Hi All, Running the Windows 7 Ultimate now and only one issue to do with my graphics card. I've seen similar posts here but no resolution yet. Here's my setup: Windows 7 Ultimate (32 bit) running on a Shuttle ST20G5. I've flashed to the latest BIOS (but that was released in 2006!) GeForce 7600GT I'm able to run Windows using the onboard graphics card but I'm not getting a very good Windows Experience Index. The graphics card gives me a 2.0 so you can appreciate I'm keen to get my GeForce running. Windows seems to recognise the GeForce card and I can install drivers for it but it reports this error message in device manager: I know this is to do with IRQ, memory addresses etc but I can't find how to diagnose/resolve the issue. I thought my days of manually changing IRQ settings was behind me... I've tried changing some BIOS settings including disabling some of the other onboard options (like the audio) but I still can't get the graphics card working. Well, bedtime! Looking forward to your replies, Gog Llundain Edited: I've done something a bit useless! I've been messing around with BIOS settings again in the hope that the resources will be automagically reassigned but now neither the PCI-Ex graphics card nor the onboard one works. I get 4 bit colour with both I've also found some interesting threads like this one but this hasn't solved my problem either (though it has for some people).