0&10
desk.cpl: Returning 0xe000020e for function 0x18 and device
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2572&SUBSYS_25728086&REV_02\3&13C0B0C5&0&10
desk.cpl: Returning 0xe000020e for function 0x15
desk.cpl: Returning 0xe000020e for function 0x22
desk.cpl: Returning 0xe000020e for function 0x20
desk.cpl: Disabled 0 legacy devices in 1 tries
desk.cpl: DeskInstallService: SetupDiInstallDevice failed with error
0xe0000217.
desk.cpl: Returning 0xe0000217 for function 0x2 and device
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2572&SUBSYS_25728086&REV_02\3&13C0B0C5&0&10
Input Install: Quiet install requested.
Input Install: Quiet install requested.
desk.cpl: Returning 0xe000020e for function 0xc
desk.cpl: Returning 0xe000020e for function 0x6
desk.cpl: Returning 0xe000020e for function 0xc
 
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J

JoP

If the graphics drivers are installed on your current system :
1. Run Regedit
2. GoTo HKLM/System/CurrentControlSet001/
3. Right Clik on the key and select Find...
4. Enter 'Intel 865' (or anything else to find the Intel 865V Chipst on
your registry)
5. The Find will bring you to a corresponding "DriverDesc Value"
6. Check for the "InfPath Value" in the same key. Note the .inf file
7. Locate the .inf file from windows/inf folder
8. Import the .inf in Component Designer to componentize by yourself
your driver!

I've componentized these one, but not tested yet :
Intel(R) 82865G/PE/P/GV/82848P Processor to AGP Controller - 2571
Intel(R) 82865G/PE/P/GV/82848P Processor to I/O Controller - 2570
Intel(R) 82865G/PE/P/GV/82848P Processor to I/O Memory Interface - 2576
Intel(R) 82865G/PE/P/GV/82848P Processor to PCI to CSA bridge - 2573

If you want information about the components let me know.

Jonathan Proulx
 
J

Johannes Stratmann

thanks for your reply Jon,

now I used the component from xpefiles.com and disabled the help files,
resources and some tools from the component in TD. I had to include also
newdev.dll and to comment out the missing files in the .inf file of the
component. This works, but it will try out also your recommendation.
The confusion came with the i865 chipset. In some docs from Intel I find it
as 'embedded', but in the embedded line it is not included. This chipset
includes some more powerful graphics and so the desktop drivers may be the
better choice. But the embedded drivers, which have been updated by Intel a
few days ago to version 5.1, may offer enough power for our system. I don't
need really 3-D or OpenGL graphics (now), but I have a command line app and
scrolling is very slow and consumes much cpu if only standard vga drivers
are active.
So, hopefully Intel will fix the .sld file that is included in the
IEGD_5_1_for_windows package that it is easier to use in XPe. For example,
the network drivers from Intel are very easy to use.

with kind regards,
J. Stratmann
 
G

Guest

Officially IEGD_5_1 does not support 865, it supports 845 and 855.
So this driver would not work for you.
However, you can contact Intel's tech support through your company to
request for a new feature in this driver. The IEGD is funded by a different
group from the consumer driver developers (ie extreme driver). It caters for
small embedded markets.
 
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