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I have a problem with drivers for SIS 5598/6326 AGP in win XP whereby when I try to open GTA vice city 3, my pc freezes and sometimes it displays blue screen. So anyone help me.

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Hi there
you may want to make sure that your card is compatable with the game i had to upgrade because i didnt have enough video memory which is also somthing you can check by going to device manager and going to advanced than click on performance and adjusting your video memory from there ok just becareful not to set it too high .
best regards mike

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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