E-GeForece 6200 displays partial image when plays avi video
I just got one e-GeForece 6200 card and works fine with almost everything except playing avi video. It displays only central part of the video image, but other computers display the whole part of the image with the same file. rmvb files are fine. I tried with different players, they are all the same. Do you know any of the solution? My system is XP. Thanks,
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check in your bios settings that the correct settings is enabled if its pci or agp, maybe its some thing like this. hope this helps. also remove your drivers before your take out the card to changed it with another card, by add remove programnmes in control panel.
What Monitor settings are u using? Try higher frequency & if its a 17" monitor use 1024 x768 setting(resolution) and frequency 75-80 Hz. Also check the nVidia website for driver update for this model. I recently saw that there is a new driver in this category!!!!........sodeep
Uninstall both video cards, disable the integrated card in the bios, and then reinstall the stand alone video card. If you continue to have problems, please post what motherboard you use and what error code device manager gives.
Have you installed the latest direct X9 and have you completely uninstalled the last graphics card driver ad re-started your pc, if you had one previously as this can conflict.
There must be a major driver problem as video's can be played on the most basic of graphics card.
The only other problem may be the NVIDIA chip is not compatible with the motherboard, as i have had this in a number of cases before and had to replace with an ATI chip based card.