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GriM_SLaYer

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Re: My vedio card is scruwed up for some reson
« Reply #30 on: September 30, 2006, 01:35:20 AM »
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    Re: My vedio card is scruwed up for some reson
    « Reply #31 on: September 30, 2006, 04:57:36 AM »
    We're getting ahead of ourselves here, let's keep it simple, did you try Raptor's suggestion?

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    Try using a different videocard.

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    Re: My vedio card is scruwed up for some reson
    « Reply #32 on: September 30, 2006, 09:01:46 AM »
    And are you also aware that some vid cards do not like each other and won't run side by side ? ?

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    Re: My vedio card is scruwed up for some reson
    « Reply #33 on: September 30, 2006, 01:30:42 PM »
    I know this sounds like a weird question but I'll ask it again, does it do it in both single player and multiplayer? did you add a new router or anything else outside the computer? The fact that it does it only in 3d applications sounds like it may be a problem with the ram on the video card and if it only does it in multiplayer it could be a router problem, however it should not crash the computer but it could. Again run a 3d benchmark for an hour and see what happens. All the system diagnostics reports in the world wont help if its a hardware problem, try to isolate when and how it happens. Trying another vid card would be an awsome way to see if it was hardware related. If you dont have one try rolling back the drivers if you have not already.

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    Re: My vedio card is scruwed up for some reson
    « Reply #34 on: September 30, 2006, 05:36:43 PM »
    ant got anthor video card to use lol but yeah i think it is a hardware i'm trying defraging and that ram test then i'm ganna try benchmark but if all thos fail i'll have to buy a new video card

    what is the highest agp card out at the moment?

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      Re: My vedio card is scruwed up for some reson
      « Reply #35 on: September 30, 2006, 06:16:07 PM »
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      AGP slot: 1 AGP slot, supports 1.5V, 8X/4X AGP card ([highlight]see CAUTION 2[/highlight])
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      1. While CPU overheat is detected, the system will automatically shutdown.
      Please check if the CPU fan on the motherboard functions properly before
      you resume the system. To improve heat dissipation, remember to spray
      thermal grease between the CPU and the heatsink when you install the PC
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      4. Although this motherboard offers stepless control, it is not recommended
      to perform over clocking. Frequencies other than the recommended CPU
      bus frequencies may cause the instability of the system or damage the
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      jumper-setting. You must set the FSB jumper according to your AMD CPU
      before you use the “Manual” option as the FSB setting in BIOS setup to
      perform over clocking. Please check page 24 for details.
      Do you have your motherboard book, have you read it?

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      Re: My vedio card is scruwed up for some reson
      « Reply #36 on: September 30, 2006, 07:42:42 PM »
      how do i know what volts mine is  :-/

      all mine says is only suports 4x\8x (1.5v) if agp 2x system mite have trubble booting up normaly

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        Re: My vedio card is scruwed up for some reson
        « Reply #37 on: September 30, 2006, 07:54:44 PM »
        You will need to read the book that came with your newest video card assuming that's the one you want to use.
        Can you give us the exact details of your newest video card and we may be able to find out for you.
        Near the start of this thread you referred to the same card being both 64MB & 128MB.
        Do you have the motherboard book? Do you have the video card book?

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        Re: My vedio card is scruwed up for some reson
        « Reply #38 on: September 30, 2006, 07:56:20 PM »
        i havn't got a new video card yet need cash and i just told you what my main bored manual said

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          Re: My vedio card is scruwed up for some reson
          « Reply #39 on: September 30, 2006, 08:43:39 PM »
          I'm very sorry, I have confused this thread with another one, please disregard my previous post :-[

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          Re: My vedio card is scruwed up for some reson
          « Reply #40 on: September 30, 2006, 09:51:19 PM »
          One more thing you could try to isolate the problem, play a really old 3d game and see if it takes longer to crash than a high def 3d game. If it does take longer repeatedly then its probably a mem dumping problem

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          Re: My vedio card is scruwed up for some reson
          « Reply #41 on: September 30, 2006, 10:38:08 PM »
          This thread is going on WAAAAAY too long.

          Read Fed's note and see it your components are even compatible. IF they are, and only if they are then proceed:

          Strip the machine to basics, motherboard, CPU/fan, 1 stick of memory and one videocard with the PSU. Go into BIOS and set to safe mode.

          Does it work? If so, then and a hard drive and install Windows. If that works, introduce only ONE variable at a time until it fails. Then you will have your guilty party. Change only ONE BIOS setting at a time, reboot and use it a bit to see it it continues to function.

          When you sla,m all the pieces together and it doesn't work, it can be difficult to find the problem.

          Do the drill exacly as above and post back.  ;)

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          Re: My vedio card is scruwed up for some reson
          « Reply #42 on: September 30, 2006, 10:38:44 PM »
          This thread is going on WAAAAAY too long.

          Read Fed's note, read the manual  and see it your components are even compatible. IF they are, and only if they are then proceed:

          Strip the machine to basics, motherboard, CPU/fan, 1 stick of memory and one videocard with the PSU. Go into BIOS and set to safe mode.

          Does it work? If so, then and a hard drive and install Windows. If that works, introduce only ONE variable at a time until it fails. Then you will have your guilty party. Change only ONE BIOS setting at a time, reboot and use it a bit to see it it continues to function.

          When you sla,m all the pieces together and it doesn't work, it can be difficult to find the problem.

          Do the drill exacly as above and post back.  ;)