If my video card is not open gl video card which i have a trident 9525dvd on a tablet is there a way i can get open gl video games to run on my computer or is ther software that'll accelerate my hardware? to allow open gl stuff?
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These cards were new back in 1995. It WILL work installed in one of the PCI slots, but you will probably have to settle for the default VGA drivers since there most likely won't be anything available for the newer OS's. Don't expect great video quality of fast performance either since machines of that vintage clocked around 200 Mhz, unlike the 2+ GHz machines of today. Good Luck!
unfortunately no. the first reason is this MB doesn't support PCIe and even if it did the ati card will never get up to speed as this board isn't going to be able to push data to the video card at a rate this card could benefit from.
I would recommend you use and AGP slot card for video as most people would have purchased a card like GeForce2 MX400 for use in this MB back when it came out.
hope this helps
hi, you may even find a new graphics card won't help. you are most likley suffering from an overheated northbridge. there not usually monitored for temp this is on the MB so, not good news as this will eventually go dead. and even re- greasing at this point won't help. however. by disassembling both the video card and northbridge heat sinks. you should find one of them pretty dried out.
Most often restarts during games or other heavy duty tasks are from the following reasons
1.) Lack of power. If your Power supply unit is less than 450W then this is highly likely.
2.) Overheating. If your PC's bios has temperature reading sensors then after it is warmed up open the BIOS by press <Delete> after the logo disappears and go to the entry that informs you of temperature... If your seeing a Temp ove 45-50 degrees Celcius your runnin too hot. Get a better heatsink or other cooling apparatus (ie... liquid cooling or peltier) depending on your budget and your technical skill.
3.) Video card over heating/power issues run the PC with the cover off. Watch your Video card. is the Fan on it spinning? Does you Video card have a seperate power adapter? If so is it Fully seated.
4.) Mismatched memory. the memory adapter you installed does it have the same specifications as other memory that is also in your system. Sometimes if their slightly off and the computer sets the timing for the faster memory instead of the slower memory then the system chugs along at a speed that the slow module cant handle and it fails momentarily.
5.) Driver conflict error. Sometimes an older driver just gets in the way of other devices that want the same resources. (Particularly if you are using the drivers that came with the Video card) Go to Nvidia's website download and install the latest drivers for your card and Operating system combination.
Hopefully these tips will help you get you Fragging in no time.
This will probably fall on deaf ears but that trident is probably an old 3.3v card and you can only use a single "keyed" 1.5 video card in this motherboard. its also not worth risking a 3 keyed "universal" video card in this board as so i heard they sometimes try and draw 3.3v instead of just 1.5v that they are supposed to be able to step down to hence the name "universal" agp (having both 3.3v and 1.5 volt keys)
Maybe this solution will help future second hand purchasers of this motherboard since they are still out there selling to this very day.
Integrated Intel graphics are not recommended for games because 3d graphics for games are too demanding. I would try lowering the detail settings and resolution of your games to the lowest possible settings.
It seems that your motherboard has no AGP or PCI express slots for installing a video card i recommend you buy a new motherboard and video card, perhaps a whole new computer will be more cost effective if you want to have better performace for your games.