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Asus Eee PC 1001P Intel 3150 Graphics BSOD

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I've got an EE PC 1001P in for repair but no matter what I do I can't get the graphics drivers to work. I've tried downloading from the Asus website and also from Intel. I just get a BSOD every time I install the driver with a top code of 0x00000007F

Running windows 7 starter.

I've ran all Windows Updates
Updated the BIOS (1202)
Installed all ASUS provided drivers for all other hardware.
091014-39359-01.dmp
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by:Andrew Cliff
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Can you confirm you are downloading the driver from... http://www.asus.com/uk/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/Eee_PC_1001P_Seashell/HelpDesk_Download/

You can also download the driver direct from Intel...
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=19494&lang=eng&ProdId=3235

Are the Chipset drivers also up to date?
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by:DJNorris
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Hi Andrew,

Yes I can confirm that I've downloaded the drivers from both the locations above and that the chipset drivers are up to date.

Just to confirm I've downloaded and installed all of the available updates from the Windows 7 section of the ASUS site.

Many Thanks

Darren
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by:Andrew Cliff
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It may be worth going back and testing previous versions of the driver...
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&FamilyId=39&ProductID=3235&ProdId=3235
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by:DJNorris
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Tried all previous Windows 7 drivers same BSOD even tried XP ones and either get System Doesn't Meet Requirements or BSOD.
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nobus earned 500 total points
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could be the video conteroller is bad
you can install the free ubuntu on it - if that works - it is a software problem; if not, it is bad hardware
www.ubuntu.com
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by:DJNorris
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Hi,

I've dual installed Ubuntu and everything works great. I'm tempted to do a complete re-install of Windows 7 Starter but the customer doesn't have the install, and the recover partition on the machine has been removed.

Thanks for your help so far guys, keep you comments coming.

Darren
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by:nobus
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isn't there a factory restore partition on th disk?  found it : use F9 key during boot
http://lionpress.wordpress.com/2008/04/26/eeepc-how-to-restore-to-factory-settings/

in case you need it, a youtube also :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDfqbzEdjc8
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by:Andrew Cliff
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SIS Sandra is a very good tool for hardware testing and diagnostics... http://www.sisoftware.co.uk/?d=news&f=2014_release&l=en&a=

Worth installing and running through.
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