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    Matt H May 11, 2010

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    1. What motherboard brand/model?

    2. Is this onboard video or video card?

    3. What Operating System?


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Sir kindly check the motherboards manual if it is compatible with your motherboard and video card. there is a difference between them like pcie and agp. if this is new then try to replace it with another video card and see if it give the same result.

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Hiii


You have a video driver conflict
Check which video card is in your computer.
Use pc wizard (download) install check which driver you need name and number
EG cmedia 2341 Drivers type into search bar and download correct driver

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Couple things you can try. First download & install the video drivers I found on the internet for your card. Lets see if one of these fixes you're trouble. The link is for Gigabyte 7VM400AM-RZ VIA 1616/1617 codec 5.20b driver. Though its not you're board the video chip is the same. (VIA 1616/1617). So give the driver a chance. (Click on the link). Unistall old driver's first.

http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/SOUND-CARD/VIA/Gigabyte-7VM400AM-RZ-VIA-1616-1617-codec-5-20b.shtml

Second driver File name: 139635IShld.zip
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If neither of these help you're system, you can try increasing the shared memory from within you're bios. (See you're user manual for adjusting/increasing shared memory for the video).
Gigabyte's web link for you're board.
http://be.giga-byte.com/Support/Motherboard/Driver_Model.aspx?ProductID=1766

If everything above still does not help/fix. There could be a problem with the integrated ProSavage8 2D/3D graphics chip.
Suggest you buy am AGP 4X video card. This will free up you're system memory. You will again need to enter you're bios & change the bios to load the AGP card over the integrated card.
Again use you're manual to find the correct section.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=2010380048+1069609639&name=AGP+4X%2f8X&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleAdwords&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleAdwords-_-NA-_-NA-_-NA

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_slc.asp?CatId=879

http://www.xpcgear.com/ati700032ddr.html

Have more questions, feel free to ask.
orlandotech, let me know how thing go.

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