Question about Sapphire Technology RADEON X600XT, (256 MB) Graphic Card

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Its always crash when playing 3D games, but for others its fine, solution please... thank you

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  • Anonymous Apr 11, 2011

    where did i can set up the resolution on my bios?, thanks

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Your card does not support 3D games. If you want to play 3D games you should look into buying a 3D supported video card.

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Hi,
Check ur BiOS and set the right resolution in the set up.

Thanks!

Posted on Apr 11, 2011

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    On start up of ur computer, click the "Delete" or "F2"(depends on ur board) to enter the bios set up, check ur board or video card type, set the right memory for ur vid card(64,128,256mb) and exit then saving the adjustment.

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