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Sortof mouse lag

Hi
i have upgraded from an nvidia geforce 2 mx400 to the ati radeon x1650 pro agp. before i upgraded i could play counter strike no problem, however now when i play i get like lag. when i move the mouse the game takes a second or two to catch up. it dosent happen all the time but it is frequent. i have tried updating and backdating drivers and this dosent work. i have tried different memory, this didnt help. the only thing i can find that could possibly be the cause is the southbridge. this ios running at avery hot 68C.

does anybody have any idea wat i can do to solve the problem.

thanks
wez

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  • wez1 Jul 06, 2008

    thanks dude

    i tried that and theres still no change, any other suggestions?

  • my1stfixya Feb 21, 2009

    I have the exact same problem using HIS ATI Radeon x1650 Pro. Upgraded from Geforce fx5200 where this problem did not exist. Have reformatted the disk and upgraded the graphic drivers.



    Anyone have another suggestion?



    Thanks from

    Matt

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Your agp acceleration would be enabeld you can disable it by opening direct x and display just disable AGP acceleration if it is enabeld.

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