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Graphics card i have installed a newgraphics card and it keeps making my computer reboot during gameplay ie fear medal of honour it also flashes i have tried reinstalling but no use plz help

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Re: graphics card

This could because your graphics cards settings are for some reason on the highest performance and your system can't handle it.
Did your graphics card come with any drivers if so try and change the performance of your graphics card, preferbly to a low performance then try it.
If your graphics card didn't come with any drivers provide me with the Model and manufacturer of the graphics card and i will find you the correct driver for it.

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I have an ati radeon ed6600 and i cant find any drivers for it can u help me plzzz..... :)

I've never seen a Radeon "ed6600" videochip, and can't find one listed ANYWHERE, so I suspect you've misidentified your GPU. You MIGHT have a Radeon HD6600M GPU; you can download the drivers for it here:

Open that page, and click on "Find a Driver" in the upper-right corner of the webpage.

The "Component Category" for your video card is "Notebook Graphics"

The "Product Line" is "Radeon HD Series"

The "Product Model" is "Radeon HD 6xxxM Series"

Lastly, choose the operating system you're using; Win7 32-bit, Win7 64-bit, Vista 32-bit, Vista 64-bit, or Win XP 32-bit. Select your operating system, then click the green "View Results" button.

The next page that opens will provide a direct link where you can download the drivers for your Radeon videocard. BE SURE to read the Release Notes and the Installation Instructions BEFORE you begin the driver installation.

Keep in mind that Windows must reboot when changing drivers, so DO NOT try to delay the process. Windows deletes a LOT of old files during the reboot so that they won't conflict with the new driver files being installed. If you delay or interrupt the process, you could have an unbootable mess on your hands.

Best of luck with this; let us know how it turns out.

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Game not working please help

The game that you are trying to play most likely asks for more than 128mb of RAM for a graphics card. Try upgrading your card to increase the performance of your computer and gameplay.

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My nvidia 9500gt drivers stop responding during gameplay and the game crashes and throws me out on windows

While your computer is on, see if the fan attached to your video card is working. If it does, check the temperature inside your cpu. Overheating is one of the reason for logging out on window during online games. If possible additional cooler fan must be install inside the cpu. If that did not help suggest you replace your video card.

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Medal of honor allied assault

the game is not compaitable with the version of window u r needs Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows 98, or Windows 95 (Windows 2000 and Windows NT are not supported) .why r u playing such a lower end game .the kind of gpu u have try the latest game

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Screen goes blank on Log on

Use PC wizard (search and download) this will detect all drivers needed on your computer note name and number for your video card type into search engine IE ati x300 drivers for your operating system xp vista you should be able to download correct drivers
if does not work for you please leave reply what happens

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ATI Radeon X1300 wont work with my Vista 32 bit

Try this.

Download the unified Radeon drivers from ATI's website... do not use Windows update. Get the Drivers Only package. for Vista 32-bit

If you can get to the desktop:
Uninstall the existing display drivers by using the remove hardware utility. Whatever they are... remove them. Reboot. Windows will try to reinstall the drivers on the next boot. If it allows you cancel the installation at any time during install do it. Run the downloaded package from ATI. Reboot.

If you can't get to the desktop:
Press F8 when booting and enter safe mode with networking. Download the ATI drivers from for Vista 32-bit.
Uninstall the display drivers. Reboot. Should take you to the desktop on the next boot so you can run the install program.

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Graphics card

Its not eskom. My PSU is ATX2 24pin with 2 x PCIE adapters and 540W, Cool Gold aluminium and orks fine. One in a wile I boot he games and they run perfectly for hours and 925 time it just reboots

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Installed new graphics card and Windows won't start

If your new video card has a power connector, make sure it is connected to a power plug. If you already did that, it's possible your PC's power supply doesn't have enough power to run all your connected equipment.

To get your old card running, hit F8 repeatedly during boot-up until you get the boot options. Select VGA mode. It should boot up properly then.

Once booted into VGA mode, set your screen resolution to something simple like 1024x768 or 800x600, then reboot.

If that doesn't work, try hitting F5 repeatedly during boot-up to boot into Safe mode. You can then adjust your settings again there.

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Install HD3870 graphic card

Follow these steps:

Uninstall current graphics card drivers. Before you install your new card, you'll need to uninstall your current graphics card's drivers to avoid any potential conflicts. Right-click My Computer and select Properties. Under the Hardware tab, find the button to open the Device Manager. Your graphics card should be listed under the Display Adapter heading. Double-click the name of your graphics card to open a properties window for your current card. Last step: Under the Driver tab, click the Uninstall button.

Remove old card. Turn off your PC and unplug it from the wall. Open the case Make sure you first ground yourself by first touching a metal part of your PC case or by wearing an antistatic wrist strap. (Grounding yourself will prevent you from getting shocked and from unintentionally damaging your PC's components.) If you are replacing a graphics card, you'll need to remove a small screw attached to the back plate prior to taking out the card.

Install new card. It wouldn't hurt to page through your new card's instruction manual at this point. Then, take your new graphics card out of its foil wrapper and slide it into your motherboard's slot. Press down firmly with even force until it is securely in place (your system won't boot up unless the card is in all the way). Screw it into the back plate and close up your case.

Install new drivers. Turn on your PC and install the drivers. Windows XP should automatically recognize the new hardware and walk you through the installation wizard. If Windows doesn't detect the card, click Settings from the Start menu. Open the Control Panel and click Add Hardware. From there, a wizard will help you install the new drivers from the CD that came bundled with your new card. It's a good idea to check the graphic card vendor's Web site for more up-to-date drivers, just in case the vendor has released drivers since manufacturing your card. Once you've downloaded the drivers, simply restart your PC. Now, you're ready to start gaming.

If this doesnt work, then your card is BAD.

Dec 29, 2007 | Graphics Cards

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Video card is giving me problems

Make sure the videocard is set in the slot. You should remove and reseat the videocard. Then go to: and download the latest video drivers from here and try installing them again. Old video driver can kill!!! Let me know what happens. Good Luck. Tim

Mar 15, 2007 | XFX GeForce4 Mx440 (64 MB) Graphic Card

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