Sounds like it to me. Reviewed by Jedson3614 I have had the pleasure of working with several GPUs throughout my lifetime. I also got the geforce 7600gs. Thirdly- Have you tried connecting the monitor using the other DVI (or VGA) port ?Click to expand... this contact form
In fact, I have the actual damn box here right now as I am typing, is just sittin' there blindlessly! Join the community here, it only takes a minute. Quote: Yes, nice OC, what cooling are you using? The PCIe version cards do not require this.If the BIOS is set to auto on the video leave it there. http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=218935
i found one that sets the graphics adapter. Lastly, download the entire package. MY CPU is 2.54 P4 Northwood and I have 1gig of ram, but one stick is 2100 the other is 2700. Win XP Pro?
Even System Restore don't work for me.... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Molex_female_connector.jpg Well, the mystery appears to be solved, thanks to you. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds.
Really need help I'm frustrated trying to figure this thing out...... WTF? No, I can't tell you it won't BSOD (you may have other problems), but you are far less likely to get a BSOD with the newer ones than with the originals https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/408794/182-50-geforce-driver-update-on-7600gs-agp-182-50_geforce_winxp_32bit_english_whql/ I don't get it, it's suppose to be different but it exactly the same!
Rep for jOO! Then while trying to start this mission where you have to kill the manager of Madd Dogg, it just suddenly crashed and said that there was something wrong with the gta.exe 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 Since the launch...
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 http://www.overclock.net/t/153146/best-driver-and-tweaks-for-7600gs-gddr2-256 http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4027/4218075526_22b4f3d0a3_b.jpg I did have a video, but I don't know if it plays or not:
I don't want anything like this: http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_195.62_whql.html where you have drivers for all these variant of graphics card. I would appreciate this cause I really want on play on my computer! I was hitting 45,000 before but I had the cpu overclocked and was causing stability issues(can't lock my PCI bus cuz i have a crappy MB). The 91 series were not too bad either (91.47, 91.48..) Kow View Public Profile Find all posts by Kow (#5) dp911 Videocard: Processor: Mainboard: Memory: Soundcard:
Reply Reply post #2 of 8 1/29/07 at 10:18am [email protected] Audiophile Joined: Aug 2006 Location: Portugal Posts: 1,805 Rep: 66 (Unique: 62) Trader Rating: 1 Select I did plug the video card into the power supply also!! And as for this site being a nice place.....who gives a s**t? http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_195.62_whql.html Well, that's where I downloaded and failed to install the driver updates for my NG 7600GS.....
Are you telling me that you've not tried the DVI port for want of a DVI-VGA Adapter? Many thanks. TechSpot is a registered trademark. How can it be toast?
Or is it OEM ? The screen stayed blank and the on/off button stayed amber. Has the psu been checked?