no display adapters in device manager



Somehow in trying to install a new video card, I've lost the display
adapters from the device manager. Hence, I can't install the new
drivers for the video card.

The card information flashes by when I first power up so I'm assuming
its working, I'm just stuck in vga mode


I suspect you can use similar method in uninstalling ghosted NIC:
@@echo off
echo uninstall the ghosted NICs:
echo when the Devmgmt shows up
echo 1. Click View, and then click Show Hidden Devices.
echo 2. Expand the Network Adapters tree.
echo 3. Right-click the dimmed network adapter, and then click Uninstall.
echo .
Echo NOTE: if you encounter the error "Failed to uninstall the device. The
device may be required to boot up the computer", you may try to uninstall
all Network Services virtual adapter, and then try to uninstall the NIC
@@echo on
set devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices=1

good luck

Rich Barry

If you can post here the make and model of your Video Card and
Motherboard that might be of some help.

Rich Barry

Did you perform this and are you using AGP.
Installing the 7600 GS is the same for either AGP or PCI-E. You'll
have to open up your system and insert the card into your graphics slot,
then connect one of the cables from your power supply to the card. PNY
helpfully includes a Y-adapter if you don't have any available cables.

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