Question about GE S3 Savage 2000 64MB AGP Video Card Graphic Card

1 Answer

Problem with my vga

I have geforce mx 400 64mb installed. bios shows that my geforce is 64mb but when i explore my dxdiag there's only 32mb available, but the device wasn't geforce but s3 savage 2000. how to solve the problem?thanks

Posted by on

1 Answer

  • Level 1:

    An expert who has achieved level 1.

  • Contributor
  • 2 Answers

Did you have an ATI card previous to the Nvidia card you are now using. It could still be showing in your Hardware device manager as the primary device (or onboard graphics). If so,delete it and reinstall the Nvidia card and all should be well.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

Need abetter graphic card for acer aspire 5251


in Acer Aspire Series is using Intergrated Graphic Card.
that mean if you wanna Upgrade your Graphic Resolution,
you have to set to a bigger shared memory/RAM for Display Graphic Card/VGA memory from BIOS Setup.
for example if you using RAM 2Gb, and you can make your VGA(Video Graphic Adapter) to 1Gb.
But in My Computer Properties the RAM will Show only 1Gb.
Because another 1Gb of RAM you've use for VGA.
you can check it from dxdiag.
(for opening dxdiag > Click Start > click RUN... > type dxdiag > and Oke/Enter)

Jan 07, 2012 | Acer Graphics Cards

1 Answer

I have Some Problem about my Video Controller VGA compatible.. It so hard 2 find a compatible VGA 4 my System hope u can Help me. here`s some information of my System.... Operating System: Windows...


To find video drivers for unknown cards, you have a couple options. If you are comfortable opening the chassis of the computer, you can look on the video card itself for its model number, and then google for that model number. I've always been able to locate drivers in this way. If you are not comfortable going the hardware route, there is an application called System Info for Windows (SIW.) It can be downloaded HERE. Once you install and run the application, you can click on the "Video" node and the model name will be shown on the right (usually in the PCI ID section.) You can then google for the model name and find the driver that way

Feb 28, 2011 | Graphics Cards

1 Answer

While playing wow my screen froze up and now there's lines on my screen....it is not overclocked...is this something that I can fix or do I need to send it back to company


STRIPED SCREEN OF DEATH
Before it freezes it starts to pixel like crazy then it freezes with a striped screen,

Possible Reasons & Fixes:

* Review your Direct X services:
  1. Click Start, then click Run.
  2. In the Open box, type dxdiag, then click OK. 3. This will run the DirectX diagnosis tool.

Failing that check whether there may be a conflict with any of your devices by clicking on your control panel and checking for any exclamation marks against devices.

* Try upgrading the RAM, which is likely to be the cause for issue if everything shows normal in Dxdiag settings. [Note: High graphics games is likely to lead to overheating GPU]

* If you are new to this issue, try System Restore.

* Try clearing the temp files/cache/history

* Power supply need to be more than 500kv, cooling fans play a pivotal role
[Overheating : CPU or the GPU]

* Change your Screen Refresh Rate

Other Suggestions:
1.Download and Install the Latest VGA Driver Update
2.DirectX 9.0c Reinstall
3. Buy a New Power Supply
4. Buy a New Fan for Your Proccesor and Check Your VGA Drive Fan Also Clean up the whole CPU

Jan 12, 2011 | BFG Technologies GeForce 8800GTS OC2...

1 Answer

256MB Video Card only picks up 32MB


just change the display properties in bios settings

Mar 04, 2009 | Leadtek WinFast PX6600 TD GeForce 6800,...

1 Answer

My problem is that i have updated the driver of my graphic card Geforce4 MX440 SE AGP8x 64MB after driver updation my card lost it's 32MB memory and it shows 32MB memory only in bios in dxdiag everywhere...


once you update the drivers it changes right after you hit the enter key, all prevouise information is written over and it updates the bios. unless you have at one time made a backup copy of your bios than you would have that information.

Feb 26, 2009 | Graphics Cards

1 Answer

Geforce 2 MX-400 (64 bit) with vista


Before you installed the Geforce graphics card was your monitor connected to a video output on the motherboard?
If this is he case you may have to disable the onboard video card from the BIOS.
You can check by swapping the monitor's video connector between each of the video outputs.
If Vista detects a video card and you had not installed the video driver, it would install standard VGA driver, you can then install the Geforce driver.

Jan 02, 2009 | Gateway GeForce2 MX400, (64 MB) AGP...

1 Answer

I have prolem about graphic board is Nvidia GEFORCE MX400 64Mb


All NVIDIA drivers are available free here:

http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us

If you still have issues, the manufacturer of your card (SIS) may have posted specific drivers for your card on their site.

Dec 15, 2008 | XFX Pine SiS 315E / 32MB / AGP 4X / VGA /...

Not finding what you are looking for?
Graphics Cards Logo

Related Topics:

69 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top GE Graphics Cards Experts

Brian Sullivan
Brian Sullivan

Level 3 Expert

27725 Answers

Josh Whitehead
Josh Whitehead

Level 3 Expert

1146 Answers

Espen

Level 1 Expert

15 Answers

Are you a GE Graphics Card Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...