Question about ATI RADEON X1650 Pro, (512 MB) PCI Express Graphic Card
When i first recieved my system it worked fine until i played a game that was graphic intensive. The card crashed and now i can't change my display settings from 800 x 600. Further more if i start playin my game again about an hour later it totally crashes and i see all the pixels with crazy lines. I pulled out the card and tried to reseat it, noticed the card itself was fairly warm. Wonder if the fan isn't working and its over heating. If thats the case why can't i change the display back to 1024 x 768?
ON THE DISK MANAGER THE STANDARD VGA GRAPHICS ADAPTOR DOESN'T WORK.I CAN'T PLAY MOVIES WITH MAXIMIZING THE WINDOW.WHAT IS THE PROBLEM PLZ
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
The problem is either that the game doesn't support lower graphics, the game starts in a high res so u can't see to lower the graphics, there are 2 solutions here but only if the game supports lower graphics, either try to search for the game from the programs tab in the start menu and then you may find options icon or sth like that, or un-install the game and then re-install it, as for the heating of the card you may notice that it has some sort of power slot on it, this is used to plug in a cable from the power supply either directly or using a cable converter that came with it
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
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