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Re: ati radeon 9950GT
Your card is probably overheating and damaged. Fan may have failed and let card over heat. Dust can cause this also. Check with manufacturer and see if it is still under warranty.
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If you are replacing using more than just a Fan, such as using a GPU cooler that also has a Heatsink attached, do not forget to Thoroughly clean the top of the GPU's case, and Properly apply fresh, new Thermal Paste.
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This is an issues which I have seen just an few times with ATI (lots) I would revert back to old driver and wait till they fix an bug..It sounds like you updated the driver, You should check microsoft web too for drivers they may have for it..
If you are using windows, right click the desktop and go to settings, verify that the Radeon is showing as the installed device, if it shows the radeon, then increase the irresolution to 1024x768 just to be safe, and make sure color quality is 32 bit.
Remove the card, plug into your built-in card. Start your PC in safe mode. Uninstall all ATI software and delete the card from Device Manager. Restart. Reinstall the ATI drivers. Power down. Install the card and connect your monitor to it. The OS will find the card in default mode - let it. Restart. When it comes back up, you will be able to select the full range of operating modes.
BACK UP :)
Make sure the sound card is connected properly. In case its not getting detected in the device manage please go to the BIOS and check for additional setting. For BIOS featurer you need to check the vendors website. Allso specify the model no. of your desktop so that we can help you with the same
that would depend on what motherboard you have. You can find out what motherboard/graphics solution you have by using a utility like belarc advisor and then download the appropriate driver from http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.html