OK, I finally took the nerve to use the DisplayLink Install Clearner, and it completely wiped our my video driver, and I am now typing from a 640X480 display with my computer telling me it can’t find my NVIDIA GEForce 7500 LE card which by happens chance in on the mother board!!
I have the better part of a day trying to undo the damage caused by the install cleaner, but I have had no luck whatsoever. The DisplayLink forum doesn’t have an issue like this one. I have turned off my computer, but due to the Motherboard location of the display functions, there is no way to reset the card (so to speak).
I am left with either two options:
- Junk the computer and buy a new Windows 7 with a card that doesn’t need a plugable device,
- Or see if you have a solution up your sleeve.
I would much prefer solution #2; however, I understand that this is the risk I take when using non-standard solutions to problems. don’t get me wrong, I think your product is sound, just the implementation of a third party chip and software is the problem.
Windows XP SP3
HP Pavilion a1657n
NVIDIA GEForce 7500 LE (graphics)
4 GBytes RAM