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#1 nawillar

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Posted 07 August 2010 - 04:11 AM

Over the past week or so I've noticed a few issues coming up with my HP dv6000, and I believe that they might possibly be related. These are my issues:
1- Aero transparency will not work
2- I'm getting a "code 12" error when I look at my Nvidia display adaptor and also my standard openHCD USB host controller, which from my research means there is a resource conflict between the two issues, and that there is "not enough resources on the computer to run the hardware"
3- My hardware accelerator will not run

While I'm not sure this is the problem, I think that the display adaptor and the USB host controller are not wanting to work together, which is screwing up my aero and the hardware accelerator. If anyone has had these series of problems or may know what the issue is, I would love your help. Hours of research have so far helped very little. Thanks

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Posted 07 August 2010 - 11:41 AM

Hello and welcome to Bleepingcomputer.

I read your description above and noticed by the wording you used, that you are saying you originally did not have this issue, but then suddenly this issue did pop up. Does this sound correct?

Did you recently use Windows 7's Performance information and tools which is found in the control panel menus?

AeroPeak can be disabled within that feature, you may want to go there and see if you can turn it back on.

You may have ran an older program such as an older video game which set your video back to a lower resolution with less colors available at 16 Bit and failed to allow Windows to go back to 32 or 64 Bit color.

I would first try going to the control panel and click the link to Performance information and tools and check the status there, then post back and describe what you see.

Pay attention to the link on the left that says visual effects. That is the one you want to click on.

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Posted 07 August 2010 - 12:48 PM

Another thing you can do is run Microsofts FIXIT!

http://support.microsoft.com/fixit#tab1

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