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I have geforce mx400 64mb installed. bios shows that my geforce is 64mb but when i click dxdiag it shows that my vga is s3 savage 2000 with 32mb. how to solve the problem/

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Disable the built in vga card from bios.
then it will show the other card in dxdiag.

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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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)

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DRivers


the drivers might not be installed correctly you might have to uninstall the graphics card restart your computer then reinstall the graphics card and its drivers

If your computer came with a motherboard disc the drivers could be on it

Click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to display adapters + to expand you might see a yellow question mark ? or exclamation mark ! or a red x right click select reinstall drivers or you might need to download one

http://download.cnet.com/%7Bvalue=http://www.download.com/nvidia-geforce4-mx-4000/3000-2108_4-80743.html GeForce MX 4000 graphics processing units (GPUs), provides a new level of cost-effective, high-performance graphics to the value PC user. GeForce MX 4000 GPUs deliver feature-rich graphics technology, performance, and flexibility.

if this package is not the right http://download.cnet.com/2000-20_4.html on the home page you should see a search tab just type in what you are looking for(be precise)also the download software finder under that there will be a list place a tick in the box of any one you want/need all software windows software mac software mobile and web apps http://majorgeeks.com/downloads35.html

also this link will provide you with many freeware and share drivers


hope this helps you

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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

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Don't hav disc


http://www.driverfiles.net/Video-Adapters/S3/Viper-II-/-Savage-2000/download/page,sh,16473,529,5,.html


Check out that one if it works.

Apr 14, 2009 | GE S3 Savage 2000 64MB AGP Video Card...

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Where can i driver for mY vidio card


did the card come with any software.
once you install the card in the system and startup pc the new hardware wizard should automatically pick up driver,
before you install write down exactly what type of driver and model
and if the wizard does'nt pick it up you can install yourself through add nnew hardware

Jan 27, 2009 | GE PS3 298SDR-8MB, S3 Savage IX 8MB PCI...

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Problem with my vga


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.

Jan 15, 2009 | GE S3 Savage 2000 64MB AGP Video Card...

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S3 Savage 2000


It means the driver for your video card is not allowing the system to enter standby (power save mode). This is an information message and is not a big error unless you really need to be in standby.

You have 2 possible solutions:

1) Scour the internet looking for and updated driver. These may work: http://drivers.s3graphics.com/en/download/drivers/legacy/Savage4_394-398/84002w2ks3agplogo.zip

2) Disable system standby in windows: In control pane, select power options, then unselect the option for system standby.

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