3 problems in Device manager from clean install with motherboard cd driver included. Screenshot provided of Device Manager

Why am I having these problems with my Display adaptor 829459 Express Chipset Family and Intel 82801GB PCI Express Root Port - 270D Problems is - "This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. (Code 12)" and the other is with the floppy disk drive,which I dont have. you sill see it in Device manager screenshot. But when I right click and gp tp properties i get this "This device cannot start. (Code 10)"
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bbbb2Asked:
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jazzIIIloveCommented:
Hi there;

Have you tried for the latest drivers of nvidia? If yes, follow the lines:

Two devices have been assigned the same input/output (I/O) ports, the same interrupt, or the same Direct Memory Access channel. The assignment was made by either the basic input/output system (BIOS), the operating system, or a combination of the two.

Disable com ports 1 & 2 in the bios, if you don't have a printer
disable port its too... It all frees resoucres...

Puting the card in another slot can help as well..

Check your BIOS settings to make sure that AC'97 audio (onboard audio) disabled...

Best regards...
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Jerry SolomonNetwork  AdministratorCommented:
Hello,
It appears to me that the chipset driver may have been missed.  try installing the chipset driver from that CD, or the manufacturer's download site. If this was indeed the issue, all the device issues should disappear right away.
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bbbb2Author Commented:
I installed the chipset drivers first. As for card in another slot. There is no card in the pci slot. Everything is onboard. I also dont have afloppy drive. If you would go look at my other question which is really all about this one you will see what we have all done. The title is "Installing XP service Pack 1" We are all stumped on why this is happening.

Thanks
Bobby
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TCB1Commented:
As for the floppy drive, make sure it is disabled in bios.

I would go to intel's website and download the latest chipset drivers for the 945GC chipset.

If for some reason that doesn't work, try using drivermax to find chipset drivers that will work. Www.innovative-sol.com/drivermax.
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PUNKYCommented:
Go here to download drivers:
http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?func=downloaddetail&type=driver&maincat_no=1&prod_no=1565
Install and the problems should go away.  
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bbbb2Author Commented:
Punky,
Thanks for what I thought was the answer a few days ago. Would you please go look at my other question about this problem titiled "XP Pro SP 1 How to get pass the 131 gb partition limit" or something like that. It deal with the problem I am having with the devices in device manager. I learned how to get past the 131 gb kimit but then I found all these problems in device manager. I have several screenshot and alot of input from others.

Appreciated
Bobby
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nobusCommented:
does this help?   from :  http://www.tech-faq.com/this-device-cannot-start.-code-10-in-audio-driver.shtml
This device cannot start. (Code 10)"

So, for non-computer geniuses, what does that mean in plain English? Basically it means that if the device which is causing the error has added its own custom error text to your Windows system when the device was installed, then when the device encounters an error, you will see the custom error message specific to that device. But if it doesn't have its own custom error message, then Windows uses its own generic error message for devices, which is "This device cannot start. (Code 10)"

Microsoft recommends that when this happens, you click "Update Driver" to update the drivers for the device. You can also start the Windows troubleshooting wizard by going to the general properties tab of the device, and clicking on "Troubleshoot".

Before doing this, be sure that you have the correct and most up-to-date versions of the driver(s) for that device. You can also try uninstalling and reinstalling the device, using the disk which came with it. When doing this, make sure to run your anti-virus program and anti-spyware program and restart your computer. This may help clear up the problem.

Finally, you can go to the website of the device's manufacturer, and check their download or support section for current, up-to-date drivers and patch kits.


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bbbb2Author Commented:
nobus, thanks alot for replying to my problem. I read your statement but some of your comments are incorrect and I was wondering if it makes a difference in what I need to do. The error message I get when I click properties on the problem devices of the display adaptor and PCI Express Root Port they both say this ..........
This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. (Code 12)

If you want to use this device, you will need to disable one of the other devices on this system.

Click Troubleshoot to start the troubleshooter for this device."

I hope this makes a difference in your answer because I have already did what everyone else is suggesting as for as reinstalling, updating drivers. Going to manufactures website etc.

thanks again
Bobby
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nobusCommented:
here what MS says :  http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc732199.aspx
how many display adaptors you have? if an on)board, and a separate card, try disabling the onboard in the BIOS
then uninstall / reinstall the display adapters
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bbbb2Author Commented:
All I have have is the onboard video. I talked to the company that sold me these PC's and they are trying to tell me that XP Pro SP1 is to old and that i needed to upgrade to at least one with SP 2. Anybody know how to slipstream XP Pro to SP 2 or even SP 3? it sure would save me alot of time and $ with new PC's with no  operating system.
Gotta go make a few service calls.

Thanks alot everybody. I will try these things tonight when i get back in.

Bobby
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nobusCommented:
no need to slipstream, just do the windows updates
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bbbb2Author Commented:
Nobus I have done the updates and the problems ine device managaer are still there. I want you to remember , if this even matters, that my computer in device manager is (MPS Multiprocessor PC) I pressed F% at install when it said press F6 and I got to a blue to choose what type of computer i wante and I choose ACPI(?) but when it got to the end of install the first set of drivers i got the zblue screen of death with the pci.sys error.

Bobby
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nobusCommented:
ok - try it then; seems i misunderstood
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bbbb2Author Commented:
OK, i did the slipstream of XP Pro with SP3. Everything did great. I installed the drivers and the device manager is a cleanand MY Computer in Device Manager is ACPI now. I messed up somewhere fulling with the unattended install or somewhere. First, I made a user called "Owner". I can get on and everything works great except when i boot upI get an error message stating this..."The system could not lof you on. Make sure your user name and Domain are correct,then you type the passsword again. Letters in passwords must be typed using correct case.".... Then I can click ok and then I click on "Owner"(the user name) and I am in. My question is how can I make the error message go away?

Thanks
Bobby
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nobusCommented:
i suggest to make a new user, and delete the old one
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bbbb2Author Commented:
I now have a question to ask about nlite but everything in device manager working with no rerors.
Thanks everybody
bbbb2
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