Posted 21 April 2007 - 05:57 PM
I'd suggest uninstalling and reinstalling your drivers with the latest, Vista compatible versions. There is a tendency for an upgrade from XP to Vista to become "quirky" and this is the best advice that I've seen on this subject.
Otherwise, it's best to do a clean install and then install the Vista drivers. If there aren't any Vista drivers available, then try the XP drivers in XP SP2 compatibility mode and also select "Run as Administrator". No guaranty's, but it's better than nothing
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