|According to previusly looked up info I have on my computer, your Presario 5000 probably has this mboard:|
Mobo: CUW-AM Rev 2.02 (or another Rev - 1.x, 2.x, 3.x) with integrated audio and video. Chipset is Intel 810 and Socket is 370.
It was used in both Compaq and HP models.
HP Pavilion PCs - Motherboard Specifications, CUW-AM (Tortuga)
If that isn't your mboard, find the Compaq stuck on part number label on the mboard - the one for the mboard itself usually has a bar code - it may be on the mboard surface, or on the printer port. xxxxxx-xxx.
"The NVIDIA Vanta? is a low-cost, 128-bit TwiN Texel, highly integrated 3D graphics processor, designed specifically for value-conscious users. Leveraging the NVIDIA TNT architecture, NVIDIA Vanta delivers breakthrough 3D and industry-leading 2D graphics performance, making it ideal for today's basic desktop PC. The NVIDIA Vanta comes in 4-16MB configurations. "
The display adapter chip/chipset on the card in a slot.
The onboard video is probably 810 Intel.
If I have the mboard right, you have onboard video and audio, and you have only PCI slots.
DO NOT install any card except a PCI video card in the PCI slot closest to the center of the mboard - that slot is forced to use the same IRQ as the onboard video, or the dedicated video slot, and that often causes conflict problems when it isn't a video card.
""NVidia Vanta - error code 12"
This device cannot find any free <type> resources to use.
Some older video card chipsets CANNOT co-exist with the onboard video on the mboard, unless the onboard video can be disabled by moving a jumper on the mboard - your mboard probably does not have that - see the manual I pointed to.
In that case, the onboard video is NOT disabled when you install the incompatible video card, both video adapters attempt to use the same resources, and weird video symptoms are the result.
If that's the case, if you remove the card, the onboard video will be fine, if there's nothing wrong with it.
AND - if you install the video card on a mboard with no onboard video, or one you can move a jumper on to disable onboard video (I've only seen that on a few very old early Pentium mboards, and older), it will probably work fine.
I had have ATI Xpert 98 PCI card that did that on a mboard with onboard video!
"PCI device- Error code 28"
The drivers for this device are not installed (Code 28).
Find that device in Device Manager - Properties - Details
Quote the Device Instance ID string
That may be for a card in a mboard slot, or something built into the mboard.
Is there a network adapter card in a slot? If so, that's probably that. Remove the card and try to find it's make and model.
(if not it might also be for onboard Crystal audio)
standard 101/102key error 24"
If this device is a legacy (root detected) device (it is) , the following text will be displayed:
This device is either not present, not working properly, or does not have all the drivers installed."
With the computer off, try making sure it's plugged in all the way. If it's a USB device, try plugging it into a built in USB port on the back of the computer, not a port on the front of the case, or not a port in a multiple port hub that plugs into a built in port.
Boot the computer and look at Problem Devices again.
If it's still in the list, try a different keyboard. It probably has damaged wires inside it's cable if it's corded, or another problem .
Multimedia Audio Controller error 28"
The drivers for this device are not installed (Code 28).
That's probably the built in audio chip/chipset.
See the manuals above for which one it has.
You'll need 2000 "drivers" for it.
Manual - AC97 sound, optional Crystal PCI sound.
If it has the optional Crystal PCI sound, there is an obvious chip probably at least 1" square on the mboard with the Crystal brand on it, probably near the sound ports. If it has that, tell me the numbers/letters on it.
If it doesn't have that, the AC97 sound chip might be Intel made?? It would be small and in that area too?
Did you install the drivers for the mboard yet?
Whenever you load Windows from a regular Windows CD (or DVD) from scratch, after Setup is finished you must load the drivers for the mboard, particularly the main chipset drivers, in order for Windows to have the proper drivers for and information about your mboard hardware, including it's AGP or PCI-E, ACPI, USB 2.0 if it has it, and hard drive controller support. If you have a generic system and have the CD that came with the mboard, all the necessary drivers are on it. If you load drivers from the web, brand name system builders and mboard makers often DO NOT have the main chipset drivers listed in the downloads for your model - in that case you must go to the maker of the main chipset's web site, get the drivers, and load them.
The 810 main chipset drivers are built into 2000.
You NEED to install:
Intel® Application Accelerator
This is simliar to the IDE drivers for other non-Intel chipsets. Your hard and optical drives will run as fast as they can when you install this. Without it they are noticably slower.
It installs an entry in Programs - Intel Application Accelerator.
You find the info about how fast the drives are running there, rather than in Device Manager.
If you use the onboard video, you need these drivers:
Intel(R) 815 and 810 chipset family graphics driver (exe)
Ver:6.7 Date:8/23/2002 Size:4398 (KB)
A icon that looks like a multicolor display on a monitor will appear in your taskbar, and when you RIGHT click on a blank area on the main desktop, you will be able to select additional resolutions and color modes, other than the ones you see when you click on Properties - (Display Properties) - Settings.
They are much better than the original 810 chipset onboard video drivers.