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How did you install the driver? If you used installation cd, it may be outdated. The link above is for MSI and if you click on'"live update online", they will scan your computer and suggest any updates. I'm guessing this wasn't a first time install so you also have to make sure that whenever you want to update your card, you first have to uninstall any prior software then, intall new software.is your model actually NX7300le-TD256EH. Let me know at "add a comment"
You may have adjusted the video settings of the games to higher settings that may not be compatible with your card.
While in a game press the windows key and D together.
If you go back to desktop it means the video settings of your games are to set higher than your card can support.
Hope this helps.
For further assistance please feel free to ask me.
You can go directly to the ATI website and download the catalyst driver. This will give you the most up to date driver available. If you get a message saying "your model computer must be updated from the manufacturer" you should go to your computer manufacturers website and install the video driver from there. Please provide your computer model for further support.
Remove all traces of ATI drivers from add/remove programs and reboot before trying to install the newest Catalyst Control Center. The latest - 9.4 - does NOT have your card listed (they list the PCIe version, not AGP).
Recently ATI removed support for many of their "legacy" cards. 9.3 may be of more use to you.
IT MAYBE AN ERROR IN THE LOADING OF THE SOFTWARE, THE REFRESH RATE IN INCORRECT FOR THAT SYSTEM OR GAME,
WHEN DOES IT HAPPEN, MAYBE IN THAT GAME ONLY.
IT DOESNT HAPPEN EVERY TIME, INTERMITTING,
SOFTWARE OR CORRUPTED OR OUTDATE SOFTWARE FOR THAT GAME
DRIVERS ARE NOT UP TO DATE WITH THE MANUFACTURES SETTINGS AND CONFIGURATION SETTING AND SO IT TAKES OFF AND SOMEONE IS TELLING YOU TO UPDATE SO I CAN LEAVE YOU A LONE NOW
The following was taken from http://www.busdrivergame.com/support.php#14Based on the below description, I believe your problem would be solved by updating your video card drivers. The ones that ship with the card on cd are always very old. Here is a link to get the new drivers from NVIDIA.You did not say, so I will assume you have Windows XP, if so, here is the link for the most recent driver:http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_175.19_whql.htmlIf you do not have XP, then go to this link and find one for you OShttp://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-usIf this works, I would appreciate a rating, I am new to fixya and would like to get a good rating. Thanks and Good Luck!!14. I get a message saying: We are sorry, but the operating system failed to provide the window to render game graphics in. Bus Driver immediately crashes with a Prism3D error.
There are several possible causes for this to happen. In most cases, the critical element of resolving the problem is upgrading video card drivers. (See #8 above)
Reportedly, some computer vendors ship new machines with the system preconfigured, but without proper drivers for the particular brand of 3D accelerator card installed, including OpenGL support. Make sure to always have proper up to date 3D card drivers installed.
Upgrades of certain Windows components (upgrade of DirectX, a Service Pack application) may require driver reinstallation afterwards.
You may have your desktop color depth (Color quality) in Windows set to 256 colors. Make sure you have Windows running in 16-bit or 32-bit color depth.
You may be using a very old computer with hardware capabilities below minimum specifications required to run Bus Driver.
Hmmm. The blue screen isnt a good think. Even though people say what kind of model a dell computer is, doesnt describe the processor, memmory modules...how much...speed etc.
You need to uninstall your graphics drivers.
Download ccleaner and drivercleaner. Do a scan with both. Do a full driver clean with driver cleaner because it clears the junk out of your registry. Make sure you do a reg backup with both programs.
Now you can restart your computer and install the latest drivers.
the x600 card is a little on the outdated side and can probly run the game on low to medium. Start with 800x600 resolution and turn aniostropic and antiliasing off. Turn everything off that you think is necessary, start the game, and see how it runs. Download fraps so you can see your fps. If you get about 60 than you can turn a setting up. If you get 30 or lower, turn your settings down.
I hope this helps. Please contact me if you need any further advies. I also want to say that you should have at least a gig of memroy and hopefully 2 gigs to play the game at good settings.
AlanChong20, update you're video casr software. The radeon 9200 last update is listed at this link. http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/xp/radeon-prer300-xp.html
The date for the upgrade is Nov. 15, 2006 No more driver update are being made.
If you're game still gives you the same error try lowering the game graphics detail settings. If set to high, bring them down to medium. It very possible you're card does not have enough memory to play the game. The 9200 is a older card. It may be time to upgrade.