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Hi all Dell masters,

I have some problems with my display recently. I hope I could get help from this forum.

The chronologies: My display suddenly going to black screen without any warning and all applications that were running also stopped. It is like when when you operate your computer without battery and ups, and you got electricity failure. Dead. BUT, the fan is still running perfectly when the display gone black all the times. So, I think, my laptop is half dead. Then, after it became black, the fan runs faster. Sometimes, it totally off after some minutes, and I have to start from with the power button and got option to start the windows in normal way or another way.

This is what I did to figure out the problems:

I did the ePSA Diagnostic several times. No problems found. I did thorough test. Nothing found. My HDD, RAM, Mainboard are safe, also with other components. I updated the BIOS to the latest (A 012) and I did Windows clean install. I started to install one by one all the drivers I downloaded from Dell. After the part of Video Drivers, I got another problem. It is ok with Intel HD 3000 drivers, but when I install ATI Radeon driver, unfortunately my laptop got blank and died. If I start the Windows, it won't start up. I must do Start Up repair and revert back to the latest system recovery. Once, I succeed installing the ATI Radeon Driver, the display suddenly gone crazy with multiple colors blinking and flickering, and then my laptop died.

Today, i don't install the ATI Radeon Driver and My laptop just working fine. No blank nor dead laptop, nor even blinking and flickering. When I check the device manager, I got yellow triangle with exclamation point. I know, because I don't install the ATI driver.

My questions are:

1. is it possible that causing my laptop blank (and dead) in sudden is the External display (ATI Radeon HD 6630M). Does the ePSA also diagnose this ATI graphic card? since it is a phantom graphic card IMO.

2. It used to be just working fine when I installed the driver recommended by dell, but how come it became extreme problem today?  

3. any tips you can share me? I really need any support now.

PS: I use OEM Windows 7 Professional SP 1 64 bit. The Driver that I installed all these years are provided by Dell. I tried all ATI driver from Dell. I also tried the driver recommended by AMD for my graphic card, the result is the same. 

ATI 9600 Pro and K7N420pro Motherboard driver udate issue

First off, I would like to thank all the people who posted their advice for fixing my problem. All of your advice helped me get my ATI Radeon 9600 Pro card working properly.

X( Problem Background:

I installed a new ATI Radeon 9600 Pro video card in my MSI K7N420Pro Motherboard. I was able to get the drivers that came with the card (Catalyst v3.4) to work (sort of). My card was reported using 1x AGP bus speed, and I would get a "Severe" Message Window with the message "Zero Display Service Error." when I installed any version of the Catalyst drivers apon driver. This occurred apon driver installation completion.

:)) Resolution:

Using posted advice, I downloaded the latest Nvidia nForce chipset drivers for Windows XP from Nvidia's website www.nvidia.com(nForce/nForce2 kit v2.45). I uninstalled the previous nForce driver by going into Device Manager and deleting all the Nvidia items under System Devices. I then rebooted. When prompted for the Nvidia device drivers, I cancelled and then ran the nForce v2.45 setup program to install the latest drivers. After that was complete I rebooted. After the reboot, I was prompted for the drivers for the ATI Radeon 9600 Pro AGP video card. Again, I cancelled and ran the ATI Catalyst v3.4 Driver setup from the CD that came with my video card. This time, I did not recieve a "Severe" error window. I rebooted. After rebooting, I went into my display setup, changed my resolution (1280 x 1024 32 bit color), and clicked on the advanced tab under setting after I applied the settings. I then selected the SmartGART(tm) tab and turned Fast Write Off and my AGP bus speed from 1X to 4X, then rebooted.

:fear:BIOS Settings:

My BIOS settings are as follows for Award Bios v2.7

Advance BIOS Features

Video Bios Shadow [Disabled]

Advance Chipset Features

System Bios Cacheable [Disabled]
Video RAM Cacheable [Disabled]
DDRAM Auto Precharge [Disabled]
CAS Latency Override [Auto]
AGP Aperture Size [128MB]
Monochrome Access [AGP]
AGP Bus Driving Control [Auto]
Frame Buffer [32MB]

Intergrated Peripherals

Init Display First [Onboard/AGP]

Power Management Setup

Video Off Method [DPMS Support]
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop [Disabled]

These settings are what I set my bios to, and some are a best guess for me. I make no guarantee that they will work for you properly, or that they are the absolute settings you should use. These worked for me. I was given advice on apeture size and video ram caching.

Again, "Thank You!:D" to all that helped me. Please let me know if something sounds amiss, and I would be glad to correct it. Thanks.

-Lord C.

 

Signing in error; cannot sign into my account from ATI-2016

Everything was fine until today; now I cannot sign into my account from ATI-2016 which means I cannot back up to Acronis Cloud.

I get a message "An error occurred whilst signing in. Please try again later. View Knowledge Base article".

Clicking the link found "... no information about this error available now" but I searched myself and found this article with the exact error described: https://kb.acronis.com/content/57042

There are two 'solutions' both of which are not the problem (I can sign in via browser and I downloaded the Acronis Cloud Connection Verification Tool and, when it ran, there were no issues [see attached]).

So I tried the advice at the bottom to generate an Acronis System Report (done... see attached) and a Wireshark log (done... after some time downloading two unknown and very confusing programs [I don't like doing that] and struggling with the fact they must have changed the GUI because the menu paths in https://kb.acronis.com/content/1763 are not correct). [The Wireshark report is not attached because the file type / extension is not allowed.]

... and, yes, I've tried that simplest of solutions... rebooting... :-) 

So... now what... can anyone help?

Thanks, Simon

I've been trying to get HDMI audio working for my ATI HD 5450 using the default "radeon" kernel drivers.

I have a vanilla install of RHEL except for getting the latest updates from yum (and have also tried Fedora 23, Ubuntu 16.04 and 17.04, and possibly others I can't remember).

I've been scouring the net for an answer but no luck yet.

This article provided some useful info but I still can't get any sound: http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?p=1786436#post1786436

I've added the "radeon.audio=1" argument to the GRUB2 config with grubby.

Confirmed with grubby that it's been applied:

It has taken effect in /boot/grub2/grub.cfg:

I restarted and can see with modprobe that the argument has been applied to the radeon driver:

However still no audio. No sound from speaker-test. No sound from CD. No sound from the GNOME speaker test in System Preferences.

I installed pavucontrol but nothing is muted. I tried stereo and 5.1 but no improvement.

I checked the official documentation for the radeon driver and it says HDMI audio is supported for Evergreeen cards since kernel 3.3, and RHEL 7.3 has kernel 3.10:

https://www.x.org/wiki/RadeonFeature/#index1h2

Any ideas? That's about the extent of my knowledge on how to assess the issue so all suggestions, no matter how simple, very welcome.

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    Here are some simple methods that can help you fix a serious null display service error.

    This may have nothing to do with the game, but since a lot seems to have happened over the past week, I decided to post this with you. Especially to see that Google crawls only show complaints and no solution.

    Usually other ATI employees forget that files are removed from the operating system only occasionally with the help of a number of software tools, installers, etc.

    So, from the point of view of their boundless wisdom, much newer ATI drivers cannot copy a number of necessary files and, accordingly, assume that they already exist.

    ati severe zero display service error

    Sometimes your whole family can get a display service zero error while installing drivers. Although the drivers are actually installed, all sorts of problems can affect the entire family, especially when playing 3D games.

    ati severe zero display service error

    Yesterday I decided to install Catalyst 6.9 drivers. And this is the first time I got this error.

    They found a quick search for Google solutions, from the absurd to the solutions you need to make you believe they work.

    So I decided to tinker with the root cause. After working with the machine,For almost an hour, I finally figured out how to get around this problem.

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    As always, the mileage may vary. And if you screwed up and screwed up, stay alone because no rabbi can help you.

    1. Download and replace Cleaner Pro. Face =” Verdana,
    2. Download and install the latest Catalyst drivers. Note where the installer copies the files. This error may occur. Disregard it and continue.
    3. Doesn’t actually restart when face = “Verdana, guest
    4. Run MSCONFIG (then run / run msconfig). Go to Start and uninstall everything. Go to Services, then hide all MS services, disable and everything else. This will disable all MS services except. Click OK
    5. Restart when prompted.
    6. Return to main PC, ignore sim add message from MSCONFIG, or close it (without restarting !!) of the actual event you’re concerned about.
    7. Go to Control Panel / Add Programs and remove the found items in the order shown. (1) Driver (2) Control panel (3) Uninstaller. Do not reboot until ALL THREE are removed at the same time.
    8. Run in safe mode (F8). Click here when prompted. ALL remove items related to ATI; even if you don’t have it. You can follow all of this at once by selecting the “Multiple” option. DO NOT restart.
    9. Start Windows Explorer and navigate to C: Windowsssystem32. Search for ati * .dll (enable new advanced options and check almost all options). Here the cardio system can attack. You can delete all of these types of files or move them to one location. The idea is who clearly wants you to remove these images. Ensuring their safety in the first place is entirely up to you; – at the moment it is a waste of effort.
    10. Still Explorer looking in * .inf files when it eventually goes to ATI
      text Technologies Inc. You canfind one or something similar (e.g. OEM2.INF, OEM13.INF, etc.). Delete our own .inf and .pnf files. You can also move them to a backup folder if you like.
    11. Go to “My Computer” to become “Hardware / Device Manager”, left click on connector display and remove it. If you have more than one, delete both.
    12. Reload. Ignore the warning MSCONFIG
      again
    13. When Windows starts up and reports that it has found a new computer, allow NOT to search the Internet for the driver. Instead, tell the game that you want to seek help from your own pilot at a specific location. Go to this folder C: ATI6-9_xp-2k_dd_ccc_wdm_enu_35774Driver or where the driver was previously installed by the ATI installer in step 2. Windows will do this twice depending on whether your ATI graphics card is installing a secondary demo or the adapter is not installed. Since you told it where to find the driver for the main display hardware, that driver will also use To be used for an additional display device. So at this stage, you don’t need to do anything else. How can you pray?
    14. Restart helvetica” regardless of whether you are prompted to do so.
    15. Navigate to run the setup.exe tutorial. DO NOT restart.
    16. Find C: ATI6-9_xp-2k_dd_ccc_wdm_enu_35774ACE and run the installer as usual. exe IF you also need the ATI Control Panel.
    17. restart
    18. After checking everything is fine. Go to re-enable msconfig and restart normally.
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    ATI 9600 Pro and K7N420pro Motherboard driver udate issue

    First off, I would like to thank all the people who posted their advice for fixing my problem. All of your advice helped me get my ATI Radeon error1606 autocad 2008 Pro card working properly.

    X( Problem Background:

    I installed a new ATI Radeon 9600 Pro video card in my MSI K7N420Pro Motherboard. I was able to get the drivers that came with the card (Catalyst v3.4) to work (sort of). My a disk read error occured was reported using 1x AGP bus speed, and I would get a "Severe" Message Window with the message "Zero Display Service Error." when I installed any version of the Catalyst drivers apon driver. This occurred apon driver installation completion, ati severe zero display service error.

    :)) Resolution:

    Using posted advice, I downloaded the latest Nvidia nForce chipset drivers for Windows XP from Nvidia's website www.nvidia.com(nForce/nForce2 kit v2.45). I uninstalled the previous nForce driver by going into Device Manager and ati severe zero display service error all the Nvidia items under System Devices. I then rebooted. When prompted for the Nvidia device drivers, I cancelled and then ran the nForce v2.45 setup program to install the latest drivers. After that was complete I rebooted. After the reboot, I was prompted for the drivers for the ATI Radeon 9600 Pro AGP video card. Again, I cancelled and ran the ATI Catalyst v3.4 Driver setup from the CD that came with my video card. This time, I did not recieve a "Severe" error window. I rebooted. After rebooting, I went into my display setup, changed my resolution (1280 x 1024 32 bit color), and clicked on the advanced tab under setting after I applied the settings. I then selected the SmartGART(tm) tab and turned Fast Write Off and my AGP bus speed from 1X to 4X, then rebooted.

    :fear:BIOS Settings:

    My BIOS settings are as follows for Award Bios v2.7

    Advance BIOS Features

    Video Bios Shadow [Disabled]

    Advance Chipset Features

    System Bios Cacheable [Disabled]
    Video RAM Cacheable [Disabled]
    DDRAM Auto Precharge [Disabled]
    CAS Latency Override [Auto]
    AGP Aperture Size [128MB]
    Monochrome Access [AGP]
    AGP Bus Driving Control [Auto]
    Frame Buffer [32MB]

    Intergrated Peripherals

    Init Display First [Onboard/AGP]

    Power Management Setup

    Video Off Method [DPMS Support]
    PCI/VGA Palette Snoop [Disabled]

    These settings are what I set my bios to, and some are a best guess for me. I make no guarantee that they will work for you properly, or that they are the absolute settings you should use. These worked for me. I was given advice on apeture size and video ram caching.

    Again, "Thank You!:D" to all that helped me. Please let me know if something sounds amiss, and I would be glad to correct it. Thanks.

    -Lord C.

     

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  • 2. Open the program and select "Scan your computer"
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  • The software to fix your PC is just a click away - download it now.

    Here are some simple methods that can help you fix a serious null display service error.

    This may have nothing to do with the game, but since a lot seems to have happened over the past week, I decided to post this with you, ati severe zero display service error. Especially to see that Google crawls only show complaints and no solution.

    Usually other ATI employees forget that files are removed from the operating system only occasionally with the help of a number of software tools, installers, etc.

    So, from the point of view of their boundless wisdom, much newer ATI drivers cannot copy a number of necessary files and, accordingly, assume that they already exist.

    ati severe zero display service error

    Sometimes your whole family can get a display service zero error while installing drivers. Although the drivers are actually installed, all sorts of problems can affect the entire family, especially when playing 3D games.

    ati severe zero display service error

    Yesterday I decided to install Catalyst 6.9 drivers. And this is the first time I got this error.

    They found a quick search for Google solutions, from the absurd to the solutions access violation error rtl70.bpl need to make you believe they work.

    So I decided to tinker with the root cause. After working with the machine,For almost an hour, I finally figured out how to get around this problem.

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    As always, the mileage may vary. And if you screwed up and screwed up, stay alone because no rabbi can help you.

    1. Download and replace Cleaner Pro, ati severe zero display service error. Face =” Verdana,
    2. Download and install the latest Catalyst drivers. Note where the installer copies the files. This error may occur. Disregard it and continue.
    3. Doesn’t actually restart when face = “Verdana, guest
    4. Run MSCONFIG (then run / run msconfig). Go to Start and uninstall everything. Go to Services, then hide all MS services, disable and everything else. This will disable all MS services except. Click OK
    5. Restart when prompted.
    6. Return to main PC, ignore sim add message from MSCONFIG, or close it (without restarting !!) of the actual event you’re concerned about.
    7. Go to Control Panel / Add Programs and remove the found items in the order shown. (1) Driver (2) Control panel (3) Uninstaller. Do not reboot until ALL THREE are removed at the same time.
    8. Run in safe mode (F8). Click here when prompted. ALL remove items related to ATI; even if you don’t have it. You can follow all of this at once by selecting the “Multiple” option. DO NOT restart.
    9. Start Windows Explorer and navigate to C: Windowsssystem32. Search for ati * .dll (enable new advanced options and check almost all options). Here the cardio system can attack. You can delete all of these types of files or move them to one location. The idea is who clearly wants you to remove these images. Ati severe zero display service error their safety in the first place is entirely up to you; – at the moment it is a waste of effort.
    10. Still Explorer looking in * .inf files when it eventually goes to ATI
      text Technologies Inc. You canfind one or something similar (e.g. OEM2.INF, OEM13.INF, etc.). Delete our own .inf and .pnf files. You can also move them to a backup folder if you like.
    11. Go to “My Computer” to become “Hardware / Device Manager”, left click on connector display and remove it. If you have more than one, delete both.
    12. Reload. Ignore the warning MSCONFIG
      again
    13. When Windows starts up and reports that it has found a new computer, allow NOT to search the Internet for the driver. Instead, tell the game that you want to seek help from your own pilot at a specific location. Go to htaccess php errors folder C: ATI6-9_xp-2k_dd_ccc_wdm_enu_35774Driver or where the driver was previously installed by the ATI installer in step 2. Windows will do this twice depending on whether your ATI graphics card is installing a secondary demo or the adapter is not installed. Since you told it where to find the driver for the main display hardware, that driver will also use To be used for an additional display device. So at this stage, you don’t need to do anything else. How can you pray?
    14. Restart helvetica” regardless of whether you are prompted to page loading error - iptv so.
    15. Navigate to run the setup.exe tutorial. DO NOT restart.
    16. Find C: ATI6-9_xp-2k_dd_ccc_wdm_enu_35774ACE and run the installer as usual. exe IF you also need the ATI Control Panel.
    17. restart
    18. After checking everything is fine. Go to re-enable msconfig and restart normally.
    The software to fix your PC is just a click away - download it now.

    Hi all Dell masters,

    I have some problems with my display recently. I hope I could get help from this forum.

    The chronologies: My display suddenly going to black screen without any warning and all applications that were running also stopped. It is like when when you operate your computer without battery and ups, and you got electricity failure. Dead. BUT, the fan is still running perfectly when the display gone black all the times. So, I think, my laptop is half dead. Then, after it became black, the fan runs faster. Sometimes, it totally off after some minutes, and I have to start from with the power button and got option to start the windows in normal way or another way.

    This is what I did to figure out the problems:

    I did the ePSA Diagnostic several times. No problems found. I did thorough dreamscene has encountered an error. Nothing found. My HDD, RAM, Mainboard are safe, also with other components. I updated the BIOS to the latest (A 012) and I did Windows clean install. I started to install one by one all the drivers I downloaded from Dell. After the part of Video Drivers, I got another problem. It is ok with Intel HD 3000 drivers, but when I install ATI Radeon driver, unfortunately my laptop got blank and died. If I start the Windows, it won't start up. I must do Start Up repair and revert back to the latest system recovery. Once, I succeed installing the ATI Radeon Driver, the display suddenly gone crazy with multiple colors blinking and flickering, and then my laptop died.

    Today, i don't install the ATI Radeon Driver and My laptop just working fine. No blank nor dead laptop, nor even blinking and flickering. When I check the device manager, I got yellow triangle with exclamation point. I know, because I don't install the ATI driver.

    My questions are:

    1. is it possible that causing my laptop blank (and dead) in sudden is the External display (ATI Radeon HD 6630M), ati severe zero display service error. Does the ePSA also diagnose this ATI graphic card? since it is a phantom graphic card IMO.

    2. It used to be just working fine when I installed the driver recommended by dell, but how come it became extreme problem today?  

    3. any tips you can share me? I really need any support now.

    PS: I use OEM Windows 7 Professional SP 1 64 bit. The Driver that I installed all these years are provided by Dell. I tried all ATI driver from Dell. I also tried the driver recommended by AMD for my graphic card, the result is the same. 

    Signing in error; cannot sign into my account from ATI-2016 else print / error / was fine until today; now I cannot sign into my account from ATI-2016 which means I cannot back up to Acronis Cloud.

    I get a message "An error occurred whilst signing in. Please try again later. View Knowledge Base article".

    Clicking the link found ". no information about this error available now" but I searched myself and found this article with the exact error described: https://kb.acronis.com/content/57042

    There are two 'solutions' both of which are not the problem (I can sign in via browser and I downloaded the Acronis Cloud Connection Verification Tool and, when it ran, there were no issues [see attached]).

    So I tried the advice at the bottom to generate an Acronis System Report (done. see attached) and a Wireshark log (done. artificial academy character maker error some time downloading two unknown and very ati severe zero display service error programs [I don't like doing that] and struggling with the fact they must have changed the GUI because the menu paths in https://kb.acronis.com/content/1763 are not correct). [The Wireshark report is not attached because the file type / extension is not allowed.]

    . and, yes, I've tried that simplest of solutions. rebooting. :-) 

    So. now what. can anyone help?

    Thanks, Simon

    I've been trying to get HDMI audio working for my ATI HD 5450 using the default "radeon" kernel drivers.

    I have a vanilla install of RHEL except for getting the latest updates from yum (and have also tried Fedora 23, Ubuntu 16.04 and 17.04, and possibly others I can't remember).

    I've been scouring the net for an answer but no luck yet.

    This article provided some useful info but I still can't get any sound: http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?p=1786436#post1786436

    I've added the "radeon.audio=1" argument to the GRUB2 config with grubby.

    Confirmed with grubby that it's been applied:

    It has taken effect in /boot/grub2/grub.cfg:

    I restarted and can see with modprobe that the argument has been applied to the radeon driver:

    However still no audio. No sound from speaker-test. No sound from CD. No sound from the GNOME speaker test in System Preferences.

    I installed pavucontrol but ati severe zero display service error is muted. I tried stereo and 5.1 but no improvement.

    I checked the official documentation for the radeon driver and it says HDMI audio is supported for Evergreeen cards since kernel 3.3, and RHEL 7.3 has kernel 3.10:

    https://www.x.org/wiki/RadeonFeature/#index1h2

    Any ideas? That's about the extent of my knowledge on how to assess the issue so all suggestions, no matter how simple, very welcome.

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