I have a HP Pavillion laptop model dv9292eu. The graphics card is a Nvidia Geforce Go 7600 and I am having issues with it. It appears the drivers have been corrupted. I cannot boot into normal mode. I keep getting vertical green lines in the background.
When i get to the login screen the famous blue screen appears which states the following:
Attempt to reset the device driver and recovery failed. Collecting crash dump.....100%
Then the computer restarts.
I then logged into Safe mode and the following message appeared:
Problem = Bluescreen
O.S Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.768.3
locale ID = 2057
I did some searching and i found 116 code is related to the graphics chip. I was advised to go to HP site and download the graphics drivers. I downloaded the first version of the graphics card driver for my laptop and executed the file in safe mode.
I restarted the laptop and the greenlines were gone and i actually got to the login screen!woo! but then when i logged in, the screen went blank for 10 mins and nothing appeared. I hit the power button to restart and the problem came back. Sorry for profanity but ***?
I then went back and downloaded the latest graphics card drivers and same problem happens.
I then found out there is a new BIOS update, i thought that may fix other problems that may be causing it. I downloaded the exe file and try executing it using admin account in safe mode. It said the following:
"Make sure you have administrator privileges. This service cannot be started in Safe Mode. Error code 1084".
The BIOS manufacturer is Phoenix.
How can i flash the BIOS because i cant login into normal mode(not safe mode)?
How can I solve my graphics card issue? As you know the graphics card is embedded on the motherboard.
Heres where i got the drivers from:
Your help will much appreciate if anyone shed any light on this.
Than you in advance.