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No Video (Overlay) and no 3D-function

Hello,

I have a new 6100M2MA-RS2H motherboard runnning fine with an Athlon X2 BE-2300 and 2GB of MDT-RAM. The only problem is, that I cant get 3D (directx, opengl) running. When the system switches to 3D, the screen shows corrupted artefacts only. When I want to watch video, i.e. mjpeg of my Canon Ixus, there comes nothing but a flickering screen of red, yellow...

The system itselfs runs absolutely stable and fine with 2D U(windows desktop applications -> internet, picture viewing...) but when you want to test the windows screensaver (opengl), the same problem like above appears (in a window too).

I have tried almost everything, the newest nForce-drivers/graphic-drivers, new directx version, 2 times Win XP reinstall, fresh installation of the os and only the nforce/graphics-drivers and so on...but no effect.

Could it be a damaged 6100 chipset that only works in 2D?

Kind regards
Dirk from Germany

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  • dirkilongus Jun 04, 2008

    Thanks a lot,



    I will try this and take my Asus EN6600 PCI-e out of my Shuttle-Barebone (second pc), which has an onboard 6100 too (SN21G5, here the onboard 6100 works fine, but is too slow for some 3D games), but I think, that it will work to 99,9% with the 6100M2MA ;-)



    The Foxconn-Mainboard described above is a new one out of the box!! I have also contacted the seller (ebay). He told me, that he will ask an "expert"...but I want a new one.

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It sounds like you're onboard video card is faulty. Try installing a PCI-E card into the system. Foxconn claims they warant their board for life. It would be worth checking with tech (New board).
I found no bios update that would address a fix for the onboard graphics card. (Unable to function in 3D).
Onboard VGA, page 42 in the user manual.
Foxconn tech support: http://www.foxconnchannel.com/contact.aspx

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