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TurboV6

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Hi,

i have some questions about IEGD -> Intel Embedded Graphic Driver - Configuration Editor

I have a boxed PC from SIEMENS with a normal laptop mainboard; it's a "Intel 945 GM Express" chipset board.

It's a boxed pc for including into big workstations like lasermachines and punches with profibus etc...

The box has 2 videooutputs -> VGA and DVI.

The standard flat display (LVDS) is not connected to any device or sth.

Now, some times the driver does not recognize that a display is connected to any of the both external video outputs and sets the output to the lvds, caus it's the drivers standard device. Now, intel has the IEGD. With IEGD you can build your own driver and you can configure your standard settings, like disable the lvds port of the internal gpu and set the crt port as default.

I have configured my driver, compiled it and want to install that driver on the boxed pc with microsoft windows xp embedded edition, but the installation failed, because "IEGD is not installed", says the errorlog.

Original message "the installation of any modules has been failed".

---> The installation of iegd on that machine did not help and i'll get the same error.

Has anybody any guide how to create my own driver for that chipset and with disabled LVDS?

The standard users guide didn't help, there's not hint what that error causes.

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Ive had this problem at work.

The problem is that you have a signed driver and the intel driver

When both a "signed" driver and* the intel one is installed, windows will pick the one that's signed, and not by the last driver installed.

To overcome this, go to "update driver", "Advanced", and then "Don't search.

I will choose the driver to install." Here you can pick whatever you what.

That way you can override XP's tendency to choose the "signed" driver.

GL&HF

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Also doublecheck that the IGD is enabled (or explicitly set to your desired configuration) in the BIOS of the SIEMENS PC. Also check if a BIOS update is available for this PC.

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Ive had this problem at work.

The problem is that you have a signed driver and the intel driver

When both a "signed" driver and* the intel one is installed, windows will pick the one that's signed, and not by the last driver installed.

To overcome this, go to "update driver", "Advanced", and then "Don't search.

I will choose the driver to install." Here you can pick whatever you what.

That way you can override XP's tendency to choose the "signed" driver.

GL&HF

Hi Hans,

IEGD generates a *.zip file and an ini-file, correct?

I exctract that files of *zip to any folder.

Currently no driver is placed. Windows XPe asks for a new driver to install / integrate.

I choose:

- Do not search via internet

- Use a driver from my location

But if i want to use a file of my location - cannot choose any file. I do not know why.

Also doublecheck that the IGD is enabled (or explicitly set to your desired configuration) in the BIOS of the SIEMENS PC. Also check if a BIOS update is available for this PC.

Hi, IGD is not enabled, it's on "auto". Just can set "Auto" or "Disabled".

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Hi,

i think i fixed it.

The wizzard like hans said / copied from another forum works, but i think only after the 7th time.

Now on reinstalling due the exe-file, no error comes and the installation works.

I think the system must be completly free of any other displaydrivers or any connected ini-files - iegd is maybo not able to overwrite files :/

But now, i have to change the analog display to the secondary and the digital output to the primary...

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