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Scenario Use Use the Driver page of the device s Properties dialog box to remove an updated driver and reinstall the last driver that was working properly. Contact the vendor to resolve the issue with the new driver.
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Driver Rollback The device does not (Device Manager) function correctly, but most system functions remain in operation.
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Scenario Use Press F8 as the system restarts and select the Last Known Good Configuration. This option restores the registry key HKLM\System \CurrentControlSet to the state of the key at the last successful logon. This key contains most hardware configuration. Therefore, the effect of Last Known Good Configuration is similar to driver rollback, except that all configuration, not just the driver, is rolled back for all devices and services. The Last Known Good Configuration will not be useful if, following a device configuration change, you have logged on at least once because successful logon will mark the registry with the misconfiguration as the Last Known Good. Press F8 as the system restarts and select Safe mode as a boot option. This mode disables all but the most fundamental system and device drivers enough to start the computer and log on. Open Device Manager and disable the offending device. Safe mode is particularly useful for troubleshooting failed updates to display drivers. Safe mode starts the system using standard Video Graphics Adapter (VGA) drivers. The Recovery Console allows you to log on and access limited parts of the file system from a command shell. From the Recovery Console, you can use the Disable command to disable the offending driver. You must know the correct name of the device driver, which can be cryptic. The Listsvc command will list all services and drivers, which might help you to discover the driver name.
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Last Known Good The device driver update Configuration requires a restart, and the computer will not resume to the point of allowing you to log on.
Safe mode
An updated driver requires a restart, you are able to log on, and then the symptoms of the failure appear; or, after a driver update, the system crashes and does not start correctly, even with the Last Known Good Configuration.
Recovery Console The system crashes or will not start correctly and the Last Known Good Configuration and Safe mode do not enable startup and logon.
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Managing Hardware Devices and Drivers
Device Manager Status Codes
When a device fails, an error message is usually indicated in Device Manager with a yellow exclamation point on the device icon. If you double-click the device (or rightclick the device and then click Properties), a dialog box is displayed and any error messages that Device Manager detects are listed. This Device Status has some friendly text with it, but troubleshooting might require that you understand more than the text message delivers. Often there is a code listed with the text that gives a better idea of how to troubleshoot the problem. Several common error codes and suggested troubleshooting strategies are listed in Table 10-4. Most other error codes relate to a driver problem, in which case you should update the driver or remove and reinstall the device.
Table 10-4
Device Failure Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Strategy
Error Code Friendly Text 1
This device is not configured correctly. Use Update Driver to update the driver. To update the drivers for this device, click Update Driver. If that doesn t work, see your hardware documentation for more information. The driver for this device might be corrupted, or your system might be running low on memory or other resources. The driver might be corrupted. If you attempt to load a file that is corrupted, the system might think that it needs more memory. Use Task Manager to confirm that your system is not low on memory. Use Update Driver to update the driver. Or remove the device and then scan for hardware changes to redetect and reinstall the device. A system resource required by the device conflicts with another device, and Windows Server 2003 cannot automatically resolve the conflict. Click the Troubleshoot button on the General tab to launch the Hardware Troubleshooter. Or click the Resources tab and examine the Conflicting Device list. If necessary, clear the Use Automatic Settings option and change settings for resources. In Device Manager, uninstall the device. Then, in Control Panel, use Scan For Hardware Changes or Add Hardware to reinstall the device.
Another device is using the resources this device needs (Code 6). To fix this, shut down your computer, turn it off, and then change the resources for this device. When you have finished, start Device Manager and change the resource settings for this device.
The drivers for this device need to be reinstalled (Code 7). To reinstall the drivers for this device, click Reinstall Driver.
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