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In late May, I arrived in Redmond to work as an intern on the Channel9 team. I had the freedom to choose what I was going to work on, so I decided to challenge myself and work outside my comfort zone, utilizing less C# and managed code and more C++ and DirectX. To do so, I decided to highlight the capabilities of Windows 8—that’s how FallFury was born.
FallFury is a 2D platformer in which the player controls a falling bear, trying to avoid obstacles, dodge missiles, and destroy monsters as the bear falls. The project incorporates several of the new Windows 8 APIs, including the accelerometer and touch as well as integrations with core OS capabilities such as settings and share charms. Additionally, the project leverages the most exacting addition to the Visual Studio development environment—hybrid application development with XAML, C++, and DirectX.
Check out the video for this article at http://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Fall...1-Introduction
Design & Idea

From the outset, Rick Barraza and I decided that since our target audience was composed of both kids and adults, the main character had to be familiar to both groups. Teddy bears turned out to be the best choice. Rick spent a day creating tens of potential bear drawings—out of which I had to choose one:

As the bear’s fall progresses, the character encounters a variety of obstacles dependent on the level type and complexity. Those obstacles should of course be avoided, so as the user tilts the device, the character in the game moves in the associated direction.
The design of the project took a week, and during this time the following items were determined and conceptualized. Considerations for both tablet and desktop environments directed our decisions:
· The main character layout.
· The way the game progresses as the character falls down.
· How the user interacts with the game in a wide variety of possible scenarios.
· What the game screens look like.
· What the menu system interaction looks like.
· How the game looks in different screen modes and on different device types.
· Some of the bonuses that the main character can pick up during free fall.
· What happens when the user progresses through the game and iterates through levels.
· What is shared and how this is accomplished.
As the game ideas were outlined, Arturo Toledo, the designer behind ux.artu.tv, was brought on to create the game assets. Then the core design decisions were made and we jumped into the development process.
Beginning the development

You will need to download and install Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Express for Windows 8 in order to be able to follow the steps that I am describing in this series. The development has to be done on Windows 8, because the end result is a Windows Store application that relies on Windows 8 APIs. Though specific hardware is not required, both ARM and x86 devices will work well, so whether you have a Microsoft Surface RT or Samsung Series 7 slate, you will be able to test the code when you have the opportunity.
To get started, open Visual Studio 2012 and select the C++ project types. You will notice that there are several options you can choose from. You want to create a Windows Store application, so choose the appropriate category. Windows Store applications run in a sandbox, outside the boundaries of the standard .NET runtime.
Next, select the Direct2D (XAML) app type from the project list. This is a new application type introduced in Visual Studio 2012 that allows developers to combine native DirectX graphics with XAML overlays. Do not be confused by the fact that there is a Direct2D in the name—you can still invoke DirectX capabilities supported in the WinRT sandbox:

At this point you might be wondering, why choose a hybrid application instead of a fully-native project? The reason behind this decision is that is allows the developer to focus more on fine-tuning the gameplay instead of creating the UI core in pure DirectX. Because XAML is a part of the game, we can create dynamic UI layouts for the HUD, settings charm and menus without touching the graphical backbone. It is possible to do the same directly through DirectX and was a perfect approach for FallFury, considering the time constraints and the fact that I needed minimal UI overlays. Most of the graphics were already processed through the DirectX pipeline, so I did not have to invest significant resources and time into designing low-level structures for the interactivity layer.
FallFury uses XAML for the following:

Menus – depending on the screen, the user is able to trigger a number of actions. For example, when the game starts, the user might select the New Game option or decide to take a look at the About screen. In Paused mode, the menu is used to resume the game, adjust settings, or possibly skip a level.Game HUD (score indicator, pick-up indicator, health indicator) – during the gameplay, the user is interested in keeping track of where the character is and what is the state of it. The game HUD is shown in active game mode.Settings charm extensions – the way the Settings charm works, the OS provides the core harness to hook to the Settings popup. Once shown, it is up to the developer to provide a multitude of options that customize the application behavior; any additional popups shown on selection should be designed individually in XAML.User notification – when something happens that can potentially affect the gameplay, the user should be alerted. The core framework provides the capabilities to use a MessageDialog, but in some cases it might not be enough. For example, if new levels are available for download, the user might want to check those out in a custom popup including full previews rather than just text.
When you create the project, a default infrastructure that prints text on the screen—both through Direct2D and XAML—is available. Direct2D is a subset of DirectX APIs and facilitates hardware-accelerated 2D graphics processing. It is used to create basic geometry elements and text. Since I am here working mostly with XAML, I am not going to cover Direct2D in-depth in this article:

I will go into more details regarding the XAML and DirectX interaction model later in the series, but for now, take a look at which parts of the project you have available. First and foremost, you probably notice the combination of both C++ source and header files and DirectXPage.xaml. Starting with Visual Studio 2012, you are now able to create XAML applications in C++. So even if you are an experienced C++ developer who never worked with the Extensible Application Markup Language, you can create the product core in your familiar environment and either import existing XAML structures or delegate the XAML writing to a designer.
If you open the XAML page, you will notice one significant change that you haven’t experienced in standard XAML applications, such as WPF or Silverlight for Windows Phone:

A SwapChainBackgroundPanel is a component that lets the developer overlay XAML on top of the core DirectX-based experience. Look, for example, at the FallFury main menu as the game runs in landscape mode:

The menu buttons, the label and the side curtains are designed and rendered entirely in XAML. The clouds in the background, as well as the teddy bear, are rendered directly through the DirectX stack. The end-user does not notice any difference in the way these elements interact or are displayed. From a development perspective, however, there are several conditions that must be met.
There can only be one instance of SwapChainBackgroundPanel per app. Therefore, you can have only one overlaid XAML controls set. This does not mean that you can’t have multiple controls, but it implies that to do so you have to implement a control management flow that handles content adaptation. For example, if I invoke the pause state in the game, I don’t show the HUD but rather the screen-specific controls that let me resume or abandon the game and the PAUSE label. This switch needs to be handled on both the DirectX and XAML because a state change affects what is shown on the screen and what behaviors are tracked. As you will see through this series, this is not too hard to implement with a helper class that will store the global game state, that can be accessed from anywhere in the game.
When using SwapChainBackgroundPanel, remember that XAML is in all cases overlaid on top of the DirectX renders. So, no matter what controls you are using, those will always be placed on top of what DirectX shows to the user. For more details about how DirectX and XAML interoperate, check out this MSDN article.
Assets for the game

As with any other game, there is not only code involved in production—there are also sound and graphical assets that create a unique experience for the user. FallFury includes a wide variety of graphical assets designed by Toledo Design as well as audio created by David Walliman.
It is important that all graphical resource requirements are established at the very beginning of development. As I mentioned in the Design section of this article, I had to put together a list of all the game screens, power-ups, obstacles, backgrounds, character states and possible particles that were generated from a texture. That way, when the designer started creating the assets, all components blended together well and their styles were compatible with the vision of the game.
While working on the assets, Arturo Toledo created multiple variations of the same set up that showed how assets integrate in different game conditions:

As you follow this series, you will not have to create your own game assets—we at Coding4Fun decided to provide all graphical and audio assets, which you can download here. We not only provided you with the final PNG and DDS files, but also with the raw assets that can be used in Microsoft Expression Design and Adobe Illustrator. Let’s take a look at what is in the package.
You will notice that the project Assets folder is split in several subfolders. All these assets are used mostly in the XAML layer or in game conditions where texture/sound processing is not necessary. There is also an additional asset folder I will discuss later.

Backgrounds –the level backgrounds, such as the blue, purple or red sky, as well as the overlays, such as clouds that move simultaneously with the backgrounds. Each background/overlay combination is assigned to a specific level type.Bear – some of the bear elements that are displayed at different times in the game, such as when the game is over or when the player wins the entire level set.HUD – basic elements that are displayed during the game.Icons – the application icons, in a variety of sizes, required for a Windows Store application.Medals – winning players are awarded a medal. It can be golden, silver, or bronze.Misc – you get some branding elements as well as some graphics that are used in combination with other game items, such as particles.Monsters – monsters are used in the “How To” part of the game.Music – the long tracks used in different levels and screens.Sounds – short sound clips used when different game behaviors in the game are triggered. For example, when the bear gets hit, he lets out a brief cry.
All graphical assets mentioned here are PNG resources. The way I structured the game, some elements are larger than the others and I needed to take some measures to cut down on the package size. PNGs are fairly well-sized without much quality loss compared to raw images. At the beginning of the development process, all graphics were stored in DDS files.
DirectDraw Surface, or DDS, is a file format developed by Microsoft that helps developers optimize some of the graphics by avoiding re-compression performance loss. One of the benefits of using DDS files is the fact that whenever they are processed by the GPU, the amount of memory taken by them is the same as the file size of the DDS file itself. Usually, for 2D games the compression-based performance loss is not necessarily noticeable. For PNG files used on the DirectX stack, resources are allocated to decompress the texture. Not so for DDS files.
Depending on the case, DDS files can be generated on the fly. FallFury preserves relatively small textures in DDS format and larger ones, such as backgrounds, in PNG. It’s the best of both worlds. DDS files can be generated by a tool bundled with the DirectX SDK called dxtex (usually located in C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft DirectX SDK (June 2010)Utilitiesbinx64):

There is also texconv that allows you to create DDS components from the command line, but we’ll explore that later in the series.
All DDS assets are located in the DDS folder in the solution. All that’s there are assets related to levels, such as obstacles, and assets related to character behavior, such as bear states and used weapons and powerups.
Unlike graphic assets that can be mocked from the very start, audio assets are a bit harder to come up with, mainly because at that point you need to be sure what the game will be like at the end. Music and effects should go together with the overall game feel. There are two types of audio components in FallFury—the music and the action-based sound effects. Music is played constantly, whether in the game or on a game screen such as the main menu, unless disabled by the user.
The way the audio engine works in FallFury, files are handled differently depending on where in the game they are used. All music is stored in MP3 files and the short sound effects are stored in uncompressed WAV files.
As a part of the new project that you are creating, replicate the folder structure for the Assets and DDS folders and add them to the solution. The way C++ project references work, you might want to switch to the “Show All Files” mode in the Solution Explorer:

Then, simply copy the folders to the solution folder itself. That way you will have all these resources as a part of the project itself and not just links to external files.
Source Control

It’s a really good idea to use source control. There are multiple options available at no cost, such as CodePlex, Assembla, and Team Foundation Service. You need source control for multiple reasons. The most important reason of them all, however, is that code will break. There were multiple situations where I changed parts of the project and all of a sudden some components stopped working. With the project hooked to a source control system, all I needed was to do a quick rollback to the previous check-in and I was good to go.
A good practice I learned from Clint Rutkas is performing atomic check-ins. When something goes wrong, it is much easier to go back to the check-in where only 20 or 30 code lines were modified from what is currently in the stack, compared to going back to the solution where you will be missing two or more entire source files.
Modular Design & Prototyping

As you are following this project creation from scratch, notice how the entire code base is modular and interchangeable. If I decide to create a new game screen, I can do so easily by inheriting from an existing base class that provides the basic harness. If I want to replace a character model, I can do so by modifying a single class without breaking the entire interaction model.
Prototyping is also a big part of FallFury and it is key that no time is wasted working on features that will have to be entirely replaced or re-written. A good example to this scenario happened just as I started writing the project code. I noticed that the Settings charm required some XAML work for secondary popups that extended from the OS-invoked layer. As I was working on a pure DirectX application, I had to create the XAML in code-behind and that was one of the experiences that could’ve been avoided in a hybrid application. During the prototyping stage it is easy to spot potential integration problems and later change parts of the project to work better together. It is much more complicated to replace project components when the core is wired-in than when you have small parts that independently show how a part of the game works.
Hardware

As you are about to start writing large amounts of code, you are probably wondering whether actual hardware is needed to test the application. The way FallFury was designed, you will be able to run it on any Windows 8 compatible machine, whether a desktop computer or a tablet. If the game is being run on the desktop, I assume that you probably do not have access to an accelerometer or a touch display. If you are running the game on the tablet, you probably do not have a physical keyboard constantly attached to it. These facts ultimately affect how you experience the game itself. From a development perspective, it is important to have multiple types of target hardware available, because the game might behave differently depending on the device configuration. But it is not required to follow this article series. As long as you have a Windows 8 machine, you are good to go.
Conclusion

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System Specs:
GA-MA-790X-UD4P
AMD 7850 Black EditionX2 @2.8 (stock fan)
Power Supply Antec EW 750
Case Antec 900 II
XFX HD4850 (ATI)
2X2GB Super Talent and 2x1GB Super Talent Mem. moduals (6400)
Total mem 6GB
LG HL-DT-ST DVD/CD Burnner
Alpine 3 1/2 Floppy
Hitachi HDP725025GLA380 250Gb, 2 partitions, SATA
Western digital WD2500AAJS-00B4A0 250Gb 2 partitions, SATA
(each HD is partitioned in half)
Network adapters Realtec PCIE GBE AND 1394 NET ADAPTER 2ea. (on mobo)
Ati High Definition Audio on Graphics card
Creative SB Audigy 2

All drivers are up to date:
Bios for mobo: F9 (newest bios)

OS Windows XP Pro on my WD drive, Windows XP 64 pro on my Hitachi drive.
Both are full versions.
Win7 ultimate is a full version

Problem:
Im going to try and make this short! :-)

First I searched the site for some answers and found nothing that really came close to my problem.
So if I missed something, then I'm sorry for the dup..
 
I got Win 7 Ultamate for Xmas, So I install the the 64bit verson on to may Hitachi 2nd partition.
Everything seamed to go without any problems, in fact it was much faster then installing any
other OS I've installed. So I check the device manager (habit) no drivers were installed for my
sound card. I found this funny as every other OS has aways asked for a disk or something.
So I quit out reboot the system. At the boot menu it ask if I wanted to boot Win7 or older Windows.

So I choose Win7, at this point a message came up and said device driver missing, put in system disk
and boot from it. Instead of looking for a driver it started the hole installation process again, telling me that it needed to move my installed window into another folder. Then countiue on with the installation. At this point I dissided to reboot into Win XP64 format the partition and start the hole thing over. Booted in XP64 started to formatthe partition. Well the process got to the point of writting the disk name and checksum. when it stop and reported itcouldn't format the partiton. Great!
At this point I boot up the systems disk (Win7) and tryed to format the partiton before installation. It reported the same thing.

Im looking for someone who has ran into or heard of this problem. My next step is to repartition the drive and see if I can recover it. Or is there a freeware software that might be able to recover it. And please, lets not talk about partition magic.

Let me note that the Hitachi drive is only 3 month old and prior to this, its not given me any problems. My hole computer is less then 5 months old with the exception of my Sound Card and 3 1/2 drive.




Clear DayMy system recently has the sound problem. No more sound 0r voice
anymore.
I tried to plug off Creative sound card, and use the on board build in sound
also cannot.
Last time both can use. Today I found something: 20:51 2004-08-30

1. I went to Control Panel, click Sound and Audio Devices.
2. At Volume, it shows No Audio Device.
At Audio, three Sound playback, Sound recording and MIDI music playback
all show No Playback (Recording, MIDI Playback) Devices.
3. At Voice, also the Default devices of Voice device and Voice recording
show
No Playback (Recording) Devices.
4. When come to Hardware, I can see the on board build-in sound device VIA
AC97
Audio Controller (WDM) is there.
5. When I click Properties, from General shows sound device name, location
bus 0,
device 7, function 5. The Device status is: This device is working
properly.
from Properties I can see Audio Device, MIDI Devices and Instruments
and Mixer Devices.
But when I read Properties, I found something. All three the Status
reads:
"Driver is enabled but has no been started", so the " Settings" is not
function.
6. The last Hardware. I tried to use Roll Back Driver, then come to
:hardware Installation.
But it says " VIA AC97 Audio Controller (WDM) has not passed Windows
Logo testing
to verify its compatibility with Windows XP. What it mean? All along
was OK with XP, and now can not!

I did reinstall Creative driver failed, so I tried to use onboard sound
facilities.

Any high hand can help? Thanks

Frankie




Clear DayMy system recently has the sound problem. No more sound 0r voice
anymore.
I tried to plug off Creative sound card, and use the on board build in sound
also cannot.
Last time both can use. Today I found something: 20:51 2004-08-30

1. I went to Control Panel, click Sound and Audio Devices.
2. At Volume, it shows No Audio Device.
At Audio, three Sound playback, Sound recording and MIDI music playback
all show No Playback (Recording, MIDI Playback) Devices.
3. At Voice, also the Default devices of Voice device and Voice recording
show
No Playback (Recording) Devices.
4. When come to Hardware, I can see the on board build-in sound device VIA
AC97
Audio Controller (WDM) is there.
5. When I click Properties, from General shows sound device name, location
bus 0,
device 7, function 5. The Device status is: This device is working
properly.
from Properties I can see Audio Device, MIDI Devices and Instruments
and Mixer Devices.
But when I read Properties, I found something. All three the Status
reads:
"Driver is enabled but has no been started", so the " Settings" is not
function.
6. The last Hardware. I tried to use Roll Back Driver, then come to
:hardware Installation.
But it says " VIA AC97 Audio Controller (WDM) has not passed Windows
Logo testing
to verify its compatibility with Windows XP. What it mean? All along
was OK with XP, and now can not!

I did reinstall Creative driver failed, so I tried to use onboard sound
facilities.

Any high hand can help? Thanks

Frankie




Hello.

This is my first time on the newsgroups, so don't get me=20
wrong if I say anything stupid. For the past three months=20
or so I've been running XP Pro. Problem is, I've heard so=20
many good things about it. However, I'm a heavy gamer, it=20
helps me relax when I get home each night. Since this=20
upgrade, everything I run crashes to desktop frequently,=20
I get to thinking I know quite a lot about computers, but=20
this one just stumps me. I was able to isolate what I=20
believe may be the problem, I've accessed the system=20
information & came up with these conflicts, anyone got=20
pointers on how to fix 'em? Cause I don't know where to=20
go from here. I checked the MS Knowledge base. No luck=20
there.

System Information report written at: 8/29/2004 7:07:19 PM
System Name: N-1BXVSPPJNDMHP
[Conflicts/Sharing]

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Controller=09
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Ultra=09
=09
IRQ 20 Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System=09
IRQ 20 SiS 7001 PCI to USB Open Host Controller=09
=09
IRQ 17 CMI8738/C3DX PCI Audio Device=09
IRQ 17 Lucent Win Modem=09
=09
Memory Address 0xE7000000-0xE7FFFFFF SIS Processor to=20
AGP Controller=09
Memory Address 0xE7000000-0xE7FFFFFF NVIDIA GeForce FX=20
5200 Ultra=09
=09
Memory Address 0xA0000-0xBFFFF PCI bus=09
Memory Address 0xA0000-0xBFFFF SIS Processor to AGP=20
Controller=09
Memory Address 0xA0000-0xBFFFF NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200=20
Ultra=09
=09
I/O Port 0x000003B0-0x000003BB SIS Processor to AGP=20
Controller=09
I/O Port 0x000003B0-0x000003BB NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200=20
Ultra=09
=09
Also. I have attached DXDIAG text for a look at if that=20
helps. Because most of my problems seem to be video=20
related.

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System Information
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Time of this report: 8/29/2004, 19:16:39
Machine name: N-1BXVSPPJNDMHP
Operating System: Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build=20
2600) (2600.xpclient.010817-1148)
Language: English (Regional Setting: English)
System Manufacturer: n/a
System Model: n/a
BIOS: Award Medallion BIOS v6.0
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 1.60GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM
Page File: 125MB used, 1124MB available
Windows Dir: C:WINDOWS
DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0b (4.09.0000.0902)
DX Setup Parameters: Not found
DxDiag Version: 5.03.0001.0902 32bit Unicode

------------
DxDiag Notes
------------
DirectX Files Tab: No problems found.
Display Tab 1: No problems found. DirectDraw test=20
results: All tests were successful. Direct3D 7 test=20
results: All tests were successful. Direct3D 8 test=20
results: All tests were successful. Direct3D 9 test=20
results: All tests were successful.
Sound Tab 1: DirectSound test results: All tests=20
were successful.
Music Tab: DirectMusic test results: All tests=20
were successful.
Input Tab: No problems found.
Network Tab: No problems found. DirectPlay test=20
results: All tests were successful.

--------------------
DirectX Debug Levels
--------------------
Direct3D: 0/4 (n/a)
DirectDraw: 0/4 (retail)
DirectInput: 0/5 (n/a)
DirectMusic: 0/5 (n/a)
DirectPlay: 0/9 (retail)
DirectSound: 0/5 (retail)
DirectShow: 0/6 (retail)

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Display Devices
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Card name: NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 Ultra
Manufacturer: NVIDIA
Chip type: GeForce FX 5200 Ultra
DAC type: Integrated RAMDAC
Device Key:=20
EnumPCIVEN_10DE&DEV_0321&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_A1
Display Memory: 128.0 MB
Current Mode: 1024 x 768 (32 bit) (60Hz)
Monitor: Plug and Play Monitor
Monitor Max Res: 1600,1200
Driver Name: nv4_disp.dll
Driver Version: 6.14.0010.5303 (English)
DDI Version: 9 (or higher)
Driver Attributes: Final Retail
Driver Date/Size: 11/17/2003 10:33:00, 4323968 bytes
WHQL Logo'd: Yes
WHQL Date Stamp: n/a
VDD: n/a
Mini VDD: nv4_mini.sys
Mini VDD Date: 11/17/2003 10:33:00, 1618939 bytes
Device Identifier: {D7B71E3E-4061-11CF-0777-0A2000C2CB35}
Vendor ID: 0x10DE
Device ID: 0x0321
SubSys ID: 0x00000000
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7F87FAF3E37E}: Format(In/Out)=3D(NV12,0x3231564e) Frames
(Prev/Fwd/Back)=3D(0,0,0) Caps=3DVideoProcess_YUV2RGB=20
VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY=20
DeinterlaceTech_BOBVerticalStretch=20
Registry: OK
DDraw Status: Enabled
D3D Status: Enabled
AGP Status: Enabled
DDraw Test Result: All tests were successful.
D3D7 Test Result: All tests were successful.
D3D8 Test Result: All tests were successful.
D3D9 Test Result: All tests were successful.

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Sound Devices
-------------
Description: C-Media Wave Device
Default Sound Playback: Yes
Default Voice Playback: Yes
Hardware ID:=20
PCIVEN_13F6&DEV_0111&SUBSYS_80E21043&REV_10
Manufacturer ID: 1
Product ID: 100
Type: WDM
Driver Name: cmaudio.sys
Driver Version: 5.12.0001.0630 (English)
Driver Attributes: Final Debug
WHQL Logo'd: Yes
Date and Size: 10/30/2001 13:01:50, 280782 bytes
Other Files:=20
Driver Provider: C-Media
HW Accel Level: Full
Cap Flags: 0xF5F
Min/Max Sample Rate: 100, 100000
Static/Strm HW Mix Bufs: 17, 16
Static/Strm HW 3D Bufs: 17, 16
HW Memory: 0
Voice Management: No
EAX(tm) 2.0 Listen/Src: Yes, Yes
I3DL2(tm) Listen/Src: Yes, Yes
Sensaura(tm) ZoomFX(tm): Yes
Registry: OK
Sound Test Result: All tests were successful.

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Sound Capture Devices
---------------------
Description: C-Media Wave Device
Default Sound Captu Yes
Default Voice Captu Yes
Driver Name: cmaudio.sys
Driver Version: 5.12.0001.0630 (English)
Driver Attributes: Final Debug
Date and Size: 10/30/2001 13:01:50, 280782 bytes
Cap Flags: 0x41
Format Flags: 0xFFF

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DirectMusic
-----------
DLS Path: C:WINDOWSSYSTEM32driversGM.DLS
DLS Version: 1.00.0016.0002
Acceleration: n/a
Ports: Microsoft Synthesizer, Software (Not=20
Kernel Mode), Output, DLS, Internal, Default Port
MPU-401, Hardware (Kernel Mode), Input,=20
No DLS, External
MPU-401, Hardware (Kernel Mode),=20
Output, No DLS, External
C-Media Wave Device, Software (Kernel=20
Mode), Output, DLS, Internal
Microsoft MIDI Mapper [Emulated],=20
Hardware (Not Kernel Mode), Output, No DLS, Internal
Microsoft GS Wavetable SW Synth=20
[Emulated], Hardware (Not Kernel Mode), Output, No DLS,=20
Internal
MPU-401 [Emulated], Hardware (Not=20
Kernel Mode), Output, No DLS, External
MPU-401 [Emulated], Hardware (Not=20
Kernel Mode), Input, No DLS, External
Registry: OK
Test Result: All tests were successful.

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DirectInput Devices
-------------------
Device Name: Mouse
Attached: 1
Controller ID: n/a
Vendor/Product ID: n/a
FF Driver: n/a

Device Name: Keyboard
Attached: 1
Controller ID: n/a
Vendor/Product ID: n/a
FF Driver: n/a

Device Name: Microsoft SideWinder 3D Pro
Attached: 0
Controller ID: 0x0
Vendor/Product ID: 0x045E, 0x0F1F
FF Driver: n/a

Poll w/ Interrupt: No
Registry: OK

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USB Devices
-----------
+ USB Root Hub
| Vendor/Product ID: 0x1039, 0x7001
| Matching Device ID: usbroot_hub
| Service: usbhub
| Driver: usbhub.sys, 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 50688 bytes
| Driver: usbd.sys, 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 4736 bytes

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Gameport Devices
----------------
+ CMI8738/C3DX PCI Audio Device
| Location: PCI bus 0, device 5, function 0
| Matching Device ID:=20
pciven_13f6&dev_0111&subsys_80e21043
| Service: cmpci
|=20
+-+ Standard Game Port
| | Matching Device ID: *pnpb02f
| | Service: gameenum
| | Driver: gameenum.sys, 8/17/2001 14:02:32, 9728 bytes
| |=20
| +-+ Microsoft SideWinder (Auto Detect)
| | | Matching Device ID:=20
gameportsidewindergamecontroller
| | | Service: msgame
| | | Driver: msgame.sys, 8/17/2001 14:02:40, 35200 bytes
| | | Driver: hidclass.sys, 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 33152=20
bytes
| | | Driver: hidparse.sys, 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 23680=20
bytes
| | | Driver: hid.dll, 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 22528 bytes
| | | Driver: sw_effct.dll, 8/17/2001 22:36:32, 41472=20
bytes
| | | Driver: sw_wheel.dll, 8/17/2001 22:36:32, 53760=20
bytes
| | |=20
| | +-+ HID-compliant game controller
| | | | Matching Device ID: hid_device_system_game

------------
PS/2 Devices
------------
+ Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard
| Matching Device ID: *pnp0303
| Service: i8042prt
| Driver: i8042prt.sys, 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 50944 bytes
| Driver: kbdclass.sys, 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 23424 bytes
|=20
+ Terminal Server Keyboard Driver
| Matching Device ID: rootrdp_kbd
| Upper Filters: kbdclass
| Service: TermDD
| Driver: termdd.sys, 8/17/2001 22:38:00, 37896 bytes
| Driver: kbdclass.sys, 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 23424 bytes
|=20
+ PS/2 Compatible Mouse
| Matching Device ID: *pnp0f13
| Service: i8042prt
| Driver: i8042prt.sys, 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 50944 bytes
| Driver: mouclass.sys, 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 22016 bytes
|=20
+ Terminal Server Mouse Driver
| Matching Device ID: rootrdp_mou
| Upper Filters: mouclass
| Service: TermDD
| Driver: termdd.sys, 8/17/2001 22:38:00, 37896 bytes
| Driver: mouclass.sys, 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 22016 bytes

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DirectPlay Service Providers
----------------------------
DirectPlay8 Modem Service Provider - Registry: OK, File:=20
dpnet.dll (5.03.0000.0900)
DirectPlay8 Serial Service Provider - Registry: OK, File:=20
dpnet.dll (5.03.0000.0900)
DirectPlay8 IPX Service Provider - Registry: OK, File:=20
dpnet.dll (5.03.0000.0900)
DirectPlay8 TCP/IP Service Provider - Registry: OK, File:=20
dpnet.dll (5.03.0000.0900)
Internet TCP/IP Connection For DirectPlay - Registry: OK,=20
File: dpwsockx.dll (5.03.0000.0900)
IPX Connection For DirectPlay - Registry: OK, File:=20
dpwsockx.dll (5.03.0000.0900)
Modem Connection For DirectPlay - Registry: OK, File:=20
dpmodemx.dll (5.03.0000.0900)
Serial Connection For DirectPlay - Registry: OK, File:=20
dpmodemx.dll (5.03.0000.0900)

DirectPlay Voice Wizard Tests: Full Duplex: Not run, Half=20
Duplex: Not run, Mic: Not run
DirectPlay Test Result: All tests were successful.
Registry: OK

-------------------
DirectPlay Adapters
-------------------
DirectPlay8 Modem Service Provider: Lucent Win Modem
DirectPlay8 Serial Service Provider: COM1
DirectPlay8 Serial Service Provider: COM2
DirectPlay8 TCP/IP Service Provider: Juno Web Conn -=20
IPv4 -=20

-----------------------
DirectPlay Voice Codecs
-----------------------
Voxware VR12 1.4kbit/s
Voxware SC06 6.4kbit/s
Voxware SC03 3.2kbit/s
MS-PCM 64 kbit/s
MS-ADPCM 32.8 kbit/s
Microsoft GSM 6.10 13 kbit/s
TrueSpeech(TM) 8.6 kbit/s

-------------------------
DirectPlay Lobbyable Apps
-------------------------
Startopia (DX7) - Registry: OK, ExeFile: Startopia.exe=20
(File Missing)

------------------------
Disk & DVD/CD-ROM Drives
------------------------
Drive: C:
Free Space: 24.1 GB
Total Space: 38.2 GB
File System: NTFS
Model: WDC WD40 0BB-00DEA0 SCSI Disk Device

Drive: D:
Model: COMPAQ CD-ROM LTN403 SCSI CdRom Device
Driver: c:windowssystem32driverscdrom.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 47488 bytes

Drive: E:
Model: CDWRITER IDE5224 SCSI CdRom Device
Driver: c:windowssystem32driverscdrom.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 47488 bytes

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System Devices
--------------
Name: XMASSCSI SCSI Controller
Device ID: PCIXMASSCSI000
Driver: n/a

Name: CMI8738/C3DX PCI Audio Device
Device ID: PCIVEN_13F6&DEV_0111&SUBSYS_80E21043&REV_10
3&61AAA01&0&28
Driver: n/a

Name: Lucent Win Modem
Device ID: PCIVEN_11C1&DEV_0441&SUBSYS_04401235&REV_01
3&61AAA01&0&48
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSltmdmnt.sys,=20
5.98.0000.0000 (English), 8/17/2001 06:28:08, 509353 bytes

Name: NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 Ultra
Device ID: PCIVEN_10DE&DEV_0321&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_A1
4&3525EC23&0&0008
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSnv4_mini.sys,=20
6.14.0010.5303 (English), 11/17/2003 10:33:00, 1618939=20
bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvinstnt.dll,=20
6.14.0010.5303 (English), 11/17/2003 10:33:00, 131072=20
bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvsvc32.exe,=20
6.14.0010.5303 (English), 11/17/2003 10:33:00, 77824 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvcod.dll, 1.00.0000.0009=20
(English), 11/17/2003 10:33:00, 30720 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvcodins.dll,=20
1.00.0000.0009 (English), 11/17/2003 10:33:00, 30720 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nv4_disp.dll,=20
6.14.0010.5303 (English), 11/17/2003 10:33:00, 4323968=20
bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvoglnt.dll,=20
6.14.0010.5303 (English), 11/17/2003 10:33:00, 3551232=20
bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvcpl.dll, 6.14.0010.5303=20
(English), 11/17/2003 10:33:00, 3022848 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvmctray.dll,=20
6.14.0010.5303 (English), 11/17/2003 10:33:00, 49152 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvwddi.dll, 6.14.0010.5303=20
(English), 11/17/2003 10:33:00, 35840 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvwdmcpl.dll,=20
6.14.0010.5303 (English), 11/17/2003 10:33:00, 1474633=20
bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvnt4cpl.dll,=20
6.14.0010.5303 (English), 11/17/2003 10:33:00, 233472=20
bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWShelpnvcpl.hlp, 11/17/2003=20
10:33:00, 83101 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWShelpnvwcplen.hlp, 11/17/2003=20
10:33:00, 35981 bytes

Name: SiS 7001 PCI to USB Open Host Controller
Device ID: PCIVEN_1039&DEV_7001&SUBSYS_807A1043&REV_07
3&61AAA01&0&13
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbohci.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 15616 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbport.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 123264 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32usbui.dll, 5.01.2600.0000=20
(English), 8/17/2001 15:36:34, 67072 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbhub.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 50688 bytes

Name: SiS 7001 PCI to USB Open Host Controller
Device ID: PCIVEN_1039&DEV_7001&SUBSYS_807A1043&REV_07
3&61AAA01&0&12
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbohci.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 15616 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbport.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 123264 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32usbui.dll, 5.01.2600.0000=20
(English), 8/17/2001 15:36:34, 67072 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbhub.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 50688 bytes

Name: SiS Bus Master IDE Controller
Device ID: PCIVEN_1039&DEV_5513&SUBSYS_807A1043&REV_D0
3&61AAA01&0&15
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSsiside.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 3/13/2002 04:44:20, 23936 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32sisinst.dll,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 12/25/2001 11:38:56, 12288 bytes

Name: PCI standard ISA bridge
Device ID: PCIVEN_1039&DEV_0961&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_10
3&61AAA01&0&10
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSisapnp.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 35840 bytes

Name: SiS 900 PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter
Device ID: PCIVEN_1039&DEV_0900&SUBSYS_807C1043&REV_90
3&61AAA01&0&18
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSsisnic.sys,=20
1.14.0001.0000 (English), 9/28/2001 13:16:46, 31744 bytes
Driver: C:Progra~1SiSLanuninst.exe, 5.01.2413.0001=20
(English), 8/7/2001 03:53:18, 37376 bytes

Name: PCI standard host CPU bridge
Device ID: PCIVEN_1039&DEV_0646&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_00
3&61AAA01&0&00
Driver: n/a

Name: SIS Processor to AGP Controller
Device ID: PCIVEN_1039&DEV_0001&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_00
3&61AAA01&0&08
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSSISAGP.SYS,=20
5.12.0001.2010 (English), 8/17/2001 06:58:02, 26112 bytes

Name: Universal Serial Bus (USB) Controller
Device ID: PCIVEN_1033&DEV_00E0&SUBSYS_00E117C6&REV_02
3&61AAA01&0&52
Driver: n/a

Name: NEC PCI to USB Open Host Controller
Device ID: PCIVEN_1033&DEV_0035&SUBSYS_003617C6&REV_41
3&61AAA01&0&51
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbohci.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 15616 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbport.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 123264 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32usbui.dll, 5.01.2600.0000=20
(English), 8/17/2001 15:36:34, 67072 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbhub.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 50688 bytes

Name: NEC PCI to USB Open Host Controller
Device ID: PCIVEN_1033&DEV_0035&SUBSYS_003617C6&REV_41
3&61AAA01&0&50
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbohci.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 15616 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbport.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 123264 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32usbui.dll, 5.01.2600.0000=20
(English), 8/17/2001 15:36:34, 67072 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbhub.sys,=20
5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/23/2001 05:00:00, 50688 bytes

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DirectX Components
------------------
ddraw.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 284160 bytes
ddrawex.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 24064 bytes
dxapi.sys: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 10496 bytes
d3d8.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 1177600 bytes
d3d8thk.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 8192 bytes
d3d9.dll: 5.03.0001.0902 English Final Retail=20
5/30/2003 09:00:02 1634304 bytes
d3dim.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 436224 bytes
d3dim700.dll: 5.03.0001.0902 English Final Retail=20
5/30/2003 09:00:02 797184 bytes
d3dramp.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 590336 bytes
d3drm.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 350208 bytes
d3dxof.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 47616 bytes
d3dpmesh.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 34816 bytes
dplay.dll: 5.00.2134.0001 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 33040 bytes
dplayx.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 217600 bytes
dpmodemx.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 77824 bytes
dpwsock.dll: 5.00.2134.0001 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 42768 bytes
dpwsockx.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 76800 bytes
dplaysvr.exe: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 28160 bytes
dpnsvr.exe: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 16896 bytes
dpnet.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 723968 bytes
dpnlobby.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 3072 bytes
dpnaddr.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 3072 bytes
dpvoice.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 381952 bytes
dpvsetup.exe: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 80896 bytes
dpvvox.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 112128 bytes
dpvacm.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 19968 bytes
dpnhpast.dll: 5.03.0000.0901 English Final Retail=20
3/24/2003 09:00:02 32768 bytes
dpnhupnp.dll: 5.03.0000.0901 English Final Retail=20
3/24/2003 09:00:02 68096 bytes
dpserial.dll: 5.00.2134.0001 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 53520 bytes
dinput.dll: 5.01.2600.1106 English Final Retail=20
8/29/2002 03:40:00 648704 bytes
dinput8.dll: 5.01.2600.1106 English Final Retail=20
8/29/2002 03:40:00 667648 bytes
dimap.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 44032 bytes
diactfrm.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 467968 bytes
joy.cpl: 5.01.2600.1106 English Final Retail=20
8/29/2002 03:41:00 208896 bytes
gcdef.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 223232 bytes
pid.dll: 5.01.2600.1106 English Final Retail=20
8/29/2002 03:41:00 31744 bytes
gameenum.sys: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
8/17/2001 14:02:32 9728 bytes
hidgame.sys: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
8/17/2001 14:02:32 8576 bytes
dsound.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 355328 bytes
dsound3d.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 1294336 bytes
dswave.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 18432 bytes
dsdmo.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 186880 bytes
dsdmoprp.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 491520 bytes
dmusic.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 116736 bytes
dmband.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 27136 bytes
dmcompos.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 58368 bytes
dmime.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 171520 bytes
dmloader.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 33280 bytes
dmstyle.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 98816 bytes
dmsynth.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 100864 bytes
dmscript.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 76800 bytes
dx7vb.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 602624 bytes
dx8vb.dll: 5.03.0001.0902 English Final Retail=20
5/30/2003 09:00:02 1189888 bytes
dxdiagn.dll: 5.03.0001.0902 English Final Retail=20
5/30/2003 09:00:02 1675264 bytes
mfc40.dll: 4.01.0000.6140 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 924432 bytes
mfc42.dll: 6.00.8665.0000 English Beta Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 995383 bytes
wsock32.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 21504 bytes
amstream.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 64512 bytes
devenum.dll: 6.05.0001.0902 English Final Retail=20
5/30/2003 09:00:02 132608 bytes
dxmasf.dll: 6.04.0009.1120 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 498205 bytes
mciqtz32.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 34304 bytes
mpg2splt.ax: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 136192 bytes
msdmo.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 13312 bytes
encapi.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 18944 bytes
qasf.dll: 9.00.0000.2980 English Final Retail=20
12/11/2002 17:34:40 241664 bytes
qcap.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 257024 bytes
qdv.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 311808 bytes
qdvd.dll: 6.05.0001.0902 English Final Retail=20
5/30/2003 09:00:02 449024 bytes
qedit.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 1798144 bytes
qedwipes.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 733184 bytes
quartz.dll: 6.05.0001.0902 English Final Retail=20
5/30/2003 09:00:02 1962496 bytes
strmdll.dll: 4.01.0000.3925 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 246302 bytes
iac25_32.ax: 2.00.0005.0053 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 199680 bytes
ir41_32.ax: 4.51.0016.0003 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 848384 bytes
ir41_qc.dll: 4.30.0062.0002 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 120320 bytes
ir41_qcx.dll: 4.30.0064.0001 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 338432 bytes
ir50_32.dll: 5.2562.0015.0055 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 755200 bytes
ir50_qc.dll: 5.00.0063.0048 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 200192 bytes
ir50_qcx.dll: 5.00.0064.0048 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 183808 bytes
ivfsrc.ax: 5.10.0002.0051 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 154624 bytes
mswebdvd.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 324096 bytes
msdvdopt.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 74240 bytes
ks.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 130304 bytes
ksproxy.ax: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 117248 bytes
ksuser.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 4096 bytes
stream.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 45696 bytes
mspclock.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 5248 bytes
mspqm.sys: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
8/23/2001 05:00:00 4608 bytes
mskssrv.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 7424 bytes
swenum.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 4096 bytes
mstee.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
12/12/2002 00:14:32 5504 bytes
bdaplgin.ax: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:26 16896 bytes
bdasup.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:26 11392 bytes
msdvbnp.ax: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:26 52224 bytes
psisdecd.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:28 354816 bytes
psisrndr.ax: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:28 30208 bytes
ipsink.ax: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:26 14848 bytes
mpeg2data.ax: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:26 57856 bytes
ndisip.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:28 10112 bytes
mpe.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:26 15104 bytes
streamip.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:28 14976 bytes
msvidctl.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:28 1230336 bytes
slip.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:28 10880 bytes
nabtsfec.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:28 83968 bytes
ccdecode.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:26 16384 bytes
vbisurf.ax: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:30 27648 bytes
msyuv.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:28 16896 bytes
kstvtune.ax: 5.03.0001.0902 English Final Retail=20
6/4/2003 10:30:32 274432 bytes
ksxbar.ax: 5.03.0001.0902 English Final Retail=20
6/4/2003 09:18:28 39424 bytes
kswdmcap.ax: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:32 226304 bytes
wstcodec.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:32 18688 bytes
wstdecod.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:16:32 47104 bytes
msdv.sys: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail=20
2/17/2003 10:21:50 52096 bytes

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DirectShow Filters
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DirectShow Filters:
WMAudio Decoder DMO,0x00800800,1,1,,
WMSpeech Decoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,,
WMVideo 8 Decoder DMO,0x00800001,1,1,,
Mpeg4s Decoder DMO,0x00800001,1,1,,
WMV Screen decoder DMO,0x00800001,1,1,,
WMVideo Decoder DMO,0x00800001,1,1,,
Mpeg43 Decoder DMO,0x00800001,1,1,,
Mpeg4 Decoder DMO,0x00800001,1,1,,
Full Screen=20
Renderer,0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
DV Muxer,0x00400000,0,0,qdv.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Color Space=20
Converter,0x00400001,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
WM ASF Reader,0x00400000,0,0,qasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
AVI Splitter,0x00600000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
VGA 16 Color=20
Ditherer,0x00400000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Indeo=AE video 5.10 Compression=20
Filter,0x00200000,1,1,ir50_32.dll,5.2562.0015.0055
Windows Media Audio=20
Decoder,0x00800001,1,1,msadds32.ax,8.00.0000.4477
AC3 Parser=20
Filter,0x00600000,1,1,mpg2splt.ax,6.05.0001.0900
MJPEG=20
Decompressor,0x00600000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0 902
Indeo=AE video 5.10 Decompression=20
Filter,0x00640000,1,1,ir50_32.dll,5.2562.0015.0055
Microsoft Screen Video=20
Decompressor,0x00800000,1,1,msscds32.ax,8.00.0000. 4477
MPEG-I Stream=20
Splitter,0x00600000,1,2,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
SAMI (CC) Parser,0x00400000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
MPEG Layer-3=20
Decoder,0x00810000,1,1,l3codecx.ax,1.05.0000.0050
MPEG-2 Splitter,0x005fffff,1,0,mpg2splt.ax,6.05.0001.0900
ACELP.net Sipro Lab Audio=20
Decoder,0x00800001,1,1,acelpdec.ax,1.04.0000.0000
Internal Script Command=20
Renderer,0x00800001,1,0,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
MPEG Audio=20
Decoder,0x03680001,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
File Source (Netshow=20
URL),0x00400000,0,1,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
DV Splitter,0x00600000,1,2,qdv.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Windows Media Video=20
Decoder,0x00800000,1,1,wmvds32.ax,8.00.0000.4477
Video Mixing Renderer=20
9,0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Windows Media Video=20
Decoder,0x00800000,1,1,wmv8ds32.ax,8.00.0000.4000
Windows Media=20
Multiplexer,0x00600000,1,1,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.29 80
ASX file Parser,0x00600000,1,1,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
ASX v.2 file=20
Parser,0x00600000,1,0,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
NSC file Parser,0x00600000,1,1,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
ACM Wrapper,0x00600000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Windows Media source=20
filter,0x00600000,0,2,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
Video Renderer,0x00800001,1,0,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Line 21 Decoder,0x00600000,1,1,qdvd.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Video Port=20
Manager,0x00600000,2,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
WST Decoder,0x00600000,1,1,wstdecod.dll,5.03.0000.0900
Video Renderer,0x00400000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
DivX Decoder=20
Filter,0x00800000,1,1,divxdec.ax,1.00.0000.0001
WM ASF Writer,0x00400000,0,0,qasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
VBI Surface=20
Allocator,0x00600000,1,1,vbisurf.ax,5.03.0000.0900
DivX MPEG-4 DVD Video=20
Decompressor ,0x00800000,1,1,DivX_c32.ax,4.02.0000.0000
Microsoft MPEG-4 Video=20
Decompressor,0x00800000,1,1,mpg4ds32.ax,8.00.0000. 4477
File writer,0x00200000,1,0,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
DirectVobSub,0x00200000,2,1,DVobSub.ax,2.00.0005.0 000
DirectVobSub (auto-loading=20
version),0x00800002,2,1,DVobSub.ax,2.00.0005.0000
DVD Navigator,0x00200000,0,2,qdvd.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Overlay Mixer2,0x00400000,1,1,qdvd.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Subtitle Source,0x00200000,0,1,DVobSub.ax,2.00.0005.0000
AVI Draw,0x00600064,9,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
..RAM file Parser,0x00600000,1,0,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
G.711 Codec,0x00200000,1,1,g711codc.ax,5.01.2600.0000
MPEG-2=20
Demultiplexer,0x00600000,1,1,mpg2splt.ax,6.05.0001 .0900
DV Video Decoder,0x00800000,1,1,qdv.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Indeo=AE audio=20
software,0x00500000,1,1,iac25_32.ax,2.00.0005.0053
Windows Media Update=20
Filter,0x00400000,1,0,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
ASF DIB Handler,0x00600000,1,1,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
ASF ACM Handler,0x00600000,1,1,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
ASF ICM Handler,0x00600000,1,1,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
ASF URL Handler,0x00600000,1,1,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
ASF JPEG Handler,0x00600000,1,1,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
ASF DJPEG Handler,0x00600000,1,1,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
ASF embedded stuff=20
Handler,0x00600000,1,1,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
WIA Stream Snapshot=20
Filter,0x00200000,1,1,wiasf.ax,1.00.0000.0000
SampleGrabber,0x00200000,1,1,qedit.dll,6.05.0001.0 900
Null Renderer,0x00200000,1,0,qedit.dll,6.05.0001.0900
MPEG-2 Sections and=20
Tables,0x005fffff,1,0,mpeg2data.ax,6.05.0001.0900
IVF source filter,0x00600000,0,1,ivfsrc.ax,5.10.0002.0051
Smart Tee,0x00200000,1,2,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Overlay Mixer,0x00200000,0,0,qdvd.dll,6.05.0001.0902
AVI Decompressor,0x00600000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0 902
AVI/WAV File=20
Source,0x00400000,0,2,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
QuickTime Movie=20
Parser,0x00600000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Wave Parser,0x00400000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
MIDI Parser,0x00400000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Multi-file Parser,0x00400000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Lyric Parser,0x00400000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
File stream=20
renderer,0x00400000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
XML Playlist,0x00400000,1,0,wmpasf.dll,9.00.0000.2980
AVI Mux,0x00200000,1,0,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Line 21 Decoder 2,0x00600002,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
File Source=20
(Async.),0x00400000,0,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
File Source (URL),0x00400000,0,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Windows Media Pad VU Data=20
Grabber,0x00600000,1,0,wmmfilt.dll,1.01.2427.0000
Infinite Pin Tee=20
Filter,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
BDA MPEG2 Transport Information=20
Filter,0x00200000,1,0,psisrndr.ax,6.05.0001.0900
QT Decompressor,0x00600000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0 902
ShotBoundaryDet,0x00200000,1,1,wmmfilt.dll,1.01.24 27.0000
MPEG Video=20
Decoder,0x40000001,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
AudioEngineOutput,0x00200000,0,1,AudioEngine.dll,
Indeo=AE video 4.4 Decompression=20
Filter,0x00640000,1,1,ir41_32.ax,4.51.0016.0003
AudioEngineInput,0x00200000,1,0,AudioEngine.dll,
Wavelab EQ-1,0x00600000,1,1,EQ.dll,1.01.0000.0000
Indeo=AE video 4.4 Compression=20
Filter,0x00200000,1,1,ir41_32.ax,4.51.0016.0003

WDM Streaming Data Transforms:
Microsoft Kernel Acoustic Echo=20
Canceller,0x00200000,2,2,,5.03.0000.0900
Microsoft Kernel GS Wavetable=20
Synthesizer,0x00200000,1,1,,5.03.0000.0900
Microsoft Kernel DLS=20
Synthesizer,0x00200000,1,1,,5.03.0000.0900
Microsoft Kernel DRM Audio=20
Descrambler,0x00200000,1,1,,5.03.0000.0900

Video Compressors:
WMVideo Encoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,,
MSScreen encoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,,
WMVideo9 Encoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,,
WMVideo8 Encoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,,
MSScreen 9 encoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,,
DV Video Encoder,0x00200000,0,0,qdv.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Indeo=AE video 5.10 Compression=20
Filter,0x00100000,1,1,ir50_32.dll,5.2562.0015.0055
MJPEG Compressor,0x00200000,0,0,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.090 2
Cinepak Codec by=20
Radius,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
DivX MPEG-4 Video=20
Codec,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
DivX ;-) MPEG-4 Fast-
Motion,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
DivX Codec 4.11,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Huffyuv v2.1.1,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Intel 4:2:0 Video=20
V2.50,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Intel Indeo(R) Video=20
R3.2,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Intel Indeo=AE Video=20
4.5,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Indeo=AE video 5.10,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Intel IYUV codec,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Microsoft H.261 Video=20
Codec,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Microsoft H.263 Video=20
Codec,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Microsoft RLE,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900
Microsoft Video 1,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900

Audio Compressors:
WM Speech Encoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,,
WMAudio Encoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,,
IAC2,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
IMA ADPCM,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
PCM,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Microsoft ADPCM,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
ACELP.net,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
DSP Group TrueSpeech
(TM),0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Windows Media Audio=20
V1,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Windows Media Audio=20
V2,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
GSM 6.10,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Microsoft G.723.1,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
CCITT A-Law,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
CCITT u-Law,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
MPEG Layer-3,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902

Audio Capture Sources:
C-Media Wave Device,0x00200000,0,0,qcap.dll,6.05.0001.0900

Midi Renderers:
Default MidiOut=20
Device,0x00800000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Microsoft GS Wavetable SW=20
Synth,0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
MPU-401,0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902

WDM Streaming Capture Devices:
MPU-401,0x00200000,3,2,,5.03.0000.0900
C-Media Wave Device,0x00200000,3,3,,5.03.0000.0900

WDM Streaming Rendering Devices:
MPU-401,0x00200000,3,2,,5.03.0000.0900
C-Media Wave Device,0x00200000,3,3,,5.03.0000.0900

BDA Network Providers:
Microsoft ATSC Network=20
Provider,0x00200000,0,1,msdvbnp.ax,6.05.0001.0900
Microsoft DVBC Network=20
Provider,0x00200000,0,1,msdvbnp.ax,6.05.0001.0900
Microsoft DVBS Network=20
Provider,0x00200000,0,1,msdvbnp.ax,6.05.0001.0900
Microsoft DVBT Network=20
Provider,0x00200000,0,1,msdvbnp.ax,6.05.0001.0900

BDA Transport Information Renderers:
BDA MPEG2 Transport Information=20
Filter,0x00600000,1,0,psisrndr.ax,6.05.0001.0900
MPEG-2 Sections and=20
Tables,0x00600000,1,0,mpeg2data.ax,6.05.0001.0900

WDM Streaming Mixer Devices:
Microsoft Kernel Wave Audio=20
Mixer,0x00200000,2,2,,5.03.0000.0900

Audio Renderers:
C-Media Wave=20
Device,0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Default DirectSound=20
Device,0x00800000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
Default WaveOut=20
Device,0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902
DirectSound: C-Media Wave=20
Device,0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.05.0001.0902

WDM Streaming System Devices:
MPU-401,0x00200000,3,2,,5.03.0000.0900
C-Media Wave Device,0x00200000,9,3,,5.03.0000.0900




Im having a problem with graphics driver getting blue screen of error type when trying to play games that says problem with graphic driver, system is virus and adware clean, ive been back and forth with the driver versions etc etc. took it to a shop and g
uy looked at me like a fish so here it is...
1. This is from event viewer...
Event Type: Error
Event Source: System Error
Event Category: (102)
Event ID: 1003
Date: 7/25/2004
Time: 11:39:00 PM
User: N/A
Computer: BADELF
Description:
Error code 000000d1, parameter1 486e0902, parameter2 00000002, parameter3 00000001, parameter4 f806005d.

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
Data:
0000: 53 79 73 74 65 6d 20 45 System E
0008: 72 72 6f 72 20 20 45 72 rror Er
0010: 72 6f 72 20 63 6f 64 65 ror code
0018: 20 30 30 30 30 30 30 64 000000d
0020: 31 20 20 50 61 72 61 6d 1 Param
0028: 65 74 65 72 73 20 34 38 eters 48
0030: 36 65 30 39 30 32 2c 20 6e0902,
0038: 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 32 00000002
0040: 2c 20 30 30 30 30 30 30 , 000000
0048: 30 31 2c 20 66 38 30 36 01, f806
0050: 30 30 35 64 005d
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

this is cut and paste of dxdiag....

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System Information
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Time of this report: 7/26/2004, 00:10:48
Machine name: BADELF
Operating System: Windows XP Home Edition (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 1 (2600.xpsp2.030422-1633)
Language: English (Regional Setting: English)
System Manufacturer: n/a
System Model: n/a
BIOS: Award Modular BIOS v6.0
Processor: AMD Athlon(TM) XP 2000+, MMX, 3DNow, ~1.7GHz
Memory: 512MB RAM
Page File: 219MB used, 1031MB available
Windows Dir: C:WINDOWS
DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0b (4.09.0000.0902)
DX Setup Parameters: Not found
DxDiag Version: 5.03.0001.0902 32bit Unicode

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DxDiag Notes
------------
DirectX Files Tab: No problems found.
Display Tab 1: No problems found.
Sound Tab 1: No problems found.
Music Tab: No problems found.
Input Tab: No problems found.
Network Tab: No problems found.

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DirectX Debug Levels
--------------------
Direct3D: 0/4 (n/a)
DirectDraw: 0/4 (retail)
DirectInput: 0/5 (n/a)
DirectMusic: 0/5 (n/a)
DirectPlay: 0/9 (retail)
DirectSound: 0/5 (retail)
DirectShow: 0/6 (retail)

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Display Devices
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Card name: NVIDIA GeForce FX 5600
Manufacturer: NVIDIA
Chip type: GeForce FX 5600
DAC type: Integrated RAMDAC
Device Key: EnumPCIVEN_10DE&DEV_0312&SUBSYS_040110B0&REV_A1
Display Memory: 256.0 MB
Current Mode: 1280 x 1024 (32 bit) (60Hz)
Monitor: Default Monitor
Monitor Max Res:
Driver Name: nv4_disp.dll
Driver Version: 6.14.0010.5672 (English)
DDI Version: 9 (or higher)
Driver Attributes: Final Retail
Driver Date/Size: 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 4274560 bytes
WHQL Logo'd: Yes
WHQL Date Stamp: n/a
VDD: n/a
Mini VDD: nv4_mini.sys
Mini VDD Date: 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 1895648 bytes
Device Identifier: {D7B71E3E-4052-11CF-2865-0B2400C2CB35}
Vendor ID: 0x10DE
Device ID: 0x0312
SubSys ID: 0x040110B0
Revision ID: 0x00A1
Revision ID: 0x00A1
Video Accel: ModeMPEG2_A ModeMPEG2_B ModeMPEG2_C ModeMPEG2_D ModeWMV9_B ModeWMV9_A
Deinterlace Caps: {212DC722-3235-44A4-BD29-E1652BBCC71C}: Format(In/Out)=(YUY2,YUY2) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,2) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_PixelAdaptive
{212DC723-3235-44A4-BD29-E1652BBCC71C}: Format(In/Out)=(YUY2,YUY2) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,1) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_MedianFiltering
{335AA36E-7884-43A4-9C91-7F87FAF3E37E}: Format(In/Out)=(YUY2,YUY2) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,0) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_BOBVerticalStretch
{212DC722-3235-44A4-BD29-E1652BBCC71C}: Format(In/Out)=(UYVY,UYVY) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,2) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_PixelAdaptive
{212DC723-3235-44A4-BD29-E1652BBCC71C}: Format(In/Out)=(UYVY,UYVY) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,1) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_MedianFiltering
{335AA36E-7884-43A4-9C91-7F87FAF3E37E}: Format(In/Out)=(UYVY,UYVY) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,0) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_BOBVerticalStretch
{212DC722-3235-44A4-BD29-E1652BBCC71C}: Format(In/Out)=(YV12,0x32315659) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,2) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_PixelAdaptive
{212DC723-3235-44A4-BD29-E1652BBCC71C}: Format(In/Out)=(YV12,0x32315659) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,1) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_MedianFiltering
{335AA36E-7884-43A4-9C91-7F87FAF3E37E}: Format(In/Out)=(YV12,0x32315659) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,0) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_BOBVerticalStretch
{212DC722-3235-44A4-BD29-E1652BBCC71C}: Format(In/Out)=(NV12,0x3231564e) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,2) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_PixelAdaptive
{212DC723-3235-44A4-BD29-E1652BBCC71C}: Format(In/Out)=(NV12,0x3231564e) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,1) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_MedianFiltering
{335AA36E-7884-43A4-9C91-7F87FAF3E37E}: Format(In/Out)=(NV12,0x3231564e) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,0) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_BOBVerticalStretch
Registry: OK
DDraw Status: Enabled
D3D Status: Enabled
AGP Status: Enabled
DDraw Test Result: Not run
D3D7 Test Result: Not run
D3D8 Test Result: Not run
D3D9 Test Result: Not run

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Sound Devices
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Description: SoundMAX Digital Audio
Default Sound Playback: Yes
Default Voice Playback: Yes
Hardware ID: PCIVEN_1106&DEV_3059&SUBSYS_80A11043&REV_50
Manufacturer ID: 1
Product ID: 100
Type: WDM
Driver Name: smwdm.sys
Driver Version: 5.12.0001.3663 (English)
Driver Attributes: Final Retail
WHQL Logo'd: Yes
Date and Size: 7/15/2003 16:00:00, 578368 bytes
Other Files:
Driver Provider: Analog Devices
HW Accel Level: Full
Cap Flags: 0xF5F
Min/Max Sample Rate: 100, 48000
Static/Strm HW Mix Bufs: 33, 32
Static/Strm HW 3D Bufs: 33, 32
HW Memory: 0
Voice Management: Yes
EAX(tm) 2.0 Listen/Src: Yes, Yes
I3DL2(tm) Listen/Src: Yes, Yes
Sensaura(tm) ZoomFX(tm): Yes
Registry: OK
Sound Test Result: Not run

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Sound Capture Devices
---------------------
Description: SoundMAX Digital Audio
Default Sound Captu Yes
Default Voice Captu Yes
Driver Name: smwdm.sys
Driver Version: 5.12.0001.3663 (English)
Driver Attributes: Final Retail
Date and Size: 7/15/2003 16:00:00, 578368 bytes
Cap Flags: 0x41
Format Flags: 0xCCC

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DirectMusic
-----------
DLS Path: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversgm.dls
DLS Version: 1.00.0016.0002
Acceleration: n/a
Ports: Microsoft Synthesizer, Software (Not Kernel Mode), Output, DLS, Internal, Default Port
SoundMAX Digital Audio, Software (Kernel Mode), Output, DLS, Internal
Microsoft MIDI Mapper [Emulated], Hardware (Not Kernel Mode), Output, No DLS, Internal
SoundMAX Wavetable Synth [Emulated], Hardware (Not Kernel Mode), Output, No DLS, Internal
Microsoft GS Wavetable SW Synth [Emulated], Hardware (Not Kernel Mode), Output, No DLS, Internal
Registry: OK
Test Result: Not run

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DirectInput Devices
-------------------
Device Name: Mouse
Attached: 1
Controller ID: n/a
Vendor/Product ID: n/a
FF Driver: n/a

Device Name: Keyboard
Attached: 1
Controller ID: n/a
Vendor/Product ID: n/a
FF Driver: n/a

Poll w/ Interrupt: No
Registry: OK

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USB Devices
-----------
+ USB Root Hub
| Vendor/Product ID: 0x1106, 0x3038
| Matching Device ID: usbroot_hub
| Service: usbhub
| Driver: usbhub.sys, 7/3/2003 17:52:58, 53120 bytes
| Driver: usbd.sys, 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 4736 bytes

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Gameport Devices
----------------
+ VIA Standard PCI to ISA Bridge
| Location: PCI bus 0, device 17, function 0
| Matching Device ID: pciven_1106&dev_3177
| Service: isapnp
| Driver: isapnp.sys, 8/17/2001 13:58:02, 35840 bytes
|
+-+ Standard Game Port
| | Matching Device ID: *pnpb02f
| | Service: gameenum
| | Driver: gameenum.sys, 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 9856 bytes

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PS/2 Devices
------------
+ Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard
| Matching Device ID: *pnp0303
| Service: i8042prt
| Driver: i8042prt.sys, 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 51072 bytes
| Driver: kbdclass.sys, 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 23424 bytes
|
+ Terminal Server Keyboard Driver
| Matching Device ID: rootrdp_kbd
| Upper Filters: kbdclass
| Service: TermDD
| Driver: termdd.sys, 8/29/2002 03:46:42, 38024 bytes
| Driver: kbdclass.sys, 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 23424 bytes
|
+ Microsoft PS/2 Mouse
| Matching Device ID: *pnp0f03
| Service: i8042prt
| Driver: i8042prt.sys, 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 51072 bytes
| Driver: mouclass.sys, 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 22016 bytes
|
+ Terminal Server Mouse Driver
| Matching Device ID: rootrdp_mou
| Upper Filters: mouclass
| Service: TermDD
| Driver: termdd.sys, 8/29/2002 03:46:42, 38024 bytes
| Driver: mouclass.sys, 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 22016 bytes

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DirectPlay Service Providers
----------------------------
DirectPlay8 Modem Service Provider - Registry: OK, File: dpnet.dll (5.03.0000.0900)
DirectPlay8 Serial Service Provider - Registry: OK, File: dpnet.dll (5.03.0000.0900)
DirectPlay8 IPX Service Provider - Registry: OK, File: dpnet.dll (5.03.0000.0900)
DirectPlay8 TCP/IP Service Provider - Registry: OK, File: dpnet.dll (5.03.0000.0900)
Internet TCP/IP Connection For DirectPlay - Registry: OK, File: dpwsockx.dll (5.03.0000.0903)
IPX Connection For DirectPlay - Registry: OK, File: dpwsockx.dll (5.03.0000.0903)
Modem Connection For DirectPlay - Registry: OK, File: dpmodemx.dll (5.03.0000.0900)
Serial Connection For DirectPlay - Registry: OK, File: dpmodemx.dll (5.03.0000.0900)

DirectPlay Voice Wizard Tests: Full Duplex: Not run, Half Duplex: Not run, Mic: Not run
DirectPlay Test Result: Not run
Registry: OK

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DirectPlay Adapters
-------------------
DirectPlay8 Serial Service Provider: COM1
DirectPlay8 TCP/IP Service Provider: Local Area Connection 2 - IPv4 -

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DirectPlay Voice Codecs
-----------------------
Voxware VR12 1.4kbit/s
Voxware SC06 6.4kbit/s
Voxware SC03 3.2kbit/s
MS-PCM 64 kbit/s
MS-ADPCM 32.8 kbit/s
Microsoft GSM 6.10 13 kbit/s
TrueSpeech(TM) 8.6 kbit/s

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DirectPlay Lobbyable Apps
-------------------------

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Disk & DVD/CD-ROM Drives
------------------------
Drive: C:
Free Space: 69.2 GB
Total Space: 76.3 GB
File System: NTFS
Model: ST380013A

Drive: E:
Free Space: 1.1 GB
Total Space: 2.0 GB
File System: FAT
Model: FUJITSU MPC3032AT

Drive: F:
Free Space: 0.5 GB
Total Space: 1.0 GB
File System: FAT
Model: FUJITSU MPC3032AT

Drive: D:
Model: LITE-ON CD-ROM LTN-527T
Driver: c:windowssystem32driverscdrom.sys, 5.01.2600.1106 (English), 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 47488 bytes

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System Devices
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Name: Linksys LNE100TX Fast Ethernet Adapter(LNE100TX v4) #2
Device ID: PCIVEN_1317&DEV_0985&SUBSYS_05741317&REV_113&61A AA01&0&70
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSan983.sys, 2.17.1025.2001 (English), 8/28/2002 22:59:12, 36224 bytes

Name: VIA CPU to AGP2.0/AGP3.0 Controller
Device ID: PCIVEN_1106&DEV_B198&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_003&61A AA01&0&08
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSVIAAGP1.SYS, 5.01.0000.3442 (English), 7/2/2003 04:42:00, 27904 bytes

Name: VIA Standard Host Bridge
Device ID: PCIVEN_1106&DEV_3189&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_803&61A AA01&0&00
Driver: n/a

Name: VIA Standard PCI to ISA Bridge
Device ID: PCIVEN_1106&DEV_3177&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_003&61A AA01&0&88
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSisapnp.sys, 5.01.2600.0000 (English), 8/17/2001 13:58:02, 35840 bytes

Name: Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller
Device ID: PCIVEN_1106&DEV_3104&SUBSYS_80A11043&REV_823&61A AA01&0&83
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbehci.sys, 5.01.2600.1243 (English), 7/3/2003 17:50:46, 25216 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbport.sys, 5.01.2600.1243 (English), 7/3/2003 17:49:30, 138752 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbhub.sys, 5.01.2600.1243 (English), 7/3/2003 17:52:58, 53120 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32hccoin.dll, 5.01.2600.1243 (English), 7/3/2003 17:50:12, 5632 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32usbui.dll, 5.01.2600.0000 (English), 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 67072 bytes

Name: VIA Rhine II Fast Ethernet Adapter
Device ID: PCIVEN_1106&DEV_3065&SUBSYS_80A11043&REV_743&61A AA01&0&90
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSfetnd5b.sys, 3.35.0000.0420 (English), 6/10/2004 11:22:12, 42496 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32wcoinst.dll, 1.00.0000.0008 (English), 6/2/2004 14:28:46, 10656 bytes

Name: SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio
Device ID: PCIVEN_1106&DEV_3059&SUBSYS_80A11043&REV_503&61A AA01&0&8D
Driver: n/a

Name: VIA Rev 5 or later USB Universal Host Controller
Device ID: PCIVEN_1106&DEV_3038&SUBSYS_80A11043&REV_803&61A AA01&0&82
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbuhci.sys, 5.01.2600.1243 (English), 7/3/2003 17:51:46, 19328 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbport.sys, 5.01.2600.1243 (English), 7/3/2003 17:49:30, 138752 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbhub.sys, 5.01.2600.1243 (English), 7/3/2003 17:52:58, 53120 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32usbui.dll, 5.01.2600.0000 (English), 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 67072 bytes

Name: VIA Rev 5 or later USB Universal Host Controller
Device ID: PCIVEN_1106&DEV_3038&SUBSYS_80A11043&REV_803&61A AA01&0&81
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbuhci.sys, 5.01.2600.1243 (English), 7/3/2003 17:51:46, 19328 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbport.sys, 5.01.2600.1243 (English), 7/3/2003 17:49:30, 138752 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbhub.sys, 5.01.2600.1243 (English), 7/3/2003 17:52:58, 53120 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32usbui.dll, 5.01.2600.0000 (English), 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 67072 bytes

Name: VIA Rev 5 or later USB Universal Host Controller
Device ID: PCIVEN_1106&DEV_3038&SUBSYS_80A11043&REV_803&61A AA01&0&80
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbuhci.sys, 5.01.2600.1243 (English), 7/3/2003 17:51:46, 19328 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbport.sys, 5.01.2600.1243 (English), 7/3/2003 17:49:30, 138752 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSsystem32driversusbhub.sys, 5.01.2600.1243 (English), 7/3/2003 17:52:58, 53120 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32usbui.dll, 5.01.2600.0000 (English), 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 67072 bytes

Name: VIA Bus Master IDE Controller
Device ID: PCIVEN_1106&DEV_0571&SUBSYS_80A11043&REV_063&61A AA01&0&89
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSviaide.sys, 1.00.0001.0000 (English), 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 4864 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSpciidex.sys, 5.01.2600.1106 (English), 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 23680 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSatapi.sys, 5.01.2600.1106 (English), 3/31/2003 05:00:00, 86912 bytes

Name: NVIDIA GeForce FX 5600
Device ID: PCIVEN_10DE&DEV_0312&SUBSYS_040110B0&REV_A14&1FE B96E4&0&0008
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSnv4_mini.sys, 6.14.0010.5672 (English), 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 1895648 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvinstnt.dll, 6.14.0010.5672 (English), 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 131072 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvsvc32.exe, 6.14.0010.5672 (English), 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 110659 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvcod.dll, 1.00.0000.0015 (English), 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 32256 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvcodins.dll, 1.00.0000.0015 (English), 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 32256 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nv4_disp.dll, 6.14.0010.5672 (English), 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 4274560 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvoglnt.dll, 6.14.0010.5672 (English), 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 4874240 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvcpl.dll, 6.14.0010.5672 (English), 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 3309568 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvmctray.dll, 6.14.0010.5672 (English), 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 46080 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvwddi.dll, 6.14.0010.5672 (English), 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 36864 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvwdmcpl.dll, 6.14.0010.5672 (English), 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 1617920 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWSSystem32nvnt4cpl.dll, 6.14.0010.5672 (English), 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 241664 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWShelpnvcpl.hlp, 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 87403 bytes
Driver: C:WINDOWShelpnvwcplen.hlp, 3/24/2004 10:04:00, 49796 bytes

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DirectX Components
------------------
ddraw.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 257536 bytes
ddrawex.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 24064 bytes
dxapi.sys: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail 8/23/2001 05:00:00 10496 bytes
d3d8.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 1156608 bytes
d3d8thk.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 8192 bytes
d3d9.dll: 5.03.0001.0902 English Final Retail 5/30/2003 09:00:02 1613312 bytes
d3dim.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail 8/23/2001 05:00:00 436224 bytes
d3dim700.dll: 5.03.0001.0902 English Final Retail 5/30/2003 09:00:02 797184 bytes
d3dramp.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail 8/23/2001 05:00:00 590336 bytes
d3drm.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail 8/23/2001 05:00:00 350208 bytes
d3dxof.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail 8/23/2001 05:00:00 47616 bytes
d3dpmesh.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail 8/23/2001 05:00:00 34816 bytes
dplay.dll: 5.00.2134.0001 English Final Retail 3/31/2003 05:00:00 33040 bytes
dplayx.dll: 5.03.0000.0903 English Final Retail 4/14/2004 14:56:46 219648 bytes
dpmodemx.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 22016 bytes
dpwsock.dll: 5.00.2134.0001 English Final Retail 3/31/2003 05:00:00 42768 bytes
dpwsockx.dll: 5.03.0000.0903 English Final Retail 4/12/2004 23:11:26 76800 bytes
dplaysvr.exe: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 28160 bytes
dpnsvr.exe: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 16896 bytes
dpnet.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 377856 bytes
dpnlobby.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 3072 bytes
dpnaddr.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 3072 bytes
dpvoice.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 203264 bytes
dpvsetup.exe: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 80896 bytes
dpvvox.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 112128 bytes
dpvacm.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 19968 bytes
dpnhpast.dll: 5.03.0000.0901 English Final Retail 3/24/2003 09:00:02 32768 bytes
dpnhupnp.dll: 5.03.0000.0901 English Final Retail 3/24/2003 09:00:02 68096 bytes
dpserial.dll: 5.00.2134.0001 English Final Retail 3/31/2003 05:00:00 53520 bytes
dinput.dll: 5.01.2600.1106 English Final Retail 8/29/2002 03:40:00 151552 bytes
dinput8.dll: 5.01.2600.1106 English Final Retail 8/29/2002 03:40:00 168960 bytes
dimap.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail 8/23/2001 05:00:00 44032 bytes
diactfrm.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail 8/23/2001 05:00:00 394240 bytes
joy.cpl: 5.01.2600.1106 English Final Retail 8/29/2002 03:41:00 208896 bytes
gcdef.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail 8/23/2001 05:00:00 223232 bytes
pid.dll: 5.01.2600.1106 English Final Retail 8/29/2002 03:41:00 31744 bytes
gameenum.sys: 5.01.2600.1106 English Final Retail 3/31/2003 05:00:00 9856 bytes
dsound.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 336384 bytes
dsound3d.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 1294336 bytes
dswave.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 18432 bytes
dsdmo.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 186880 bytes
dsdmoprp.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 68096 bytes
dmusic.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 97280 bytes
dmband.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 27136 bytes
dmcompos.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 58368 bytes
dmime.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 171520 bytes
dmloader.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 33280 bytes
dmstyle.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 98816 bytes
dmsynth.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 100864 bytes
dmscript.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 76800 bytes
system.dll: 1.01.4322.0573 English Final Retail 5/22/2004 16:07:38 1216512 bytes
dx7vb.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 602624 bytes
dx8vb.dll: 5.03.0001.0902 English Final Retail 5/30/2003 09:00:02 1189888 bytes
dxdiagn.dll: 5.03.0001.0902 English Final Retail 5/30/2003 09:00:02 1675264 bytes
mfc40.dll: 4.01.0000.6140 English Final Retail 3/31/2003 05:00:00 924432 bytes
mfc42.dll: 6.00.8665.0000 English Beta Retail 3/31/2003 05:00:00 995383 bytes
wsock32.dll: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail 3/31/2003 05:00:00 21504 bytes
amstream.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 64512 bytes
devenum.dll: 6.05.0001.0902 English Final Retail 5/30/2003 09:00:02 53248 bytes
dxmasf.dll: 6.04.0009.1125 English Final Retail 3/31/2003 05:00:00 498205 bytes
mciqtz32.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 34304 bytes
mpg2splt.ax: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 136192 bytes
msdmo.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 13312 bytes
encapi.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 18944 bytes
qasf.dll: 9.00.0000.2980 English Final Retail 12/11/2002 17:34:40 241664 bytes
qcap.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 177152 bytes
qdv.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 268800 bytes
qdvd.dll: 6.05.0001.0902 English Final Retail 5/30/2003 09:00:02 355840 bytes
qedit.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 524800 bytes
qedwipes.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 733184 bytes
quartz.dll: 6.05.0001.0902 English Final Retail 5/30/2003 09:00:02 1246208 bytes
strmdll.dll: 4.01.0000.3928 English Final Retail 3/31/2003 05:00:00 251904 bytes
iac25_32.ax: 2.00.0005.0053 English Final Retail 11/14/2002 12:58:00 199680 bytes
ir41_32.ax: 4.51.0016.0003 English Final Retail 11/14/2002 12:58:00 848384 bytes
ir41_qc.dll: 4.30.0062.0002 English Final Retail 11/14/2002 12:58:02 120320 bytes
ir41_qcx.dll: 4.30.0064.0001 English Final Retail 11/14/2002 12:58:02 338432 bytes
ir50_32.dll: 5.2562.0015.0055 English Final Retail 11/14/2002 12:58:02 755200 bytes
ir50_qc.dll: 5.00.0063.0048 English Final Retail 11/14/2002 12:58:04 200192 bytes
ir50_qcx.dll: 5.00.0064.0048 English Final Retail 11/14/2002 12:58:04 183808 bytes
ivfsrc.ax: 5.10.0002.0051 English Final Retail 11/14/2002 12:58:06 154624 bytes
mswebdvd.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 194560 bytes
ks.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 130304 bytes
ksproxy.ax: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 117248 bytes
ksuser.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 4096 bytes
stream.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 45696 bytes
mspclock.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 5248 bytes
mspqm.sys: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail 8/23/2001 05:00:00 4608 bytes
mskssrv.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 7424 bytes
swenum.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 4096 bytes
mstee.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 12/12/2002 00:14:32 5504 bytes
bdaplgin.ax: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:26 16896 bytes
bdasup.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:26 11392 bytes
msdvbnp.ax: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:26 52224 bytes
psisdecd.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:28 354816 bytes
psisrndr.ax: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:28 30208 bytes
ipsink.ax: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:26 14848 bytes
mpeg2data.ax: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:26 57856 bytes
ndisip.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:28 10112 bytes
mpe.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:26 15104 bytes
streamip.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:28 14976 bytes
msvidctl.dll: 6.05.0001.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:28 1230336 bytes
slip.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:28 10880 bytes
nabtsfec.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:28 83968 bytes
ccdecode.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:26 16384 bytes
vbisurf.ax: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:30 27648 bytes
msyuv.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:28 16896 bytes
kstvtune.ax: 5.03.0001.0902 English Final Retail 6/4/2003 10:30:32 274432 bytes
ksxbar.ax: 5.03.0001.0902 English Final Retail 6/4/2003 09:18:28 39424 bytes
kswdmcap.ax: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:32 226304 bytes
wstcodec.sys: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:32 18688 bytes
wstdecod.dll: 5.03.0000.0900 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:16:32 47104 bytes
msdv.sys: 5.01.2600.0000 English Final Retail 2/17/2003 10:21:50 52096 bytes




Hi!

I am currently in safe mode here :-( I can't boot my computer in the
ordinary way, it freezes after the Windows XP logo is shown, and after
10-15min it sometimes displays the desktop background but I haven't got past
that for a while now.

I enabled /bootlog in boot.ini and the following snippet is from my
ntbtlog.txt file. The problem is that I don't know if the boot log is from
the safe mode boot or from my failed boot (the one before the safe mode).

As I am no driver guru I don't know if this looks bad or not. What seems
strange though is that the boot seems to loop. The Audio Codecs (as an
example) are loaded over and over again... the log file is 43kB long and
here and there there are some drivers that are loaded....

Any suggestions on what I could do is very appreciated!!

/ Peter in Safe Mode

Here's the snippet:
Service Pack 2 1 27 2005 19:44:04.500
Loaded driver WINDOWSsystem32ntoskrnl.exe
Loaded driver WINDOWSsystem32hal.dll
Loaded driver WINDOWSsystem32KDCOM.DLL
Loaded driver WINDOWSsystem32BOOTVID.dll
Loaded driver ACPI.sys
Loaded driver WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSWMILIB.SYS
Loaded driver pci.sys
Loaded driver isapnp.sys
Loaded driver pciide.sys
Loaded driver WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSPCIIDEX.SYS
Loaded driver MountMgr.sys
Loaded driver ftdisk.sys
Loaded driver dmload.sys
Loaded driver dmio.sys
Loaded driver PartMgr.sys
Loaded driver VolSnap.sys
Loaded driver daemon.sys
Loaded driver WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSSCSIPORT.SYS
Loaded driver atapi.sys
Loaded driver disk.sys
Loaded driver WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSCLASSPNP.SYS
Loaded driver fltmgr.sys
Loaded driver sr.sys
Loaded driver PxHelp20.sys
Loaded driver KSecDD.sys
Loaded driver ifpusb.sys
Loaded driver WINDOWSSystem32DRIVERSUSBD.SYS
Loaded driver Ntfs.sys
Loaded driver NDIS.sys
Loaded driver sisagp.sys
Loaded driver Mup.sys
Did not load driver Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) PC
Did not load driver Audio Codecs ############## 1
Did not load driver Legacy Audio Drivers
Did not load driver Media Control Devices
Did not load driver Legacy Video Capture Devices
Did not load driver Video Codecs
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (L2TP)
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (IP)
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (PPPOE)
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (PPTP)
Did not load driver Packet Scheduler Miniport
Did not load driver Packet Scheduler Miniport
Did not load driver Direct Parallel
Did not load driver NetOp Driver 3 ver. 7.01 (2002018)
Did not load driver Audio Codecs ############## 2
Did not load driver Legacy Audio Drivers
Did not load driver Media Control Devices
Did not load driver Legacy Video Capture Devices
Did not load driver Video Codecs
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (L2TP)
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (IP)
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (PPPOE)
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (PPTP)
Did not load driver Packet Scheduler Miniport
Did not load driver Packet Scheduler Miniport
Did not load driver Direct Parallel
Did not load driver NetOp Driver 3 ver. 7.01 (2002018)
Did not load driver Intel Processor
Did not load driver Audio Codecs ############## 3
Did not load driver Legacy Audio Drivers
Did not load driver Media Control Devices
Did not load driver Legacy Video Capture Devices
Did not load driver Video Codecs
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (L2TP)

..... a very long section that more or less loops ...

Did not load driver Audio Codecs
Did not load driver Legacy Audio Drivers
Did not load driver Media Control Devices
Did not load driver Legacy Video Capture Devices
Did not load driver Video Codecs
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (L2TP)
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (IP)
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (PPPOE)
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (PPTP)
Did not load driver Packet Scheduler Miniport
Did not load driver Packet Scheduler Miniport
Did not load driver Direct Parallel
Did not load driver NetOp Driver 3 ver. 7.01 (2002018)
Did not load driver Intel Processor
Did not load driver ABIT Siluro GF4 MX
Loaded driver SystemRootSystem32DRIVERSusbohci.sys
Loaded driver SystemRootSystem32DRIVERSimapi.sys
Loaded driver SystemRootSystem32DRIVERScdrom.sys
Loaded driver SystemRootSystem32DRIVERSredbook.sys
Did not load driver Creative SB Live! Value (WDM)
Did not load driver Creative SBLive! Gameport
Did not load driver 3Com EtherLink XL 10/100 PCI TX NIC (3C905B-TX)
Did not load driver CMI8738/C3DX PCI Audio Device
Loaded driver SystemRootSystem32DRIVERSfdc.sys
Did not load driver Communications Port
Did not load driver Communications Port
Did not load driver Printer Port
Loaded driver SystemRootSystem32DRIVERSi8042prt.sys
Loaded driver SystemRootSystem32DRIVERSkbdclass.sys
Did not load driver Audio Codecs
Did not load driver Legacy Audio Drivers

.... blah blah ...

Did not load driver Audio Codecs
Did not load driver Legacy Audio Drivers
Did not load driver Media Control Devices
Did not load driver Legacy Video Capture Devices
Did not load driver Video Codecs
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (L2TP)
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (IP)
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (PPPOE)
Did not load driver WAN Miniport (PPTP)
Did not load driver Packet Scheduler Miniport
Did not load driver Packet Scheduler Miniport
Did not load driver Direct Parallel
Did not load driver NetOp Driver 3 ver. 7.01 (2002018)
Loaded driver SystemRootSystem32DriversFastfat.SYS

End of File!




It's nice that Microsoft is thinking about the issues,
but has anyone read the first article? It lists just
about every piece of software known to man and provides
NO DETAILS. Very helpful, MS.

-----Original Message-----

Programs That May Behave Differently in Windows XP
Service Pack 2

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-
us;884130

Some Programs Seem to Stop Working After You Install
Windows XP Service Pack
2

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=842242

Troubleshooting Windows Firewall Settings in Windows XP
Service Pack 2

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=875357

How to troubleshoot problems accessing secure Web pages
with Internet
Explorer 6 Service Pack 2

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-
US;870700

You receive a "Data Execution Prevention" error message
in Windows XP
Service Pack 2

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?
kbid=875351#appliesto

8/12/2004 873182 You receive an "Application is
terminating" error message
when you view the Quicken Deluxe 2001 privacy statement
on a computer that
is running Windows XP Service Pack 2
(873182) - Describes a problem where you receive
an "Abnormal program
termination" error message when you run Quicken Deluxe
2001 on a Windows XP
SP2-based computer.

8/12/2004 842844 How to install Windows XP Service
Pack 2 (SP2) by using
Systems Management Server
(842844) - Describes how to use Systems Management
Server to deploy Windows
XP Service Pack 2 to your Windows XP clients.

8/12/2004 297942 Service redirection does not apply to
Internet Connection
Firewall
(297942) - In Windows XP, the Internet Connection
Firewall (ICF) (called
Windows Firewall (WF) in Windows XP Service Pack 2
(SP2)) and Internet
Connection Sharing (ICS) features share a common
interface for configuring
services to which Internet users can gain...

8/12/2004 841375 A message stating that an instance of
SQL Server is
vulnerable to virus attacks is logged in the application
event log when you
install SQL Server 2000 or MSDE 2000 on a computer that
is running Windows
XP Service Pack 2
(841375) - When you install SQL Server 2000 SP2 or MSDE
2000 SP2 or earlier
versions on computers that are running Windows XP SP2,
you must install the
latest SQL Server 2000 service pack or the latest MSDE
2000 service pack to
help protect your computer.

8/12/2004 842907 SQL Server CE client programs may not
be able to connect
to IIS on computers that are running Windows XP SP2
(842907) - Describes a problem that may occur when your
SQL Server CE client
program may not be able to connect to IIS on computers
that are running
Windows XP SP2. Includes a resolution for the problem.

8/7/2004 841893 The Enterprise Single Sign-On Service
and associated
BizTalk Server 2004 services fail after you install
Windows XP Service Pack
2 (SP2)
(841893) - Explains why you cannot start the Enterprise
Single Sign-On
Service or the BizTalk Server Application Service after
you install Windows
XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) on a computer that is running
BizTalk Server 2004.

8/13/2004 841549 How to enable ports on Windows XP SP2
for Analysis
Services and SQL Server 7.0 OLAP Services
(841549) - Describes how to configure Windows Firewall
in Windows XP SP2 to
permit SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services or SQL Server
7.0 OLAP Services to
communicate by using the network.

8/12/2004 841624 The SMS Administrator console cannot
display Windows
Event Viewer, Windows Diagnostics or Windows Performance
Monitor for Windows
XP Service Pack 2 clients
(841624) - Describes an issue where you cannot use the
SMS Administrator
console to view some Windows XP Professional SP2 tools.

8/13/2004 837651 USB audio/video devices do not resume
from standby on
some portable computers
(837651) - Describes a problem that occurs on some
portable computer
systems. Some systems do not resume from standby or from
hybernate when a
USB kernel streaming device is installed. Problem is
resolved in Windows XP
SP2. Visit the Windows Update Web site.

8/13/2004 839278 BUG: The changes in a remote
subscriber are not updated
to the publisher for a queued updating replication that
uses Message Queuing
on a computer that is running Windows XP Service Pack 2
(839278) - After installing Windows XP SP2, the changes
that are made in a
remote subscriber are not updated to the publisher if
Message Queuing is
used for the queued updating publication. This article
discusses a
workaround that resolves this problem.

8/13/2004 839018 The NET SEND command may not work
correctly on a computer
that is running Windows XP Service Pack 2
(839018) - By default, the NET SEND command fails when
either the source or
the destination computer is running Windows XP Service
Pack 2 (SP2). This
article discusses a workaround for this problem.

13) 8/12/2004 833977 How to turn on remote debugging in
Windows XP Service
Pack 2
(833977) - This step-by-step article describes how to
turn on remote
debugging with the new Internet Connection Firewall
(ICF) for Microsoft
Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2). back to the top Turn on
remote debugging To
turn on remote debugging in Windows XP SP2,...

1 7/27/2004 818894 Changes to Increase the Number of
Open Files in Windows
2000 SP2 and Later
(818894) - This article describes a memory management
change that was
introduced in Windows 2000 Service Pack 2 (SP2) that
increases the
scalability and performance of Windows. This change is
included in all later
versions of Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP,...

8/13/2004 832860 Windows XP SP2 clients cannot use
Background Intelligent
Transfer Service to download files from SMS 2003

(832860) - After you upgrade your Microsoft Windows XP-
based client computer
to Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2), the Systems
Management Server (SMS) 2003
Advanced Client may not be able to download package
files when it uses
Background Intelligent Transfer...

8/11/2004 832490 Security enhancements in Microsoft
Windows XP Service
Pack 2
(832490) - With Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2
(SP2), Microsoft is
introducing a set of security technologies that will
help to improve Windows
XP-based computers' ability to withstand malicious
attacks from viruses and
worms. The technologies enhance the...

8/8/2004 321924 INFO: MSXML 3.0 Service Pack 2
Installs Only in Replace
Mode
(321924) - Microsoft XML (MSXML) 3.0 Service Pack 2
(SP2), or later service
pack, installs only in replace mode. This release is
also included with
Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0,
and Microsoft Data
Access Components (MDAC) 2.7. Replace...

Chad Harris

.




this is a Hijack This startup log - as you can see, i am being hacked but i
don't know how to interpret all the data. i believe they created a hidden
partition on my drive, have taken over admin rights and are impersonating the
one user (vince) on the machine.

any help would be most appreciated!!!

sorry for posting such a large log file - the remainder is in a second post
with the same title

(config = winxp sp2 all udates - panasonic touchbook elite - broadband
access through shaw internet)

StartupList report, 1/27/2005, 3:33:50 PM
StartupList version: 1.52.2
Started from : C:Program Fileshijack tmpHijackThis.EXE
Detected: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
Detected: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)
* Using default options
* Including empty and uninteresting sections
* Showing rarely important sections
==================================================

Running processes:

C:WINDOWSSystem32smss.exe
C:WINDOWSsystem32winlogon.exe
C:WINDOWSsystem32services.exe
C:WINDOWSsystem32lsass.exe
C:WINDOWSsystem32svchost.exe
C:WINDOWSSystem32svchost.exe
C:Program FilesCommon FilesSymantec SharedccSetMgr.exe
C:WINDOWSExplorer.EXE
C:Program FilesCommon FilesSymantec SharedccEvtMgr.exe
C:WINDOWSsystem32spoolsv.exe
C:Program FilesSymantec AntiVirusDefWatch.exe
C:Program FilesSymantec AntiVirusRtvscan.exe
C:Program FilesUPHCleanuphclean.exe
C:Program FilesCommon FilesSymantec SharedccApp.exe
C:PROGRA~1SYMANT~1VPTray.exe
C:WINDOWSsystem32igfxtray.exe
C:WINDOWSsystem32hkcmd.exe
C:WINDOWSsystem32hkeyman.exe
C:Program FilesQuickTimeqttask.exe
C:PROGRA~1Mizotecxpnsbar.exe
C:Program FilesWinZipWZQKPICK.EXE
C:WINDOWSsystem32mmc.exe
C:WINDOWSPCHealthHelpCtrBinariesHelpCtr.exe
C:WINDOWSPCHealthHelpCtrBinariesHelpSvc.exe
C:WINDOWSPCHealthHelpCtrBinariesHelpHost.exe
C:WINDOWSsystem32cmd.exe
C:Program FilesInternet Exploreriexplore.exe
C:WINDOWSsystem32rundll32.exe
C:Program Fileshijack tmpHijackThis.exe
C:WINDOWSsystem32NOTEPAD.EXE
C:WINDOWSsystem32taskmgr.exe
C:WINDOWSnotepad.exe

--------------------------------------------------

Listing of startup folders:

Shell folders Startup:
[C:Documents and SettingsVinceStart MenuProgramsStartup]
*No files*

Shell folders AltStartup:
*Folder not found*

User shell folders Startup:
*Folder not found*

User shell folders AltStartup:
*Folder not found*

Shell folders Common Startup:
[C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersStart MenuProgramsStartup]
Adobe Reader Speed Launch.lnk = C:Program FilesAdobeAcrobat
7.0Readerreader_sl.exe
WinZip Quick Pick.lnk = C:Program FilesWinZipWZQKPICK.EXE

Shell folders Common AltStartup:
*Folder not found*

User shell folders Common Startup:
*Folder not found*

User shell folders Alternate Common Startup:
*Folder not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Checking Windows NT UserInit:

[HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionWinlogon]
UserInit = C:WINDOWSsystem32userinit.exe,

[HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionWin logon]
*Registry key not found*

[HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionWinlogon]
*Registry value not found*

[HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionWin logon]
*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries from Registry:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun

ccApp = "C:Program FilesCommon FilesSymantec SharedccApp.exe"
vptray = C:PROGRA~1SYMANT~1VPTray.exe
PCTVOICE = pctspk.exe
IgfxTray = C:WINDOWSsystem32igfxtray.exe
HotKeysCmds = C:WINDOWSsystem32hkcmd.exe
Hotkey = C:WINDOWSsystem32hkeyman.exe
QuickTime Task = "C:Program FilesQuickTimeqttask.exe" -atboottime
Mizo - XP Netstats Bar = C:PROGRA~1Mizotecxpnsbar.exe

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries from Registry:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun Once

*No values found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries from Registry:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun OnceEx

*No values found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries from Registry:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun Services

*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries from Registry:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun ServicesOnce

*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries from Registry:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun

*No values found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries from Registry:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun Once

*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries from Registry:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun OnceEx

*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries from Registry:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun Services

*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries from Registry:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun ServicesOnce

*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries from Registry:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionRun

*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries from Registry:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionRun

*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries in Registry subkeys of:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun
*No subkeys found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries in Registry subkeys of:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun Once
*No subkeys found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries in Registry subkeys of:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun OnceEx
*No subkeys found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries in Registry subkeys of:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun Services
*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries in Registry subkeys of:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun ServicesOnce
*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries in Registry subkeys of:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun
*No subkeys found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries in Registry subkeys of:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun Once
*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries in Registry subkeys of:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun OnceEx
*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries in Registry subkeys of:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun Services
*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries in Registry subkeys of:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun ServicesOnce
*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries in Registry subkeys of:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionRun
*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Autorun entries in Registry subkeys of:
HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionRun
*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

File association entry for .EXE:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTexefileshellopencommand

(Default) = "%1" %*

--------------------------------------------------

File association entry for .COM:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTcomfileshellopencommand

(Default) = "%1" %*

--------------------------------------------------

File association entry for .BAT:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTbatfileshellopencommand

(Default) = "%1" %*

--------------------------------------------------

File association entry for .PIF:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTpiffileshellopencommand

(Default) = "%1" %*

--------------------------------------------------

File association entry for .SCR:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTscrfileshellopencommand

(Default) = "%1" /S

--------------------------------------------------

File association entry for .HTA:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOThtafileshellopencommand

(Default) = C:WINDOWSSystem32mshta.exe "%1" %*

--------------------------------------------------

File association entry for .TXT:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTtxtfileshellopencommand

(Default) = %SystemRoot%system32NOTEPAD.EXE %1

--------------------------------------------------

Enumerating Active Setup stub paths:
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftActive SetupInstalled Components
(* = disabled by HKCU twin)

[{22d6f312-b0f6-11d0-94ab-0080c74c7e95}]
StubPath = C:WINDOWSinfunregmp2.exe /ShowWMP

[{26923b43-4d38-484f-9b9e-de460746276c}] *
StubPath = %systemroot%system32shmgrate.exe OCInstallUserConfigIE

[{60B49E34-C7CC-11D0-8953-00A0C90347FF}MICROS] *
StubPath = RunDLL32 IEDKCS32.DLL,BrandIE4 SIGNUP

[{881dd1c5-3dcf-431b-b061-f3f88e8be88a}] *
StubPath = %systemroot%system32shmgrate.exe OCInstallUserConfigOE

[{2C7339CF-2B09-4501-B3F3-F3508C9228ED}] *
StubPath = %SystemRoot%system32regsvr32.exe /s /n /i:/UserInstall
%SystemRoot%system32themeui.dll

[{44BBA840-CC51-11CF-AAFA-00AA00B6015C}] *
StubPath = "%ProgramFiles%Outlook Expresssetup50.exe" /APP:OE
/CALLER:WINNT /user /install

[{44BBA842-CC51-11CF-AAFA-00AA00B6015B}] *
StubPath = rundll32.exe advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection
C:WINDOWSINFmsnetmtg.inf,NetMtg.Install.PerUser .NT

[{4b218e3e-bc98-4770-93d3-2731b9329278}] *
StubPath = %SystemRoot%System32rundll32.exe setupapi,InstallHinfSection
MarketplaceLinkInstall 896 %systemroot%infie.inf

[{5945c046-1e7d-11d1-bc44-00c04fd912be}] *
StubPath = rundll32.exe advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection
C:WINDOWSINFmsmsgs.inf,BLC.QuietInstall.PerUser

[{6BF52A52-394A-11d3-B153-00C04F79FAA6}] *
StubPath = rundll32.exe advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection
C:WINDOWSINFwmp.inf,PerUserStub

[{7790769C-0471-11d2-AF11-00C04FA35D02}] *
StubPath = "%ProgramFiles%Outlook Expresssetup50.exe" /APP:WAB
/CALLER:WINNT /user /install

[{89820200-ECBD-11cf-8B85-00AA005B4340}] *
StubPath = regsvr32.exe /s /n /i:U shell32.dll

[{89820200-ECBD-11cf-8B85-00AA005B4383}] *
StubPath = %SystemRoot%system32ie4uinit.exe

--------------------------------------------------

Enumerating ICQ Agent Autostart apps:
HKCUSoftwareMirabilisICQAgentApps

*Registry key not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Load/Run keys from C:WINDOWSWIN.INI:

load=*INI section not found*
run=*INI section not found*

Load/Run keys from Registry:

HKLM..Windows NTCurrentVersionWinLogon: load=*Registry value not found*
HKLM..Windows NTCurrentVersionWinLogon: run=*Registry value not found*
HKLM..WindowsCurrentVersionWinLogon: load=*Registry key not found*
HKLM..WindowsCurrentVersionWinLogon: run=*Registry key not found*
HKCU..Windows NTCurrentVersionWinLogon: load=*Registry value not found*
HKCU..Windows NTCurrentVersionWinLogon: run=*Registry value not found*
HKCU..WindowsCurrentVersionWinLogon: load=*Registry key not found*
HKCU..WindowsCurrentVersionWinLogon: run=*Registry key not found*
HKCU..Windows NTCurrentVersionWindows: load=
HKCU..Windows NTCurrentVersionWindows: run=*Registry value not found*
HKLM..Windows NTCurrentVersionWindows: load=*Registry value not found*
HKLM..Windows NTCurrentVersionWindows: run=*Registry value not found*
HKLM..Windows NTCurrentVersionWindows: AppInit_DLLs=

--------------------------------------------------

Shell & screensaver key from C:WINDOWSSYSTEM.INI:

Shell=*INI section not found*
SCRNSAVE.EXE=*INI section not found*
drivers=*INI section not found*

Shell & screensaver key from Registry:

Shell=Explorer.exe
SCRNSAVE.EXE=
drivers=*Registry value not found*

Policies Shell key:

HKCU..Policies: Shell=*Registry key not found*
HKLM..Policies: Shell=*Registry value not found*

--------------------------------------------------

Checking for EXPLORER.EXE instances:

C:WINDOWSExplorer.exe: PRESENT!

C:Explorer.exe: not present
C:WINDOWSExplorerExplorer.exe: not present
C:WINDOWSSystemExplorer.exe: not present
C:WINDOWSSystem32Explorer.exe: not present
C:WINDOWSCommandExplorer.exe: not present
C:WINDOWSFontsExplorer.exe: not present

--------------------------------------------------

Checking for superhidden extensions:

..lnk: HIDDEN! (arrow overlay: yes)
..pif: HIDDEN! (arrow overlay: yes)
..exe: not hidden
..com: not hidden
..bat: not hidden
..hta: not hidden
..scr: not hidden
..shs: HIDDEN!
..shb: HIDDEN!
..vbs: not hidden
..vbe: not hidden
..wsh: not hidden
..scf: HIDDEN! (arrow overlay: NO!)
..url: HIDDEN! (arrow overlay: yes)
..js: not hidden
..jse: not hidden

--------------------------------------------------

Verifying REGEDIT.EXE integrity:

- Regedit.exe found in C:WINDOWS
- .reg open command is normal (regedit.exe %1)
- Company name OK: 'Microsoft Corporation'
- Original filename OK: 'REGEDIT.EXE'
- File description: 'Registry Editor'

Registry check passed

--------------------------------------------------

Enumerating Browser Helper Objects:

(no name) - C:Program FilesAdobeAcrobat 7.0ActiveXAcroIEHelper.dll -
{06849E9F-C8D7-4D59-B87D-784B7D6BE0B3}

--------------------------------------------------

Enumerating Task Scheduler jobs:

*No jobs found*

--------------------------------------------------

Enumerating Download Program Files:

[Office Update Installation Engine]
InProcServer32 = C:WINDOWSopuc.dll
CODEBASE = http://office.microsoft.com/officeup...ntent/opuc.cab

[Shockwave Flash Object]
InProcServer32 = C:WINDOWSsystem32macromedflashFlash.ocx
CODEBASE = http://download.macromedia.com/pub/s...sh/swflash.cab

[MSN Money Ticker]
InProcServer32 = C:WINDOWSDownloaded Program Filesticker13.ocx
CODEBASE = http://fdl.msn.com/public/investor/v13/ticker.cab

--------------------------------------------------

Enumerating Winsock LSP files:

NameSpace #1: C:WINDOWSSystem32mswsock.dll
NameSpace #2: C:WINDOWSSystem32winrnr.dll
NameSpace #3: C:WINDOWSSystem32mswsock.dll
Protocol #1: C:WINDOWSsystem32mswsock.dll
Protocol #2: C:WINDOWSsystem32mswsock.dll
Protocol #3: C:WINDOWSsystem32mswsock.dll
Protocol #4: C:WINDOWSsystem32rsvpsp.dll
Protocol #5: C:WINDOWSsystem32rsvpsp.dll
Protocol #6: C:WINDOWSsystem32mswsock.dll
Protocol #7: C:WINDOWSsystem32mswsock.dll
Protocol #8: C:WINDOWSsystem32mswsock.dll
Protocol #9: C:WINDOWSsystem32mswsock.dll
Protocol #10: C:WINDOWSsystem32mswsock.dll
Protocol #11: C:WINDOWSsystem32mswsock.dll

--------------------------------------------------

Enumerating Windows NT/2000/XP services

Intel(r) 82801 Audio Driver Install Service (WDM):
system32driversac97intc.sys (manual start)
Microsoft ACPI Driver: System32DRIVERSACPI.sys (system)
Microsoft Embedded Controller Driver: System32DRIVERSACPIEC.sys (system)
Microsoft Kernel Acoustic Echo Canceller: system32driversaec.sys (manual
start)
AFD Networking Support Environment: SystemRootSystem32driversafd.sys
(system)
Alerter: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k LocalService (disabled)
Application Layer Gateway Service: %SystemRoot%System32alg.exe (manual
start)
Application Management: %SystemRoot%system32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (manual
start)
RAS Asynchronous Media Driver: System32DRIVERSasyncmac.sys (manual start)
Standard IDE/ESDI Hard Disk Controller: System32DRIVERSatapi.sys (system)
ATM ARP Client Protocol: System32DRIVERSatmarpc.sys (manual start)
Windows Audio: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (autostart)
Audio Stub Driver: System32DRIVERSaudstub.sys (manual start)
Background Intelligent Transfer Service: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe
-k netsvcs (manual start)
Computer Browser: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (autostart)
Symantec Event Manager: "C:Program FilesCommon FilesSymantec
SharedccEvtMgr.exe" (autostart)
Symantec Password Validation: "C:Program FilesCommon FilesSymantec
SharedccPwdSvc.exe" (manual start)
Symantec Settings Manager: "C:Program FilesCommon FilesSymantec
SharedccSetMgr.exe" (autostart)
CD-ROM Driver: System32DRIVERScdrom.sys (system)
Indexing Service: %SystemRoot%system32cisvc.exe (manual start)
ClipBook: %SystemRoot%system32clipsrv.exe (disabled)
Microsoft ACPI Control Method Battery Driver: System32DRIVERSCmBatt.sys
(manual start)
Microsoft Composite Battery Driver: System32DRIVERScompbatt.sys (system)
COM+ System Application: C:WINDOWSSystem32dllhost.exe
/Processid:{02D4B3F1-FD88-11D1-960D-00805FC79235} (manual start)
Cryptographic Services: %SystemRoot%system32svchost.exe -k netsvcs
(autostart)
DCOM Server Process Launcher: %SystemRoot%system32svchost -k DcomLaunch
(autostart)
Symantec AntiVirus Definition Watcher: "C:Program FilesSymantec
AntiVirusDefWatch.exe" (autostart)
DHCP Client: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (autostart)
Disk Driver: System32DRIVERSdisk.sys (system)
Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service:
%SystemRoot%System32dmadmin.exe /com (manual start)
dmboot: System32driversdmboot.sys (disabled)
Logical Disk Manager Driver: System32driversdmio.sys (system)
dmload: System32driversdmload.sys (system)
Logical Disk Manager: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (autostart)
Microsoft Kernel DLS Syntheiszer: system32driversDMusic.sys (manual start)
DNS Client: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k NetworkService (autostart)
Microsoft Kernel DRM Audio Descrambler: system32driversdrmkaud.sys (manual
start)
Error Reporting Service: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs
(autostart)
Event Log: %SystemRoot%system32services.exe (autostart)
COM+ Event System: C:WINDOWSSystem32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (manual start)
Fast User Switching Compatibility: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k
netsvcs (manual start)
FltMgr: system32driversfltmgr.sys (system)
Volume Manager Driver: System32DRIVERSftdisk.sys (system)
Generic Packet Classifier: System32DRIVERSmsgpc.sys (manual start)
Help and Support: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (autostart)
Human Interface Device Access: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs
(disabled)
Panasonic Hotkey Driver: system32DRIVERSHOTKEY.SYS (manual start)
HTTP: System32DriversHTTP.sys (manual start)
HTTP SSL: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k HTTPFilter (manual start)
i8042 Keyboard and PS/2 Mouse Port Driver: System32DRIVERSi8042prt.sys
(system)
ialm: system32DRIVERSialmnt5.sys (manual start)
CD-Burning Filter Driver: System32DRIVERSimapi.sys (system)
IMAPI CD-Burning COM Service: C:WINDOWSSystem32imapi.exe (manual start)
IntelIde: System32DRIVERSintelide.sys (system)
Intel Processor Driver: System32DRIVERSintelppm.sys (system)
IPv6 Windows Firewall Driver: system32driversip6fw.sys (manual start)
IP Traffic Filter Driver: System32DRIVERSipfltdrv.sys (manual start)
IP in IP Tunnel Driver: System32DRIVERSipinip.sys (manual start)
IP Network Address Translator: System32DRIVERSipnat.sys (manual start)
IPSEC driver: System32DRIVERSipsec.sys (system)
IR Enumerator Service: System32DRIVERSirenum.sys (manual start)
PnP ISA/EISA Bus Driver: System32DRIVERSisapnp.sys (system)
Keyboard Class Driver: System32DRIVERSkbdclass.sys (system)
Microsoft Kernel Wave Audio Mixer: system32driverskmixer.sys (manual start)
Server: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (autostart)
Workstation: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (autostart)
TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k LocalService
(autostart)
Messenger: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (disabled)
NetMeeting Remote Desktop Sharing: C:WINDOWSSystem32mnmsrvc.exe (manual
start)
Mouse Class Driver: System32DRIVERSmouclass.sys (system)
WebDav Client Redirector: System32DRIVERSmrxdav.sys (manual start)
MRXSMB: System32DRIVERSmrxsmb.sys (system)
Distributed Transaction Coordinator: C:WINDOWSSystem32msdtc.exe (manual
start)
Windows Installer: C:WINDOWSSystem32msiexec.exe /V (manual start)
Microsoft Streaming Service Proxy: system32driversMSKSSRV.sys (manual start)
Microsoft Streaming Clock Proxy: system32driversMSPCLOCK.sys (manual start)
Microsoft Streaming Quality Manager Proxy: system32driversMSPQM.sys
(manual start)
Microsoft System Management BIOS Driver: System32DRIVERSmssmbios.sys
(manual start)
NAVENG: ??C:PROGRA~1COMMON~1SYMANT~1VIRUSD~12005011 9.041naveng.sys
(manual start)
NAVEX15: ??C:PROGRA~1COMMON~1SYMANT~1VIRUSD~12005011 9.041navex15.sys
(manual start)
Remote Access NDIS TAPI Driver: System32DRIVERSndistapi.sys (manual start)
NDIS Usermode I/O Protocol: System32DRIVERSndisuio.sys (manual start)
Remote Access NDIS WAN Driver: System32DRIVERSndiswan.sys (manual start)
NetBIOS Interface: System32DRIVERSnetbios.sys (system)
NetBios over Tcpip: System32DRIVERSnetbt.sys (system)
Network DDE: %SystemRoot%system32netdde.exe (disabled)
Network DDE DSDM: %SystemRoot%system32netdde.exe (disabled)
Net Logon: %SystemRoot%System32lsass.exe (manual start)
Network Connections: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (manual
start)
Network Location Awareness (NLA): %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k
netsvcs (manual start)
NT LM Security Support Provider: %SystemRoot%System32lsass.exe (manual
start)
Removable Storage: %SystemRoot%system32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (manual start)
IPX Traffic Filter Driver: System32DRIVERSnwlnkflt.sys (manual start)
IPX Traffic Forwarder Driver: System32DRIVERSnwlnkfwd.sys (manual start)
PCI Bus Driver: System32DRIVERSpci.sys (system)
PCIIde: system32DRIVERSpciide.sys (system)
Pcmcia: System32DRIVERSpcmcia.sys (system)
Plug and Play: %SystemRoot%system32services.exe (autostart)
IPSEC Services: %SystemRoot%System32lsass.exe (autostart)
WAN Miniport (PPTP): System32DRIVERSraspptp.sys (manual start)
Processor Driver: System32DRIVERSprocessr.sys (system)
Protected Storage: %SystemRoot%system32lsass.exe (autostart)
QoS Packet Scheduler: System32DRIVERSpsched.sys (manual start)
Direct Parallel Link Driver: System32DRIVERSptilink.sys (manual start)
W2K Pctel Serial Device Driver: system32DRIVERSptserial.sys (manual start)
Remote Access Auto Connection Driver: System32DRIVERSrasacd.sys (system)
Remote Access Auto Connection Manager: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k
netsvcs (manual start)
WAN Miniport (L2TP): System32DRIVERSrasl2tp.sys (manual start)
Remote Access Connection Manager: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k
netsvcs (manual start)
Remote Access PPPOE Driver: System32DRIVERSraspppoe.sys (manual start)
Direct Parallel: System32DRIVERSraspti.sys (manual start)
Rdbss: System32DRIVERSrdbss.sys (system)
RDPCDD: System32DRIVERSRDPCDD.sys (system)
Terminal Server Device Redirector Driver: System32DRIVERSrdpdr.sys (manual
start)
Remote Desktop Help Session Manager: C:WINDOWSsystem32sessmgr.exe (manual
start)
Digital CD Audio Playback Filter Driver: System32DRIVERSredbook.sys (system)
Routing and Remote Access: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs
(disabled)
Remote Registry: %SystemRoot%system32svchost.exe -k LocalService (autostart)
Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Locator: %SystemRoot%System32locator.exe
(manual start)
Remote Procedure Call (RPC): %SystemRoot%system32svchost -k rpcss
(autostart)
QoS RSVP: %SystemRoot%System32rsvp.exe (manual start)
Realtek RTL8139(A/B/C)-based PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter NT Driver:
System32DRIVERSRTL8139.SYS (manual start)
Security Accounts Manager: %SystemRoot%system32lsass.exe (autostart)
SAVRoam: "C:Program FilesSymantec AntiVirusSavRoam.exe" (manual start)
SAVRT: ??C:Program FilesSymantec AntiVirussavrt.sys (system)
SAVRTPEL: ??C:Program FilesSymantec AntiVirusSavrtpel.sys (autostart)
Smart Card: %SystemRoot%System32SCardSvr.exe (manual start)
Task Scheduler: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (autostart)
Ricoh SD Bus Host Adapter : System32Driverssdbus.sys (manual start)
Memory Card: System32Driverssdstmem.sys (manual start)
Secdrv: System32DRIVERSsecdrv.sys (manual start)
Secondary Logon: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (autostart)
System Event Notification: %SystemRoot%system32svchost.exe -k netsvcs
(autostart)
Windows Firewall/Internet Connection Sharing (ICS):
%SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (autostart)
Shell Hardware Detection: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs
(autostart)
Symantec Network Drivers Service: "C:Program FilesCommon FilesSymantec
SharedSNDSrvc.exe" (manual start)
Microsoft Kernel Audio Splitter: system32driverssplitter.sys (manual start)
Print Spooler: %SystemRoot%system32spoolsv.exe (autostart)
System Restore Filter Driver: SystemRootSystem32DRIVERSsr.sys (disabled)
System Restore Service: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs
(autostart)
Srv: System32DRIVERSsrv.sys (manual start)
SSDP Discovery Service: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k LocalService
(manual start)
Windows Image Acquisition (WIA): %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k imgsvc
(manual start)
Software Bus Driver: System32DRIVERSswenum.sys (manual start)
Microsoft Kernel GS Wavetable Synthesizer: system32driversswmidi.sys
(manual start)
MS Software Shadow Copy Provider: C:WINDOWSSystem32dllhost.exe
/Processid:{D00B1DD8-F5AF-4905-ABB3-3830CB984851} (manual start)
Symantec AntiVirus: "C:Program FilesSymantec AntiVirusRtvscan.exe"
(autostart)
SymEvent: ??C:Program FilesSymantecSYMEVENT.SYS (manual start)
SYMREDRV: SystemRootSystem32DriversSYMREDRV.SYS (manual start)
SYMTDI: SystemRootSystem32DriversSYMTDI.SYS (system)
Microsoft Kernel System Audio Device: system32driverssysaudio.sys (manual
start)
Performance Logs and Alerts: %SystemRoot%system32smlogsvc.exe (manual start)
Telephony: %SystemRoot%System32svchost.exe -k netsvcs (manual start)
TCP/IP Protocol Driver: System32DRIVERStcpip.sys (system)
Terminal Device Driver: System32DRIVERStermdd.sys (system)
Terminal Services: %SystemRoot%System32svchost -k DComLaunch (manual start)




Hallo, this is the problem I have: at every Windows start, when I try to launch eMule it doesn't appear, but emule.exe starts and I can see it in Task Manager. Such situation may last even 2-3 hours.

I notice a svchost.exe [PID 1896, but it can be 1900 or other] blocked on 23-25% of CPU usage: if I terminate this process, eMule appears in a few seconds, but audio doesn't work anymore (I can hear only Windows sounds, not audio files like mp3s and waves; I can watch Avi files but not hear any sound).

I prompted TASKLIST /SVC and these are the Services running under PID 1896:

AudioSrv, BITS, Browser, CryptSvc, Dhcp, dmserver, ERSvc, EventSystem, FastUserSwitchingCompatibility, helpsvc, HidServ, LanmanServer, lanmanworkstation, Netman, Nla, RasAuto, RasMan, Schedule, seclogon, SENS, SharedAccess, ShellHWDetection, srservice, TapiSrv, Themes, TrkWks, W32Time, winmgmt, wscsvc, wuauserv, wzcsvc

Is there a way to kill these services one by one, so I can identify the problem without killing the entire Svchost?

Greetings from Italy ;-)

On Monday, March 05, 2007 3:07 PM Dma wrote:

Hi, does anyone have a fix or troubleshooting option for the svchost.exe
application? It sometimes goes crazy on some systems and takes up the CPU's
resources, both network and system can keep the processor maxed. This
application appears to have something to do with IE.
--
Thanks,
D-man

On Monday, March 05, 2007 3:21 PM Ron Martell wrote:

D-man wrote:

SVCHOST is a Windows system component that acts as the "host" for
running a large number of services. It is normal to have 5 or 6
instances of it running.

It is possible that some malware item has infested your computer and
is running as a service under SVCHOST. In order to diagnose this
further you need to do some investigation:

1. If you are running XP Home edition then you need to download the
TASKLIST utility from
http://www.xmission.com/~comphope/download/winxp.htm
and install it. TASKLIST is included with XP Pro.

2. Bring up the Windows Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc) and go to the
processes tab. Identify the PID number of the SVCHOST instance that
has the high CPU usage and make note of it. If you click twice on the
CPU column header the list will sorted based on CPU usage with the
highest usage at the top.

3. Open a Command Prompt window and enter the following command:

TASKLIST /SVC

Locate the problem instance of SVCHOST by its PID number and make note
of the names of the individual services that are running under that
specific instance of SVCHOST. Post those names back here.

Good luck

Ron Martell Duncan B.C. Canada
--
Microsoft MVP (1997 - 2006)
On-Line Help Computer Service
http://onlinehelp.bc.ca
Syberfix Remote Computer Repair

"Anyone who thinks that they are too small to make a difference
has never been in bed with a mosquito."

On Monday, March 05, 2007 3:38 PM Dma wrote:

Hi, Ron, I assume that the steps are different for XP Professional?
--
Thanks,
D-man

"Ron Martell" wrote:

On Monday, March 05, 2007 3:43 PM Dma wrote:

Nevermind, ha ha, I read your email again. Good things. Thanks, Ron.
--
Thanks,
D-man

"Ron Martell" wrote:

On Monday, March 05, 2007 3:49 PM Dma wrote:

svchost.exe [PID]1900: httpfilter
--
Thanks,
D-man

"Ron Martell" wrote:

On Monday, March 05, 2007 4:19 PM Jack (MVP-Networking). wrote:

Hi
Microsoft provides am excellent Free utility that shows extensive info.
about all the processes that run in memory (including svchost).
See this page for a link and explanations, http://www.ezlan.net/svchost.html
Screen Shot, http://www.ezlan.net/example/ProcessExplor.jpg
Jack (MVP-Networking).

"D-man" wrote in message
...

On Monday, March 05, 2007 4:54 PM Ron Martell wrote:

D-man wrote:

HTTPFILTER is a legitimate Windows component. However there are known
viruses/trojans/spyware items which infect or replace this file,
causing problems such as you are experiencing.

Go to one of the following free online scanning sites and check your
system for possible infestations:
Bit Defender http://www.bitdefender.com/scan8/ie.html
Trend Micro http://housecall.trendmicro.com
Kaspersky Online Scanner http://www.kaspersky.com/virusscanner
Panda ActiveScan http://www.pandasoftware.com/activescan
WindowSecurity.com TrojanScan http://windowssecurity.com/trojanscan
Webroot http://www.webroot.com/

Good luck

Ron Martell Duncan B.C. Canada
--
Microsoft MVP (1997 - 2006)
On-Line Help Computer Service
http://onlinehelp.bc.ca
Syberfix Remote Computer Repair

"Anyone who thinks that they are too small to make a difference
has never been in bed with a mosquito."

On Monday, March 05, 2007 6:13 PM Dma wrote:

Very cool! thanks much.
--
Thanks,
D-man

"Jack (MVP-Networking)." wrote:

On Monday, March 05, 2007 6:34 PM Dma wrote:

Jack, I noticed that you have a screen shot of what appears to be a program
you loaded that shows you what each application does. I was not able to find
how to load this tools on the site provided. Do you happen to have the link?
--
Thanks,
D-man

"Jack (MVP-Networking)." wrote:

On Monday, March 05, 2007 7:33 PM Jack (MVP-Networking). wrote:

Hi
Take a look at your hard drive if you clicked on the link that is on my page
you probably already downloaded it.
Look for a file, ProcessExplorer.zip unzip it and run the exe file.
Otherwise, here you go,
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sys...sExplorer.mspx
Jack (MVP-Networking).

"D-man" wrote in message
...




Is there a tool anywhere to identify what drivers are stopping Vista SP1 installing? I have been through KB948343 and updated my drivers - the only one I could identify from the list is the Conexant HD Audio, where my driver is up to date and version 4.36.7.60 (the article objects to 4.32.0.0 or earlier). I am not running Microsoft Dynamics RMS. Still Windows Update is not offering SP1. The PC is a HP Pavilion dv2535ea laptop, running Vista Home Premium.

The reason for wanting to update is that I am suffering from fairly frequent BSODs - I do not want to install SP1 with a driver out there that just recreates the BSOD problem elsewhere.

Chris Bunton




Hey Loungers,

I am having a bit of a perplexing, somewhat minor trouble with USB. First let me tell you how I got here: I tried to install Wubi (Ubuntu Linux without all the usual Linux hassles) on my Win 7 Home Premium HP Pavillion Elite 127-c desktop, (8 GB ram,1 TB hdd nVidia GeForce 220 video card), which went smoothly and was something I had done before on my older desktop this HP replaced. During my first run of Wubi, however, Linux updated itself and through my error I allowed GRUB (the Linux bootloader) to be installed. Upon rebooting I lost the ability to boot to either Linux OR Windows. Through some research, trial and error I was able to rebuild the Windows bootloader, but in so doing broke some things within Windows. So I did a complete factory restore with HP's Recovery Manager. The first time there were a few things that didn't go well, so I did it again. This time everything, mostly, seems to be back in order. There is one piece of software that no longer works (HP's own MediaSmart), but that is a minor issue that I will either fix or simply uninstall, or pose the question elsewhere in these fora.

This brings me to the USB issue: I have a Seagate GoFlex Desk 2 TB external hdd that has Replica software on it. Now it worked admirably when installed on the original setup before my flub with Linux. I used the Replica software (although I don't really like it and it caused some Explorer crashes). Now, however, I have had a few times when rebooting that the drive becomes "not recognized". When checking both Device Manager and Devices and Printers I see two unknown devices. I can uninstall both of these, reboot, and while the computer is off, unplug the GoFlex drive, let the boot process finish, plug in the drive and it reinstalls. This usually works fine although on a couple of occasions the installation failed. I have also had a couple of hangs during POST that seem to be related to this trouble (I reset the power button, unplug the drive, and then she'll finish the POST). Now, I also will have every ten minutes or so, the autoplay window pop up after hearing the booping of a connection seeming to be lost and then found. It seems the GoFlex drive is going to sleep, and then waking up periodically, but even when I think the drive is inactive I can still see it and open folders and such from within Windows Explorer. Right now I don't have the Replica software installed, and really don't plan on installing it; those Explorer crashes seem to be gone.

I have a number of things installed via USB which I had before as well and all worked nicely together, such as : keyboard and mouse that came with the desktop, Microsoft LifeChat and LifeCam, a USB to Serial converter for my police radio/scanner. I aslo use via USB Roxio's USB video converter and an audio USB device so I can record from virtually any device to my computer, but these are only plugged in as needed, along with my IPOD (an OLD one).

Another bit of info: when I did the second restore I inadvertently plugged in the GoFlex drive to one of the ports in the back of the machine. I have one other USB 2.0 (labeled) port in the front that I prefer to use for the drive, and I safely ejected the drive from the back port and reconnected to the one in front.

With all that, and I'm sure I've forgotten something, and I have read what I can find in the Lounge on others' USB issues, does anyone have any ideas?




Hi,

I am unable to get any of the sharing programs (Whiteboard, Application Sharing or Remote assistance) to function. Audio, Video and file transfer are no problem. I use XP pro and my partner uses XP Home with a router (in DMZ). We've tried both Windows Messenger and MSN Messenger.

Here's the error message I receive: To ensure that Remote Assistance, Application Sharing, and Whiteboard work in MSN Messenger version 5.0 or later, please upgrade Windows Messenger to version 4.7 or later. To find out where to go to upgrade, please click the Help menu above, click Help Topics, and search using the word "upgrade".

Thanks in advance... and greetings from Nuernberg, Germany.

Randy




well...

I know I've submitted a lot of weird support requests over the years...but this one takes the cake.

I'm working on music for a client on my DAW (an ADK Core 2), which sports two drives...a C for the OS & Apps & a D for audio data. I figure it's time for a defrag on both drives, which I do about once a week. But before I do, since I'm a little pressed for time, I do a quick check on the drive's free vs. used space; & discover this:

I'm thinking...this is impossible...I just did a full drive backup w/ Paragon last week; & I'm certain I had about 75% free space on the local drive...about 40GB's used, on a 160GB Seagate.

So I open Diskeeper, my defrag app, to have a look; & discover this:

The blue, green & yellow areas are unfragmented files & folders...& red is supposed to be 'fragmented' files/folders...but it's the entire remainder of the drive. So I perform a defrag; & it finishes in the normal amount of time. I go back & work on audio; & also open a few other apps & work in those...& the machine is operating at it's normal speed & efficiency.

So I ran the Windows error checking utility on that drive; & checked the boxes to repair system errors & scan for bad sectors; & started to watch TV. I guess it ran for about 45 minutes; & then rebooted...to the normal desktop.

So I guess my two questions are:

1) Since a Check Disk log didn't pop up, where do I find it ?

2) What the H*** is going on ???

Thanks much,

mark4man
ADK Pro Audio Core 2 | Intel DP35DP MoBo/Chipset | Intel Q6600 Quad Core CPU | 4 GB SuperTalent DDR2-800 CL5 RAM | Seagate 160 GB SATA II Primary HD | Western Digital 320 GB SATA II Audio HD | Lynx Aurora8 ~ AES16 | Universal Audio UAD-1 | SONAR PE 7.0.1 | WaveLab 5.0.1 | NI Komplete5




I recently started having problems when trying to rip my audio CDs to mp3. I get a messages that says "Windows Media Player cannot rip one or more tracks from the CD." I am running Win 7, 64 bit. In the recent past I have been able to rip at amazingly fast speeds using both of my CD/DVD optical drives simultaneously. Now I get this error message no matter which drive I try to rip from. My rip settings are: rip to MP3, eject CD after ripping, Audio Quality is 86MB per CD (192 kbps). I researched this error message on the internet and tried suggestions of changing the Audio Quality setting to a higher Quality, but I still get the same error message. I have changed the setting from rip to MP3 to rip to WMA, and still get the same error message. I have a backup PC in my office which is set up identically but with a slower processor and it rips perfectly using two optical drives simultaneously, but slower. Any ideas? I have disabled or removed WMP from my PC and then re-enabled or reinstalled with no change.




Win 7 64-bit HP; 6GB Ram; Asus P6T Deluxe MOBO, 2 hard drives, 2 optical drives, card reader/floppy combination. Use AVAST, SAS Pro and MBAM; My data is backed up and system is scanned regularly. I re-ran full scans with all my a/v and anti-malware when this started. I have a 1000W Thermaltake Toughpower modular power supply and a Coolermaster V8 CPU cooler.

Last several days noticed anomalies during bootup several of which resulted in critical errors in EV; some services are disabled and on reboot they return. For instance printer service disabled and I have no printers; diagnostic policy service is disabled and on reboot is enabled; critical error telling me that Device F: that happens to be my floppy card reader is offline due to mode driver crash; audio service disables and re-enables on reboot. My system does not beep on bootup and I am ashamed to admit I can't remember if I had it at all.

I ran an sfc /verifyonly and there were no issues. I thought of doing a clean install of Windows, but I don't think that's going to be the solution. I think I may be in the middle of one of my pieces of hardware going down, but am not sure what should be done next. Help would be appreciated.

Diane




Days 11 through 15 (Nov. 16–20, 2009) were such busy blurs that no one could make a list each day of the things we fixed. The Lounge permanently moved on Nov. 19 from the old Wopr.com domain name to Lounge.WindowsSecrets.com, which required a great deal of preparation. The other items that were settled, mostly in the days preceding the domain name switch were:

1. Added Moderator info pop-up buttons. These icons appear after the names of the Moderators of each forum at the bottom of the forum view.

2. Increased size of date and time in posts. The date and time were formerly a grey color and appeared in small text at the beginning of each post. As requested, the timestamp now appears in boldface in the title bar, which makes it more prominent and easier to find.

3. Forum names and groupings improved. The Microsoft Outlook forum and the Non-Outlook E-mail forum moved from the Internet/Connectivity category to the Office Applications category. There had been reports that members could not find the Outlook forum, and hopefully that situation will improve. Also, "Graphics Applications" was clarified to say "Graphics/Multimedia" to include audio/video. The Non-Outlook forum was formerly called "Third-party E-mail," but calling it third-party was confusing, because Outlook Express and Windows Mail (both of which are Microsoft products) fit into the forum. If someone wants to volunteer to move all of the OE and Windows Mail threads into another forum, we could have a "Microsoft E-mail" forum and a "Third-party E-mail" forum, which would be easier to understand.

4. Moved "Today's active posts" link. This link was moved from the footer a more prominent position in the Lounge Lobby stats box.

5. Removed autocorrect conflicts from emoticons. Some key combinations, such as B) in vernacular lists, were being changed into emoticons. In response to requests, a few autocorrect phrases were changed so that all require colons on both ends of the phrase (as most such combinations already did). See Post 768410 for details.

6. Restore proportional font in reply text area. In IP.Board 2, reply text input areas used the same font as would be used when the reply was posted, which made sense. IP.Board 3 defaulted to Courier. This required a CSS change to correct. I don't believe we've yet found all the places where this change should be applied. For example, editing a reply once it's been posted seems to revert to the ugly monospaced font. We'll find 'em and fix 'em soon.

7. Use full PM editor for personal messages. The PM editor usually supports features such as CC'ing members other than the main addressee of a PM. However, the PM links in a user profile and the user info box opened a mini-PM editor, which had no way to switch to the full editor. Dan disabled the mini-PM editor, since the full editor is no harder to use and does support the features people want.

8. Provided help on search syntax. Invision provides a default search engine that is quite weak. Among other things, it treats a series of words in a query string as though the words had an OR operator in between them. Google and every other modern search engine defaults to AND. (Google doesn't even have an AND operator as a result.) We added some help text at the top of the Advanced Search page, pointing out that the Invision search engine requires a plus sign (+) in front of every word. This isn't much of a solution, so the Seattle developers have committed to installing the open-source Sphinx search engine by early December. See Post 767945 for details.

The outright bugs in IP.Board version 3.0.4 on our list that were within our power to fix have now all been settled. The exceptions are items that require us to install Invision's much-sought .5 patch. This patch should fix several seemingly related issues, including the inconsistent updating of "new posts" states. These issues include:

1. All posts in a forum are marked as read, but the Lounge Lobby icon fails to reflect this.
2. Subscription counts of unread posts do not reflect the actual counts.
3. Time stamps in the Updated column on the New Content page are lagging.
4. In IE 8, the "other styles" functionality in the full editor is broken.

There are many other known issues and feature requests that are on our radar. Now that the domain name switch is completed and Dan's project has ended, we won't have daily posts on fixed items. Instead, we plan to switch to weekly and monthly Road Maps. The current status will be posted in the next day or two.

The developer team in Seattle consists of myself, Tony Johnston, and Kurt Naber. Former Admin Damian Wadley, who worked for us last summer, is working in the Seattle office this week on a break from the last year of his degree program. Damian won't be checking in on the Lounge much this week, as he's working on overall WindowsSecrets.com known issues. But he'll return full-time in May 2010.

To check out issues that were fixed on previous workdays, see:

Days 9–10: Post 768294
Day 8: Post 762293
Day 7: Post 768285
Day 6: Post 768167
Day 5: Post 768160
Day 4: Post 768158
Day 3: Post 767981
Day 2: Post 767935
Day 1: Post 767895

Please don't reply to this post, which is just an announcement. If you see a new issue, start a thread in the Suggestion Box forum. Thanks!




My mother (84 years old) is visually impaired (legally blind) and has been using audio books for a number of years.
Tapes (a format which is easy to use and pretty straight forward) are being phased in favor of audio files downloaded from the internet.

Mom has encountered some issues with the new technology: books are normally in MP3 format and must be 'read' using a music player like Windows Media Player.
Bookmarking is either non-existant or overly complex as this function is not a priority for media players. She is currently using Winamp, as it has a 'bookmark' feature,
but it's a fairly complex process when the user has problems seeing.

Mom still has some limited vision - she uses her computer (connected to a 40 inch LCD TV, resolution set to 800 X600) to find and download books,
Unfortunately, she remains tied to the computer to 'read' the books she has downloaded. We've tried a number of MP3 players but the screens and control are just too small.

Does anyone have any experience/recommendations about the current crop of e-book readers and whether or not they are suitable for the visually impaired?

What we are looking for:

1) Can books download in audio format or can the reader convert to audio and play the book?
ideally, conversion to audio hould be automatic, or very easy to do

2) Can the reader bookmark the audio file?

3) Must have easy to use controls (the larger the display and the buttons, the better)

4) user friendly - see restrictions above

5) broad format support.

6) reader is no larger than a regular hard-covered book - portability

7) battery life - longer is always better

Thanks for your assistance

Lou Guay




Please pardon the long post. I've done some looking around and not found a satisfactory answer. A link to a good answer would be a very satisfactory answer!

I am a big fan of Secunia PSI, and I'm looking for a program that does for device drivers (and possibly BIOS and possibly firmware) what Secunia PSI does for software.

I suspect the problem of finding updates for drivers is a lot more complicated because there are three sources for drivers. Note this is specifically for internal devices such as the chipset, audio, and network adapters; it's a bit different for external devices (peripherals) such as printers, scanners, and all-in-ones. (With these, the complication is that you need to decide if you want the big software packages -- suites -- or just the drivers. But that's another topic.) So, for internal devices, the driver sources are:
The original manufacturer of the device (such as Intel, NVidia, or RealTek).The computer manufacturer (such as Dell or Acer) or motherboard manufacturer (such as Asus), who buys the device from the device manufacturer and might tailor the driver.Driver web sites (like driverguide.com and driverzone.com). I don't trust driverguide.com. I used them a while ago and abandoned them. And their awards are all from 2004 or earlier (http://members.driverguide.com/index...__docs__awards).
Also, driver version numbers are sometimes illogical -- I've seen missing numbers or numbers concatenated in device manager.

I've seen the following driver update tools:

Driver Detective (plenty of negative reviews at http://www.softpedia.com/progViewOpi...ve-50576,.html AND at http://download.cnet.com/Driver-Dete...42.html#rateit)
RadarSync (Cnet pans it: http://download.cnet.com/RadarSync-P...-10265194.html AND I had bad luck with it)
PC PitStop's Driver Alert (http://www.pcpitstop.com/store/driverAlert.asp) which I have tried a year ago and abandoned. Many user reviews at download.com say it's fine but the editor's review points out that you need to pay for updates and it's not always correct. They say it's better to check it's work rather than trust it (http://download.cnet.com/PC-Pitstop-...-10907019.html).
I believe that right-clicking on devices in device manager and choosing "Update Driver" merely invokes Windows Update for that particular driver, whereas going to Windows Update (or Microsoft Update) and selecting Custom (I believe this is different in Vista and 7) scans your entire system for any driver updates known by Windows Update. More up-to-date drivers might be available at the computer manufacturer's support web site but in general you have to manually identify the version number currently installed on your system (using device manager, one by one). Computer manufacturers such as IBM and HP used to have online tools using activex controls -- or update programs installed on the system -- that would identify driver updates. I have seen the update programs state that there were no updates available when I could manually identify updated drivers on manufacturer support web sites.

So, it's a mess, and I bet that one of the high-value skills of experienced computer techs/repair shops is the depth of experience in doing driver updates, particularly if they concentrate on particular manufacturers or product lines.

Bob Stromberg (who should be outside enjoying the cool of the evening, taking a walk)
Saratoga Springs and Salem, NY




I just started messing around with openSUSE 11.3 (64-bit version, KDE environment), so on this one problem I probably need somebody who can patiently guide me...

My desktop computer has an internal fax/modem card (PCI version, mod. USR5610C). I am very confident that this card works with Linux and U.S. Robotics guarantees that much on their web site.

I connect to the Internet via DSL but I am attempting to set up the internal analog modem card as a back up should the DSL line be temporarily down. I went to YaST -> Modem and I see that my card was detected as "U.S. ROBOTICS 56K FAX INT Modem Not configured". I pressed Edit and the Modem Parameters page says that the device is in "/dev/ttyS4". I am not sure that this is indeed where the modem is located (is there a way to make sure??) but I accepted it and proceeded to entering the name of my Internet service provider, the access phone number, user name, and password. So far, so good -- I think!

Eventually, I come to a window where YaST2 wants to install the following:
* jack Jack-Audio Connection Kit v. 1.9.5-2.8
* smpppd SuSE Meta PPP Daemon v. 1.60.46-1.1.1

So far I have not installed them because of the Jack-Audio Connection Kit software. Do I really need to install it in order to get the modem working? The reason I am being careful is that I just spent weeks and weeks in trying to get my audio card (ASUS Xonar DX 7.1, PCI-E) to work with openSUSE and I sure do not want to mess things up and start all over again!

Could I get some guidance from the experts on this group? Also, is there a step-by-step guide on the Internet on how to set up an analog modem with openSUSE 11.3?

Ideally, I would like to set up and use my fax/modem card with the GUI software provided by YaST (KDE environment). If at all possible, I would like to stay away from command-line instructions (wvdial/wvdialconf, etc.) because I am a newbie and have troubles with command window instructions...


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