*File Needed*



cctx
07-10-2005, 02:14 AM
After installing Windows Updates I'm now getting a window on startup that
says "Files Needed" and "the file sisgrp.sys on Silicon Integrated Systems
Installation Disk (Video) is needed. Under that there is a box to type the
path where the file is, and in grey is: c:\windows\sisinf. and a blinking
cursor.

So far I'm running ok, but how do i find the file?

Thanks

DL
07-10-2005, 02:14 AM
And next time do NOT use winupdate for drivers, unless for MS specific hw

"cctx" <cctx@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:55C53DAB-26B3-4CB6-93B9-18D803F9CCD2@microsoft.com...
> After installing Windows Updates I'm now getting a window on startup that
> says "Files Needed" and "the file sisgrp.sys on Silicon Integrated Systems
> Installation Disk (Video) is needed. Under that there is a box to type
the
> path where the file is, and in grey is: c:\windows\sisinf. and a blinking
> cursor.
>
> So far I'm running ok, but how do i find the file?
>
> Thanks

cctx
07-10-2005, 02:14 AM
Here is what I did that I think solved the problem: (didn't find the drivers
on the CD that came w/PC). I went to "my computer" and opened "system
properties" and clicked the hardware tab and the "device manager", and there
it was. The Display Adaptor had a yellow error icon and from there I was
able to update driver from Windows utility. Anyway, thanks - you pointed me
in the right direction as I didn't know SiS was hardware driver.

"Byte" wrote:

> Check your utility disks that came with your PC when you purchased it.
> Probably the drivers for your video card. (Where your monitor plugs in).
> --
> Some days you're the windshield,
> some days you're the bug.
>
>
> "cctx" wrote:
>
> > After installing Windows Updates I'm now getting a window on startup that
> > says "Files Needed" and "the file sisgrp.sys on Silicon Integrated Systems
> > Installation Disk (Video) is needed. Under that there is a box to type the
> > path where the file is, and in grey is: c:\windows\sisinf. and a blinking
> > cursor.
> >
> > So far I'm running ok, but how do i find the file?
> >
> > Thanks


*File Needed*