Question about ASUS RADEON X600 XT, (128 MB) Graphic Card
A couple of weeks ago, while I was using Media Center to record a TV program, the computer made a buzzing noise and froze-up. When I manually restarted the system, I got an error message from Windows telling me that it suspected the Radeon x600 xt caused the system failure. I can run the PC for about 20minutes - 2 hours before the system crashes again. I restored the computer to the orignal factory settings, then tried uninstall/reinstalling the drivers for the Radeon still no luck.
Make sure all of the fans inside your computer are still functioning. One of them could have stopped working and it is causing the card to over heat.
Posted on Jun 19, 2007
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