I am having a problem with my nvidia graphics card i believe
When i stream video in full screen, or i try to watch video files, even veiw pictures in my photo file or play any type of game no matter how detailed the game i get a green screen or distorted image's. what could be the problem, please help
An expert who has achieved level 2 by getting 100 points
An expert that got 10 achievements.
An expert that got 5 achievements.
An expert that has over 500 points.
Re: I am having a problem with my nvidia graphics card i...
Go to NVIDIA control panel (Right Click on Windows Desktop) Set and check ALL your Paramaters to match with your Hardware reduce resolution (if required) to get the quality you ask for. If you use CRT screen be aware of magnetic fields (Speakers, UPS, motors) interferences: try moving screen or disturbances. Pls let me know if working.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Can you please try to identify the correct product number? PCG-2A2M is a chassis number that can be common to more than one model. It may possibly be VGC-LM2E or similar - have a look on the screen surround or a sticker on the back.
If it is a VGC-LM1 or -LM2 series then there is a strong possibility that the Nvidia graphics chip is faulty. Have a look at the following link and type "Distorted video, random characters or blank screen issues due to failure of the NVIDIA graphics chip" in the search field.
If it shows on an external monitor but not on the laptop screen, either the screen ribbon cable has come loose, the inverter/ccfl has died or the lcd screen has died.
If you boot your laptop to external monitor, then unplug the monitor - try shining a flashlight across the screen to see if you can see any data/screen info - if you can, then the inverter/ccfl has died. If not, either the screen has died or the cable has come loose
It is graphics related. The graphics card is not compatible with Minecraft, from what I can tell. I believe the Toshiba is running an Intel integrated card and Minecraft is looking for an ATI or NVIDIA.
if you have a wide screen laptop the picture format is 16x9 in stead of 4x3 as the old models.
you can try to change the screen resolution to something like 800x600 1024x768 this are standar 4.3 formats. after you can run the video application and see if it shows you a full screen picture. if you need more info contact me
Windows Vista takes away a lot of support and convenience for the sheer attractive of flashy user interface. One major feature is the ability of open full screen window for command prompt shell in Windows Vista. When you attempt open or run DOS .com applications, .bat batch scripts or games that relies on command prompt, and including cmd.exe itself, you will encounter the following error message:
This system does not support fullscreen mode. Choose “Close” to terminate the application.
The lack of support for full screen DOS command prompt in Windows Vista is a big annoyance especially for those who still playing games for DOS and Windows 3.1/9x era, use legacy software such as WPDOS or programmers who frequently switch to command prompt to use DOS based programming language such as PASCAL.
There is no simple solution to this no support for full screen window in Windows Vista. In almost all possible workarounds, you are almost guaranteed that your Vista will be broken in some way, at least on the part on Windows Aero. You will lose the nice Aero Glass interface if you attempt any of these trick, plus other unknown side effects.
Workaround to Run or Open Full Screen Window Mode
Workaround 1: Use XDDM driver instead of WDDM driver for video graphics adapter
In another word, install the Windows XP video card driver for use in Vista. If the video graphics card hardware supports Windows XP driver, you can download the Windows XP driver for your video hardware and install it under Vista. However, be warned that using XP driver on display adapter may crash your Vista system randomly, so save your works before proceeding and use with care.
Note: This solution has been recommended by Microsoft in KB926657.
To install a Windows XP video driver under Vista, just follow the procedure listed in the guide below. The steps should work for both NVIDIA and ATI video graphics accelerator card.
Download the Windows XP driver installer for your graphics card from NVIDIA or ATI.
Run the installation setup program just downloaded. Confirm any User Account Control permission warning when prompted.
The installer will first extract and unpack the files required by installation to proceed to a folder/directory. Note down the path to the folder. For ATI, the folder for these installation files usually located in a directory with a name that resembles C:\ATI\SUPPORT\7-5_xp_dd_46743\Driver or C:\ATI\SUPPORT\7-5_xp_dd_ccc_wdm_46743\Driver, with the only different been the number to indicate the version and build number of the driver
ok this is common problem and a piece of cake to resolve....................the reason why u r not able to see the video what i will advice u to do is to go ahead and uninstall the videostudio 11 plus ....instead u can downlaod vlc player for free i assure u that u will like this and u will enjoy the videos coz vlc is compatible to any kind of videos ...that r realeased nowerdays .......so i asuure that the video problem will be resolved if not then change the graphics card or upgrade it to a nvidia gforce graphics card........................now taking about ur t.v and recording try a system restore if the issue is not resolved then create a back up of ur data and runa recovery from a recovery cd which will take the comp back to factory settings.....................then u can go ahead and download the vlc player fromhttp://en.utilidades-utiles.com/download-vlc-windows-vista.php and then log on to nvidia .com and update the driver if u r using an nvidea graphis card or if u have intel then log on to intel to update the driver ....this will surelyu resolve the issue and u can now watch,record,,etcin ur media center and can view the recorded video in vlc player too.........if the issue is not resolved then mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org