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nos_raz

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#1 13 years ago

To be honest I don't actually know if there is a problem with my graphics card I just believe this as I've had the problem ever since I got the damn thing fitted.

When I got the card I bought call of duty/united offense, hitman 3, half life 2 and soldier of fortune 2. Also I downloaded the battlefield 2 demo.

All of these games crash with either just a freeze and repeated sounds an error message or they just go back to desktop.

The crashes happen very very randomly like today I've been playing cs: source for 10 minutes then a crash I then played it for 3 hours straight until the next crash:confused:

Any help will be very appreciated.




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#2 13 years ago

1) You should scan for viruses and spyware using "Norton" and "Spybot S&D" 2) Which video card do you have? 3) Do you have every latest drivers 4) Can you'r computer handel the games with all the requirements met?




nos_raz

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#3 13 years ago

1) Have done thousands of times had ccomputer reformatted twice. 2)radeon 9800 pro 128mb 3)yes 4)yes




DemonWolf

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#4 13 years ago

Hmmm, weird I don't know the problem then, maybe you'r video card is defective. Im not sure, I cant say whats wrong really.




nos_raz

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#5 13 years ago

whats defective these days?




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#6 13 years ago

Hmmmm. Thats really odd. It may be windows or it can be the video card....... Or power.




DemonWolf

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#7 13 years ago
AgentlaidlawHmmmm. Thats really odd. It may be windows or it can be the video card....... Or power.

The vid card cud be broken or u have to little watts in ur power supply..how many watts is urs?




Johnny Mullet

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#8 13 years ago

I just had a problem with the cooling fan built on the card quit working. Carefully open the case and turn on the PC to see if the fan on the video card works (if it has a fan). If not, then time for a newer, better card.




nos_raz

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#9 13 years ago

Well I don't have a fooking clue about watts my mum says the power supply is 240 volts :confused: :confused:




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#10 13 years ago

Also I got some cbales and stuff with the card what are these for?




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