I have a working Windows 7 system based on a MSI MS-7253 K9VGM-V motherboard.
I had tried to install Vista drivers from MSI for the on-board chipset video adapter, but they won't install in Window 7. Then I found and tried to install a version of the drivers from another site (don't remember which) that were for the same chipset but a different motherboard, that had worked for many people.
They wouldn't even install, with a pop-up error just saying "No script!". Then it would say trying a TEST mode and reboot. If I say yes to the reboot, it still gets the same result and wants to reboot again. If I cancel the reboot, after another try, it tells me no hardware found, and then ends.
This happens every time I log onto the system at startup. It will even happen if I log off and back on. I cannot find how to kill this startup/install process. I have found in task manager at least 2 processes related to the installation scripts, but I cannot find them in the registry or other config files where I can remove them. I cannot kill them in task manager either.
My system works fine after the attempted setup ends, but this is really annoying that it keeps trying to install at every log-on. Any answers on how to stop this? Has anyone ever had this and solved it? I've searched online and have yet to find the same problem listed.
Thanks in advance.