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Avoid ATI PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver update for Vista

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Old 16-11-2007
Rich
 
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Avoid ATI PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver update for Vista

ATI PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver
Installed, reboot and blue screen of death, reboots and blue screens.
Had to use the Vista DVD repair option to use system restore.

REMOVE THIS UPDATE FROM WINDOWS UPDATE!!!

2007-11-15 11:44:36:258 1104 dc0 AU ## START ## AU: Search for updates
2007-11-15 11:44:36:258 1104 dc0 AU #########
2007-11-15 11:44:36:261 1104 dc0 AU <<## SUBMITTED ## AU: Search for updates
[CallId = {269C02BF-C26D-4A8B-8AAD-DD788B554F5A}]
2007-11-15 11:44:36:261 1104 d98 Agent *************
2007-11-15 11:44:36:261 1104 d98 Agent ** START ** Agent: Finding updates
[CallerId = AutomaticUpdates]
2007-11-15 11:44:36:261 1104 d98 Agent *********
2007-11-15 11:44:36:261 1104 d98 Agent * Online = No; Ignore download
priority = No
2007-11-15 11:44:36:261 1104 d98 Agent * Criteria = "IsInstalled=0 and
DeploymentAction='Installation' or IsPresent=1 and
DeploymentAction='Uninstallation' or IsInstalled=1 and
DeploymentAction='Installation' and RebootRequired=1 or IsInstalled=0 and
DeploymentAction='Uninstallation' and RebootRequired=1"
2007-11-15 11:44:36:261 1104 d98 Agent * ServiceID =
{9482F4B4-E343-43B6-B170-9A65BC822C77}
2007-11-15 11:44:37:504 1104 c44 AU WARNING: Returning due to error from
GetDownloadProgressUx, error = 0x8024000C
2007-11-15 11:44:37:504 1104 c44 AU WARNING: GetInteractiveInstallProgress
failed, error = 0x8024000C
2007-11-15 11:45:21:320 1104 dc0 AU AU received handle event
2007-11-15 11:45:28:461 1104 dc0 Shutdwn user declined update at shutdown
2007-11-15 11:45:28:461 1104 dc0 AU AU initiates service shutdown
2007-11-15 11:45:28:462 1104 dc0 AU ########### AU: Uninitializing
Automatic Updates ###########
2007-11-15 11:45:33:935 1104 d98 Agent * WARNING: Exit code = 0x8024000B
2007-11-15 11:45:33:935 1104 d98 Agent *********
2007-11-15 11:45:33:935 1104 d98 Agent ** END ** Agent: Finding updates
[CallerId = AutomaticUpdates]
2007-11-15 11:45:33:935 1104 d98 Agent *************
2007-11-15 11:45:33:935 1104 d98 Agent WARNING: WU client failed Searching
for update with error 0x8024000b
2007-11-15 11:45:33:971 1104 dc0 Report REPORT EVENT:
{3D7C8754-4A61-47CB-8840-8AA93B835039} 2007-11-15
11:44:35:589-0800 1 184 101 {36BCAEF8-144A-40CC-9311-F78F00A614C0} 100 0 AutomaticUpdates Success Content
Install Installation successful and restart required for the following
update: ATI Technogies Inc - Other Hardware - ATI PCI Express (3GIO) Filter
Driver
2007-11-15 11:45:33:971 1104 dc0 Report REPORT EVENT:
{00C2926C-037F-4F60-AA72-A7DCD9CDB8E5} 2007-11-15
11:44:35:609-0800 1 193 102 {00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000} 0 0 AutomaticUpdates Success Content
Install Restart Required: To complete the installation of the following
updates, the computer must be restarted. Until this computer has been
restarted, Windows cannot search for or download new updates: - ATI
Technogies Inc - Other Hardware - ATI PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver
2007-11-15 11:45:34:488 1104 dc0 Service *********
2007-11-15 11:45:34:488 1104 dc0 Service ** END ** Service: Service exit
[Exit code = 0x240001]
2007-11-15 11:45:34:488 1104 dc0 Service *************

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Old 16-11-2007
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Yet Another Laptop Down

I just (stupidly) installed this update on my HP DV6000 and it has screwed not only my display, but my USB as well.

If anybody figures out how to back this one out I'd love to hear about it!
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Old 16-11-2007
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Solution

Had the same problem. Fortunately, the solution is fairly simple: Go to device manager, open 'System Devices', right-click on the offending driver and select 'Uninstall'. Marvel as dozens of drivers will stop working... but Windows re-installs them without much of a problem, and - in my case - after 2 restarts, the situation was back to normal.
Hope this helps!
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Not all installation fail! I got VIA chip-set and this driver is fitting.

My old clunker (custom build Prescott 3.4, 8GB RAM, *) loves this driver. I install driver only if it is applicable.

andrejmart
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Old 16-11-2007
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This driver can be downloaded from:
http://www.vista-driver.org/download...r_driver_.html

For you gays that installed this diver in error, roll it back.

Andrejmart
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Old 16-11-2007
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THEY GOT ME

THOSE BASTARDS GOT ME. WHY did i download that? I knew I didnt need it but I wasnt sure, I gave ms too much trust. Took me hours to figure this out. It disabled my mouse and keyboard. Even when you boot in safemode it still loads this ATIpcie driver. Only way I could find to fix it was to system restore from the windows disk !

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Old 16-11-2007
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Re: THEY GOT ME

Hi there,

Optional drivers, read the treath and do NOT take any non MS drivers from
windows Update.

System restore can be usefull if you did not follow the advice.
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Old 17-11-2007
Shenan Stanley
 
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Re: THEY GOT ME

It has been explained before - many times - on these newsgroups by many
different people that relying on the Windows Updates for hardware drivers
should *not* be done. The hardware drivers that appear there have to be
submitted to Microsoft by the hardware vendors anyway. They have to pay for
the priviledge to have them placed there. There is also a process through
which the drivers to be placed there have to go through to get the
'logo'/'certified'. That all takes time. By the time it is done - usually
several releases from the manufacturer have passed by - sometimes solving
issues with that original driver, sometimes just new features, sometimes
nothing major.

Due to the fact that the driver provided by Microsoft's updates for products
that are non-Microsoft can be older than 'the latest' -> it's usually better
*not* to take the chance. Just because it passed through whatever 'process'
to get the logo/certification does not mean there are not problems with it -
problems that the manufacturer may have found and repaired in later versions
of the driver that they have chosen not to pay Microsoft to test/certify/put
up for them.

The Microsoft update process is (surprisingly - like everything else) not
perfect. Things can and will go wrong - particularly when you throw in the
pure number of variables you speak of when talking about computers and
changing things across millions of them. You can help limit exposure to
problems a bit by changing the downloads to something more manual where
possible or getting the updates manually completely and reading about them
first. The suggestions in these newsgroups about hardware drivers have
almost always been the same:

- Don't update hardware drivers unless it fixes something (or you think it
might fix something) you are actually having trouble with (or if you just
have to have the new feature it might have in it.)
- When updating hardware drivers - get them from the manufacturer of said
hardware. If Microsoft had nothing to do with the creation or support of
the hardware originally - why trust them for it now?

Also - what did you mean by, " I knew I didn't need it but I wasn't sure "?
It's one or the other. You cannot "know you don't need" something and then
"not be sure"... ;-)

In that case (this is not just computer advice) from now own - I suggest you
research and "be sure" before doing something if your gut is telling you
that you don't "need it". ;-) The error here is not __just__ on "their
part" for offering the update - but for those who accepted/installed the
optional update(s) when they "knew [they] didn't need it". ;-)

--
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Old 17-11-2007
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ATI PCI Express (3GIO)

Thanks Superraccoon,
Your instructions worked fine on my computer. After folowing your steps I had to reboot my computer 3 times, then presto, everything was normal again. Again, thanks for posting the computer fix.
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Old 17-11-2007
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dollarweed View Post
Thanks Superraccoon,
Your instructions worked fine on my computer. After folowing your steps I had to reboot my computer 3 times, then presto, everything was normal again. Again, thanks for posting the computer fix.
Can someone e-mail me specific instructions how to fix problem (delete) ATI PCI Express 3GIO FilterDriver update for Vista that effected my video screen etc.. Much appreciated! send to allstarrob@aol.com
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Old 18-11-2007
Shenan Stanley
 
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Re: THEY GOT ME

Does not surprise me in the least. If it did - I wouldn't give the advice I
have and; well, "most users of computers" are not going to learn any younger
than they are right now what to look out for. Sometimes lessons come at a
cost - hopefully others who are just lurking in these groups might learn it
before they pay that cost. ;-)
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Old 18-11-2007
Dave T.
 
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Re: THEY GOT ME

Shenan Stanley wrote:

(snip)

>
> In that case (this is not just computer advice) from now own - I suggest you
> research and "be sure" before doing something if your gut is telling you
> that you don't "need it". ;-) The error here is not __just__ on "their
> part" for offering the update - but for those who accepted/installed the
> optional update(s) when they "knew [they] didn't need it". ;-)
>


Good advice SS. It should also be noted that MILLIONS of users (like me)
downloaded and installed these updates with no problems. I'm not an MS
lover, but it irks me for people to jolly themselves by claiming that
somebody did something malicious to them.
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I've learned that whatever hits the fan will not be evenly distributed.
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Old 18-11-2007
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I was able to ROOL BACK DRIVER to previous driver. It fixed both my mouse
PCI and returned my display to normal. I think it was a PCI driver, it was
the only one I could roll back. See windows help, how to restore a driver to
its previous version. The date 11/15/07 should identify.
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Old 18-11-2007
Danny Howell
 
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RE: Avoid ATI PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver update for Vista

Hello, Today I also accepted the
- ATI Technogies Inc - Other Hardware - ATI PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver
Update along with the Media Center update.

Now, It's not letting me view my screen saver, Nor is it letting me have the
see through effect on Vista, Also, It;s not letting me have the home premium
theme only home basic -.-.

If anyone has any information for me as to how i can fix this problem.
Please email me at DannyHowell@hotmail.co.uk

Thanks,

Danny Howell
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Allstarrob Help

Quote:
Originally Posted by Dollarweed
Thanks Superraccoon,
Your instructions worked fine on my computer. After folowing your steps I had to reboot my computer 3 times, then presto, everything was normal again. Again, thanks for posting the computer fix.

Allstarrob Can someone e-mail me specific instructions how to fix problem (delete) ATI PCI Express 3GIO FilterDriver update for Vista that effected my video screen etc.. Much appreciated! send to allstarrob@aol.com

Vindows Vista

1. Go to Device Manager (To access device manager, Go to START/CONTROL PANEL/SYSTEM & MAINTENANCE/SYSTEM/DEVICE MANAGER

2. Expand "SYSTEM DEVICES"

3. Find "ATI PCI EXPRESS (3GIO) FILTER DRIVER" and delete it.

4. Reboot

5. Check and make sure "ATI PCI EXPRESS (3GIO) FILTER" has been deleted.
If it has not, restart at step 3.

6. If it has been deleted, Reboot 1 or 2 more times and then your computer should be OK.

I give credit to Superraccoon.

This worked on my computer but I do not guarantee it will work on yours.

Best of luck.
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