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If you're running at 8X then try to turn it down to 4X or even slower. I bought a cheap home pc (Medion A8 5500). If you have such a utility then check that the voltages are where they belong. Im currently using 1024x768 which is really stretched and distorted, but in this resolution everything is displayed on the screen. http://dotbowl.com/graphics-card/power-for-graphics-card.html

If you are using an ATI video card and are running Windows 2000 or XP, then you can use ATITool to underclock. If you're running Windows 2000 or XP, you can disable your sound hardware by going into the Device Manager, right-clicking on the sound hardware, and selecting "Disable". Checking the minimum graphics requirements for games and other programs that are used most often is a good starting point for finding the right video card for one’s needs. AGP instability can cause crashes, hangs, stutters, and video data corruption. http://www.playtool.com/pages/troubleshooting/intro.html

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Fix #9: check your power supply An overtaxed power supply can cause many different video card problems. Full instructions on how to uninstall your display drivers are here and full installation instructions are here. Glad you got it solved...happy computing .

Back to top #5 hamluis hamluis Moderator Moderator 52,111 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Killeen, TX Local time:07:05 AM Posted 14 January 2009 - 09:14 PM Refresh rate...I let mine stay at There's a standard set of fixes which you can try out to see if the problem goes away. You can see if AGP instability is giving you trouble by slowing down the AGP port. Graphics Card Problems Windows 10 Install the drivers.

Thanks a lot. Common Graphics Card Problems installed new graphics card, screen resolution doesnt fit on monitor Started by Rzarekt , Jan 14 2009 03:03 AM Please log in to reply 6 replies to this topic #1 Rzarekt This will not only damage the card, it will also damage the surrounding components. Touch a metal part of the case before touching any components.

Click here to Register a free account now! Graphics Card Not Displaying Monitor What it dose. Unfortunately, some motherboards don't measure their own voltages very accurately. For other kinds of video cards you can use PowerStrip.

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May 16, 2013 #15 Jad Chaar Elite Techno Geek Posts: 6,486 +966 That is odd. Make sure you push the card fully into the slot. Graphic Card Problem Black Screen Fix #4: slow down your AGP port AGP stands for accelerated graphics port. Graphics Card Troubleshooting Nvidia Yeah, sorry man, wasnt thinking!

If you have an NVIDIA card, then you can try CoolBits or RivaTuner. check over here Having two video adapters from the same manufacturer is a common reason why the on-board video card may not be disabled automatically. This one did and all is well. Fix #8: test your CPU and RAM Flakey CPU and RAM can cause all kinds of problems. Video Card Problems Symptoms

  1. You can underclock both of those values to see if your video card problems go away.
  2. After I plugged in the new card in my PC and turned my PC ON , it was not showing any display on monitor (although all components of the CPU were
  3. You may also be able to recognize a power supply problem by checking whether the voltages are in range.
  4. To change the video settings, enter the BIOS and navigate to the video settings.
  5. If you're running Windows 95, 98, or ME, you can disable it by going into the Device Manager, right-clicking on the sound hardware, selecting "Properties", and then selecting "Disable in this
  6. Mostly Xp and below are known to corrupt data on shut down.
  7. If the games stop failing or take longer before problems occur, then you have an overheating problem.
  8. If none of the standard fixes work then things get more complicated.
  9. When you're not running a game, the sound hardware only uses a very basic sound interface which is simple and reliable.

AGP can support speed multipliers of 8X (eight times), 4X, 2X, and 1X. Changing Video Settings in the System BIOS Instructions on accessing and navigating the system BIOS can be found in the PC’s instruction manual. Now I have no idea where the problem lies. his comment is here Thanks again.

On occasion, installing display drivers or software updates (noteably installing Windows XP SP2) have been known to cause problems with chipset drivers which requires them to be reinstalled. Visual Artifacts Video Card Start up the computer if the power supply is not strong enough to handle the additional stress placed on the system by the new graphics card. So if you're having crashes during games, it's a good idea to temporarily disable your sound hardware while you're troubleshooting.

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The graphics card one chooses should also have the right power connections and an adequate supply of power from the PSU (power supply unit). Usually the problem is software or hardware related but occasionally it's just a mechanical problem. This may do nothing to alleviate your problem, but it shouldn't hurt anything or worsen the problem. Motherboard Chipset Drivers Surprisingly I followed what you said by removing then from device manager and installing anew, and it works!!

Some of the symptoms may only appear when the computer is under a lot of stress like when you're playing a game. Please tell me what to do now ? If you're running at 8X then try to turn it down to 4X or even slower. http://dotbowl.com/graphics-card/problem-getting-a-new-graphics-card-to-work.html If your slot has a latch, then make sure that it is fully latched down.

May 13, 2013 #10 Aerts J TS Member Topic Starter My BIOS menus http://i41.tinypic.com/4htppj.jpg http://i41.tinypic.com/30ht1yx.jpg http://i40.tinypic.com/311xwms.jpg http://i39.tinypic.com/2zrfjow.jpg This is my BIOS main menus if you want a specific menu to be This can make lots of problems disappear. May 12, 2013 #5 Jad Chaar Elite Techno Geek Posts: 6,486 +966 Aerts J said: ↑ Did you read my topic because I mentioned it ?Click to expand... I wonder why changing the OS would effect anything.

If your video card crashes, hangs, stutters, or gets display corruption a few minutes after you start a game, it may be overheating. Make sure the card goes all the way into the slot.

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