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GF 6600 installation problem

I've upgraded my graphic card to GF 6600, after removing old drivers and installing X 9C. Drver version is 93.71. PSU is 450w. My CPU is AMD athlon 2400+. Now, when I open a vedio file,PC freezes. Please help.

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Re: GF 6600 installation problem

Try to install the detonator softwear for youre graphics card.

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