PXI-8360 (MXI-Express) PCI-8361 + Dell OptiPlex 9020 = "device cannot start." (Code 10) »
I have a chassis PXI-1050, conencted to a Dell OptiPlex 9020 via a PXI-8360 and a PCI-8361 (identified as 199392B - 01L). It is Windows 7 64-bit. I can't start Windows very well, but MAX can't see all my PXI hardware. The Device Manager has also 2 inputs "PCI standard PCI to PCI bridge" with exclamation points.
I placed an old FireWire PCI card in the same dwelling and recognized PC. Thus, the slot went very well.
I transferred the PCI-8361 to an old PC that contains older drivers, and he acknowledged all my PXI hardware. For example, PXI gear works fine.
What could be the problem? Here's a screenshot of my software OR installed. I think I installed all the drivers I need. I checked NI Update Service; There is no update of Critcal, and only updates and Service Packs listed are 2013 LabVIEW and TestStand 2013.
I look in that little bit more and think that I now know enough to be dangerous.
The BIOS allows the PCI Express native control mode in Windows. PCIe natively do not like some of the architecture when you use the PCI card version, so it disables the bridges on the PXI card. I can tell that your OS is PCIe natively because it lists one of the ports as "PCI standard PCI Express to PCI/PCI-X bridge" Device Manager like you posted.
I found that you can disable PCIe native mode, if you want to try it (but in general using the card PCIe is a better option). Here are the steps:
-Open the start menu and type "cmd" in the search box; Right click on "cmd.exe" and run as administrator.
-In the command window, type "bcdedit/set pciexpress forcedisable.
I don't think it would break anything (it doesn't have on a system I've tried). If you want to reverse the trend, the command is ' bcdedit/set pciexpress by default'
Tags: NI Hardware
While trying to install PXI-6541 to the PXI-1036 chassi with controller PXI 8360 [express-8360 side laptop], the error message "this device cannot start [Code 10]" laptop is Lenovo T60 with the latest version of the BIOS
Sounds great Manu,
I also followed on that for you, then you should be getting approval sometimes today.
I hope for the best
My dell optiplex 740 will not start. The screen is black, once it displays the Dell logo. It does not say that the computer is in mode 'sleep'.
- Did you the latest changes on the computer?
- When was the last time it was working fine?
- You receive an error message?
See the articles below and check if it helps.
Computer stops responding with a black screen when you start Windows XP
After the Windows Logo appears or after you log in to Windows, a Windows XP computer cannot display the wallpaper, a black screen or a blue screen
I suggest that you start the computer in the last good known Configuration mode and safe mode, post back with the result.
A description of the options to start in Windows XP Mode
How to start your computer by using last good known Windows XP Configuration
How to fix a computer that does not start
If the computer can boot in any mode, then I suggest that you perform the clean boot procedure and check if it helps.
It is possible that some third-party programs installed on the computer is causing the problem.
To help resolve the error and other messages, you can start Windows XP by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs. This type of boot is known as a "clean boot". A clean boot helps eliminate software conflicts.
See section to learn more about how to clean boot.
How to configure Windows XP to start in a "clean boot" State
Reset the computer to start as usual
When you are finished troubleshooting, follow these steps to reset the computer to start as usual:
(a) click Start, type msconfig in the search box and press ENTER.
(b) If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type your password or click on continue.
(c) under the general tab, click the Normal startup option, and then click OK.
(d) when you are prompted to restart the computer, click on restart.
I'm pointing out the CPU of my Dell Optiplex 9020 and I noticed that the temprature rises and and the fan speed remains the same.
I used a software monitoring temp to know what is the problem and you can see the main CPU temperature remains low, while the rest of them is much higher.
Also, the fan speed remains the same...
Is this normal?
i5 / 16GB / 500 GB/W10 with all the latest news from drivers/BIOS using Dell order Update
The fan speed when it hit 74ºC?
The fan speed has increased during the diagnostics, which should have?
You can go on the Intel site to check what are the temporary specifications for your specific CPU, if that will make feel you better. But same 74ºC seems not very hot.
VGA adapter work not or update,
standard graphics driver vga adapter... cannot start (code 10) it says in the properties... it does not update or whatever it is, I have a computer dell laptop... Help, please
Description of errors related to the 10 Code that generates the Device Manager in Windows on computers
Don't forget and log on as an ADMINISTRATOR
Follow these steps to remove corruption and missing/damaged file system repair or replacement.
Start - type in the search box - find command top - RIGHT CLICK – RUN AS ADMIN
How to analyze the log file entries that the Microsoft Windows Resource Checker (SFC.exe) program
generates in Windows Vista cbs.log
Then, run checkdisk - schedule it to run at next boot, then apply OK your way out, then restart.
How to run the check disk at startup in Vista
This is my generic how updates of appropriate driver:
This utility, it is easy see which versions are loaded:
-Free - DriverView utility displays the list of all device drivers currently loaded on your system. For
each driver in the list, additional useful information is displayed: load address of the driver, description,.
version, product name, company that created the driver and more.
For drivers, visit manufacturer of emergency system and of the manufacturer of the device that are the most common.
Control Panel - Device Manager - Display Adapter - note the brand and complete model of your
video card - double - tab of the driver - write version information. Now click on UPdate Driver (this
cannot do anything as MS is far behind the certification of drivers) - then do a right click - Uninstall - REBOOT
This will refresh the driver stack.
Repeat this for network - card (NIC), Wifi network, sound, mouse, and keyboard if 3rd party with their
own the software and drivers and all other main drivers that you have.
Now go to the site of the manufacturer of system (Dell, HP, Toshiba as examples) (restoration) and then of the manufacturer of the device
(Realtek, Intel, Nvidia, ATI, for example) and get their latest versions. (Look for the BIOS, Chipset and software)
updates on the site of the manufacturer of the system here.)
Download - SAVE - go to where you put them - right click - RUN AD ADMIN - REBOOT after each installation.
Always check in the Device Manager - tab drivers version you install actually shows up. This
because some restore drivers before the most recent is installed (particularly that audio drivers) so install a
pilot - reboot - check that it is installed and repeat if necessary.
Repeat to the manufacturers - BTW on device at the DO NOT RUN THEIR SCANNER - manually check by model.
Look at the sites of the manufacturer for drivers - and the manufacturer of the device manually.
How to install a device driver in Vista Device Manager
If you update the drivers manually, then it's a good idea to disable the facilities of driver in the Windows updates,
This leaves ONE of Windows updates, but it will not install the drivers who are generally older and cause
questions. If updates offers a new driver and then hide it (right click on it) and then go look for new ones
manually if you wish.
How to disable automatic driver Installation in Windows Vista - drivers
http://TechNet.Microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc730606 (WS.10) .aspx
Check with Dell Support, their documentation online, and their forums.
Dell support drivers - product manual & warranty Info (left side) - and much more
Hope these helps.
Rob Brown - MS MVP - Windows Desktop Experience: Bike - Mark Twain said it right.
I have no internet connection at all. I desperately need help. I read a lot of questions on the subject up a network and running and general network issues, but none have been equalled my question. I seem to have a "Code 10" error saying that my ethernet controller "device cannot start." I'll force the uninstall and let windows reinstall them, and they do not. I have uninstall/install the force and they fail. Disable/re-inabling does not work. The RJ45 port only flashes every now and then 6 times in a row in an orange color. I don't know what to do. I am running windows 7 hp 64 bit. I have not had this problem before, and the internet worked on this machine. It seems that I booted up once and I had this problem since. I'm wired to the rear of the at & t linksys router so I don't know why it does not recognize the connection. When I leave the system to diagnose the problem, it says "RTL 8168C (P) / 8111C (P) Family PCI - E Gigabit Ethernet NIC (NDIS 6.20) knows driver or hardware related issues.»
Thanks in advance for the help.
Hi, I had simiar issues mentioned in my post above, everythying was working fine one day, then the day I started the PC and had no ethernet... I tried to do a CLR CMOS to try to reset the BIOS where he had gotten corrupted, it has not helped.
However I havee been downloaded the file most recent BIOS my mobo manufacturer and cela flashed to the computer and it restored my connection to the local network.
I hope this can be useful for you.
I tried mounting of low profile firewire expansion card to my OptiPlex 9020 sff computer.
When I put the card in it would not fully, glancing thin the metal shield or
What that either has come down and I had to remove before the card would be
sit properly. My question is do I have this expansion slot shield plate located on is very
thin and fragile still.
It may be leaking RF problems but is otherwise functioning not prevent more than leaving the lid completely turned off.
I just bought this promising device of the internet store and try to get to know it better.
When you run the Dell 'PC checkup' application with a "standard scan" I however received a cryptic message. He said that the test of the system is not succsessful due to "no PCI Express unit. I repeated the test after resoring the PC with files preserved and had the same result.
Is it a material default and what can I do about it?
I just got an update of software on the PC checkup app and now the problem seems to be resolved.
I installed Windows 8.1 (clean install of Microsoft ISO) on this new 9020 Optiplex and installed all updates from microsoft and then installed all Dell updates (using the web page support and my dell). Part of that is to install the audio driver Realtek Dell HD package.
After installation, the headphone/speaker output before jack product really terrible audio or no audio when connecting headphones (which worked beautifully with my previous Vostro 200 machine). The Dell software opens a popup to ask really strange questions about what I plugged (skullcandy headphones, earphones, speakers dell or right speakers). No matter what I choose the audio is either distorted and often missing voices or other sounds important or it is completely absent. Windows sound system is very good. So I know that the plug and the headset works very well, it's something to do with the dell software that causes the output this horribly distorted or filtered audio.
I don't want any "enhanced" or some audio special software tries to do, no movie mode, music mode or whatever it is. Just the normal sound as it is recorded.
It's so bad, that I'll have to consider buying a sound card, or dig my old USB audio device to have a decent audio output.
Rear audio output also has software problems unless I have install audio drivers from Dell. The rear output is failing to be a kind of treble only filtered out (no bass or midrange sounds) if I do not use the Dell software.
This really should not be difficult. A simple output DAC audio as it was recorded. That's all.
OK... after the call of support and to have a run around for more than 2 hours on the listed company as the owner of the computer, I diverted without help.
I spent another 3 hours fiddling with everything I could think of until I went back to the basics and did what I should have done from the beginning: tried different headphone directly connected to the machine before taking.
I actually tried 2 different pairs of headphones right when I first found the problem. Both have the same problem so I assumed that it had to be the machine because it is what has changed. And as the behavior seemed different in different applications, I thought it must be a software problem.
The fix was actually related to the material. I use an extension the monster headphone cable (yes I know, it's really cheap on Amazon) so that I can wear my helmet while I move my office and job fair in my office. Unfortunately, it seems that the male connector at one end of the cable is a bit small compared to most of the catch of helmet.
And they say that the size is not serious...
In any case, I use a combination of 2 extensions (a monster and one that came with my headphones), so I just swapped their so one that came with my headset is connected to the computer and everything works fine. I think that the short connector must have been filled should not have things or something like that.
Our laboratory software requires windows XP 32-bit, so I need to find drivers for this OS for this model. I had no luck so far, can someone point me in the right direction
Thanks, sorry for the necro, I however find working drivers for the NIC Intel-I217-LM here:
He finds by browsing this thread
This solves the problem I had for my new Optiplex 7020 that uses the same driver apparently.
Well, I went on my PC, and then when I tried to start it it flickered a clear amber with 1 and 3 illuminated lights and nothing show. Also, when I opened it up to look, there was a solid orange light the plugin power on the motherboard. I've read this and I heard it was a power supply problem and many people fixed it by replacing the power supply. On the other hand, some people replaced the power supply and it did nothing, and they discovered it was a motherboard problem. I want to know if I should just go out and get a PSU or wait the support to understand since my PC is still under warranty.
Have you tried re-allocation of places memories?
If there are two memories, try with 1 memory at a time. Let us know any difference.
If there is any gpu on your system, remove as well and tries to start.
Apparently, I get this error at random times in the day. My ethernet port just no longer works and I tried disabling and reactivation that used to (a while back) work.
Then recently I was disabling and re-enabling it, it gets stuck in the 'disabled' and this error message appears when I open "Properties". I tried to reinstall the drivers for the device with the CD of my laptop came with, but that has not worked so I looked on the site Web of Jmicron and found a newer driver who, after installing again, did not work. I have a fixed work wireless, but not with no LAN no is a pain in the thigh.WIndows 7 64 bit Home Premium editionSager NP 5165 NotebookJMicron PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet adapt
Try to update the laptop bios and chipset software provided by your computer laptop oem (dell, hp, whoever). Fixed an instance I had 10 with a device error.
I have a Toshiba computer installed with Windows Vista Home Basic and it worked well until 2 months ago. It was cracked sound coming out of my speakers and so I went before the restart. Yet, when I restarted, I saw a red cross next to the sound icon and the bottom of the screen (bar). I tried asking for help and made the instructions given by the assistance & > troubleshooting > tips for solving common audio problems > I hear sound from my computer. It did not work. I just shut down my computer to a disappointment, and when I turned it on again a few days later, it worked! And the next day it failed. Until he was operating and once on Board again. Until the day, don't worry too much. I restarted my computer will stay virtually from 20 to 30 times, until I really got to work. It worked a few days also. I failed. Sometimes, the Red Cross does not appear, and he showed that it was scientifically, but it was not. I couldn't increase the volume, or pull it down. He worked these last days until today, it hasn't made me very annoyed.
Thank you for visiting the website of Microsoft Windows Vista Community.
Try the rest of the stage in this article:
System restore points are created automatically when the following occur:
- When you install a new application or driver.
- When you uninstall or install some programs.
- When you install new updates
- Automatically on a daily interval
- Manually by creating a.
- If you choose to use system restore to restore to a previous restore point, System Restore creates a new restore point before you restore a previous state in case something goes wrong. If you are restoring to a previous state in Mode without failure, a restore point will create for the current state.
So that the restoration of the system to work, you must have 300 MB of free space for each hard disk that monitors the system restore. System Restore will also use up to 15% of disk space on each disk that it monitors. That hard disk space runs out, older restore points will be deleted as newer ones. It is also important to note that you must be logged in as an administrator in order to use the system restore. Now that you understand the basics of the system restore, you must continue to the next section to learn how to use it.
Restore Windows Vista to a previous state
In the case of a problem on your computer that cannot be solved by normal means, you can restore your computer to a previous working state. To do this, you need to start restoring the system so that you can choose the restore point to restore. If you currently have Windows Vista boot problems, you can use the system restore in Windows recovery environment. Instructions on how to do it in this tutorial can be found: System Restore using the Windows Vista recovery environment.
If you can connect to Windows Vista, you must follow these steps.
- Close and save any documents that you have opened.
- Click the Start button to open your Start Menu. The Start button looks like this:
- When the Start Menu open click on the menu option all programs.
- Click once on the Start Menu Accessories group.
- Click once on the System Tools Start Menu group.
- Click once on the icon of the system restore. After you click the icon, if a user account control window opens, click on the button continue.
You will now be on the screen as shown below in Figure 1 system restore. From this screen, you can specify the restore point that you want to restore.
1 screen of system restore
By default, Vista will be already selected the restore recommended option. This restore point is one followed a new pilot program, or update has been installed. If you do not want to use this restore point, you can click on the button next to start the restore process. On the other hand, if there is a more recent restore point that you want to restore you should select choose a different restore point and press the next button. This will bring you to a screen, as shown in Figure 2, which contains a list of all available restore points that you can restore.
2. the list of available restore points
You must select the restore point that you want to restore, and then press the button next to start the restore process. Vista will display a window showing your selected restore point and asking you to confirm that it is that you want to restore.
3. confirm the selected restore point
If you want to select a different restore point, press the Back button. Otherwise, you can press the Cancel button to exit the system restore or the button finish to begin the restore process. If you have selected finish, Vista will display a second prompt asking you to confirm that you want to continue restoring.
4. second Confirmation
If you are sure you want to restore, then press the Yes button. Vista will now log you off the computer and start the system restore process, as shown in Figure 5 below.
5. restoration of a restore point
When the restore is complete, your computer will be restarted and when Vista starts it backup will be restored to its previous state. When you open a Vista session for the first time after the restore, you will see a message indicating that the restore was successful.
6. system restore was successful
If there are problems with your computer because the last restoration, you can return to your previous settings to ebb in the system restore utility and select Undo system restore by pressing the next button.
7 undo the last system restore
Your computer should now work correctly again.
With the help of the restoration of the system in the Windows recovery environment
Manual creation of Restore Points
As mentioned previously, it is also possible to create manual restore depending on points. Some popular designs to create manual restore points are when you have your computer configured perfectly and I would save the State in case of problems in the future. To create a manual restore point, you must follow these steps:
- Click the Start button to open your Start Menu. The Start button looks like this:
- Click on the control panel menu option.
- Click the option menu system and Maintenance.
- Click on the system menu option.
- Click on the System Protection in the list on the left.
You will now be at the System Protection tab in the system control panel. This tab allows you to enable and disable the system restore as well as making the new manual restore points.
8. the System Protection tab
To create a manual restore point, you must click on the button create. When you press this button a prompt asking you to give a title to this manual restore point.
9. Enter the manual restore point title
Type a title for the manual restore point and press the button create. Vista will now create a restore point manually and once finished, post a notice that it was created successfully.
10. Manual restore point has been created
Now that you have finished doing the manual restore point, you can close the system window.
This should solve your problem.
Let us know if these steps solve your problem. I hope the information is useful.
Microsoft Answers Support Engineer
Visit our Microsoft answers feedback Forum and let us know what you think.
Here's a screenie of my device manager:
I have recently switched to my laptop OS 8 to 7...
... But now I can't use my left USB ports... (2 of them), leaving me with only the one on the right side of the laptop. I recognize that my laptop came with 8 pre-installed Win but, is there a solution or a way to get around this? I tried several drivers without a bit of luck.
I looked at all the drivers available on this site, but seems the one missing are not available, or it may be with another description might be...
Any suggestion or idea would be really appreciated.
Try the USB 3 controller driver directly from Intel.
Download, unzip and run the setup.exe file.
I put a PCI BCM94306PM broadcom wireless card in my laptop. The laptop is equipped with led however one is damaged and can not be connected, these cards may work with only one side and I even read somewhere that they can work on a short range with no led. My problem is the Device Manager indicates that the device cannot start code 10. I have a fresh install of XP Pro SP1 (not from the original restore disk). With this in mind, I think there must be some Toshiba utility or the missing driver to allow the map to work. Any help appreciated.
Code 10 means that it is not present, not working not properly, or does not have all the drivers installed.
In this case you need to download the latest driver on Toshiba website and install it.
Maybe you are looking for
HI - all my video clips (avi) show with a generic logo on the view thumbnails - when they used to show a frame of the video image. Do you know how can I restore this view? original title: thumbnails
I'm working on a document at home where I have a PC. We have the same software to work, but Apple computers. When I try to open the document, I receive a message 'lack of fonts'. Can I plug my USB in the Mac at work and drag the fonts on the disc, th
Compaq 500 MT b with sitcker 'Win 7 Pro OA' with the product key. When I bought the system I had a choice of XP pro or Win7 and I was encouraged to have xp installed. I made a mistake and I want to convert to Win 7. How can I do this? Win 7 is st
Since I've owned this printer, I was never able to print photos from the main or the photo tray! Use Windows 7. No matter what try I said, I get an error message "Re-insert or lower the Photo tray. When I try to set again, nothing seems to be wron
This morning updates Windows has finished installing automatically IE10 on my computer without my knowledge.Now everytime I open Internet Explorer, it gets stuck in a system of messages: First message Internet Explorer has stopped working... fo a ver