Re: gforce2 conflict with ddram

Re: gforce2 conflict with ddram


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Posted by colin on August 02, 2001 at 16:15:52:

In Reply to: gforce2 conflict with ddram posted by chris weinheimer on August 01, 2001 at 18:07:32:

It doesn't sound a reasonable proposition, unless your overclocking and reunning the AGP bus higher than 67Mhz, it seems more likely a BIOS error, have you set the AGP options up in BIOS and include a fairly high Latency, Geforce cards like as much as 120,so if your set at 32 or 64, hike it up a bit, also make sure you remove every vestige of your old drivers, including the monitor. I dont like to presume but I suppose you are following the set proceedure for a new card, viz
Change adapter type to std PCI and drop colors to 16 and 640x480 res, reboot to load basic PCI driver, turn off and install new card start again(making sure you've got the drivers in a folder somewhere), when asked about the new device browse to your driver folder, install drivers then before restsrting, delete the monitor from device manager, now reboot to loal new drivers which will detect the monitor and load the correct drivers fot that. Failing a faulty card or AGP slot there is little can go wrong.
hope you have better luck.



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