Question about XFX GeForce 6200 Graphic Card
Hi. I recently bought an nvidia Geforce7600 GS, after my first one received a nasty static shock/ stopped working. After my computer was repaired, I installed this new graphics card along with 2 "1GB RAM" sticks. Shortly after updating my forceware (graphics drivers) to 93.71, my computer games started to either hang, or BSOD, saying that there was an error with the "nv4_disp.dll." The time it takes for the games to hang ranges from 15 minutes to 1 and a half hours. HELP PLZ!!!!!
It IS problem with power supply. I has the same situation. Even 350W isn´t enough. 500W power supply solved the problem.
Posted on May 30, 2008
Hello man, Your power source is too small to power these components and after some time it may fail to provide that power. Take note that your video card may take on it's own about 60-80W, the ram chips just about the same and the processor something arround 50-90W depending on it's type. Most no name power sources can't even provide 250W as stated and may limit power to components. When this happen, the ram memory suffers a voltage drop that corrupts the flow of binary data currently sent through it. Video cards are also affected because of the fact that they also use Video Ram (VRAM), a DDR type of memory that is also connected via the same bus and buffers as the main system RAM. if one of the system ram or video ram suffers voltage fluctuation they will fail to deliver the current data stored onto them and the operating system will receive them corrupted resulting in some system errors or having the computer think that the driver was installed incorectly or the board has beeing damaged in some whay. Also please note that a video card like yours needs proper cooling, because when it is overheated it's GPU (graphic processing unit) is having problems in processing data. The lag in the data being send and the data that comes out may result in an error or a screen freeze because operating systems and the hardware components can onlu buffer a small portion of them. In other words, the correct order in my opinion is for you to upgrade the power source to some 4-500W (most power sources are no namers and doesn't produce the actual comercial power written on them) and if still having problems, assist the cooling system of your graphics card with a system cooler. Both of these and a driver reinstall will shurelly fix your problem in my opinion. Good luck and feel free to ask further questions. Bogdan.
Posted on Apr 27, 2007
Try downloading all the operating system windows updates and reinstall the latest forceware from the nvidia website.
Posted on Mar 19, 2007
Try uninstalling drivers of the graphics card, install the OLD driver from the CD that came with the manufacture, then try playing.
Posted on Mar 17, 2007
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