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# 16310 3-Oct-2007 22:03
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I installed the GFX card and the nividia drivers then restarted my pc and the gfx went like this:



can anyone help me out

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  # 89367 3-Oct-2007 22:42
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Tried using drivers from the Palit site and not the Nvidia ones?

XFX cards seem to only work with the offical XFX drivers and certain random Nvidia releases, could be something like that



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  # 89368 3-Oct-2007 22:45
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i installed the nvidia one but then downloaded the vendors driver but didn't remove the previous nvidia one


 
 
 
 


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  # 89369 3-Oct-2007 22:49
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whitefoxxx: .... but didn't remove the previous nvidia one



Well that would probably be the problem



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  # 89370 3-Oct-2007 22:51
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how do i remove the nvidia one?

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  # 89371 3-Oct-2007 22:52
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On XP

Control panel > Add/remove programs

Vista

Control panel > Programs and features



Select the drivers then click uninstall



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  # 89374 3-Oct-2007 23:17
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i took out the old drivers and installed the vendor one and it didn't work its still the same :(



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  # 89375 3-Oct-2007 23:18
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im using vista by the way if that changes anything

 
 
 
 


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  # 89376 3-Oct-2007 23:19
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Sounds like a possible memory corruption, you may want to get that card looked at



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  # 89378 3-Oct-2007 23:23
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ok its fine when no drivers are installed but windows automatically installs sum if none are detected and thats when sh*t hits the fan



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  # 89380 3-Oct-2007 23:26
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ohh and the old onboard settings in the bios wouldn't be affecting it by any chance would it?

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