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I upgraded my motherboard and video card and after performing a repair
installation I cannot install the new video drivers for my ATI card. It tells
me to set up my display adapter with a standard VGA driver before installing
new drivers but when I go to device manager there IS NO DISPLAY ADAPTER
LISTED! When I go to Display Properties Settings Advanced Adapter
Properties Driver, there is an adapter named VgaSave and the current status
is started with Start button greyed out and a Stop button available. Startup
type drop down menu has System selected from list which includes: Automatic,
Boot, Demand and Disabled. There is also a Driver details button that is
greyed out. When I go back to Device Manager and select Show hidden devices I
find VgaSave under Non-Plug and Play Drivers. I tried a few things: 1) I used
Add/Remove programs to remove all display driver entries which failed "unable
to locate installation log file" 2) I ran a program called RegCleaner and
removed all video driver entries, then rebooted. 3) I went to Non-Plug and
Play Drivers in Device manager and uninstalled VgaSave and rebooted. 4) I
shut down the pc, removed and reinstalled new video card and restarted. 5)
Still no display adapter in Device manager and still unable to install new
drivers so I performed a second repair installation, nothing changed except
now my network adapter is not working! The latest suggestion I have been
given is to restart in Last Known Good Configuration mode. If anyone can
point me in the right direction I would be very grateful.




Hi,
This is what I find in dxdiag, device manager and rate my computer.
I'm running dual boot with xp pro and the card is fine in xp, everything show's up and the card is new, xfx geforce 6200 512mb ddr2 agp 8x vista certified.
The pic's below are from w7.
So far this is the only problem I have with w7, other than that it's great minus what can't be used as in aero.
It's like using a standard vga adapter, very limited.
Ant idea's?
In device manager there is a yellow triangle next to video card even though the driver is installed.

Thank's for any help.




Ok so I have been working on this all day yesterday and all day so far today. I have been on the phone with Nvidia Tech Support, Windows 7 Tech Support and Dell Tech Support. With Windows 7 Tech Support remotely accessing my computer trying to figure it out, but couldn't. Anyone who can solve this riddle I would be willing to pay you $50 for the solution! haha

This originally started with having two monitors. I originally had a windows vista(i think) operating system on the computer then I downloaded the Windows 7 system last week. Since the download the device manager will not recognize my Nvidia graphics card. The only display adapters that show is an Intel(R) G45/G43 Express Chipset (Microsoft Corporation- WDDM 1.1). I have tried to disable and uninstall this driver in hopes that it would detect the Nvidia card, but it doesn't detect it. I restart the computer or check for new hardware and all it does is automatically redownload the above intel one. I've tried disconnected my internet and it still automatically redownloads the above intel one. I've tried changing my system settings to where no automatic windows adjustments could be made and it still automatically downloads the intel one. I've gone into the BIOS and changed the Advance Chipset Features to the PCI-Express option. (there are only three options to chose from-Onboard, PCI & PCI express) Which one of the tech guys said to do PCI express. The graphics card is in the PCIE slot. I have inserted it and re inserted it a thousand times over, making sure it is properly seated each time. I have installed the driver on a different computer with a different operating system and it detects it and works just fine. I have downloaded the latest BIOS version to the computer then have re performed all the above things. I have gone to nvidia website and selected the correct driver to download for my graphics card, but it won't finish the download because the system won't detect the hardware on my computer. So I have saved the most up to date driver software needed for my graphics card to my desktop, which is as far as I can get with it because when I try to run the driver it stops due to not detecting my hardware. The windows 7 tech people are from the Philippines and while they are polite and nice to talk to, I don't believe anyone there is smart enough to figure this out. The only option they have suggested is to do a custom re installation of windows 7 disabling the intel card from being installed, but I don't have the time to redownload the software, back up everything, etc, as it would be an all day event. I am a pretty technologically savvy person and have tried everything I can possibly think of to fix this as well as tech support from Nvidida, Dell and Windows 7.

i have gone to the power options, change plan settings, change advanced power settings, selected the PCI Express drop down tab, then the link state power management drop down, then put the settings to off to give the PCI Express slot the most power possible since i read somewhere that it may have to do with the graphics card not getting enough power or something like that. I have literally tried everything and am at my wits end on what to do here, because the custom re installation thing is just not going to work for me.

the below or attached picture is the picture of my screen upon start up after the Dell logo, so i know my computer is detecting the graphics card, but windows 7 won't allow me to find it in my device manager in order to get my second monitor working! And the below steps it asks me to follow i have done a hundred times over with no luck...

Please, please, please help if you know how to fix this!!!

The Nvidia graphics card I have is the Geforce 210
My operating system is Windows 7 Professional Service Pack 1
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) Dual CPU E2200 @ 2.20GHz 2.19GHz
Installed Memory(RAM): 4.00 GB (2.96 usable)
System Type: 32-bit Operating System
Computer: Dell Vostro 220




hi

i bought and installed a sabrent wifi pci card into my computer. this is the card (Sabrent USA). my computer runs windows 7. the card installed properly, no warnings or anything. i've done my best to ensure i have the most updated drivers.

the card is terrible at identifying networks. it will pick up a couple, drop some, takes about a minute to find my access point, etc. it shows them all at healthy speeds.

i can connect to my access point but the internet is brutally slow. i currently get about .2mbps according to speedtest.net, whereas all my other devices get about 40mbps.

here's what ipconfig /all shows:

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : DS-PC
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No

Wireless LAN adapter Wireless Network Connection:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Ralink RT61 Turbo Wireless LAN Card
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-13-14-00-0E-B9
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::2dc8:a31d:242f:590f%14(Preferred)
IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.13(Preferred)
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
Lease Obtained. . . . . . . . . . : March-09-13 10:22:18 AM
Lease Expires . . . . . . . . . . : March-09-13 11:36:11 AM
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.1
DHCP Server . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.1
DHCPv6 IAID . . . . . . . . . . . : 369103636
DHCPv6 Client DUID. . . . . . . . : 00-01-00-01-17-CF-35-B1-BC-AE-C5-A8-C9-C5

DNS Servers . . . . . . . . . . . : 64.71.255.204
64.71.255.198
NetBIOS over Tcpip. . . . . . . . : Enabled

Tunnel adapter isatap.{F03E65B1-767A-4677-B766-9FB43A3120FE}:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Microsoft ISATAP Adapter
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-00-00-00-00-00-00-E0
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : No
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes

Tunnel adapter Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-00-00-00-00-00-00-E0
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : No
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
IPv6 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 2001:0:9d38:953c:1449:1f0a:3f57:fff2(Pref
erred)
Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::1449:1f0a:3f57:fff2%13(Preferred)
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : ::
NetBIOS over Tcpip. . . . . . . . : Disabled

64.71.255.204 is what my dns server defaults to when i keep my ipv4 settings as 'assign dns servers automatically'. my laptop uses the same servers and no issues. when i diagnose the connection on my desktop, however, i get the 'dns server is not responding properly' error. changing my dns servers to 8.8.8.8 & 8.8.4.4 (or the opendns servers, or anything really for that matter) removes the error when i diagnose the connection, but doesn't affect the connection speed whatsoever.

i've tried shutting off and rebooting and power-cycling the router about a billion times in a billion different combinations, as well as reinstalling the card in a different pci slot, all to no avail.

i've also tried a myriad of ipconfig release/renew/flushdns/etc etc commands, none of which actually really do anything. my ipconfig /all thing above is very very similar to the settings on my laptop. everything's nearly identical there (with the exception of the name of the card, and my ip address and stuff like that, of course), so it's hard to troubleshoot.

originally i didn't have my microsoft virtual miniport wifi adapter thing showing in devices, but i was able to enable that thorugh the command prompt, and now it shows and is working properly and it hasn't changed the situation at all. here's everything i have under networking for device manager:

microsoft 6to4 adapter
microsoft ISATAP adapter
microsoft ISATAP adapter # 2
microsoft virtual miniport adapter
ralink rt61 turbo wireless LAN card (the card in question)
teredo tunneling pseudo-interface
WAN miniport (IKEv2)
WAN miniport (IP)
WAN miniport (IPv6)
WAN miniport (L2TP)
WAN miniport (Network Monitor)
WAN miniport (PPPOE)
WAN miniport (PPTP)
WAN miniport (SSTP)

this might be wishful thinking, but i think the following commands

Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults: netsh winsock reset catalog
Reset IPv4 TCP/IP stack to installation defaults. netsh int ipv4 reset reset.log
Reset IPv6 TCP/IP stack to installation defaults. netsh int ipv6 reset reset.log

may have helped speed my connection up to the whopping .22mpbs it's at right now. again, maybe this is just my fevered imagination at this point, but i think it was even slower before that.

here's two xirrus screen grabs, someone on another forum recommended i diagnose the connection that way:

this is what it was displaying. neither of these access points were my own. and also, i was connected to my own access point at this point in time, so i'm not sure why nothing was showing up in xirrus. after a few hours i noticed it was recognizing my access point:

i don't know if this helps anyone at all, though.

does anyone have any idea what's going on, or why my connection is so abysmally terrible? it's been like this for about 4 days now, and i'm about to give up and buy a little usb wifi adapter and spend another $40 i don't really have for this kind of thing.

thanks!




I posted this a few days ago and some kind people said they thought it was
faulty memory. I have replaced the memory in the machine and upgraded it to
512MB. It is very zippy but I still have the same problem. It won't load
drivers for anything. Anyone have any other suggestions? I am going to try
a clean install but am I wasting my time if it is a hardware problem?

Thanks!......

Hi,

I have a strange problem and I want to post this here just to hear people's
opinions. I don't know whether this is a software or a hardware problem.
This is the case...

Have a Dell 2400 Dimension, 2.4 Ghz, 128 MB DDR (I know, too little but I am
going to upgrade this in the process) running XP home. Anyway, I have a
problem that every time I boot the computer, it reinstalls the SAmsung CD-RW.
Goes thru the hardware config, tells me it can't find any drivers for it,
but it shows up in the device manager sometimes with the yellow exclamation
mark, sometimes not. But either way, it still works! That's the first
thing. It also shows in device manager a yellow question mark next to the
graphics card, but the graphics card is listed fine under the display adapter
and there is no display problem. I tried to reinstall the drivers from the
Dell disk and it says it can't find any drivers in the folder they extract
into even tho I can see the driver there. It gets stranger. I tried to
install an HP 1215 psc printer, and I can't install it. Again I think it is
a driver problem. The printer installs with no problem on the other machine
we have which is also a Dell with XP home so I know it's not the printer. It
too shows up in device manager with a yellow mark, when I try to point it and
manually reinstall drivers, it says it can't find any drivers. There are no
other HP products on the machine to interfere and I have installed and
reinstalled it several times with scrubbers and removal from registry. The
final thing is I plugged in a Kingston USB data traveler, it finds the device
but again it says it can't find any drivers for it. This is a plug and play
device and installs fine on the other computer. The computer doesn't seem to
be able to recognise drivers of any kind.

So, my question is, do you think this is likely a hardware problem or a
software problem? I am going to wipe and reinstall the whole system but if
it is a hardware problem, ie the motherboard dieing, I don't want to waste my
time or money buying more memory. I welcome anyone's two cents. Or possible
solutions!

thanks
Wendie




Hi Everyone

I am convinced that unless I am lucky enough to reach someone who has had this same problem .. I will never be able to fix it.

I have a Gateway GM5045E MCE PC.

It is based upon the xp pro.

It has the Nvidia GeForce 6200 Turbo Cache card. (Integrated with the onboard chip)?

Well, a little over a year ago .. The display colors went south on me.
(Washed out with the reds showing as almost black).

The pc sat in a repair shop for 2 months with everything being tried.

New video card, new and more powerful power unit, new drivers .. etc. etc.
Nothing ever worked and no solutions were ever given.

I put the pc in the closet for 6 months and then one day, on a whim, I pulled it out and did a complete destructive re-install.

It had Beautiful color again after the install .. for about a week.

I kept using it for a few weeks and .. once in a while the colors would flash back to the correct colors.

They would only stay 'correct' for a short time then revert to the washed out look.

New cables, different monitors .. all the hardware checks out.

Heres my Dilemma: From right out of the box, I could never get a display when hooking up to the 6200 card.
It's always had to run through the onboard port.

Checking in Device Manager, Belarc Advisor and Everest .. according to their stats: I have only a GeForce 6100 in the display Adapter category.
(I'm guessing that is the Northbridge Chip)?

I've tried and I can't load the GeForce 6200 driver and have no clue as to why not? (the video card is still in the pc)

As an aside: Is there a way to check the video card's "slot" with a multi-meter for power?

ANY Ideas would be Greatly Appreciated.

Thanks
D2C

BTW: Two other pieces to the clue .. This has always been a Media Center 2005 Edition but my system specs now read as 2002!

A BIOS problem maybe?

I also have an "Unknown" device with a question mark beside it.

It's says Bus CardBus.
Would that be causing my problem?




Im new here,so hello everyone. Ive just built a new PC and come back to Windows *im using W7 Home Premium* from using Ubuntu Linux and Nvidia. So quite a switch. Ive got an Asus 22" VW246.I just had my computer built *specs down below* by a custom PC company,ive contacted them and am awaiting a response,but my issue is that i dont think its recognizing my ATI Radeon HD5770.Under Display adapters in Device Manager it only lists Standard VGA Graphics Adapter.Theres no caution symbol or alerts,either. Ive tried searching for new hardware,that doesnt work. When i tried to install the driver disk that came with the PC,it says it installs correctly,and it needs to reboot.When it reboots after it says Starting Windows it shows the windows logo,and then i get a blank screen.Sometimes my mouse is present and movable. Sometimes it isnt,either way,blank screen. I have to start in safe mode and recover my PC.IVe also tried slightly over drivers,and the same thing happens. When i try to play World of Warcraft i get an error that says Suitable Display Device not found.Exiting Program. I noticed in DXDiag is says Not Available for DirectDraw,Direct 3D Accel. and AGP texture Accel.Im sure this is the issue,it must not recognize the card,so it doesnt use it? Im not sure.Ive been googling all day and i cant seem to figure this out. Any help would be appreciated,ive attached my DXdiag file. my specs are below.

AMD Phenom ii x4 965 BE
Asus Crossfire iii Motherboard
4GB (2x2) Corsair Dominator DDR3 1600 RAM
Corsair 750W Power Supply
ATI Radeon HD 5770




I am having a problem with the Network Connections
control panel applet not showing ANY of the interfaces
registered by windows after installing SP2 on multiple
computers. The problem shows up immediately with the
initial security center page not being able to load the
firewall.

Event viewer shows a System event ID 7022 "The COM+ Event
system service hung on startup", and "The Network
Connection Service hung on startup". Both services
display a status of "Starting".

Issuing a "NETSH DIAG SHOW ADAPTER" command produces the
message: "WARNING: Could not obtain host information from
machine: [MACHINE NAME]. Some commands may not be
available. Access is denied. Network Adapters (WMI
error)". Other NETSH commands give similar error
messages.

Device manager shows no problems. I've tried deleting
the NIC in device manager and rebooting. Nothing
changed.

I get the same results in Safe mode for all of the above.

Installing a different network interface card produces
the same results as above.

The network connection works fine and IPCONFIG /ALL shows
the network adapter. I can release and renew a DHCP ip
address lease. However, this problem leaves me with no
way to manage the network interface, protocols, firewall,
etc.

This problem has appeared for seven out of seven (Dell
Optiplex) machines that we have updated to SP2. Each of
the machines had been built with a syspreped WinXPSP1
Ghost image that we have been using successfully for
several years. The current image has winxpsp1, officexp,
sav8, acrobat reader 6 (i.e. no unusual software) and a
simple security template that gives users access to a few
folders. I've tried loading the "Setup Security"
template to undo these changes. So far, nothing has
worked, and I have been unable to find any other
reference to this issue.

Any thoughts or ideas?




I'm running XP Pro SP3.

I was using a Radeon 7200 32MB card, with no problems. I recently
installed a Diamond Stealth S80 Radeon 9200SE 128MB card, and cannot
get the appropriate video drivers to install. The 9200 card displays
OK, but I can't get any drivers for it to load.

Every time I try to load the drivers I get a message box that says:

"Video Driver Not Found, Set up was unable to complete installation,
try to set up your display adapter with a standard VGA driver before
running set up."

I've done a lot of searching and tried many things but with no
success. I tried selecting the /BASEVIDEO in boot.ini in msconfig and
that did start the computer in basic video (640x480) but I still got
the same errors when trying to load the Radeon drivers.

I'm not sure if this is related, but in Device Manager: (1) there is
no Display Adapter listed (though the Radeon 9200 does appear when I
run System Information for Windows, and (2) the 'VIA CPU to AGP
Controller' shows: "This device cannot find enough free resources that
it can use. (Code 12)."

I tried to do an XP Repair and after I selected the Windows (option 1
of only 1) it asked for the Administrator password. I entered this
and it went to DOS (C:Windows). I didn't see anything there for
repair, so I went back into Windows.

Can anyone provide a solution to this problem?




While browsing around the Device Manager. I checked into the Display tab and on my adapter ( which is a NVidia GeForce FX 5200, 4x/8x AGP ) card. It showed everything working OK with no problems. However, when I looked at the properties for this card,it showed that the Location was PCI Bus 1, Device 0, function 0.

This is an AGP card and is in the AGP slot on the MB, which supports up tp AGP 4x. The chipset is an Intel 845 and has the Intel Accelerated adapter software enabled. All drivers for the card and chipset are up to date with latest versions. I don't see anywhere in the BIOS where AGP would be enableddisabled.

Shouldn't the location show as AGP slot 1 or something like that, not PCI slot 1?

Video seems to be working OK and dxdiag 9.0 installed and shows no problems.

Am I chasing a dead horse or what?




Well I've been getting random lockups for quite some time however here is the kicker,it ONLY happens with more than 4GB of RAM installed...anything less than 4GB I am perfectly fine but anything more my computer locks up totally randomly.

Random bits of information:
Tested all of my RAM sticks individually and in any combination I can think of,as long as the total is nothing more than 4GB I'm fine and dandy but soon as I hit 6,8,10(Due to what sticks I have I can only go up in multiples of 2GB) I get random lockups.Lockups can happen on desktop when I'm afk and the computer is completely idle,after 2 hours of intensive gaming killing splicers in Bioshock 2 or just while I'm transcoding a movie on the fly(This actually seems to be relatively safe,does not happen often)On the lockup whatever sound that was playing repeats(The last 0.2 seconds of it or something) so it sounds like BZZZZTTTTTT no matter whatNew motherboard,new PSU and hard drives passed a chkdisk recently(Albeit with some grumbling from them about bad sectors)SFC scan completed,no problems to report with my file integrity.PSU has plenty of power for the systemJust recently installed SP1(After the problem started) in an attempt to fix it,to no avail by the looks of the recent lockup and now I have no updates pending so windows is fully updated.Obviously checkSUR ran with no problems before installing SP1Booting into an Ubuntu liveCD and running random stressy things for the computer does not produce the same effects,it runs perfectly fine.Computer temp is high but within an acceptable range most of the timeOnce it crashes/locks up once it sometimes does the same on boot again and again till I just leave the thing alone for an hour or two and try booting it up againEvent Viewer just shows this for each event when it locks up and I'm forced to reboot it manually:
Code: - - 41 2 1 63 0 0x8000000000000002 5380184 System ALEX-DESKTOP - 0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 false 0 Latest DXDiag ran just now:
Code: ------------------ System Information ------------------ Time of this report: 7/18/2012, 11:10:17 Machine name: ALEX-DESKTOP Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit (6.1, Build 7601) Service Pack 1 (7601.win7sp1_gdr.120503-2030) Language: English (Regional Setting: English) System Manufacturer: System Model: BIOS: BIOS Date: 08/11/11 09:12:01 Ver: 04.11 Processor: AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 955 Processor (4 CPUs), ~3.2GHz Memory: 10240MB RAM Available OS Memory: 10238MB RAM Page File: 4742MB used, 15731MB available Windows Dir: C:Windows DirectX Version: DirectX 11 DX Setup Parameters: Not found User DPI Setting: Using System DPI System DPI Setting: 96 DPI (100 percent) DWM DPI Scaling: Disabled DxDiag Version: 6.01.7601.17514 64bit Unicode DxDiag Previously: Crashed in DirectSound (stage 3). Re-running DxDiag with "dontskip" command line parameter or choosing not to bypass information gathering when prompted might result in DxDiag successfully obtaining this information ------------ DxDiag Notes ------------ Display Tab 1: No problems found. Sound Tab 1: No problems found. Sound Tab 2: No problems found. Sound Tab 3: No problems found. Sound Tab 4: No problems found. Input Tab: No problems found. -------------------- DirectX Debug Levels -------------------- Direct3D: 0/4 (retail) DirectDraw: 0/4 (retail) DirectInput: 0/5 (retail) DirectMusic: 0/5 (retail) DirectPlay: 0/9 (retail) DirectSound: 0/5 (retail) DirectShow: 0/6 (retail) --------------- Display Devices --------------- Card name: ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series Manufacturer: ATI Technologies Inc. Chip type: ATI display adapter (0x9442) DAC type: Internal DAC(400MHz) Device Key: EnumPCIVEN_1002&DEV_9442&SUBSYS_22661787&REV_00 Display Memory: 1778 MB Dedicated Memory: 1010 MB Shared Memory: 767 MB Current Mode: 1680 x 1050 (32 bit) (59Hz) Monitor Name: Generic PnP Monitor Monitor Model: SyncMaster Monitor Id: SAM05CD Native Mode: 1920 x 1080(p) (60.000Hz) Output Type: DVI Driver Name: aticfx64.dll,aticfx64.dll,aticfx64.dll,aticfx32,aticfx32,aticfx32,atiumd64.dll,atidxx64.dll,atidxx64.dll,atiumdag,atidxx32,atidxx32,atiumdva,atiumd6a.cap,atitmm64.dll Driver File Version: 8.17.0010.1077 (English) Driver Version: 8.850.0.0 DDI Version: 10.1 Driver Model: WDDM 1.1 Driver Attributes: Final Retail Driver Date/Size: 4/20/2011 02:07:48, 795648 bytes WHQL Logo'd: Yes WHQL Date Stamp: Device Identifier: {D7B71EE2-D702-11CF-0270-6C02BEC2C535} Vendor ID: 0x1002 Device ID: 0x9442 SubSys ID: 0x22661787 Revision ID: 0x0000 Driver Strong Name: oem27.inf:ATI.Mfg.NTamd64.6.1:ati2mtag_RV7X:8.850.0.0:pciven_1002&dev_9442 Rank Of Driver: 00E62001 Video Accel: ModeMPEG2_A ModeMPEG2_C Deinterlace Caps: {6E8329FF-B642-418B-BCF0-BCB6591E255F}: Format(In/Out)=(YUY2,YUY2) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,1) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_PixelAdaptive {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 {5A54A0C9-C7EC-4BD9-8EDE-F3C75DC4393B}: Format(In/Out)=(YUY2,YUY2) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,0) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY {6E8329FF-B642-418B-BCF0-BCB6591E255F}: Format(In/Out)=(UYVY,UYVY) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,1) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_PixelAdaptive {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 {5A54A0C9-C7EC-4BD9-8EDE-F3C75DC4393B}: Format(In/Out)=(UYVY,UYVY) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,0) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY {5A54A0C9-C7EC-4BD9-8EDE-F3C75DC4393B}: Format(In/Out)=(YV12,0x32315659) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,0) Caps= {3C5323C1-6FB7-44F5-9081-056BF2EE449D}: Format(In/Out)=(NV12,0x3231564e) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,2) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_PixelAdaptive {552C0DAD-CCBC-420B-83C8-74943CF9F1A6}: Format(In/Out)=(NV12,0x3231564e) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,2) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_PixelAdaptive {6E8329FF-B642-418B-BCF0-BCB6591E255F}: Format(In/Out)=(NV12,0x3231564e) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,1) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY DeinterlaceTech_PixelAdaptive {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 {5A54A0C9-C7EC-4BD9-8EDE-F3C75DC4393B}: Format(In/Out)=(NV12,0x3231564e) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,0) Caps=VideoProcess_YUV2RGB VideoProcess_StretchX VideoProcess_StretchY {5A54A0C9-C7EC-4BD9-8EDE-F3C75DC4393B}: Format(In/Out)=(IMC1,UNKNOWN) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,0) Caps= {5A54A0C9-C7EC-4BD9-8EDE-F3C75DC4393B}: Format(In/Out)=(IMC2,UNKNOWN) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,0) Caps= {5A54A0C9-C7EC-4BD9-8EDE-F3C75DC4393B}: Format(In/Out)=(IMC3,UNKNOWN) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,0) Caps= {5A54A0C9-C7EC-4BD9-8EDE-F3C75DC4393B}: Format(In/Out)=(IMC4,UNKNOWN) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,0) Caps= {5A54A0C9-C7EC-4BD9-8EDE-F3C75DC4393B}: Format(In/Out)=(S340,UNKNOWN) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,0) Caps= {5A54A0C9-C7EC-4BD9-8EDE-F3C75DC4393B}: Format(In/Out)=(S342,UNKNOWN) Frames(Prev/Fwd/Back)=(0,0,0) Caps= D3D9 Overlay: Not Supported DXVA-HD: Not Supported DDraw Status: Enabled D3D Status: Enabled AGP Status: Enabled ------------- Sound Devices ------------- Description: Speakers (VIA High Definition Audio) Default Sound Playback: No Default Voice Playback: No Hardware ID: HDAUDIOFUNC_01&VEN_1106&DEV_0397&SUBSYS_1043836C&REV_1000 Manufacturer ID: 1 Product ID: 100 Type: WDM Driver Name: viahduaa.sys Driver Version: 6.00.0001.8800 (English) Driver Attributes: Final Retail WHQL Logo'd: n/a Date and Size: 10/1/2010 20:41:00, 1349232 bytes Other Files: Driver Provider: VIA Technologies, Inc. HW Accel Level: Basic Cap Flags: 0x0 Min/Max Sample Rate: 0, 0 Static/Strm HW Mix Bufs: 0, 0 Static/Strm HW 3D Bufs: 0, 0 HW Memory: 0 Voice Management: No EAX(tm) 2.0 Listen/Src: No, No I3DL2(tm) Listen/Src: No, No Sensaura(tm) ZoomFX(tm): No Description: HD Audio HDMI out (VIA High Definition Audio) Default Sound Playback: No Default Voice Playback: No Hardware ID: HDAUDIOFUNC_01&VEN_1106&DEV_0397&SUBSYS_1043836C&REV_1000 Manufacturer ID: 1 Product ID: 100 Type: WDM Driver Name: viahduaa.sys Driver Version: 6.00.0001.8800 (English) Driver Attributes: Final Retail WHQL Logo'd: n/a Date and Size: 10/1/2010 20:41:00, 1349232 bytes Other Files: Driver Provider: VIA Technologies, Inc. HW Accel Level: Basic Cap Flags: 0x0 Min/Max Sample Rate: 0, 0 Static/Strm HW Mix Bufs: 0, 0 Static/Strm HW 3D Bufs: 0, 0 HW Memory: 0 Voice Management: No EAX(tm) 2.0 Listen/Src: No, No I3DL2(tm) Listen/Src: No, No Sensaura(tm) ZoomFX(tm): No Description: SPDIF Interface (TX1) (VIA High Definition Audio) Default Sound Playback: No Default Voice Playback: No Hardware ID: HDAUDIOFUNC_01&VEN_1106&DEV_0397&SUBSYS_1043836C&REV_1000 Manufacturer ID: 1 Product ID: 100 Type: WDM Driver Name: viahduaa.sys Driver Version: 6.00.0001.8800 (English) Driver Attributes: Final Retail WHQL Logo'd: n/a Date and Size: 10/1/2010 20:41:00, 1349232 bytes Other Files: Driver Provider: VIA Technologies, Inc. HW Accel Level: Basic Cap Flags: 0x0 Min/Max Sample Rate: 0, 0 Static/Strm HW Mix Bufs: 0, 0 Static/Strm HW 3D Bufs: 0, 0 HW Memory: 0 Voice Management: No EAX(tm) 2.0 Listen/Src: No, No I3DL2(tm) Listen/Src: No, No Sensaura(tm) ZoomFX(tm): No Description: Speakers (Avnex Virtual Audio Device) Default Sound Playback: No Default Voice Playback: No Hardware ID: Manufacturer ID: 1 Product ID: 100 Type: WDM Driver Name: {0.0.0.00000000}.{906e62eb-da3f-4de9-a2a7-92cfb71d8f4e} Driver Version: () Driver Attributes: Final Retail WHQL Logo'd: n/a Date and Size: , 0 bytes Other Files: Driver Provider: AVNEX Ltd. HW Accel Level: Basic Cap Flags: 0x0 Min/Max Sample Rate: 0, 0 Static/Strm HW Mix Bufs: 0, 0 Static/Strm HW 3D Bufs: 0, 0 HW Memory: 0 Voice Management: No EAX(tm) 2.0 Listen/Src: No, No I3DL2(tm) Listen/Src: No, No Sensaura(tm) ZoomFX(tm): No --------------------- Sound Capture Devices --------------------- Description: Microphone (VIA High Definition Audio) Default Sound Capture: No Default Voice Capture: No Driver Name: viahduaa.sys Driver Version: 6.00.0001.8800 (English) Driver Attributes: Final Retail Date and Size: 10/1/2010 20:41:00, 1349232 bytes Cap Flags: 0x0 Format Flags: 0x0 Description: Stereo Mix (VIA High Definition Audio) Default Sound Capture: No Default Voice Capture: No Driver Name: viahduaa.sys Driver Version: 6.00.0001.8800 (English) Driver Attributes: Final Retail Date and Size: 10/1/2010 20:41:00, 1349232 bytes Cap Flags: 0x0 Format Flags: 0x0 Description: Microphone (Avnex Virtual Audio Device) Default Sound Capture: No Default Voice Capture: No Driver Name: {0.0.1.00000000}.{64d04f90-b8b9-4d1c-b351-c365079c06e7} Driver Version: () Driver Attributes: Final Retail Date and Size: , 0 bytes Cap Flags: 0x0 Format Flags: 0x0 Description: Microphone (Screaming Bee Audio) Default Sound Capture: No Default Voice Capture: No Driver Name: ScreamingBAudio64.sys Driver Version: 2.00.0002.0000 (English) Driver Attributes: Final Retail Date and Size: 12/1/2009 15:49:52, 38992 bytes Cap Flags: 0x0 Format Flags: 0x0 ------------------- 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: G15 Gaming Keyboard Attached: 1 Controller ID: 0x0 Vendor/Product ID: 0x046D, 0xC226 FF Driver: n/a Device Name: G15 Gaming Keyboard Attached: 1 Controller ID: 0x0 Vendor/Product ID: 0x046D, 0xC226 FF Driver: n/a Device Name: G15 GamePanel LCD Attached: 1 Controller ID: 0x0 Vendor/Product ID: 0x046D, 0xC227 FF Driver: n/a Poll w/ Interrupt: No ----------- USB Devices ----------- + USB Root Hub | Vendor/Product ID: 0x1002, 0x4397 | Matching Device ID: usbroot_hub | Service: usbhub | Driver: usbhub.sys, 3/25/2011 04:29:26, 343040 bytes | Driver: usbd.sys, 3/25/2011 04:28:59, 7936 bytes ---------------- Gameport Devices ---------------- ------------ PS/2 Devices ------------ + HID Keyboard Device | Vendor/Product ID: 0x046D, 0xC226 | Matching Device ID: hid_device_system_keyboard | Service: kbdhid | Driver: kbdhid.sys, 11/20/2010 11:33:25, 33280 bytes | Driver: kbdclass.sys, 7/14/2009 02:48:04, 50768 bytes | + HID Keyboard Device | Vendor/Product ID: 0x046D, 0xC227 | Matching Device ID: hid_device_system_keyboard | Service: kbdhid | Driver: kbdhid.sys, 11/20/2010 11:33:25, 33280 bytes | Driver: kbdclass.sys, 7/14/2009 02:48:04, 50768 bytes | + HID Keyboard Device | Vendor/Product ID: 0x046D, 0xC232 | Matching Device ID: hid_device_system_keyboard | Service: kbdhid | Driver: kbdhid.sys, 11/20/2010 11:33:25, 33280 bytes | Driver: kbdclass.sys, 7/14/2009 02:48:04, 50768 bytes | + Razer Naga | Vendor/Product ID: 0x1532, 0x0015 | Matching Device ID: hidvid_1532&pid_0015&mi_01 | Upper Filters: RzSynapse | Service: kbdhid | Driver: RzSynapse.sys, 12/16/2010 10:23:14, 126464 bytes | Driver: kbdhid.sys, 11/20/2010 11:33:25, 33280 bytes | Driver: kbdclass.sys, 7/14/2009 02:48:04, 50768 bytes | Driver: WdfCoInstaller01007.dll, 5/10/2010 14:40:50, 1490656 bytes | + Terminal Server Keyboard Driver | Matching Device ID: rootrdp_kbd | Upper Filters: kbdclass | Service: TermDD | Driver: i8042prt.sys, 7/14/2009 00:19:57, 105472 bytes | Driver: kbdclass.sys, 7/14/2009 02:48:04, 50768 bytes | + HID-compliant mouse | Vendor/Product ID: 0x046D, 0xC231 | Matching Device ID: hid_device_system_mouse | Service: mouhid | Driver: mouhid.sys, 7/14/2009 01:00:20, 31232 bytes | Driver: mouclass.sys, 7/14/2009 02:48:27, 49216 bytes | + Razer Naga | Vendor/Product ID: 0x1532, 0x0015 | Matching Device ID: hidvid_1532&pid_0015&mi_00 | Upper Filters: RzSynapse | Service: mouhid | Driver: RzSynapse.sys, 12/16/2010 10:23:14, 126464 bytes | Driver: mouhid.sys, 7/14/2009 01:00:20, 31232 bytes | Driver: mouclass.sys, 7/14/2009 02:48:27, 49216 bytes | Driver: WdfCoInstaller01007.dll, 5/10/2010 14:40:50, 1490656 bytes | + Terminal Server Mouse Driver | Matching Device ID: rootrdp_mou | Upper Filters: mouclass | Service: TermDD | Driver: termdd.sys, 11/20/2010 14:33:57, 63360 bytes | Driver: sermouse.sys, 7/14/2009 01:00:20, 26624 bytes | Driver: mouclass.sys, 7/14/2009 02:48:27, 49216 bytes ------------------------ Disk & DVD/CD-ROM Drives ------------------------ Drive: C: Free Space: 20.2 GB Total Space: 1430.8 GB File System: NTFS Model: SAMSUNG HD154UI ATA Device Drive: D: Free Space: 11.7 GB Total Space: 939.9 GB File System: NTFS Model: Hitachi HDT721010SLA360 ATA Device Drive: F: Free Space: 3.9 GB Total Space: 4.0 GB File System: NTFS Model: Hitachi HDT721010SLA360 ATA Device Drive: L: Free Space: 0.4 GB Total Space: 953.9 GB File System: NTFS Model: SAMSUNG HD103SJ ATA Device Drive: E: Model: Optiarc DVD RW AD-7280S ATA Device Driver: c:windowssystem32driverscdrom.sys, 6.01.7601.17514 (English), 11/20/2010 10:19:21, 147456 bytes -------------- System Devices -------------- Name: PCI standard host CPU bridge Device ID: PCIVEN_1022&DEV_1204&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_003&267A616A&0&C4 Driver: n/a Name: PCI standard host CPU bridge Device ID: PCIVEN_1022&DEV_1200&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_003&267A616A&0&C0 Driver: n/a Name: Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_4398&SUBSYS_83891043&REV_003&267A616A&0&99 Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbohci.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:04, 25600 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbport.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:14, 325120 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbhub.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:26, 343040 bytes Name: Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_4396&SUBSYS_83891043&REV_003&267A616A&0&9A Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbehci.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:04, 52736 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbport.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:14, 325120 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbhub.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:26, 343040 bytes Name: ATI I/O Communications Processor PCI Bus Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_4384&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_003&267A616A&0&A4 Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSpci.sys, 6.01.7601.17514 (English), 11/20/2010 14:33:48, 184704 bytes Name: Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_4398&SUBSYS_83891043&REV_003&267A616A&0&91 Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbohci.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:04, 25600 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbport.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:14, 325120 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbhub.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:26, 343040 bytes Name: Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_4396&SUBSYS_83891043&REV_003&267A616A&0&92 Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbehci.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:04, 52736 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbport.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:14, 325120 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbhub.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:26, 343040 bytes Name: Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_84321043&REV_064&1708FA51&0&0050 Driver: n/a Name: PCI standard host CPU bridge Device ID: PCIVEN_1022&DEV_1203&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_003&267A616A&0&C3 Driver: n/a Name: PCI standard ISA bridge Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_439D&SUBSYS_83891043&REV_003&267A616A&0&A3 Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSmsisadrv.sys, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/14/2009 02:48:27, 15424 bytes Name: High Definition Audio Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_AA30&SUBSYS_AA301787&REV_004&2A1FC852&0&0110 Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERShdaudbus.sys, 6.01.7601.17514 (English), 11/20/2010 11:43:43, 122368 bytes Name: High Definition Audio Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_4383&SUBSYS_836C1043&REV_003&267A616A&0&A2 Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERShdaudbus.sys, 6.01.7601.17514 (English), 11/20/2010 11:43:43, 122368 bytes Name: ASMedia XHCI Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_1B21&DEV_1042&SUBSYS_84881043&REV_004&AB0F605&0&0038 Driver: n/a Name: PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge Device ID: PCIVEN_1022&DEV_9609&SUBSYS_83881043&REV_003&267A616A&0&50 Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSpci.sys, 6.01.7601.17514 (English), 11/20/2010 14:33:48, 184704 bytes Name: PCI standard host CPU bridge Device ID: PCIVEN_1022&DEV_1202&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_003&267A616A&0&C2 Driver: n/a Name: Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_439C&SUBSYS_83891043&REV_003&267A616A&0&A1 Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSpciide.sys, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/14/2009 02:45:45, 12352 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSpciidex.sys, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/14/2009 02:45:46, 48720 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSatapi.sys, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/14/2009 02:52:21, 24128 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSataport.sys, 6.01.7601.17514 (English), 11/20/2010 14:32:46, 155520 bytes Name: Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_4397&SUBSYS_83891043&REV_003&267A616A&0&98 Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbohci.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:04, 25600 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbport.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:14, 325120 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbhub.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:26, 343040 bytes Name: PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge Device ID: PCIVEN_1022&DEV_9607&SUBSYS_83881043&REV_003&267A616A&0&38 Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSpci.sys, 6.01.7601.17514 (English), 11/20/2010 14:33:48, 184704 bytes Name: ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_9442&SUBSYS_22661787&REV_004&2A1FC852&0&0010 Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSatikmdag.sys, 8.01.0001.1152 (English), 4/20/2011 02:44:50, 9319936 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSati2erec.dll, 1.00.0000.0020 (English), 4/20/2011 01:20:52, 53248 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSatikmpag.sys, 8.14.0001.6210 (English), 4/20/2011 01:22:34, 306176 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atiumd64.dll, 7.14.0010.0833 (English), 4/20/2011 01:31:14, 5440000 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atiumd6a.dll, 8.14.0010.0308 (English), 4/20/2011 01:40:04, 3868672 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atitmm64.dll, 6.14.0011.0023 (English), 4/20/2011 02:03:06, 120320 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atiicdxx.dat, 2/28/2011 21:30:06, 233012 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32amdpcom64.dll, 8.14.0010.0023 (English), 4/20/2011 01:13:38, 53760 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atimpc64.dll, 8.14.0010.0023 (English), 4/20/2011 01:13:38, 53760 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atiadlxx.dll, 6.14.0010.1057 (English), 4/20/2011 01:23:14, 366080 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atiumd6a.cap, 4/20/2011 01:36:12, 989600 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atimuixx.dll, 6.14.0010.1002 (English), 4/20/2011 02:02:26, 16384 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atiapfxx.exe, 6.14.0010.1001 (English), 4/20/2011 02:09:20, 151552 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atiapfxx.blb, 4/20/2011 02:09:46, 165296 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atiumd6v.dll, 7.14.0010.0184 (English), 4/20/2011 01:40:50, 1222656 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atiesrxx.exe, 6.14.0011.1092 (English), 4/20/2011 02:04:20, 203776 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atieclxx.exe, 6.14.0011.1092 (English), 4/20/2011 02:04:56, 480256 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atipdl64.dll, 6.14.0010.2563 (English), 4/20/2011 02:02:50, 423424 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atiedu64.dll, 6.14.0010.2514 (English), 4/20/2011 02:02:22, 59392 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32ATIDEMGX.dll, 2.00.4126.37954 (English), 4/20/2011 02:05:08, 462848 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atio6axx.dll, 6.14.0010.10750 (English), 4/20/2011 02:30:18, 22900736 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32aticaldd64.dll, 6.14.0010.1385 (English), 4/20/2011 01:45:54, 7768064 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32aticalrt64.dll, 6.14.0010.1385 (English), 4/20/2011 01:46:18, 51200 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32aticalcl64.dll, 6.14.0010.1385 (English), 4/20/2011 01:46:06, 44544 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atipblag.dat, 3/17/2011 17:51:46, 3929 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atiu9p64.dll, 8.14.0001.6210 (English), 4/20/2011 01:21:34, 38912 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atiuxp64.dll, 8.14.0001.6210 (English), 4/20/2011 01:21:46, 40960 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atig6pxx.dll, 8.14.0001.6210 (English), 4/20/2011 01:22:56, 14848 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atig6txx.dll, 8.14.0001.6210 (English), 4/20/2011 01:22:50, 39936 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atibtmon.exe, 2.00.0000.0000 (English), 5/11/2009 22:35:28, 118784 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atidxx64.dll, 8.17.0010.0355 (English), 4/20/2011 01:49:32, 4951552 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64atiumdag.dll, 7.14.0010.0833 (English), 4/20/2011 01:38:06, 4286464 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64atiumdva.dll, 8.14.0010.0308 (English), 4/20/2011 01:30:38, 4056576 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64amdpcom32.dll, 8.14.0010.0023 (English), 4/20/2011 01:13:30, 52736 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64atimpc32.dll, 8.14.0010.0023 (English), 4/20/2011 01:13:30, 52736 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64atiadlxy.dll, 6.14.0010.1057 (English), 4/20/2011 01:23:08, 262144 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64atiumdva.cap, 4/20/2011 01:29:36, 989600 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64atiumdmv.dll, 7.14.0010.0184 (English), 4/20/2011 01:40:16, 1923584 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64atipdlxx.dll, 6.14.0010.2563 (English), 4/20/2011 02:02:44, 356352 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64Oemdspif.dll, 6.15.0006.0006 (English), 4/20/2011 02:02:32, 278528 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64ati2edxx.dll, 6.14.0010.2514 (English), 4/20/2011 02:02:18, 43520 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64atioglxx.dll, 6.14.0010.10750 (English), 4/20/2011 02:07:04, 17693184 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64atidxx32.dll, 8.17.0010.0355 (English), 4/20/2011 01:59:22, 4161536 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64aticaldd.dll, 6.14.0010.1385 (English), 4/20/2011 01:42:06, 6389760 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64aticalrt.dll, 6.14.0010.1385 (English), 4/20/2011 01:46:16, 46080 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64aticalcl.dll, 6.14.0010.1385 (English), 4/20/2011 01:46:04, 44032 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64atipblag.dat, 3/17/2011 17:51:46, 3929 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64atiu9pag.dll, 8.14.0001.6210 (English), 4/20/2011 01:21:26, 29184 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64atiuxpag.dll, 8.14.0001.6210 (English), 4/20/2011 01:21:40, 31232 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64atigktxx.dll, 8.14.0001.6210 (English), 4/20/2011 01:22:42, 32768 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64atiglpxx.dll, 8.14.0001.6210 (English), 4/20/2011 01:22:54, 12800 bytes Driver: C:Windowsatiogl.xml, 4/5/2011 23:46:16, 32200 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32ATIODCLI.exe, 1.00.0000.0001 (English), 6/22/2009 16:34:36, 51200 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32ATIODE.exe, 1.00.0000.0001 (English), 8/27/2010 19:33:08, 332800 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32atiglpxx.dll, 8.14.0001.6210 (English), 4/20/2011 01:22:54, 12800 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32aticfx64.dll, 8.17.0010.1077 (English), 4/20/2011 02:07:48, 795648 bytes Driver: C:WindowsSysWOW64aticfx32.dll, 8.17.0010.1077 (English), 4/20/2011 02:09:06, 676864 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32coinst.dll, 1.00.0003.0005 (English), 4/20/2011 01:27:00, 58880 bytes Name: Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_4397&SUBSYS_83891043&REV_003&267A616A&0&90 Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbohci.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:04, 25600 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbport.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:14, 325120 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbhub.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:26, 343040 bytes Name: Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_4390&SUBSYS_83891043&REV_003&267A616A&0&88 Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSpciide.sys, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/14/2009 02:45:45, 12352 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSpciidex.sys, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/14/2009 02:45:46, 48720 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSatapi.sys, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/14/2009 02:52:21, 24128 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSataport.sys, 6.01.7601.17514 (English), 11/20/2010 14:32:46, 155520 bytes Name: PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge Device ID: PCIVEN_1022&DEV_9603&SUBSYS_83881043&REV_003&267A616A&0&10 Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSpci.sys, 6.01.7601.17514 (English), 11/20/2010 14:33:48, 184704 bytes Name: PCI standard host CPU bridge Device ID: PCIVEN_1022&DEV_1201&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_003&267A616A&0&C1 Driver: n/a Name: Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_4399&SUBSYS_83891043&REV_003&267A616A&0&A5 Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbohci.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:04, 25600 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbport.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:14, 325120 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversusbhub.sys, 6.01.7601.17586 (English), 3/25/2011 04:29:26, 343040 bytes Name: ATI I/O Communications Processor SMBus Controller Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_4385&SUBSYS_83891043&REV_3C3&267A616A&0&A0 Driver: n/a Name: PCI standard host CPU bridge Device ID: PCIVEN_1022&DEV_9600&SUBSYS_83881043&REV_003&267A616A&0&00 Driver: n/a Name: Atheros AR5007G Wireless Network Adapter #2 Device ID: PCIVEN_168C&DEV_001D&SUBSYS_2055168C&REV_014&2966AB86&0&30A4 Driver: C:Windowssystem32DRIVERSathrx.sys, 8.00.0000.0238 (English), 10/5/2009 17:34:00, 1542656 bytes Driver: C:Windowssystem32driversvwifibus.sys, 6.01.7600.16385 (English), 7/14/2009 01:07:21, 24576 bytes ------------------ DirectShow Filters ------------------ DirectShow Filters: WMAudio Decoder DMO,0x00800800,1,1,WMADMOD.DLL,6.01.7601.17514 WMAPro over S/PDIF DMO,0x00600800,1,1,WMADMOD.DLL,6.01.7601.17514 WMSpeech Decoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,WMSPDMOD.DLL,6.01.7601.17514 Zune AAC Decoder DMO,0x005fffff,1,1,ZuneAACDec.dll,11.05.7600.6740 MP3 Decoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,mp3dmod.dll,6.01.7600.16385 Mpeg4s Decoder DMO,0x00800001,1,1,mp4sdecd.dll,6.01.7600.16385 WMV Screen decoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,wmvsdecd.dll,6.01.7601.17514 WMVideo Decoder DMO,0x00800001,1,1,wmvdecod.dll,6.01.7601.17514 Microsoft Zune Mpeg4s Decoder DMO,0x00800001,1,1,ZUNEMP4SDECD.dll,12.08.2345.0000 Mpeg43 Decoder DMO,0x00800001,1,1,mp43decd.dll,6.01.7600.16385 Mpeg4 Decoder DMO,0x00800001,1,1,mpg4decd.dll,6.01.7600.16385 Xiph.Org Theora Decoder,0x00600000,1,1,dsfTheoraDecoder.dll, Xiph.Org Vorbis Decoder,0x00600000,1,1,dsfVorbisDecoder.dll, DV Muxer,0x00400000,0,0,qdv.dll,6.06.7601.17514 Color Space Converter,0x00400001,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 LogMeIn Video Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,racodec.ax,4.01.0000.2504 WM ASF Reader,0x00400000,0,0,qasf.dll,12.00.7601.17514 Audio Source,0x00200000,0,1,wmprevu.dll,10.00.0000.3809 Zune Enhanced Video Renderer,0x00200000,1,0,ZuneEvr.dll,4.08.2345.0000 Screen Capture filter,0x00200000,0,1,wmpsrcwp.dll,12.00.7601.17514 AVI Splitter,0x00600000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 VGA 16 Color Ditherer,0x00400000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 SBE2MediaTypeProfile,0x00200000,0,0,sbe.dll,6.06.7601.17528 Xiph.Org Ogg Muxer,0x00200000,1,0,dsfOggMux.dll, Microsoft DTV-DVD Video Decoder,0x005fffff,2,4,msmpeg2vdec.dll,6.01.7140.0000 AC3 Parser Filter,0x00600000,1,1,mpg2splt.ax,6.06.7601.17528 StreamBufferSink,0x00200000,0,0,sbe.dll,6.06.7601.17528 Microsoft TV Captions Decoder,0x00200001,1,0,MSTVCapn.dll,6.01.7601.17715 MJPEG Decompressor,0x00600000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 CBVA DMO wrapper filter,0x00200000,1,1,cbva.dll,6.01.7601.17514 MPEG-I Stream Splitter,0x00600000,1,2,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Xiph.Org FLAC Decoder,0x00600000,1,1,dsfFLACDecoder.dll, SAMI (CC) Parser,0x00400000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 VBI Codec,0x00600000,1,4,VBICodec.ax,6.06.7601.17514 ATI MPEG File Writer,0x00200000,1,0,atimpenc64.dll,11.06.0000.51125 ATI MPEG Video Decoder,0x005fffff,1,2,atimpenc64.dll,11.06.0000.51125 MPEG-2 Splitter,0x005fffff,1,0,mpg2splt.ax,6.06.7601.17528 Closed Captions Analysis Filter,0x00200000,2,5,cca.dll,6.06.7601.17514 SBE2FileScan,0x00200000,0,0,sbe.dll,6.06.7601.17528 Microsoft MPEG-2 Video Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,msmpeg2enc.dll,6.01.7601.17514 LogMeIn Video Decoder,0x00800000,1,1,racodec.ax,4.01.0000.2504 Internal Script Command Renderer,0x00800001,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 MPEG Audio Decoder,0x03680001,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Screen Capture filter,0x00200000,0,1,ZuneSrcWrp.dll,4.08.2345.0000 DV Splitter,0x00600000,1,2,qdv.dll,6.06.7601.17514 Video Mixing Renderer 9,0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Disk Record Queue,0x00200000,1,1,wmedque.dll,10.00.0000.3809 Xiph.Org Theora Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,dsfTheoraEncoder.dll, Xiph.Org Vorbis Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,dsfVorbisEncoder.dll, Microsoft MPEG-2 Encoder,0x00200000,2,1,msmpeg2enc.dll,6.01.7601.17514 Color Converter,0x00200000,1,1,declrds.ax,10.00.0000.3809 ATI MPEG Audio Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,atimpenc64.dll,11.06.0000.51125 ACM Wrapper,0x00600000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Video Renderer,0x00800001,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 MPEG-2 Video Stream Analyzer,0x00200000,0,0,sbe.dll,6.06.7601.17528 Xiph.Org Native FLAC Decoder,0x00600000,0,1,dsfNativeFLACSource.dll, Line 21 Decoder,0x00600000,1,1,, Video Port Manager,0x00600000,2,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Xiph.Org Speex Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,dsfSpeexEncoder.dll, Video Renderer,0x00400000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 ATI MPEG Video Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,atimpenc64.dll,11.06.0000.51125 Xiph.Org Speex Decoder,0x00600000,1,1,dsfSpeexDecoder.dll, Xiph.Org FLAC Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,dsfFLACEncoder.dll, DivX Decoder Filter,0x00800000,1,1,DivXDec.ax,7.01.0001.0014 ATI MPEG Multiplexer,0x00200000,2,1,atimpenc64.dll,11.06.0000.51125 VPS Decoder,0x00200000,0,0,WSTPager.ax,6.06.7601.17514 WM ASF Writer,0x00400000,0,0,qasf.dll,12.00.7601.17514 VBI Surface Allocator,0x00600000,1,1,vbisurf.ax,6.01.7601.17514 File writer,0x00200000,1,0,qcap.dll,6.06.7601.17514 iTV Data Sink,0x00600000,1,0,itvdata.dll,6.06.7601.17514 iTV Data Capture filter,0x00600000,1,1,itvdata.dll,6.06.7601.17514 ATI Video Scaler Filter,0x00200000,1,1,atimpenc64.dll,11.06.0000.51125 DVD Navigator,0x00200000,0,3,qdvd.dll,6.06.7601.17835 Microsoft TV Subtitles Decoder,0x00200001,1,0,MSTVCapn.dll,6.01.7601.17715 Overlay Mixer2,0x00200000,1,1,, RDP DShow Redirection Filter,0xffffffff,1,0,DShowRdpFilter.dll, Microsoft MPEG-2 Audio Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,msmpeg2enc.dll,6.01.7601.17514 WST Pager,0x00200000,1,1,WSTPager.ax,6.06.7601.17514 MPEG-2 Demultiplexer,0x00600000,1,1,mpg2splt.ax,6.06.7601.17528 DV Video Decoder,0x00800000,1,1,qdv.dll,6.06.7601.17514 Screen Capture filter,0x00200000,0,1,wmesrcwp.dll,10.00.0000.3809 SampleGrabber,0x00200000,1,1,qedit.dll,6.06.7601.17514 Null Renderer,0x00200000,1,0,qedit.dll,6.06.7601.17514 MPEG-2 Sections and Tables,0x005fffff,1,0,Mpeg2Data.ax,6.06.7601.17514 Microsoft AC3 Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,msac3enc.dll,6.01.7601.17514 Xiph.Org Ogg Demuxer,0x00600000,1,1,dsfOggDemux2.dll, StreamBufferSource,0x00200000,0,0,sbe.dll,6.06.7601.17528 Smart Tee,0x00200000,1,2,qcap.dll,6.06.7601.17514 Overlay Mixer,0x00200000,0,0,, AVI Decompressor,0x00600000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 NetBridge,0x00200000,2,0,netbridge.dll,6.01.7601.17514 AVI/WAV File Source,0x00400000,0,2,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Wave Parser,0x00400000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 MIDI Parser,0x00400000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Multi-file Parser,0x00400000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 File stream renderer,0x00400000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Video Source,0x00200000,0,1,wmprevu.dll,10.00.0000.3809 ATI Video Rotation Filter,0x00200000,1,1,atimpenc64.dll,11.06.0000.51125 Microsoft DTV-DVD Audio Decoder,0x005fffff,1,1,msmpeg2adec.dll,6.01.7140.0000 StreamBufferSink2,0x00200000,0,0,sbe.dll,6.06.7601.17528 AVI Mux,0x00200000,1,0,qcap.dll,6.06.7601.17514 Microsoft Zune H.264 Video Decoder,0x005fffff,1,1,ZuneH264Dec.dll,11.05.7600.6740 Line 21 Decoder 2,0x00600002,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 File Source (Async.),0x00400000,0,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 File Source (URL),0x00400000,0,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Media Center Extender Encryption Filter,0x00200000,2,2,Mcx2Filter.dll,6.01.7601.17514 AudioRecorder WAV Dest,0x00200000,0,0,WavDest.dll, AudioRecorder Wave Form,0x00200000,0,0,WavDest.dll, SoundRecorder Null Renderer,0x00200000,0,0,WavDest.dll, WebM Muxer Filter,0x00200000,2,1,webmmux.dll,0.09.0012.0000 WebM VP8 Decoder Filter,0x00600000,1,1,vp8decoder.dll,0.09.0012.0000 WebM VP8 Encoder Filter,0x00200000,1,1,vp8encoder.dll,0.09.0012.0000 WebM Splitter Filter,0x00600000,1,1,webmsplit.dll,0.09.0012.0000 Infinite Pin Tee Filter,0x00200000,1,1,qcap.dll,6.06.7601.17514 Enhanced Video Renderer,0x00200000,1,0,evr.dll,6.01.7601.17514 BDA MPEG2 Transport Information Filter,0x00200000,2,0,psisrndr.ax,6.06.7601.17669 MPEG Video Decoder,0x40000001,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 WDM Streaming Tee/Splitter Devices: Tee/Sink-to-Sink Converter,0x00200000,1,1,ksproxy.ax,6.01.7601.17514 Video Compressors: WMVideo8 Encoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,wmvxencd.dll,6.01.7600.16385 WMVideo9 Encoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,wmvencod.dll,6.01.7600.16385 MSScreen 9 encoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,wmvsencd.dll,6.01.7600.16385 DV Video Encoder,0x00200000,0,0,qdv.dll,6.06.7601.17514 LogMeIn Video Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,racodec.ax,4.01.0000.2504 MJPEG Compressor,0x00200000,0,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Xiph.Org Theora Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,dsfTheoraEncoder.dll, WebM VP8 Encoder Filter,0x00200000,1,1,vp8encoder.dll,0.09.0012.0000 Audio Compressors: WM Speech Encoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,WMSPDMOE.DLL,6.01.7600.16385 WMAudio Encoder DMO,0x00600800,1,1,WMADMOE.DLL,6.01.7600.16385 ATI MPEG Audio Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,atimpenc64.dll,11.06.0000.51125 Xiph.Org Vorbis Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,dsfVorbisEncoder.dll, Xiph.Org Speex Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,dsfSpeexEncoder.dll, Xiph.Org FLAC Encoder,0x00200000,1,1,dsfFLACEncoder.dll, IMA ADPCM,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 PCM,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Microsoft ADPCM,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 GSM 6.10,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 CCITT A-Law,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 CCITT u-Law,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 MPEG Layer-3,0x00200000,1,1,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Audio Capture Sources: Microphone (VIA High Definition,0x00200000,0,0,qcap.dll,6.06.7601.17514 Microphone (Avnex Virtual Audio,0x00200000,0,0,qcap.dll,6.06.7601.17514 Microphone (Screaming Bee Audio,0x00200000,0,0,qcap.dll,6.06.7601.17514 Stereo Mix (VIA High Definition,0x00200000,0,0,qcap.dll,6.06.7601.17514 PBDA CP Filters: PBDA DTFilter,0x00600000,1,1,CPFilters.dll,6.06.7601.17528 PBDA ETFilter,0x00200000,0,0,CPFilters.dll,6.06.7601.17528 PBDA PTFilter,0x00200000,0,0,CPFilters.dll,6.06.7601.17528 Midi Renderers: Default MidiOut Device,0x00800000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Microsoft GS Wavetable Synth,0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 WDM Streaming Capture Devices: VIA HD Audio Input,0x00200000,1,1,ksproxy.ax,6.01.7601.17514 Screaming Bee Wave,0x00200000,1,1,ksproxy.ax,6.01.7601.17514 Avnex Virtual Audio Device,0x00200000,2,2,ksproxy.ax,6.01.7601.17514 WDM Streaming Rendering Devices: HD Audio digital out,0x00200000,1,1,ksproxy.ax,6.01.7601.17514 HD Audio HDMI out,0x00200000,1,1,ksproxy.ax,6.01.7601.17514 VIA HD Audio Output,0x00200000,1,1,ksproxy.ax,6.01.7601.17514 ,0x00000000,0,0,, Avnex Virtual Audio Device,0x00200000,2,2,ksproxy.ax,6.01.7601.17514 BDA Network Providers: Microsoft ATSC Network Provider,0x00200000,0,1,MSDvbNP.ax,6.06.7601.17514 Microsoft DVBC Network Provider,0x00200000,0,1,MSDvbNP.ax,6.06.7601.17514 Microsoft DVBS Network Provider,0x00200000,0,1,MSDvbNP.ax,6.06.7601.17514 Microsoft DVBT Network Provider,0x00200000,0,1,MSDvbNP.ax,6.06.7601.17514 Microsoft Network Provider,0x00200000,0,1,MSNP.ax,6.06.7601.17514 Multi-Instance Capable VBI Codecs: VBI Codec,0x00600000,1,4,VBICodec.ax,6.06.7601.17514 BDA Transport Information Renderers: BDA MPEG2 Transport Information Filter,0x00600000,2,0,psisrndr.ax,6.06.7601.17669 MPEG-2 Sections and Tables,0x00600000,1,0,Mpeg2Data.ax,6.06.7601.17514 BDA CP/CA Filters: Decrypt/Tag,0x00600000,1,1,EncDec.dll,6.06.7601.17708 Encrypt/Tag,0x00200000,0,0,EncDec.dll,6.06.7601.17708 PTFilter,0x00200000,0,0,EncDec.dll,6.06.7601.17708 XDS Codec,0x00200000,0,0,EncDec.dll,6.06.7601.17708 WDM Streaming Communication Transforms: Tee/Sink-to-Sink Converter,0x00200000,1,1,ksproxy.ax,6.01.7601.17514 Audio Renderers: Speakers (VIA High Definition A,0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Default DirectSound Device,0x00800000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Default WaveOut Device,0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 DirectSound: HD Audio HDMI out (VIA High Definition Audio),0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 DirectSound: SPDIF Interface (TX1) (VIA High Definition Audio),0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 DirectSound: Speakers (Avnex Virtual Audio Device),0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 DirectSound: Speakers (VIA High Definition Audio),0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 HD Audio HDMI out (VIA High Def,0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 SPDIF Interface (TX1) (VIA High,0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 Speakers (Avnex Virtual Audio D,0x00200000,1,0,quartz.dll,6.06.7601.17713 --------------- EVR Power Information --------------- Current Setting: {5C67A112-A4C9-483F-B4A7-1D473BECAFDC} (Quality) Quality Flags: 2576 Enabled: Force throttling Allow half deinterlace Allow scaling Decode Power Usage: 100 Balanced Flags: 1424 Enabled: Force throttling Allow batching Force half deinterlace Force scaling Decode Power Usage: 50 PowerFlags: 1424 Enabled: Force throttling Allow batching Force half deinterlace Force scaling Decode Power Usage: 0 Any more information,the blood of my firstborn for example needed then just ask and I shall provide it.
EDIT:
Just read that and my BIOS date is way out of whack,anything important about this?

EDIT2:
http://www.getsysteminfo.com/read.ph...cc50afd1e405ee
Also just ran this thing to solve another unrelated problem,it shows...a lot of info that could be useful




Hey Guys,
I'm trying to get my new HTPC up and running but having an issue with networking.
Its running Windows 7 (RC 7127) on an Asus M3N78-EM motherboard with an nForce network controller.
I plug the ethernet patch lead in and it says the Network cable is unplugged.

I tried plugging a crossover cable, from the new computer to my laptop which worked fine. The computers could see eachother - lights were flashing and files were transferring nice and quick., so thought it might be the cable.

Today I went out to buy a new patch lead, and i'm still getting the same problem - it keeps saying Network cable unplugged.

I'm trying to connect it to my DLINK DSL-G604T router which all the other computers connect to without
a problem.

I just checked Device Manager and it had 2 devices that weren't found

One was a 'co processor' which turned out to be the nForce System Management Controller, that is now installed.
The other shows up as 'unknown device' which it cant find on my driver disc so not sure what it is

Successfully updated all the drivers with the new nForce Win7 X64 drivers (15.37)
It updated my ethernet adapter which now reads "NVIDIA nForce 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet" but still no luck with sensing the cable. I've also tried forcing it to 100mbps full duplex with no luck either.

Now when I try to run diagnosis it displays
The "Local Area Connection" is experiencing driver or hardware related problems.

Can anyone else help me with what could be causing this problem?!?




I had build 6801 installed and running perfectly with the transparent superbar and and menus with the Aero peek feature and show desktop peek, then because the Beta was released I decided to install it and now my resolutions are not right and the superbar is solid grey with no peek features at all. This happened before on build 6801 but after I installed Blue badge and hit a different theme it all went Aero and transparent superbar.

I updated all drivers and restarted and tried different themes and still solid superbar and no aero features. The only thing that seems to be slightly off is under the device manager in the Display adapters, its says Standard VGA graphics adapter, when it should be saying something about my video card driver. I thought I had an Nvidia one on my HP but I can open it up and look to see what is the exact model and double check and find the driver and install and hope that is it, but not sure if it is. Any iseas how to resolve this one?

Thanks




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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first, i'm apologizing for being a computer idiot.

okay, i just did a clean install of Windows 7.
a few months ago, i had a new graphics card installed to allow me to play The Sims 3.
everything worked fine, until I installed Windows 7.

Now, in my device manager, I show two graphics cards:
- Radeon X1300/X1550 Series (Microsoft Corporation WDDM)
- Standard VGA Graphics Adapter.

Both show up as fully updated with working drivers, and claim to be working properly.
When I try to start Sims, it says my graphics card is not compatible with the game (which I assume means it's running off the standard graphics card rather than the one I installed a few months ago which played the game perfectly).

I disabled The standard VGA, thinking it would use the Radeon card if the AVG were disabled, but it doesn't. My computer starts up, and works fine, and the screen display says I'm not currently using a graphics card (which confuses the hell out of me, because I thought I wouldn't be able to use the computer without one).

I checked the Compatibility center, and they say it's compatible.
So, my question is, How do i get my computer to use the Radeon card?




I have a new Acer Aspire V3-571 laptop with Windows 7 x64. Yesterday I bought a GPS receiver (Qstarz 818XT). It has a wireless Bluetooth adapter just like a keyboard/mouse adapter. I noticed that my laptop was having issues shutting down. I would tell it to shut down, and a few hours later the laptop would still be busy shutting down. I manually shut it down, and when I started it again there was a notification that a crash dump had been created. It also had issues starting up. I found that these problems stopped as soon as I removed the Bluetooth USB receiver from the USB port.
I checked the event logs, and they show numerous errors related to the bluetooth device. Always two identical warnings followed by an error.
The warning is: Event 3, BTHUSB - A command sent to the adapter has timed out. The adapter did not respond.
The error is: Event 17, BTHUSB - The local Bluetooth adapter has failed in an undetermined manner and will not be used. The driver has been unloaded.

If I go to devices and printers, this is the information that it shows regarding the Bluetooth USB reciever.

broadcom 2046 bluetooth 2.1 usb uhe dongle
Device Type: Bluetooth Radios
Manufacturer: Broadcom
Location: Location 0 (Port_#0003.Hub_#0002)

Driver Version: 6.5.1.2600 (Date - 3/16/2012)

Also if I check device manager, In Broadcom 2046 Bluetooth 2.1 USB UHE Dongle Properties, I will get a message sometimes saying 'Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43). After a minute or so it will change and say 'This device is working properly.' Almost immediately afterwards it will change again and display the error message again.
Also it shows the yellow triangle by the device, and this disappears when it is 'working', only to appear a few minutes later again.





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Under User Interface:
Disable AeroMake menu bars and window frames opaque instead of translucentDo not animate windows when minimizing and maximizingSlow the window animations when holding Shift keyDisable 3D Window SwitchingAdd context menu to activate Flip 3DTurn off Aero PeekTurn off Aero SnapTurn off Aero Shake
Under Visual Effects:
Hide window contents while draggingDo not drop shadows under icons on the desktopDo not use translucent selection rectangleShow Windows version in the desktop bottom right cornerSelect how you want the arrows displayed on shortcuts
Under Animation:
Do not allow window animationDo not use smooth scrolling for list boxesDo not animate drop-down listsSelect tooltip animation types
Menu:
Do not use menu fading animation effectsHide shadows under menusHide underlined letters for keybaord navigation until ALT is pressedMenu animation effects optionsDelay before displaying submenus (in milliseconds!)Full font smoothing optionsExtended ClearType and Standard font smoothing options
Start Menu:
Hide "Log Off" from the Start MenuHide the "Run itemHide "Set Program Access And Defaults" ("Default Programs" in Vista)Hide the "Help and Support" itemHide the "All Programs" menuHide "Administrative Tools"Hide the list of frequently used programsHide the list of pinned programsHide the "See more results" link
Under Folder options determine whether to hide individual items, show them as a link, or show them as a menu easily

Effects:
Do not highlight recently installed programsDo not show partially installed programs in grayDo not sort the "All Programs" menu by nameDisable the context menu and drag itemsDisable the "Start" button tooltipExpand menu when you hover the mouse pointer over an itemEnable small icons in the Start menu
Taskbar:
Show notification areaDo not display tooltips in the notification areaDo not hide unused icons in the notification areaDo not display the network activity icon in the notification areaDo not display the sound settings icon in the notification areaDo not display the battery icon in the notifications areaAuto-hide taskbarDo not slide taskbar buttonsAllow moving or rearranging taskbar itemsGroup similar buttons: Do not group, Group when full, Always group and hide tagsButtons: Configure advanced settings for taskbar application buttons
Explorer:
Show hidden filesShow file extensionsuse Windows classic foldersDisplay checkboxes to help select multiple filesAlways show the menu bar in Windows ExplorerDisable file and folder pop-up descriptionsDisplay folder size in the folder tooltip
Thumbnails:
Disable thumbnail cache creationDo not display thumbnails in network foldersThumbnail quality - 0-100%Thumbnail size in pixelsShow address bar folder path autocompleteShow address bar folder path autosuggestShow address bar maximized as a drop-down listInclude variable "PATH" into search pathDisable automatic replacement of a blackslash to a forward slash
Context Menu:
Show "Open Command Prompt"Show "Send To"Show "Copy to Folder..."Show "Move to Folder..."Show "Run as administrator"Show "Take ownership"Show "Search..."
Options:
Restore open Explorer windows when you restartDisable CD burning functions in Windows ExplorerRun Desktop and Explorer tasks as seperate processesRun each Explorer window as a seperate processAutomatically restart the shell if a shell error occursDisable the option to search the Internet when you open a file with unknown extension
Explorer items:
Display encrypted and compressed files and folders in a different colorDrive letter is displayed after disk labelDrive letter is displayed before disk labelDrive letter is displayed before disk label for network driveDrive letter is not displayed!
Autoplay:

Disable autorun for:
Removable drives (Floppy, flash-drive, etc)Non-removable drives (hard disk, etc)Optical disk drives (CD, DVD, etc)Temporary memory disk (RAM-disk)Network drivesUnknown drive types
Command Prompt:
Enable advanced modeEnable delayed expansion of environmental variablesEnable quick editingFile names autocomplete hotkeyFolder names autocomplete hotkey
System Security:
Disable User Acount ControlSet all UAC options including advanced options only found in registry
Privacy Policy:
Wipe page file on computer shutdownClear the "Recent documents" list on logoffDo not create the "Recent Documents" listDo not store your logon password on the diskDisable hidden sharesDisable user trackingEnable encrypt/decrypt options in ExplorerDisable Faster User Switching
For anonymous users:
Access is allowed with the default settingsTransfer of accounts and SAM names is prohibitedAccess is denied if permits are not specified
Windows Defender:
Disable Windows DefenderDisable heuristic scanningDisable archive scansDisable removable media scansDisable e-mail scansDisable real-time protectionDisable real-time protection promptsDisable downloads checkupDisable executable files checkupDisable definition updates through alternate download locationsCheck for new signatures before scheduled scansDo not log unknown detectionsDo not log known good detections
Startup and Shutdown:
Disable Windows startup soundDisable parsing AUTOEXEC.BATDisplay information about previous logons during user logonDisable Ctrl-Alt-Del before logonRun logon scripts simultaneouslyOptimize system files placement on the diskSpecify time to wait before running Check Disk (chkdsK) in seconds
Event Logging:
Do not log any eventsLog standard events onlyLog all startup and shutdown events
Legal Notice:
Write any legal notice you want during startup of Microsoft Windows
Automatic login:
Use autologin and set credentials, including username, password, and domain
System:

OEM Info:

Configure Windows OEM attributes, such as the manufacturer's logo and support information that appears in the System Properties window.

This includes:
ManufacturerModelSupport URLWorking HoursPhone120x120 pixel logo
Application Start:
Disable "Program Compatibility Assistant"Disable "Program Compatibility Wizard"Disable running 16-bit applicationsRun 16-bit programs as a separate processAdd checkbox "Run in seperate memory space" for 16-bit applications
Error Handling:
Disable sound when errors occurAutomatic restart in case of a critical errorSend error reportsShow error notification in windowDon't save reports on your computerDon't send additional information in a reportDon't write error information into system log
If an error occurs:
Ask user consent to send a reportAutomatically include only basic information in the reportAutomatically include all but personal data in the reportAutomatically include all data in the report
Internet Explorer:

Interface:
Disable visual-styled controls in Internet Explorer pagesDisable page transitionsDisable Clear Type fontsDisable smooth scrollingDisable autoamtic updatesAlways show menusDo not show extended error messagesDo not show the welcome text for new opened tabsDo not show warning messages when closing tabsDo not send bug reports via the InternetAlways ask before downloading filesPlace the menu above the address bar
Behavior:
Let Internet Explorer decide how pop-ups should openAlways open pop-ups in a new windowAlways open pop-ups in a new tab
Specify how Internet Explorer displays a web page when it's launched from another program:
Opens in a new windowOpens in a new tab in the current windowOpens in the current tab or window
Connections
Speed up web browsing in IE by using more concurrent Internet connectionsIncludes anywhere from 1-20 connections (Default is 4)
Options:
Default file download directoryHome PageCaption string that is displayed after the page title
Microsoft Office:
Do not track document editing timeBlock updates from the Office Update SiteDisable Customer Experience Improvement programDisable error reportingDisable logging Microsoft Office activityDisable Office DiagnosticsDisable clipboard dialog boxPrevent Office Help from resizing the application window
Microsoft Word:
Do not check spelling as you typeDo not check grammar as you typeDo not use background printingDo not auto-save background printingDo not auto-save documents in the backgroundDo not use translucent selectionDo not check if MS Word is the default HTML editor
Microsoft Excel:
Show Formula bar in Full ViewCache spreadsheetsCache PivotTable reportsUndo steps: Set from 0 to 100
Software tweaks (The ones we can see so far)

Skype:
Disable file transferDisable loading language filesDisable publishing Skype status on the WebDisable Skype Public APIDisable checking for updatesDisable listening for TCP connectionsDisable UDP communications
Windows Media Player
Disable auto-updatesDisable automatic codec downloadsDisable Windows Media Digital Rights Management (DRM)Disable video smoothingDisable CD and DVD Media information retrievalDisable music file media information retrievalDisable media file sharingDisable script handling in media filesHide the "Privacy" tab in the settingsHide the "Security" tab in the settingsHide the "Network" tab in the settings
Adobe Reader:
Disable splash screenDisplay PDF in the browser windowDisable Purchase Acrobat item in the menu
Firefox:
Disable link prefetchingDo not reduce memory when minimizedDo not download favorite icons (favicons)Disable blinking elementsForce frames to be reesizableUse old style for opening tabsShow all images / Block all images / Load images from the requird site only and block images from othersClose Tab Button full range of optionsHow long Firefox waits for the web page data before it displays the page (From 0 to 1 sec)
System Information includes everything:
OverviewGeneralHardwareCPUMotherbaordMemory ModulesVideoStorageIO DevicesInput DevicesModemsNetwork AdaptersResourcesProblem DevicesOperating SystemProgramsNetworkApplication ErrorsDevice ManagerMemory UsagePerformance
Tasks show Applications, processes, services, and locked files. You can unlock locked files, change the status of services, end processes, and modify application data.

Auslogics Disk Explorer will show what folders are taking up the most space and allow you to delete empty folders on your system.

File Recovery allows you to undelete files.

Speed Up Internet includes:
Automatic tuningAuto HeuristicsDefault TTLGlobal Max TCP WindowMax MTUTCP Window SizeMax Connections Per 1_0 ServerMax Simultaneous HTTP ConnectionsFirefox Max ConnectionsFirefix Max Connections Per Server
TCP/IP
1323 OptsACK FrequencyARP Cache LifeARP Cache Min Reference LifeARP Cache SizeAuto HeuristicsAuto TuningCongestion ControlDefault TTLDel ACK TicksDisable Task OffloadECN CapabilityEnable PMTU BH DetectEnable PMTU DiscoveryFin Wait DelayGlobal Max TCP Window SizeInitial RTTIPv6 over IPv4Keep Alive InternalKeep Alive TimeMax Connect RetriesMax Data RetransmissionsMax Dup ACKsMax MTUNum ConnectionsReceive-side ScalingSACK EnabledTCP Window SizeSYN Attack ProtectTimed Wait DelayUse RFC1122 Urgent Pointer
Winsock:
Default Receive WindowDefault Send WindowLarge Buffer SizeMedium Buffer SizeNon Blocking Send Special bufferingSmall Buffer SizeTransmit Worker
Workstation:
Request Buffer SizeUse Raw ReadUse Raw WriteUse Write Raw Data
Dns Cache:
Adapter Timeout TimeHash Table Bucket SizeHash Table SizeMax Entry TTL LimitMax SOA Entry TTL LimitNegative SOA TimeNegative TimeNet Failure Time
Internet Explorer:
DNS Cache EnabledDNS Cache TimeoutKeepAlive TimeoutMax Connections Per 1_0 ServerMax Connections Per ServerReceive TimeoutServer Info TimeoutSocket Receive Buffer LengthSocket Send Buffer LengthTCP Autotuning
Firefox:
Disable IPv6DNS Cache EntriesDNS Cache ExpirationHTTP Connect TimeoutKeepAlive TimeoutMax ConnectionsMax Connections Per ServerMax Persistent Connections Per ServerMax Persistent Connections Per ProxyPipeliningPipelining Max RequestsPrefetch NextProxy PipeliningUse KeepAliveUsing Proxy KeepAlive
(Auto-optimization is based on Over 1Mbps / 1Mbps or lower (default that Windows assumes) / or 128kbps or lower)

The built-in System Advisor determines (THESE ARE JUST SOME):
Can the Internet connection be optimized?Is the registry fragmented?Can Windows shutdown be sped up?Can incorrect drivers be updated? (It updates them in Auslogics Device Manager)
Quick Tasks allow you to:
Erase browser historyErase Windows historyCleanupt emporary filesOptimize memory
Privacy allows you to shred files and wippe entire disks.

Let's check that one again:
Disk MaintenanceFree Up SpaceRemove DuplicatesExplore diskDisk cleanupDisk defragmentDisk repairSoftware ControlSystem TweaksService OptimizationDisaster RecoveryFile RecoveryRescue CenterRegistry MaintenanceRegistry RepairRegistry DefragmentSystem StatusSystem InformationSystem TasksSystem ServicesLocked FilesComputer PrivacyErase Computer HistoryShred FilesWipe disksSpeed Up InternetInternet OptimizationMemory Optimization
It is quite probable that Auslogics BoostSpeed is the best program on the market for system repair and optimization EVER. Even if you don't know how to use the options listed above, that is why this program is great. It really DOES it for you. It really does repair your registry, with money behind it that went into big time research and development.

Their previous freeware products have been used regularly by IT professionals, but this product includes absolutely everything. There is nothing missing in this program, and updates are absolutely frequent. It is the one application I would recommend to every member of Windows7Forums.com without hesitation. Even if you do not know what these settings mean, this program will optimize and repair your system without any doubt. Today, there are so many programs that "claim" to do this and do that. When we saw Auslogics offering a commercial solution I had to start offering it on my website after I saw what it could do. I had to make a video about it. I had to find a way to provide a discount to members.

I have recommended it to my mother, my grandparents, and I will bring it up to a client I am currently working with tomorrow who is asking for Windows XP. This is the program that you need to automatically manage your system and keep it up-to-date, speedy, and performing in top condition.

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This article is a great in-depth look at what's new in Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 (SP1). The release of SP1 for Windows Server 2008 R2 will coincide with the release of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1). Besides the expected roll-up of all previous released updates to Windows Server 2008 R2, Service Pack 1 promises to include vast improvements in memory handling for Microsoft's Hyper-V virtualization solution, support for forward-looking hardware, and changes in Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP).

Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Beta Delivers

"The Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 beta adds Dynamic Memory host memory management and RemoteFX to enhance VDI (virtual desktop infrastructure) implementations. eWEEK Labs' review of the beta shows that the new functionality enhances Hyper-V virtualization and VMware still sets the pace in enterprise VM infrastructure.

The beta release of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 introduces new ways to manage virtual machine memory, graphics and peripheral devices that add new dimensions to the usefulness of Hyper-V. While these advances step up Microsoft’s challenge in the virtual server and desktop arena, the preview offered in the beta release reveals that the first service pack release for the most current Microsoft server operating system is still catching up with already established benchmarks for enterprise-class virtualization.

These features, including Dynamic Memory, RemoteFX and improvements to USB redirection, will require IT manager attention as plans are made for server and remote desktop implementations over the next several years. IT managers who are considering data center virtualization projects should put the Windows Server 2008 R2 service pack beta on their immediate evaluation shortlist. The beta is stable enough for use in a test environment. My tests at eWEEK Labs showed that the fundamental implementation changes warrant enterprise users allotting significant test and strategic planning resources for an in-depth look at the SP1 beta.

The SP1 beta became available in July and is offered as a no-charge download from Microsoft.

I tested the SP1 beta on what can best be described as a professional design system because a sufficiently powerful graphics card is not part of our standard server test bed. In this case, I used a white box system outfitted with an AMD Phenom II 1055T processor with 12GB of RAM and an ATI FirePro V8800 graphics card. This system, and all the virtual server instances that I created in my test environment, were running Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 beta version 178.

It’s clear that with SP1, Microsoft is signaling that the server hardware of tomorrow will need to be equipped much differently than it is today if certain workloads, including those that vary significantly in memory usage or desktop graphics support, are destined for the data center. I needed to wrestle up DisplayPort–capable monitors (in my case using a DisplayPort to DVI adapter) and lots of fast RAM to support my tests, none of which are yet common fixtures in the eWEEK Labs' equipment locker. Enterprises that are accustomed to buying server hardware with only minimal graphics capabilities will need to become much more savvy in the ins and outs of specifying high-end graphics cards for data center servers that are destined to host sophisticated virtual desktop implementations. This is on top of the growing RAM requirements of dense virtual environments.

Memories

The SP1 beta includes Microsoft’s answer to VMware’s memory management system. In Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 this feature is called Dynamic Memory. I used the Dynamic Memory feature to balance the memory automatically between my VMs based on preset limits. As with most management systems, Dynamic Memory uses policy set in a period of calm to determine how scarce resources (in this case RAM) will be divvied up when in times of tumult and contention.

When I created my VMs, I specified several RAM memory parameters including Startup, Maximum, Buffer and Priority. These parameters make sense in that they specify the minimum amount of RAM needed to start a system, the maximum I would ever want it to consume, a buffer measured as a percentage and the priority of this workload in the overall scheme of business operations.

In my tests, the VMs performed as expected. When I beefed up operations on a high priority VM, the other VMs were starved in order to keep my priority system running at top performance. When RAM requirements on my priority system fell, this resource was reallocated among the other VMs on the test system. During the beta cycle I’ll be looking into claims made by both Microsoft and VMware as to the best way to implement memory management systems, a feature that VMware has had for some time.

Remote but not forgotten

RemoteFX is a set of features that in RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol, formerly Terminal Services) that I used in my tests of the beta to look at rich graphics applications and USB redirection. The results were impressive. RemoteFX dramatically improves graphic-intensive applications in a VDI (virtual desktop infrastructure) environment. A virtual desktop that is hosted on a user client in a LAN performs with no noticeable difference than when it is running directly on the client hardware.

To achieve this effect requires dramatic changes in the server hardware. Because the graphics processing for the virtual desktop takes place on the server—not the client hardware—IT managers will need to beef up servers with professional-class graphics hardware. Combined with the increasing amount of RAM needed to support dense server deployments, system managers should be chucking their time-worn capacity planning formulas. The good news is that Intel and AMD have taken steps to control processor thermals. The new question raised in my tests of the SP1 beta is how good are the add-in card makers doing on this front? With lots of RAM, CPU cores, hopped up graphics cards and the power supplies needed to juice up these systems, the thermal and power gains achieved by server consolidation must now be thought of as the cushion that will be used to implement workloads that RemoteFX capabilities make possible.

Besides the hardware requirements, there is also a fair amount of server and virtual machine setup needed to support the visually impressive results offered by RemoteFX. First off, all participating systems including client devices need to be running SP1, whether that is on Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows 7. Only Windows 7 Enterprise and Ultimate SKUs are licensed to take advantage of the RemoteFX capabilities. I needed to create Windows 7 virtual machine pools that were capable of supporting the Aero interface. And these systems needed to have the RemoteFX display driver added to them on the Hyper-V management server.

Once the virtual machine was equipped with the RemoteFX display driver it couldn’t be seen by the UI when accessed by the Hyper-V virtual machine console, a known issue in the beta. Thus, I had to do a number of configuration changes (such as setting the IP address of the VM) before activating the RemoteFX display capability. Once all the configuration changes were made in my test environment, the visual payoff was impressive. Video played flawlessly and the sound quality was good. Playing the test video side-by-side with a laptop running the video in a standalone Windows 7 environment, it was impossible for me to distinguish between the two systems.

Here and there

I used RemoteFX USB redirection to use the webcam on my test laptop inside a Windows 7 virtual machine. For IT managers who are evaluating VDI technologies, this is an important change and should be explored as an important advance in the Windows Hyper-V environment.

As with RemoteFX graphics, the client system and the virtual machine host must be running SP1. First I had to make a change to Group Policy in my test domain to enable RDP redirection of supported USB devices. On the laptop, I then forced the Group Policy update and then restated the laptop with all my USB devices (a Plantronics DSP 400 telephone headset, built in webcam and fingerprint reader) connected. During the Remote Desktop Connection process I was presented with a configuration screen that allowed me to specify which USB devices should be available for use in the remote session.

The devices worked as expected in my virtual desktop. In the final implementation of this feature I would like to see a more straightforward method of connecting USB devices at startup. For example, a reconfigured Remote Desktop Connection screen implementation that shows all discovered USB devices up front rather than forcing the user to navigate several tabs."

Source: Cameron Sturdevant - eWeek.com




When you have a Ferrari you might want to test drive it on a circuit, where there are none of the limitations of a town street. Well, when you have Internet Explorer 9 Beta you need a “circuit” on which to test it, something more than just your average Internet websites, applications and services.

Somewhere where you could really go “pedal to the metal” on IE9. Where the browser will show just what it is capable of.

Fortunately enough, a wide range of such sites designed for Internet Explorer 9 already exist, with a plethora of Microsoft partners introducing new IE9-related web projects with the launch of the Beta on September 15th, 2010.

The Beauty of the Web launch event for IE9 Beta earlier this week was a real show of force from Microsoft partners.

At the bottom of the screen I included a range of photos from the partner section of the event. Below you will also be able to find a list of links with some amazing IE9 websites from the software giant’s Beauty of the Web event.

“Richer Web experiences can blend into the consumer's desktop experience comfortably and consistently. So, today we have an A to Z, literally, of Web sites, partners, live with Web experiences that take advantage of IE9, even more than the A to Z of the Web,” revealed Dean Hachamovitch, Corporate Vice President, Internet Explorer, Microsoft earlier this week.

Users will be able to easily notice that IE9 can enhance the experiences associated with social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, and Netlog.

But there is additional bleeding edge content from various web design firms, and new perspectives on entertainment and news from BBC, CNN, Hulu, Vimeo, and Daily Motion.

Over 50 projects were on display in total, many of them built in very short time, just a matter of weeks, in preparation for the event.

But all of them extremely impressive, and all of them already live on the web, and available to testers around the world.

It’s important to underline that although the Redmond company catalyzed the creation of the projects, it made sure to have them work not only across Internet Explorer 9, but also across rival browsers.

Superb projects such as Endless Mural will function in IE9, as well as any other browser that supports HTML5.

All the websites featured at the Beauty of the web event in fact, are set up to take advantage of modern web standards, such as HTML5, CSS3, SVG, etc.

And usage is in no way restricted to IE9, which is a brilliant move from Microsoft, showing its commitment to users, developers and partners alike, and a strong focus on driving the web forward by making the same markup vision a reality.

“Today partners around the Internet join us in releasing new experiences for the Web. Over 70 top sites and brands that reach over two-thirds of active Internet users. Together that's over 800 million visitors whose Web experience just got better on Windows with IE9,” Hachamovitch added on September 15th.

Here is the list of IE9 websites, with short descriptions from Microsoft:

“1. Amazon - Amazon.com, Inc. seeks to be Earth's most customer-centric company.

By integrating the pinning and Jump List features enabled by Internet Explorer 9, Amazon continues to enhance the on-line shopping experience for customers by giving them easy access to Amazon.com favorites such as Gold Box Deals and Best Sellers as well as enabling customers to manage their accounts and check the status of orders quickly and effortlessly.

2. Agent 008 Ball by Pixel Lab - Agent 008 Ball is an addictive game that combines billiards with the high stakes world of international espionage. Cutting edge HTML5 features (like Audio and Canvas) supported by Internet Explorer 9, combined with stunning graphics draw you in as you attempt to beat a timer and avoid the nefarious tricks of the terrorist organization CHALK.

3. Always Beautiful by Big Spaceship - Using the new features included in Internet Explorer 9, Big Spaceship created Always Beautiful, an interactive visualization set to music.

Users manipulate colors and objects that adapt to the song's rhythm and structure. At the end of the song, the user is shown the high-resolution artwork they've created using the powerful SVG capabilities and improved JavaScript performance of Internet Explorer 9.

4. AP News Reader by Vectorform - The AP News Lab "Timeline Reader" is a collaboration between Vectorform and The Associated Press (AP) exploring new ways of visualizing and reading online news.

We sought out to create a fully featured online reader application that showcases the beautiful high-res imagery from the AP side-by-side with a full article reading experience.

Users can browse through all of their favorite news categories simultaneously in a timeline visualization that frames the day’s events in a complete chronological sequence. The site is also a showcase of the latest advances in HTML5 and CSS3 supported in modern web browsers.

Some of the new technologies utilized were the HTML5 canvas tag to create a fast loading and snappy intro animation/splash screen, HTML5 local storage to keep track of read articles and a reading queue, and CSS3 support for embedding web fonts.

5. AMD Space Command - AMD Space Command is a fun game that shows the graphics acceleration of Direct2D technology in the Internet Explorer 9 browser.

Shoot as many space attackers possible, and use the “GPU capacitor” to adjust the intensity of the game. AMD Space Command is built in HTML5, leveraging the GPU in your PC to improve graphics.

You can see this first hand by keeping track of the Frames Per Second (FPS) as you adjust your GPU capacitor!

6. BeatKeep by Archetype - Community and creativity are the driving forces behind Archetype’s BeatKeep application.

BeatKeep allows drummers, musicians, and music enthusiasts to discover, create, and share beats of any genre. Through intuitive interactions and the power of HTML5 on Internet Explorer 9, BeatKeep allows users to create unique audio tracks and share them on social networks like Facebook.

7. Beautiful Explorer by Soleil Noir - Web is beautiful, spontaneous, ephemeral and so creative. The beauty of the web is the creative contents produced by everyday people. This website is a design trends daily overview. We hope you'll enjoy it.

8. BMW Vision by EMC - EMC Consulting and BMW have a created the BMW Car Configurator, a ground-breaking tool that shows off the extraordinary BMW Vision EfficientDynamics concept car.

The experience relies on the high performance of Internet Explorer 9, bringing together the awesome power of Chakra, its new JavaScript engine, and GPU acceleration to enable car enthusiasts to manipulate both the car and its environment with a fluid three-dimensional feel.

9. Brain Power by R2Integrated and Scientific America - R2integrated developed Brain Power, a website and interactive learning tool to introduce users to the many parts of the human brain and its functionality.

Brain Power uses HTML5, SVG, CSS3, and JavaScript. An animation layer produces real-time interactions with elements drawn within the HTML5 canvas.

The HTML5/CSS3 engine within Internet Explorer 9 makes full rich interactive applications practical for all new websites. In short, HTML5 and Internet Explorer 9 introduce end users to new levels of flexibility, capability, and expression.

10. Chinese Shadow Play by RedSAFI - Chinese Shadow Play is a traditional form of Chinese art. This demo lets users choose an iconic Chinese shadow puppets, play with puppets individually and organize the puppets in formations.

This demo shows off the power of the Internet Explorer 9 Canvas by featuring a physics engine and a bones system, as well as beautiful bitmap art to create an engaging viewing experience.

11. Also by RedSAFI: Chinese Kite Experiment - In this demo, a user can select a kite and choose a flight pattern.

The user can also add fans to the stage and add collision detection to alter the kite’s flight. This demo shows off Internet Explorer 9 Canvas performance by featuring a physics engine to create the flying environment.

12. Comicx Parallax by Steaw Design - As web technologies continue to evolve, we prepare to enter the age of HTML5. Created for Beauty of The Web in honor of the Internet Explorer 9 launch, “Never Mind the Bullets” offers the traditional comic strip experience enriched by parallax.

With a simple movement of the mouse, the strip is animated and the story comes to life. It unfolds at LongHorn Gush, a quiet town troubled by a band of outlaws, The Red Bandanas.

However, with the arrival of the famous Bill “One Shot” Collins, things are about to change.

13. Cracked.com by Demand Media - Pinning Cracked.com to your task bar allows you easier access to one of the fastest growing humor sites in the world.

Now all of Cracked’s award-winning content is only one click away – no matter where you are online!

14. DailyMotion - Dailymotion is pleased to announce the release of its new HTML5 Player Beta and Demo.

This development takes advantage of the latest web standards, and permits streaming video playback without the need for plugins," said Olivier Poitrey, CTO and Co-Founder.

"We are excited to partner with Microsoft for this announcement as the new Internet Explorer 9 shows commitment to both web standards and innovation. Internet Explorer 9 sets itself apart by supporting hardware accelerated graphics and offering users a more app-like experience with their new Site Mode.

15. Digital News Archive (DNA) by Nave - The web site provides Korean newspapers from various publishers dates starting from 1960's to 1990's.

Users can easily browse through the newspapers using simple UI. To maximize the user experience, the Canvas element was heavily utilized. With the Canvas, we could make zoom, page navigation and other transitions smooth and enjoyable for the users.

16. Discovery - As the world’s number one nonfiction media company, Discovery Communications is always looking for new ways to engage with our passionate fans.

By building new Internet Explorer 9 functionality into Discovery.com, TLC.com and AnimalPlanet.com, we are able to give audiences even more ways to interact with and learn from their favorite TV shows and personalities.

17. EBay

18. eHow by Demand Media - eHow offers more than 2 million articles and videos, providing visitors with trusted solutions for completing life’s daily tasks or larger projects.

With Internet Explorer 9, users enjoy an optimized and more dynamic eHow, a faster loading and immersive video experience - without the need for 3rd party software - plus new tools to bring relevant eHow content straight to our user’s fingertips.

19. Facebook - More than 500 million people actively engage with their friends on Facebook each month.

With IE9, Facebook users will be able to more quickly access and manage their social activities through the browser and get back to their friends via a seamless and rich experience.

20. Flixster - Flixster is the largest online movie community and the leading movie application for mobile devices.

Flixster is using Internet Explorer 9’s new features to give users quick and easy access to great movie content right from the desktop.

21. Floweroscope by LA Surprise - Floweroscope provides users with a kaleidoscope-like online artistic experience that explores the new capacities of Internet Explorer 9 to create a unique animation experience.

Floweroscope provides symmetrical effects and randomly generated shapes, and the user controls the shape colors and sizes.

An HTML5-supported volume effect and the new Chakra JavaScript engine immerse the user into the experience. The Internet Explorer 9 Canvas element provides an innovative way to draw hardware-accelerated animations without plugins.

22. Gorillaz - Gorillaz.com has been optimised for Internet Explorer 9 to take advantage of some great new integration features with Windows 7.

Fans can now drag the Gorillaz favicon to their taskbar and access it like an app. Right-clicking on the Gorillaz icon in the taskbar provides access to site features like News or the G Player.

Gorillaz fans can even personalise this list by clicking the star to save any page. Powered by HTML5, Murdoc’s Reading Room is turned into an interactive space.

He'll talk you through it as you zoom up to the gallery wall and listen to tracks, bring up the Story So Far book off his coffee table with stunning pictures, html5 video and audio, and have a nosey look through the contents of his laptop. Click on the video to play an HTML5 video!

23. Hulu - Hulu on Internet Explorer 9 and Windows 7 will allow users to customize their Jump List menu with the most popular destinations on the site.

To customize, users simply select the menu items in their profile page and they become accessible whenever/wherever you are on Hulu.com.

The site will also enable contextual menus on Show Pages and Watch Pages allowing users to Subscribe to shows or control their video watching experience during content playback.

24. IMDb - More than 100 million unique visitors per month turn to IMDb to discover which movies are coming out and decide what to watch.

IMDb’s new HD Trailer Gallery utilizes HTML5 and Internet Explorer 9 hardware acceleration to dramatically enhance the trailer viewing and movie discovery experience on IMDb.

25. Jack & the Beanstalk, an Animated, Interactive Storybook by Clarity Consulting - The site blends fantasy and realism in custom illustrations animated by physics-based JavaScript.

The GPU acceleration in Internet Explorer 9 allows for smooth rendering of animations, even when leveraging heavy physics libraries. Coupled with SVG graphics and embedded audio most are surprised to hear the entire site has been created using HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript.

The newly supported features of Internet Explorer 9 allows for rich interactivity without the overhead of the traditional plug-in based model.

26. JitterBug by Cynergy - JitterBug is a fast, fun game built exclusively in HTML5. Showing off the rich media and rendering power of Internet Explorer 9, the game challenges the player to draw lassos around fast moving bugs to unlock the Band and start the show before the time runs out.

Relying heavily on Internet Explorer 9’s impressive Canvas abilities, this rich playing experience redefines what’s possible in HTML based game play.

27. Kaboodle - Kaboodle is the Internet’s largest social website for passionate shoppers. Kaboodle’s shopping tools allow users to add products from anywhere online to their Kaboodle lists and to share those products with others.

The site’s integration with Internet Explorer 9 will provide Kaboodle community members with easy access to their personalized shopping content via a custom Jump List, ensuring that it is always just one click away.

28. LinkedIn - LinkedIn is an Internet platform company focused on connecting the world's professionals.

The company is privately held and has a diversified business model with revenues driven from user subscriptions, advertising sales and enterprise software licensing.

The LinkedIn Web site launched in 2003 and is the largest professional networking site in the world with more than 75 million members, representing 200 countries and executives from every Fortune 500 company.

LinkedIn’s integration with Internet Explorer 9 will provide its members with one-click access to their professional network and business insights via a custom Jump List.

29. Live Strong by Demand Media - LIVESTRONG.COM inspires and empowers people to achieve their daily goals around living healthy.

With Internet Explorer 9, users enjoy a more dynamic experience including an expanded HD video browsing and improved recipe discovery.

A newly optimized experience of the popular MyPlate food and fitness tracking application keeps users engaged in real-time.

30. Lost World’s Fairs by Friends of Mighty - To celebrate Internet Explorer 9’s support for the Web Open Font Format (WOFF) Jason Santa Maria, Frank Chimero, Naz Hamid, and Trent Walton have teamed up to create a series of web broadsheets for World’s Fairs that never were.

Each piece uses fully live text (with some HTML5 and CSS3) to showcase what’s typographically possible on the web.

31. MONA (Museum Of Neverending Art) by groupeReflect - At the MONA, users work together to create the biggest online artwork ever.

Everyone can create, draw, write, upload pictures, and add and alter things on the canvas. It’s a user-generated piece of art, which is constantly in motion.

Using Internet Explorer 9 technologies such as HTML5 / CSS3, WebFonts, Canvas and the new Internet Explorer 9 JavaScript Engine, MONA makes you rediscover the beauty of the web, as well as recreate it.

32. MySpace - MySpace Video offers music videos, full episodes of TV shows, and user generated content and creates a social environment for users to view, create and share videos with friends.

In Internet Explorer 9, MySpace Video serves over 200,000 videos and UGC video clips in state of the art high-def H.264 in full compliance with HTML5. Jump Lists in Internet Explorer 9 offer quick content discovery and easy navigation.

33. National Museum Gallery China by NX - One of the most famous museums in China, National Museum of China (NMC) now allows visitors to explore the galleries on their feet or on the web.

Internet Explorer 9’s HTML5 support is just right for this scenario: easy to develop with great flexibility, smooth video and audio playback and a fast experience with the new JavaScript engine.

34. Netlog - Netlog is an online platform where users can keep in touch with and extend their social network and is currently available in 37 languages and has more than 69 million members throughout Europe, and this number increases every day.

Netlog is taking advantage of pinning site to the taskbar and thereby making sure users get to the activities within Netlog they care about via the Jump List.

35. One Day in Beijing by Toujie - One Day in Beijing provides a virtual tour of famous Beijing sites, including the Great Wall, Temple of Heaven, Beihai Park, Tian An Men, and National Stadium China (Bird Nest).

These are the must-go places for anyone touring Beijing. By harnessing the power of Internet Explorer 9 and HTML5 along with the Internet Explorer 9 Canvas 2D API, we created a multitude of interactive scenarios.

Users can experience flying clouds and mouse sensitive navigation, as well as other HTML 5 demos like flying kites, and piyingxi.

36. Photobucket - Photobucket is the premier destination for saving, sharing, searching, and creating images and video on the Web.

With Internet Explorer 9, Photobucket is using Jump List, which will allow users to access both their own content and content from topical “Find Stuff” categories directly from their desktop.

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38. Red Bull by Archetype - Archetype has created a next generation global media and social experience for Red Bull.

This interactive application allows users to browse Red Bull’s rich set of photos and video, dynamically surfacing content based on its popularity in social networking sites and on users' interests.

It takes advantage of HTML 5, SVG, CSS3, Jump Lists, Scaling, Audio/Video tags and custom font features and functionality offered by Internet Explorer 9 to raise the bar for interactivity and design in standards based websites.

39. Rough Guides by Metia - Members of this interactive community use an animated compass to navigate a map of the world; view geo-located photographs pulled from the Flickr database; and explore 200 travel experiences selected by Rough Guides.

Members can also submit their own images to the community, and share favourite experiences from their online travels using Facebook, Twitter and email.

40. RTL - RTL Group is a house of excellent content and powerful brands, which is able to deliver its content to all media platforms worldwide and to repeat its broadcasting success story in every country while fulfilling its obligation to society.

By combining pinning, Jump List and previews into the RTL experience, Internet Explorer 9 users get convenient access to the most popular RTL content.

41. Sohu NBA by Digital Hall nbadata.sports.sohu.com - Sohu Sports is one of the most popular interactive sports information network among sport enthusiasts.

Being the NBA-licensed live video broadcast site for NBA events in China, NBA fans can access team schedules, game videos and team/player data, photos, chat rooms, voting and other interactive features. Internet Explorer 9 plus HTML 5 gives an unparalleled high performance hardware accelerated graphics and video experience.

42. t-online.de - This showcase is a sneak peek at the future of t-online.de.

Core features are new picture and video galleries, a 360 degree view of consumer products and a fun and challenging online game, all completely realized in HTML 5.

This, as well as the implementation of the Internet Explorer’s Jump List feature, offers the user a glimpse of what a modern news website could be like when fully implementing the power and simplicity of HTML 5 in combination with the Internet Explorer’s unique way to surf the web.

43. The Doll Parade by Freetouch - The Doll Parade allows its users to assemble a wide variety of dolls by customizing their arms, legs, faces and apparel.

Once the doll is assembled the users doll along with other creations march smoothly via an HTML5 Canvas. The experiences takes advantage of HTML 5 (Canvas), SVG and CSS3.

44. The Killers by SparKart - The Killers' website chronicles the band's career, and offers users a seamless browsing experience of the band’s music and video content.

The website takes advantage of HTML5, Canvas & SVG across the site's panoramic landscape & internal sections, leveling the playing field in displaying content to users across multiple platforms & devices.

45. The Shodo by Business Architects - The Kanji Calligraphy website takes advantage of powerful new Internet Explorer 9 features to introduce users to the beautiful Japanese calligraphy known as Shodo.

Even better, Kanji Calligraphy allows users to create their own calligraphy-based art work and share it on Twitter and Facebook.

This site is based on several of the features supported by Internet Explorer 9 HTML5 (canvas, video element, audio element), SVG, and WOFF.

46. The Wall Street Journal - WSJ.com offers breaking news coverage, real time quotes, and in-depth analysis and commentary to the business elite.

Its high-end magazine, WSJ., emphasizes luxury and discerning lifestyle content. To make it easier for users to find and enjoy the content, WSJ is implementing favicons, pinning and the Jump List functionality of Internet Explorer 9 and employing HTML5 features for the visually enriched magazine.

Users can more quickly and easily access Journal content on their faster Internet Explorer 9 browsers.

47. TopGear.com by BBC - TopGear.com is the award-winning website of the world famous motoring entertainment brand, Top Gear.

Top Gear presenters, producers, magazine team, and contributors regularly post on TopGear.com. The Cool Wall leverages the HTML5 and hardware accelerated graphics support in Internet Explorer 9 to provide amazingly smooth transitions, Deep Zoom functionality and slick video playback.

48. Twitter - Twitter lets you share and discover what's happening in your world. The Twitter pinned app in Internet Explorer 9 makes it easy to jump into your Twitter timeline, read and send direct messages, and more, so it's never more than a click away.

49. USA Today - As a part of the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, USA TODAY built a multimedia project examining where things now stand in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast.

To build the site, we used a variety of web standards, including HTML5 video tag and several CSS3 features, that take advantage of the capabilities of cutting-edge web technologies in Internet Explorer 9.

50. Vodpod - Vodpod makes it easy to build your own video channel with your favorite videos from the Web, and to tune in to channels by other members who share your tastes and interests.

By pinning Vodpod to the taskbar in Internet Explorer 9, users will be able to jump right to their real-time Vodpod feed, to their video collection, or to their favorite channels.

51. WebVizBench by Stimulant and KEXP - WebVizBench lets fans of Seattle’s non-profit radio station KEXP explore historical airplay data, while putting HTML 5's new features to the test. Sift and sort through 6+ years of music, or use the benchmark mode to see how your browser, CPU and GPU stack up against a thorough battery of DOM, canvas, typographic, SVG and video rendering tests.

52. XING - XING is a social network for business professionals with more than 9.6 million members worldwide.

Using Internet Explorer 9 technology such as Jump Lists, XING members can perform tasks like sending messages faster than ever and also receive real-time updates about their network. This supports our XING Anywhere strategy and our efforts to provide our members with great usability.

53. Yahoo! Japan - Through Jump Lists in Internet Explorer 9, users of Yahoo! can enjoy the ‘People’, 'TV', 'Game/Animation', and 'Sports' categories of search ranking, and further enjoy it by switching to Yahoo! Auction, and Yahoo! Answer to see what is actively traded or discussed related to popular queries.

54. ZKM - “Exhibition and Archive” presents a historic online exhibition and a new experience of archival survey.

The side is driven by HTML5, CANVAS, CSS3, SVG and Jump List, which allow graphically rich, standard conform applications and avoids plugins. The pure implementation supports the modern claim of “form follows function” and adds sustainability.”

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