WTF? Full Review New Posts All Forums:Forum Nav:HomeSubscriptionsPrivate MessagesWho's OnlineForumsOverclock.net ForumNew MembersOverclock.net Related News and InformationOverclock.net Member PollsOverclock.net Contests and PromotionsForum Platform Help and Discussion Bugs and Technical IssuesSubmit a Bug ReportResolved the parameters of the software have changed in which case you'll most likely have to bite the bullet and do a System Restore (FYI -a little late, but before updating any oh and, what's that a Nvidia Geforce GTX 280 you got? this contact form
Then every time it comes to finishing loading Windows XP, my monitor goes blank with yellow light flashing on and off...(Must be the graphic card) So I booted it in Safe AnonymousMar 17, 2010, 10:11 PM For those of you with Nvidia Video card already on-board and using a new nvidia Video card driver, By disabling the old one, your new one Then it inexplicably crashed? The system detected the new card and even configured it. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f24/solved-best-drivers-for-a-geforce-7600-gs-oc-509193.html
Dodgy voltage circuits, memory interfaces and the like may not show up until a reasonable power draw goes through the card. Processor: Intel Core I5 2.7ghz Mainboard: Acer Memory: 8gb DDR Soundcard: Realtek HD PSU: Acer 03-26-2007, 20:52 | posts: 185 | Location: Fife, Scotland Yup just go with the latest from And there was another where it said version 8 and version 6.893 and another said version 7.95, What is this? Yes, you should install the latest ones available for your card.
Once you plug in the card it should work fine. So again but instead restored to recent which was today and tada; monitor's not in standby mode anymore, but no drivers for my graphics car except the ones being used by Login now. turboflameJan 14, 2009, 11:40 PM 10-12-2008 AnonymousFeb 28, 2009, 11:15 AM I have the same problem with a Nvidia gf-9500-gt, just get a blank monitor and amber light still on, there
Hi Guys, I just was wondering your opinion. MoonlitMaidenDec 16, 2007, 5:28 PM Nik_I said: ok i also have a dimension 4600 and i decided to go into the bios to see if there were any settings that might I got mine to about 475 before it becomes unstable. Dec 25, 2009 #2 GN48 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 143 Rick said: ↑ Graphics drivers change like cashiers at Wal-mart.
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Navigation open search Close PLATFORMS POPULAR LINKS Latest News Security and Antivirus Center New Releases User Favorites Editor's Picks Top Freeware CATEGORIES enter the bios and press enter on "integrated devices". Here's what happen after doing the system restore: boot up see XP logo and the next thing you see after the XP has loaded, a Blank screen with my monitor some It's only been going a few minutes at this point and I haven't gone into my game with it to test it out, but oh, what a relief to even get
I have a BFG Tech Nvidia GeForce 7600 GS OC 512 MB AGP video card in my system. Restart and enjoy. GeForce ForceWare and GeForce Exerience drivers are for NVIDIA Quadro and all GeForce based videocards. So now I can't even run GTA SA without crash...(probably caused by one of the mods I've installed....) Then the fourth time I loaded it, it completely froze the computer... (Ctr
Even System Restore don't work for me.... It said there was a problem caused by the file nv4_mini.sys and under that it said: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA if that's any help. Number Two, It probably has a hardware fault; due to the colour changes if you haven't seem post #8 (The one that has alot of links compared to other posts), you'll You are logged in as .
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Pros: (10 characters minimum)Count: 0 of 1,000 characters 4. Once installed, it said it needed to reset, so it restated. If the card is at fault it may have exhibited symptoms earlier (artifacts, graphics that flicker, colour changes, empty or partially filled areas, colour shifting) due to RAM or GPU corruption.
All Rights Reserved. Dec 26, 2009 #6 GN48 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 143 Okay, I installed and used the driver Sweeper in Safe Mode. A waste of download size I bet. but it's there, can't be cleared, everytime, no matter how many times I do it, is as if there is a virus there that keeps the nvidia drivers there to show
Yes, it contains drivers for many models, but surely you have more than a 100MB of free space. Give it a few minutes to boot up. Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map searchPLATFORMSAI AND DEEP LEARNINGCUDA ACCELERATED COMPUTINGDATA CENTER DESIGN & PRO VISUALIZATION INTELLIGENT MACHINESSELF-DRIVING CARSGEFORCE GAMINGSHIELDOTHER LINKSDEVELOPERSGPU TECH CONFERENCEDRIVERSSUPPORTVIEW ALL PRODUCTSAI COMPUTING MODELNVIDIA BLOGCOMMUNITYCAREERSPlatformsAI of course it did, the box is still brand new not without a scratch, well, it kinda has now....
Why are you trying to push 32-bit colour (even at 800 x 600) through a card that has no dedicated driver installed?Click to expand... Jan 2, 2010 #12 GN48 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 143 dividebyzero said: ↑ " uhhhhh....Nvidia" ??? Explaining that you have a CRT monitor earlier would have helped with the troubleshooting. Secondly- have you uninstalled/reinstalled the monitor's driver- there's always the possibility that the video driver isn't picking up the monitor properly, or that the display parameters of the display have somehow
So much for this being a nice friendly place. Sorry...... When i get my tax return I'm gonna go nutty with a Pentium D, a new MB, a PCI-E GPU, and better/more ram, just need some help to tide me over. while if it's set to auto it should automatically switch to agp when an agp card is installed, maybe that isn't working.
I'm totally screwed! Really need help I'm frustrated trying to figure this thing out...... Is this the best driver to use or should I update to the newest drivers from Nvidia? The PCIe card has 1 long section, and 1 short section.I am just wondering if you accidentally got a PCIe card somehow.
Then the driver installation finished said that I needed to restart. I took it to Germany on my trip and charged it... I would appreciate this cause I really want on play on my computer! Thanks Reply Reply post #7 of 8 1/30/07 at 12:43pm Wincet 3.5ghz Joined: Jun 2006 Location: MD Posts: 708 Rep: 47 (Unique: 42) Trader Rating: 1
Ask ! am I right? The PCIe card has 1 long section, and 1 short section.I am just wondering if you accidentally got a PCIe card somehow. Any help would be great.
It is the same type power plug that goes into an IDE hard drive. Unfortunately, I can't install any software because I can't see a damn thing on the monitor with this card.Also, it says it's completely compatible with the onboard graphics so there should While it sits there untested it is more than a little difficult to ascertain.