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[résolu]Probleme le pilote d'affichage ne repond plus


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#1 kyxi

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Posté 04 août 2007 - 05:05

Bonjour,
Donc j'ai un probleme a un message d'erreur qui survien au bout de 2 min de connection sur Wow (world of warcaft),choses qui n'avais pas lieu avant:Probleme le pilote d'affichage ne repond plus,ialmrnt5.Je me retrouve avec l'ecran gelé 10 a 15 sec puis un retour sur le bureau en mode 800 par 600,ou meme quelque fois le Pc redemarre tout seul avec un page bleu(avec divers choses ecrite sur cette derniere)mais pas le temps de lire sa dure 1 a 3 sec et op redemarrage. Que faire ?
Je vien d'instaler System Info de Gabriel Topala pour vous faire passé toute info utile,donc deja voila cela:

AdapterCompatibility Intel Corporation
AdapterDACType Internal
AdapterRAM 64 MBytes
Availability 3
Caption Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
ConfigManagerErrorCode 0
ConfigManagerUserConfig false
CurrentBitsPerPixel 32
CurrentHorizontalResolution 1280
CurrentNumberOfColors 4294967296
CurrentNumberOfColumns 0
CurrentNumberOfRows 0
CurrentRefreshRate 60
CurrentScanMode 4
CurrentVerticalResolution 800
Description Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
DeviceID VideoController1
DeviceSpecificPens -1
DriverDate 20050123100506.000000-000
DriverVersion 6.14.10.4020
InfFilename oem11.inf
InfSection iMGM
InstalledDisplayDrivers ialmrnt5.dll
MaxRefreshRate 60
MinRefreshRate 60
Monochrome false
Nom Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
NumberOfColorPlanes 1
PNPDeviceID PCI\VEN_8086DEV_3582SUBSYS_95001584REV_02\3267A616A110
Statut OK
VideoArchitecture 5
VideoMemoryType 2
VideoModeDescription 1280 x 800 x 4294967296 couleurs
VideoProcessor Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Controller
BitsPerPel 32
DeviceName Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
DisplayFlags 0
DisplayFrequency 60
LogPixels 96
PelsHeight 800
PelsWidth 1280
SettingID Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
SpecificationVersion 1025
BitsPerPixel 32
ColorPlanes 1
DeviceEntriesInAColorTable -1
HorizontalResolution 1280
RefreshRate 60
VerticalResolution 800
VideoMode 1280 by 800 pixels, True Color, 60 Hertz

Video Bios Version Hardware Version 0.0

Video Bios Date 03/08/20

Nom Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Controller
Chip Type Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Controller
DAC Type Internal
Mémoire 64 MBytes

Et :(cette parti la ne sera peux etre pas utile)

DirectX 9.0c
Driver Name ialmrnt5.dll
Driver Description Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
Driver Version 6.14.10.4020
Vendor ID 8086 32902
ID du périphérique 3582 13698
Subsystem ID 95001584 -1795156604
Révision 2 2
WHQL Level 1 1
GUID D7B78E66-76C2-11CF-347600B5ADC2CD35


Hardware Capabilities Flags
Capability Support Description
DDCAPS_3D Matériel The display hardware has 3-D acceleration.
DDCAPS_ALIGNBOUNDARYDEST No Support DirectDraw supports only those overlay destination rectangles with the x-axis aligned to the dwAlignBoundaryDest boundaries of the surface.
DDCAPS_ALIGNBOUNDARYSRC No Support DirectDraw supports only those overlay source rectangles with the x-axis aligned to the dwAlignBoundarySrc boundaries of the surface.
DDCAPS_ALIGNSIZEDEST No Support DirectDraw supports only those overlay destination rectangles whose x-axis sizes, in pixels, are dwAlignSizeDest multiples.
DDCAPS_ALIGNSIZESRC No Support DirectDraw supports only those overlay source rectangles whose x-axis sizes, in pixels, are dwAlignSizeSrc multiples.
DDCAPS_ALIGNSTRIDE No Support DirectDraw creates display memory surfaces that have a stride alignment equal to the dwAlignStrideAlign value.
DDCAPS_ALPHA HEL The display hardware supports alpha-only surfaces.
DDCAPS_BANKSWITCHED No Support The display hardware is bank-switched and is potentially very slow at random access to display memory.
DDCAPS_BLT Matériel Display hardware is capable of blit operations.
DDCAPS_BLTCOLORFILL Matériel Display hardware is capable of color filling with a blitter.
DDCAPS_BLTDEPTHFILL Matériel Display hardware is capable of depth filling z-buffers with a blitter.
DDCAPS_BLTFOURCC Matériel Display hardware is capable of color-space conversions during blit operations.
DDCAPS_BLTQUEUE No Support Display hardware is capable of asynchronous blit operations.
DDCAPS_BLTSTRETCH Matériel Display hardware is capable of stretching during blit operations.
DDCAPS_CANBLTSYSMEM Matériel Display hardware is capable of blitting to or from system memory.
DDCAPS_CANCLIP HEL Display hardware is capable of clipping with blitting.
DDCAPS_CANCLIPSTRETCHED HEL Display hardware is capable of clipping while stretch blitting.
DDCAPS_COLORKEY Matériel Supports some form of color key in either overlay or blit operations. More specific color-key capability information can be found in the dwCKeyCaps member.
DDCAPS_COLORKEYHWASSIST Matériel The color key is partially hardware-assisted. This means that other resources (CPU or video memory) might be used. If this bit is not set, full hardware support is in place.
DDCAPS_GDI No Support Display hardware is shared with GDI.
DDCAPS_NOHARDWARE No Support There is no hardware support.
DDCAPS_OVERLAY Matériel Display hardware supports overlays.
DDCAPS_OVERLAYCANTCLIP Matériel Display hardware supports overlays but cannot clip them.
DDCAPS_OVERLAYFOURCC Matériel Overlay hardware is capable of color-space conversions during overlay operations.
DDCAPS_OVERLAYSTRETCH Matériel Overlay hardware is capable of stretching. The dwMinOverlayStretch and dwMaxOverlayStretch members contain valid data.
DDCAPS_PALETTE HEL DirectDraw is capable of creating and supporting DirectDrawPalette objects for surfaces other than the primary surface.
DDCAPS_PALETTEVSYNC No Support DirectDraw is capable of updating a palette synchronized with the vertical refresh.
DDCAPS_READSCANLINE Matériel Display hardware is capable of returning the current scan line.
DDCAPS_VBI No Support Display hardware is capable of generating a vertical-blank interrupt.
DDCAPS_ZBLTS Matériel Supports the use of z-buffers with blit operations.
DDCAPS_ZOVERLAYS No Support Supports the use of the IDirectDrawSurface7::UpdateOverlayZOrder method as a z-value for overlays to control their layering.
DDCAPS2_AUTOFLIPOVERLAY No Support The overlay can be automatically flipped to the next surface in the flipping chain each time that a video port VSYNC occurs, allowing the video port and the overlay to double-buffer the video without CPU overhead. This option is only valid when the surface is receiving data from a video port. If the video port data is noninterlaced or noninterleaved, it flips on every VSYNC. If the data is being interleaved in memory, it flips on every other VSYNC.
DDCAPS2_CANBOBHARDWARE Matériel The overlay hardware can display each field of an interlaced video stream individually.
DDCAPS2_CANBOBINTERLEAVED Matériel The overlay hardware can display each field of an interlaced video stream individually while it is interleaved in memory without causing any artifacts that might normally occur without special hardware support. This option is only valid when the surface is receiving data from a video port and the video is zoomed at least twice in the vertical direction.
DDCAPS2_CANBOBNONINTERLEAVED Matériel The overlay hardware can display each field of an interlaced video stream individually while it is not interleaved in memory without causing any artifacts that might normally occur without special hardware support. This option is only valid when the surface is receiving data from a video port and the video is zoomed at least twice in the vertical direction.
DDCAPS2_CANCALIBRATEGAMMA No Support The system has a calibrator installed that can automatically adjust the gamma ramp so that the result is identical on all systems that have a calibrator. To invoke the calibrator when setting new gamma levels, use the DDSGR_CALIBRATE flag when calling the IDirectDrawGammaControl::SetGammaRamp method. Calibrating gamma ramps incurs some processing overhead and should not be used frequently.
DDCAPS2_CANDROPZ16BIT No Support Sixteen-bit RGBZ values can be converted into 16-bit RGB values. (The system does not support 8-bit conversions.)
DDCAPS2_CANFLIPODDEVEN Matériel The driver is capable of performing odd and even flip operations, as specified by the DDFLIP_ODD and DDFLIP_EVEN flags used with the IDirectDrawSurface7::Flip method.
DDCAPS2_CANMANAGETEXTURE No Support The Direct3D texture manager uses this capability to decide whether to put managed surfaces in nonlocal video memory. If the capability is set, the texture manager puts managed surfaces in nonlocal video memory. Drivers that cannot texture from local video memory should not set this capability.
DDCAPS2_CANRENDERWINDOWED Matériel The driver is capable of rendering in windowed mode.
DDCAPS2_CERTIFIED HEL Display hardware is certified.
DDCAPS2_COLORCONTROLPRIMARY No Support The primary surface contains color controls (for instance, gamma)
DDCAPS2_COLORCONTROLOVERLAY Matériel The overlay surface contains color controls (such as brightness and sharpness)
DDCAPS2_COPYFOURCC Matériel The driver supports blitting any FOURCC surface to another surface of the same FOURCC.
DDCAPS2_FLIPINTERVAL No Support The driver responds to the DDFLIP_INTERVAL* flags.
DDCAPS2_FLIPNOVSYNC Matériel The driver responds to the DDFLIP_NOVSYNC flag
DDCAPS2_NO2DDURING3DSCENE No Support Two-dimensional operations such as IDirectDrawSurface7::Blt and IDirectDrawSurface7::Lock cannot be performed on any surfaces that Direct3D is using between calls to the IDirect3DDevice7::BeginScene and IDirect3DDevice7::EndScene methods.
DDCAPS2_NONLOCALVIDMEM No Support The display driver supports surfaces in nonlocal video memory.
DDCAPS2_NONLOCALVIDMEMCAPS No Support Blit capabilities for nonlocal video-memory surfaces differ from local video-memory surfaces. If this flag is present, the DDCAPS2_NONLOCALVIDMEM flag is also present.
DDCAPS2_NOPAGELOCKREQUIRED Matériel DMA blit operations are supported on system-memory surfaces that are not page-locked.
DDCAPS2_PRIMARYGAMMA Matériel Supports dynamic gamma ramps for the primary surface.
DDCAPS2_STEREO No Support Turns on the ddcaps.dwSVCaps bit to support stereo mode. The driver can do stereo in at least one mode other than the current mode. The application can use IDirectDraw7::GetDisplayMode or IDirectDraw7::EnumDisplayModes to get per-mode stereo information.
DDCAPS2_TEXMANINNONLOCALVIDMEM No Support The Direct3D texture manager uses this capability to decide whether to put managed surfaces in nonlocal video memory. If the capability is set, the texture manager puts managed surfaces in nonlocal video memory. Drivers that cannot texture from local video memory should not set this capability.
DDCAPS2_VIDEOPORT No Support Display hardware supports live video.
DDCAPS2_WIDESURFACES Matériel The display surface supports surfaces wider than the primary surface.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTBLT Matériel Supports transparent blitting with a color key that identifies the replaceable bits of the destination surface for RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTBLTCLRSPACE Matériel Supports transparent blitting with a color space that identifies the replaceable bits of the destination surface for RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTBLTCLRSPACEYUV No Support Supports transparent blitting with a color space that identifies the replaceable bits of the destination surface for YUV colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTBLTYUV No Support Supports transparent blitting with a color key that identifies the replaceable bits of the destination surface for YUV colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTOVERLAY Matériel Supports overlaying with color keying of the replaceable bits of the destination surface to be overlaid for RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTOVERLAYCLRSPACE No Support Supports a color space as the color key for the destination of RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTOVERLAYCLRSPACEYUV No Support Supports a color space as the color key for the destination of YUV colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTOVERLAYONEACTIVE Matériel Supports only one active destination color key value for visible overlay surfaces.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTOVERLAYYUV No Support Supports overlaying, using color keying of the replaceable bits of the destination surface to be overlaid for YUV colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_NOCOSTOVERLAY No Support Indicates that there are no bandwidth trade-offs for using the color key with an overlay.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCBLT Matériel Supports transparent blitting, using the color key for the source with this surface for RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCBLTCLRSPACE Matériel Supports transparent blitting, using a color space for the source with this surface for RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCBLTCLRSPACEYUV No Support Supports transparent blitting, using a color space for the source with this surface for YUV colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCBLTYUV No Support Supports transparent blitting, using the color key for the source with this surface for YUV colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCOVERLAY Matériel Supports overlaying, using the color key for the source with this overlay surface for RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCOVERLAYCLRSPACE Matériel Supports overlaying, using a color space as the source color key for the overlay surface for RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCOVERLAYCLRSPACEYUV Matériel Supports overlaying, using a color space as the source color key for the overlay surface for YUV colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCOVERLAYONEACTIVE Matériel Supports only one active source color key value for visible overlay surfaces.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCOVERLAYYUV Matériel Supports overlaying, using the color key for the source with this overlay surface for YUV colors.
DDFXCAPS_BLTALPHA HEL Supports alpha-blended blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTARITHSTRETCHY Matériel Uses arithmetic operations, rather than pixel-doubling techniques, to stretch and shrink surfaces during a blit operation. Occurs along the y-axis (vertically).
DDFXCAPS_BLTARITHSTRETCHYN Matériel Uses arithmetic operations, rather than pixel-doubling techniques, to stretch and shrink surfaces during a blit operation. Occurs along the y-axis (vertically), and works only for integer stretching (×1, ×2, and so on).
DDFXCAPS_BLTFILTER Matériel Driver can do surface-reconstruction filtering for warped blits.
DDFXCAPS_BLTMIRRORLEFTRIGHT Matériel Supports mirroring left to right in a blit operation.
DDFXCAPS_BLTMIRRORUPDOWN Matériel Supports mirroring top to bottom in a blit operation.
DDFXCAPS_BLTROTATION No Support Supports arbitrary rotation in a blit operation.
DDFXCAPS_BLTROTATION90 No Support Supports 90-degree rotations in a blit operation.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSHRINKX Matériel Supports arbitrary shrinking of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSHRINKXN Matériel Supports integer shrinking (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSHRINKY Matériel Supports arbitrary shrinking of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSHRINKYN Matériel Supports integer shrinking (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSTRETCHX Matériel Supports arbitrary stretching of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSTRETCHXN Matériel Supports integer stretching (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSTRETCHY Matériel Supports arbitrary stretching of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSTRETCHYN Matériel Supports integer stretching (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYALPHA No Support Supports alpha blending for overlay surfaces.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYARITHSTRETCHY Matériel Uses arithmetic operations, rather than pixel-doubling techniques, to stretch and shrink overlay surfaces. Occurs along the y-axis (vertically).
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYARITHSTRETCHYN Matériel Uses arithmetic operations, rather than pixel-doubling techniques, to stretch and shrink overlay surfaces. Occurs along the y-axis (vertically), and works only for integer stretching (×1, ×2, and so on).
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYFILTER Matériel Supports surface-reconstruction filtering for warped overlay sprites. Filtering is not currently supported for explicitly displayed overlay surfaces (those displayed with calls to IDirectDrawSurface7::UpdateOverlay).
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYMIRRORLEFTRIGHT Matériel Supports mirroring of overlays across the vertical axis.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYMIRRORUPDOWN Matériel Supports mirroring of overlays across the horizontal axis.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSHRINKX Matériel Supports arbitrary shrinking of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that shrinking is available.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSHRINKXN Matériel Supports integer shrinking (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that shrinking is available.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSHRINKY Matériel Supports arbitrary shrinking of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that shrinking is available.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSHRINKYN Matériel Supports integer shrinking (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that shrinking is available.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSTRETCHX Matériel Supports arbitrary stretching of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that stretching is available.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSTRETCHXN Matériel Supports integer stretching (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that stretching is available.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSTRETCHY Matériel Supports arbitrary stretching of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that stretching is available.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSTRETCHYN Matériel Supports integer stretching (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that stretching is available.
DDFXALPHACAPS_BLTALPHAEDGEBLEND No Support Supports alpha blending around the edge of a source color-keyed surface. Used for blit operations.
DDFXALPHACAPS_BLTALPHAPIXELS Matériel Supports alpha information in pixel format. The bit depth of alpha information in the pixel format can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. The alpha value becomes more opaque as the alpha value increases. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully transparent value. Used for blit operations.
DDFXALPHACAPS_BLTALPHAPIXELSNEG No Support Supports alpha information in pixel format. The bit depth of alpha information in the pixel format can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. The alpha value becomes more transparent as the alpha value increases. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully opaque value. This flag can be used only if DDCAPS_ALPHA is set. Used for blit operations.
DDFXALPHACAPS_BLTALPHASURFACES No Support Supports alpha-only surfaces. The bit depth of an alpha-only surface can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. The alpha value becomes more opaque as the alpha value increases. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully transparent value. Used for blit operations.
DDFXALPHACAPS_BLTALPHASURFACESNEG No Support Indicates that the alpha channel becomes more transparent as the alpha value increases. The depth of the alpha channel-data can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully opaque value. This flag can be set only if DDCAPS_ALPHA has been set. Used for blit operations.
DDFXALPHACAPS_OVERLAYALPHAEDGEBLEND No Support Supports alpha blending around the edge of a source color-keyed surface. Used for overlays.
DDFXALPHACAPS_OVERLAYALPHAPIXELS No Support Supports alpha information in pixel format. The bit depth of alpha information in pixel format can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. The alpha value becomes more opaque as the alpha value increases. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully transparent value. Used for overlays.
DDFXALPHACAPS_OVERLAYALPHAPIXELSNEG No Support Supports alpha information in pixel format. The bit depth of alpha information in pixel format can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. The alpha value becomes more transparent as the alpha value increases. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully opaque value. This flag can be used only if DDCAPS_ALPHA has been set. Used for overlays.
DDFXALPHACAPS_OVERLAYALPHASURFACES No Support Supports alpha-only surfaces. The bit depth of an alpha-only surface can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. The alpha value becomes more opaque as the alpha value increases. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully transparent value. Used for overlays.
DDFXALPHACAPS_OVERLAYALPHASURFACESNEG No Support Indicates that the alpha channel becomes more transparent as the alpha value increases. The depth of the alpha-channel data can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully opaque value. This flag can be used only if DDCAPS_ALPHA has been set. Used for overlays.
DDPCAPS_1BIT HEL Supports palettes that contain 1-bit color entries (two colors).
DDPCAPS_2BIT HEL Supports palettes that contain 2-bit color entries (four colors).
DDPCAPS_4BIT HEL Supports palettes that contain 4-bit color entries (16 colors).
DDPCAPS_8BIT HEL Supports palettes that contain 8-bit color entries (256 colors).
DDPCAPS_8BITENTRIES HEL Specifies an index to an 8-bit color index. This field is valid only when used with the DDPCAPS_1BIT, DDPCAPS_2BIT, or DDPCAPS_4BIT capability and when the target surface is 8 bits per pixel (bpp). Each color entry is 1 byte long and is an index to an 8-bpp palette on the destination surface.
DDPCAPS_ALPHA No Support Supports palettes that include an alpha component. For alpha-capable palettes, the peFlags member of each PALETTEENTRY structure that the palette contains is to be interpreted as a single 8-bit alpha value (in addition to the color data in the peRed, peGreen, and peBlue members). A palette created with this flag can be attached only to a texture surface.
DDPCAPS_ALLOW256 HEL Supports palettes that can have all 256 entries defined.
DDPCAPS_PRIMARYSURFACE No Support The palette is attached to the primary surface. Changing the palette has an immediate effect on the display unless the DDPCAPS_VSYNC capability is specified and supported.
DDPCAPS_PRIMARYSURFACELEFT No Support The palette is attached to the primary surface on the left. Changing the palette has an immediate effect on the display unless the DDPCAPS_VSYNC capability is specified and supported.
DDPCAPS_VSYNC No Support The palette can be modified synchronously with the monitor's refresh rate.
DDSVCAPS_STEREOSEQUENTIAL No Support The driver can do stereo in at least one mode other than the current mode. The application can use IDirectDraw7::GetDisplayMode or IDirectDraw7::EnumDisplayModes to get per-mode stereo information.


Other Hardware Capabilities Flags
Capability Valeur Description
Total Video Memory 57148 KBytes Total amount of display memory on the device, in bytes, minus memory reserved for the primary surface and any private data structures reserved by the driver. (This value is the same as the total video memory reported by the IDirectDraw7::GetAvailableVidMem method.)
Free Video Memory 57148 KBytes Free display memory. This value equals the value in dwVidMemTotal, minus any memory currently allocated by the application for surfaces. Unlike the GetAvailableVidMem method, which reports the memory available for a particular type of surface (such as a texture), this value reflects the memory available for any type of surface.
Maximum Visible Overlays 2 Maximum number of visible overlays or overlay sprites.
Number of FourCC Codes 12 Number of FourCC codes.
Maximum Live Video Ports 0 Maximum number of live video ports.
Driver Name ialmrnt5.dll
Driver Description Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
Driver Version 6.14.10.4020
Vendor ID 8086 32902
ID du périphérique 3582 13698
Subsystem ID 95001584 -1795156604
Révision 2 2
WHQL Level 1 1
GUID D7B78E66-76C2-11CF-347600B5ADC2CD35


Hardware Capabilities Flags
Capability Support Description
DDCAPS_3D Matériel The display hardware has 3-D acceleration.
DDCAPS_ALIGNBOUNDARYDEST No Support DirectDraw supports only those overlay destination rectangles with the x-axis aligned to the dwAlignBoundaryDest boundaries of the surface.
DDCAPS_ALIGNBOUNDARYSRC No Support DirectDraw supports only those overlay source rectangles with the x-axis aligned to the dwAlignBoundarySrc boundaries of the surface.
DDCAPS_ALIGNSIZEDEST No Support DirectDraw supports only those overlay destination rectangles whose x-axis sizes, in pixels, are dwAlignSizeDest multiples.
DDCAPS_ALIGNSIZESRC No Support DirectDraw supports only those overlay source rectangles whose x-axis sizes, in pixels, are dwAlignSizeSrc multiples.
DDCAPS_ALIGNSTRIDE No Support DirectDraw creates display memory surfaces that have a stride alignment equal to the dwAlignStrideAlign value.
DDCAPS_ALPHA HEL The display hardware supports alpha-only surfaces.
DDCAPS_BANKSWITCHED No Support The display hardware is bank-switched and is potentially very slow at random access to display memory.
DDCAPS_BLT Matériel Display hardware is capable of blit operations.
DDCAPS_BLTCOLORFILL Matériel Display hardware is capable of color filling with a blitter.
DDCAPS_BLTDEPTHFILL Matériel Display hardware is capable of depth filling z-buffers with a blitter.
DDCAPS_BLTFOURCC Matériel Display hardware is capable of color-space conversions during blit operations.
DDCAPS_BLTQUEUE No Support Display hardware is capable of asynchronous blit operations.
DDCAPS_BLTSTRETCH Matériel Display hardware is capable of stretching during blit operations.
DDCAPS_CANBLTSYSMEM Matériel Display hardware is capable of blitting to or from system memory.
DDCAPS_CANCLIP HEL Display hardware is capable of clipping with blitting.
DDCAPS_CANCLIPSTRETCHED HEL Display hardware is capable of clipping while stretch blitting.
DDCAPS_COLORKEY Matériel Supports some form of color key in either overlay or blit operations. More specific color-key capability information can be found in the dwCKeyCaps member.
DDCAPS_COLORKEYHWASSIST Matériel The color key is partially hardware-assisted. This means that other resources (CPU or video memory) might be used. If this bit is not set, full hardware support is in place.
DDCAPS_GDI No Support Display hardware is shared with GDI.
DDCAPS_NOHARDWARE No Support There is no hardware support.
DDCAPS_OVERLAY Matériel Display hardware supports overlays.
DDCAPS_OVERLAYCANTCLIP Matériel Display hardware supports overlays but cannot clip them.
DDCAPS_OVERLAYFOURCC Matériel Overlay hardware is capable of color-space conversions during overlay operations.
DDCAPS_OVERLAYSTRETCH Matériel Overlay hardware is capable of stretching. The dwMinOverlayStretch and dwMaxOverlayStretch members contain valid data.
DDCAPS_PALETTE HEL DirectDraw is capable of creating and supporting DirectDrawPalette objects for surfaces other than the primary surface.
DDCAPS_PALETTEVSYNC No Support DirectDraw is capable of updating a palette synchronized with the vertical refresh.
DDCAPS_READSCANLINE Matériel Display hardware is capable of returning the current scan line.
DDCAPS_VBI No Support Display hardware is capable of generating a vertical-blank interrupt.
DDCAPS_ZBLTS Matériel Supports the use of z-buffers with blit operations.
DDCAPS_ZOVERLAYS No Support Supports the use of the IDirectDrawSurface7::UpdateOverlayZOrder method as a z-value for overlays to control their layering.
DDCAPS2_AUTOFLIPOVERLAY No Support The overlay can be automatically flipped to the next surface in the flipping chain each time that a video port VSYNC occurs, allowing the video port and the overlay to double-buffer the video without CPU overhead. This option is only valid when the surface is receiving data from a video port. If the video port data is noninterlaced or noninterleaved, it flips on every VSYNC. If the data is being interleaved in memory, it flips on every other VSYNC.
DDCAPS2_CANBOBHARDWARE Matériel The overlay hardware can display each field of an interlaced video stream individually.
DDCAPS2_CANBOBINTERLEAVED Matériel The overlay hardware can display each field of an interlaced video stream individually while it is interleaved in memory without causing any artifacts that might normally occur without special hardware support. This option is only valid when the surface is receiving data from a video port and the video is zoomed at least twice in the vertical direction.
DDCAPS2_CANBOBNONINTERLEAVED Matériel The overlay hardware can display each field of an interlaced video stream individually while it is not interleaved in memory without causing any artifacts that might normally occur without special hardware support. This option is only valid when the surface is receiving data from a video port and the video is zoomed at least twice in the vertical direction.
DDCAPS2_CANCALIBRATEGAMMA No Support The system has a calibrator installed that can automatically adjust the gamma ramp so that the result is identical on all systems that have a calibrator. To invoke the calibrator when setting new gamma levels, use the DDSGR_CALIBRATE flag when calling the IDirectDrawGammaControl::SetGammaRamp method. Calibrating gamma ramps incurs some processing overhead and should not be used frequently.
DDCAPS2_CANDROPZ16BIT No Support Sixteen-bit RGBZ values can be converted into 16-bit RGB values. (The system does not support 8-bit conversions.)
DDCAPS2_CANFLIPODDEVEN Matériel The driver is capable of performing odd and even flip operations, as specified by the DDFLIP_ODD and DDFLIP_EVEN flags used with the IDirectDrawSurface7::Flip method.
DDCAPS2_CANMANAGETEXTURE No Support The Direct3D texture manager uses this capability to decide whether to put managed surfaces in nonlocal video memory. If the capability is set, the texture manager puts managed surfaces in nonlocal video memory. Drivers that cannot texture from local video memory should not set this capability.
DDCAPS2_CANRENDERWINDOWED Matériel The driver is capable of rendering in windowed mode.
DDCAPS2_CERTIFIED HEL Display hardware is certified.
DDCAPS2_COLORCONTROLPRIMARY No Support The primary surface contains color controls (for instance, gamma)
DDCAPS2_COLORCONTROLOVERLAY Matériel The overlay surface contains color controls (such as brightness and sharpness)
DDCAPS2_COPYFOURCC Matériel The driver supports blitting any FOURCC surface to another surface of the same FOURCC.
DDCAPS2_FLIPINTERVAL No Support The driver responds to the DDFLIP_INTERVAL* flags.
DDCAPS2_FLIPNOVSYNC Matériel The driver responds to the DDFLIP_NOVSYNC flag
DDCAPS2_NO2DDURING3DSCENE No Support Two-dimensional operations such as IDirectDrawSurface7::Blt and IDirectDrawSurface7::Lock cannot be performed on any surfaces that Direct3D is using between calls to the IDirect3DDevice7::BeginScene and IDirect3DDevice7::EndScene methods.
DDCAPS2_NONLOCALVIDMEM No Support The display driver supports surfaces in nonlocal video memory.
DDCAPS2_NONLOCALVIDMEMCAPS No Support Blit capabilities for nonlocal video-memory surfaces differ from local video-memory surfaces. If this flag is present, the DDCAPS2_NONLOCALVIDMEM flag is also present.
DDCAPS2_NOPAGELOCKREQUIRED Matériel DMA blit operations are supported on system-memory surfaces that are not page-locked.
DDCAPS2_PRIMARYGAMMA Matériel Supports dynamic gamma ramps for the primary surface.
DDCAPS2_STEREO No Support Turns on the ddcaps.dwSVCaps bit to support stereo mode. The driver can do stereo in at least one mode other than the current mode. The application can use IDirectDraw7::GetDisplayMode or IDirectDraw7::EnumDisplayModes to get per-mode stereo information.
DDCAPS2_TEXMANINNONLOCALVIDMEM No Support The Direct3D texture manager uses this capability to decide whether to put managed surfaces in nonlocal video memory. If the capability is set, the texture manager puts managed surfaces in nonlocal video memory. Drivers that cannot texture from local video memory should not set this capability.
DDCAPS2_VIDEOPORT No Support Display hardware supports live video.
DDCAPS2_WIDESURFACES Matériel The display surface supports surfaces wider than the primary surface.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTBLT Matériel Supports transparent blitting with a color key that identifies the replaceable bits of the destination surface for RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTBLTCLRSPACE Matériel Supports transparent blitting with a color space that identifies the replaceable bits of the destination surface for RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTBLTCLRSPACEYUV No Support Supports transparent blitting with a color space that identifies the replaceable bits of the destination surface for YUV colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTBLTYUV No Support Supports transparent blitting with a color key that identifies the replaceable bits of the destination surface for YUV colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTOVERLAY Matériel Supports overlaying with color keying of the replaceable bits of the destination surface to be overlaid for RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTOVERLAYCLRSPACE No Support Supports a color space as the color key for the destination of RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTOVERLAYCLRSPACEYUV No Support Supports a color space as the color key for the destination of YUV colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTOVERLAYONEACTIVE Matériel Supports only one active destination color key value for visible overlay surfaces.
DDCKEYCAPS_DESTOVERLAYYUV No Support Supports overlaying, using color keying of the replaceable bits of the destination surface to be overlaid for YUV colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_NOCOSTOVERLAY No Support Indicates that there are no bandwidth trade-offs for using the color key with an overlay.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCBLT Matériel Supports transparent blitting, using the color key for the source with this surface for RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCBLTCLRSPACE Matériel Supports transparent blitting, using a color space for the source with this surface for RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCBLTCLRSPACEYUV No Support Supports transparent blitting, using a color space for the source with this surface for YUV colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCBLTYUV No Support Supports transparent blitting, using the color key for the source with this surface for YUV colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCOVERLAY Matériel Supports overlaying, using the color key for the source with this overlay surface for RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCOVERLAYCLRSPACE Matériel Supports overlaying, using a color space as the source color key for the overlay surface for RGB colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCOVERLAYCLRSPACEYUV Matériel Supports overlaying, using a color space as the source color key for the overlay surface for YUV colors.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCOVERLAYONEACTIVE Matériel Supports only one active source color key value for visible overlay surfaces.
DDCKEYCAPS_SRCOVERLAYYUV Matériel Supports overlaying, using the color key for the source with this overlay surface for YUV colors.
DDFXCAPS_BLTALPHA HEL Supports alpha-blended blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTARITHSTRETCHY Matériel Uses arithmetic operations, rather than pixel-doubling techniques, to stretch and shrink surfaces during a blit operation. Occurs along the y-axis (vertically).
DDFXCAPS_BLTARITHSTRETCHYN Matériel Uses arithmetic operations, rather than pixel-doubling techniques, to stretch and shrink surfaces during a blit operation. Occurs along the y-axis (vertically), and works only for integer stretching (×1, ×2, and so on).
DDFXCAPS_BLTFILTER Matériel Driver can do surface-reconstruction filtering for warped blits.
DDFXCAPS_BLTMIRRORLEFTRIGHT Matériel Supports mirroring left to right in a blit operation.
DDFXCAPS_BLTMIRRORUPDOWN Matériel Supports mirroring top to bottom in a blit operation.
DDFXCAPS_BLTROTATION No Support Supports arbitrary rotation in a blit operation.
DDFXCAPS_BLTROTATION90 No Support Supports 90-degree rotations in a blit operation.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSHRINKX Matériel Supports arbitrary shrinking of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSHRINKXN Matériel Supports integer shrinking (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSHRINKY Matériel Supports arbitrary shrinking of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSHRINKYN Matériel Supports integer shrinking (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSTRETCHX Matériel Supports arbitrary stretching of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSTRETCHXN Matériel Supports integer stretching (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSTRETCHY Matériel Supports arbitrary stretching of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_BLTSTRETCHYN Matériel Supports integer stretching (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for blit operations.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYALPHA No Support Supports alpha blending for overlay surfaces.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYARITHSTRETCHY Matériel Uses arithmetic operations, rather than pixel-doubling techniques, to stretch and shrink overlay surfaces. Occurs along the y-axis (vertically).
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYARITHSTRETCHYN Matériel Uses arithmetic operations, rather than pixel-doubling techniques, to stretch and shrink overlay surfaces. Occurs along the y-axis (vertically), and works only for integer stretching (×1, ×2, and so on).
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYFILTER Matériel Supports surface-reconstruction filtering for warped overlay sprites. Filtering is not currently supported for explicitly displayed overlay surfaces (those displayed with calls to IDirectDrawSurface7::UpdateOverlay).
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYMIRRORLEFTRIGHT Matériel Supports mirroring of overlays across the vertical axis.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYMIRRORUPDOWN Matériel Supports mirroring of overlays across the horizontal axis.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSHRINKX Matériel Supports arbitrary shrinking of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that shrinking is available.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSHRINKXN Matériel Supports integer shrinking (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that shrinking is available.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSHRINKY Matériel Supports arbitrary shrinking of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that shrinking is available.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSHRINKYN Matériel Supports integer shrinking (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that shrinking is available.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSTRETCHX Matériel Supports arbitrary stretching of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that stretching is available.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSTRETCHXN Matériel Supports integer stretching (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the x-axis (horizontally). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that stretching is available.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSTRETCHY Matériel Supports arbitrary stretching of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that stretching is available.
DDFXCAPS_OVERLAYSTRETCHYN Matériel Supports integer stretching (×1, ×2, and so on) of a surface along the y-axis (vertically). This flag is valid only for DDSCAPS_OVERLAY surfaces. This flag indicates only the capabilities of a surface; it does not indicate that stretching is available.
DDFXALPHACAPS_BLTALPHAEDGEBLEND No Support Supports alpha blending around the edge of a source color-keyed surface. Used for blit operations.
DDFXALPHACAPS_BLTALPHAPIXELS Matériel Supports alpha information in pixel format. The bit depth of alpha information in the pixel format can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. The alpha value becomes more opaque as the alpha value increases. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully transparent value. Used for blit operations.
DDFXALPHACAPS_BLTALPHAPIXELSNEG No Support Supports alpha information in pixel format. The bit depth of alpha information in the pixel format can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. The alpha value becomes more transparent as the alpha value increases. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully opaque value. This flag can be used only if DDCAPS_ALPHA is set. Used for blit operations.
DDFXALPHACAPS_BLTALPHASURFACES No Support Supports alpha-only surfaces. The bit depth of an alpha-only surface can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. The alpha value becomes more opaque as the alpha value increases. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully transparent value. Used for blit operations.
DDFXALPHACAPS_BLTALPHASURFACESNEG No Support Indicates that the alpha channel becomes more transparent as the alpha value increases. The depth of the alpha channel-data can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully opaque value. This flag can be set only if DDCAPS_ALPHA has been set. Used for blit operations.
DDFXALPHACAPS_OVERLAYALPHAEDGEBLEND No Support Supports alpha blending around the edge of a source color-keyed surface. Used for overlays.
DDFXALPHACAPS_OVERLAYALPHAPIXELS No Support Supports alpha information in pixel format. The bit depth of alpha information in pixel format can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. The alpha value becomes more opaque as the alpha value increases. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully transparent value. Used for overlays.
DDFXALPHACAPS_OVERLAYALPHAPIXELSNEG No Support Supports alpha information in pixel format. The bit depth of alpha information in pixel format can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. The alpha value becomes more transparent as the alpha value increases. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully opaque value. This flag can be used only if DDCAPS_ALPHA has been set. Used for overlays.
DDFXALPHACAPS_OVERLAYALPHASURFACES No Support Supports alpha-only surfaces. The bit depth of an alpha-only surface can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. The alpha value becomes more opaque as the alpha value increases. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully transparent value. Used for overlays.
DDFXALPHACAPS_OVERLAYALPHASURFACESNEG No Support Indicates that the alpha channel becomes more transparent as the alpha value increases. The depth of the alpha-channel data can be 1, 2, 4, or 8. Regardless of the depth of the alpha information, 0 is always the fully opaque value. This flag can be used only if DDCAPS_ALPHA has been set. Used for overlays.
DDPCAPS_1BIT HEL Supports palettes that contain 1-bit color entries (two colors).
DDPCAPS_2BIT HEL Supports palettes that contain 2-bit color entries (four colors).
DDPCAPS_4BIT HEL Supports palettes that contain 4-bit color entries (16 colors).
DDPCAPS_8BIT HEL Supports palettes that contain 8-bit color entries (256 colors).
DDPCAPS_8BITENTRIES HEL Specifies an index to an 8-bit color index. This field is valid only when used with the DDPCAPS_1BIT, DDPCAPS_2BIT, or DDPCAPS_4BIT capability and when the target surface is 8 bits per pixel (bpp). Each color entry is 1 byte long and is an index to an 8-bpp palette on the destination surface.
DDPCAPS_ALPHA No Support Supports palettes that include an alpha component. For alpha-capable palettes, the peFlags member of each PALETTEENTRY structure that the palette contains is to be interpreted as a single 8-bit alpha value (in addition to the color data in the peRed, peGreen, and peBlue members). A palette created with this flag can be attached only to a texture surface.
DDPCAPS_ALLOW256 HEL Supports palettes that can have all 256 entries defined.
DDPCAPS_PRIMARYSURFACE No Support The palette is attached to the primary surface. Changing the palette has an immediate effect on the display unless the DDPCAPS_VSYNC capability is specified and supported.
DDPCAPS_PRIMARYSURFACELEFT No Support The palette is attached to the primary surface on the left. Changing the palette has an immediate effect on the display unless the DDPCAPS_VSYNC capability is specified and supported.
DDPCAPS_VSYNC No Support The palette can be modified synchronously with the monitor's refresh rate.
DDSVCAPS_STEREOSEQUENTIAL No Support The driver can do stereo in at least one mode other than the current mode. The application can use IDirectDraw7::GetDisplayMode or IDirectDraw7::EnumDisplayModes to get per-mode stereo information.


Other Hardware Capabilities Flags
Capability Valeur Description
Total Video Memory 57148 KBytes Total amount of display memory on the device, in bytes, minus memory reserved for the primary surface and any private data structures reserved by the driver. (This value is the same as the total video memory reported by the IDirectDraw7::GetAvailableVidMem method.)
Free Video Memory 57148 KBytes Free display memory. This value equals the value in dwVidMemTotal, minus any memory currently allocated by the application for surfaces. Unlike the GetAvailableVidMem method, which reports the memory available for a particular type of surface (such as a texture), this value reflects the memory available for any type of surface.
Maximum Visible Overlays 2 Maximum number of visible overlays or overlay sprites.
Number of FourCC Codes 12 Number of FourCC codes.
Maximum Live Video Ports 0 Maximum number of live video ports.

Note HEL Hardware Emulation Layer

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#2 kyxi

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Posté 04 août 2007 - 07:19

Need help svp :P
Marre des plantage :P
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Posté 05 août 2007 - 01:49

M'aurai ton oublié ? :P
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#4 seb57

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Posté 05 août 2007 - 06:31

Bonjour,
Nous ne t'avons pas oublié, mais il serrait plus simple avec quelques infos, ta carte graphique 64mo ? Non ?
Les logiciels que ta installer, si t'en n'a installer bien sur, adons, plug-ins,patch, pour WOW, etc... ???


Ton Direct X est à jour ? Avec la mise à jour d'août 2007 ?

Voila un lien A télécharger ICI



Avec c'est infos nous pourrions commencer à t'aider...

Modifié par seb57, 05 août 2007 - 06:34 .

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Posté 05 août 2007 - 06:39

Regardes aussi chez INTEL si une mise à jour du pilote de ton chipset graphique est disponible .
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Posté 05 août 2007 - 10:06

Bonjour,
Nous ne t'avons pas oublié, mais il serrait plus simple avec quelques infos, ta carte graphique 64mo ? Non ?
Les logiciels que ta installer, si t'en n'a installer bien sur, adons, plug-ins,patch, pour WOW, etc... ???
Ton Direct X est à jour ? Avec la mise à jour d'août 2007 ?

Voila un lien A télécharger ICI
Avec c'est infos nous pourrions commencer à t'aider...


Donc voila j'ai télécharger la mise a jour du direct X mes il pose probleme quand je l'execute,il ne ce place pas tout seul dans un fichier et je ne sais pas ou il faut le faire ? :P

Au niveau des patch, etc .... pour wow tout es correct(etavant il n'y avais pas de probleme), et toujour windows qui me dit : Le pilote d'affichage ne reponds plus, avec toujour les meme probleme(ialmrnt5, etc.....)
[ fichiers du pilote : C:\WINDOWS\system32\ialmrnt5.dll],détail du fichier :Controller Hub for Intel Graphics Driver
Par rapport au logiciel installer tu veux dire quoi ?

Niveau carte graphique :

Type de carte : Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
Informations sur la carte :

- Type de processeur : Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Controller
- Type du CNA (DAC) : Internal
- Taille de la mémoire : 64 MB
- Carte : Intel® 82852/82855 GM/GME Controller
- Info du BIOS : Intel Video BIOS (version du bios video 3276)

Info divers :
Pilote :
Fournisseur du pilote :Intel Corporation
Date du pilote :23/01/2005
Version du pilote :6.14.10.4020
Signataire numérique :Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publ
Une question aussi, OpenGL es t'il configuré comme il le faut ?


"Afficher le rapport"

INTEL® EXTREME GRAPHICS 2 FOR MOBILE REPORT


Report Date: 08/05/2007
Report Time[hr:mm:ss]: 23:04:23
Driver Version: 6.14.10.4020
Operating System: Windows NT* 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2
Default Language: French
DirectX* Version: 9.0
Physical Memory: 1007 MB
Min. Graphics Memory: 16 MB
Max. Graphics Memory: 64 MB
Graphics Memory in use: 8 MB
Processor: x86 family 6 Model 13 Stepping 6
Processor Speed: 1700 MHZ
Vendor ID: 0x8086
Device ID: 0x3582
Device Revision: 2


* Output Devices Connected to Graphics Accelerator *

Active Notebook Displays:1
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Posté 06 août 2007 - 10:01

64mo c'est bof :P enfin bref pour Direct X créer un fichier et extrait tout dedans ! Ensuite tu n'aura plus qu'a l'installer ...

Si tu veux mon adresse msn pour que je t'explique envoi moi un MP (message privé )
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Posté 07 août 2007 - 04:49

Re bonjour

Donc au niveau de la mise a jour aout 2007 de mon directX c bon sais fait,
par contre j'ai toujour le meme probleme :P , voila exactement ce qui es ecrit :

WINDOWS - Le pilote d'affiche ne répond plus

Le pilote d'affichage ialmrnt5 ne fonctionne plus correctement.
!
(..........redémarrer le pc .............)

J'ai voulu voir si je pouvais remetre les parametre sans redemarrer et j'ai uh le droit a cela:

Parametre d'affichage non valides

! Le pilote d'affichage graphique actuellement selectionné ne peut etre utilisé il a été concu pour
une version précédente de windows et n'est plus compatible avec cette version.

Tout sa en mode 800 par 600 (avec le sale rendu de couleur habituel a cela)
Donc j'ai fait le démarrer arreter redemarrer habituel pour rezet les parametre
(j'ai uh le temps de voir les derniere mots de l'ecran bleu deja dit, sais dernier étais Debut du vitage de mémoire.
C en lien avec les probleme graphique ou avec le redemarrage ? :P

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Posté 07 août 2007 - 04:55

Tu as fais comme je te le demandais une mise à jour du pilote graphique ?
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Posté 07 août 2007 - 05:30

Bonjour,

Heu justement par rapport ce dernier je suis perdu ..... :P ..... mais complaitement
Un vrai marché au puce :P le site d'Intel pour moi .

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