After hybernating with .avi file open, using a new nvidia card (I usually go ATI), all the image is conentrated in an ~4 inch thick horizontal band. I can hook it up to laptop with radeon 9000 card and get it working fine after fiddling with composit, horizontal (+,-), and vertical (+,-) a bit, but when I put it back on desktop it goes bad again. To start, the image widens and contracts until finally it collapses to the horizontal band. I have changed the desktop back to a radeon 7000 to no avail. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Go to your toolbars bottom R/H corner and look for the VGA settings icon ( nVidia or ATI). Right click on that...and look for rotation settings, from there just followed the settings... Have nice day!
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I recommend that try to download the updated driver for the Video Card because I've encountered that kind of problem with my Sapphire ATI Radeon 6870, I've just downloaded the updated driver through the ATI website.
Call of Duty 2 Minimum System Requirements
3D hardware accelerator card required - 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible 64MB hardware accelerator video card and the latest drivers*
English version of Microsoft Windows 2000/XP
Pentium IV 1.4GHz or AMD Athlon XP 1700+ processor or higher
256MB RAM (512MB RAM recommended)
100% DirectX 9.0c compatible 16-bit sound card and latest drivers
100% Windows 2000/XP compatible mouse, keyboard and latest drivers
4.0GB of uncompressed free hard disk space (plus 600MB for Windows 2000/XP swap file)
8x speed CD-ROM or 2x DVD-ROM drive
Internet (TCP/IP) and LAN (TCP/IP) play supported
Internet play requires broadband connection and latest drivers
LAN play requires network interface card and latest drivers
ATI Radeon 8500
ATI Radeon 9000
ATI Radeon 9200
ATI Radeon 9500
ATI Radeon 9600
ATI Radeon 9700
ATI Radeon 9800
ATI Radeon X300
ATI Radeon X550
ATI Radeon X600
ATI Radeon X700
ATI Radeon X800
ATI Radeon X850
nVidia GeForce 2 Ultra
All nVidia GeForce 3/Ti Series
All nVidia GeForce 4/Ti Series
All nVidia GeForce FX Series
All nVidia GeForce 6 Series **Recommend nVidia GeForce 7 Series or higher
Do your PC support the above hardware requirements?
The most common input no support would be your graphic card is not up to the mark to play the PC games.
Is your graphics card drivers up to date to the latest?
Have you updated your DirectX to the latest version?
As described above it depends on the card. If you have two nVidia cards (TNT upward) and the nVidia detonator driver running you can just change the cards. I did that with my 16MB Elsa TNT and 32MB Asus Geforce2 mx a couple of time for testing after some major power supply problems. I had never problems with that.
If you try to replace a nVidia card with an Ati try as citronym suggested. It should work well.
But if you try to remove an Ati card better make a backup first. I did it once on my brothers computer and even use the original uninstall software that was on the driver CD. After installing his new TNT2 card he had massive problems with crashing games who worked before. I took a look and found quite a number of leftover files with ati in it in windows\system. I removed them all but there had to be other left. At last we ended up with a complete new installation. It was a new preset computer so it wasn't that worse but be careful with ATI cards! Maybe try it like Othe Hill suggested because I don't know the right way. Or check the ATI site to see if there is some help!
Your Motherboard has an onboard video chipset made by Nvidia. Nvidia and ATI have a history of not playing nice with each other.
I have 2 possible solutions for you.
1.) Remove the Radeon card and use the Nvidia onboard card (Essentially a Geforce 6100)
2.) Enter the bios (Usually done by hitting <Delete> or <F12> while the computer is booting up) Your Motherboards manual can tell you for certain. Then find the options for onboard video and disable it.
Then boot up the PC, When it say starting Windows press <F8> to bring up the windows boot menu. Select "Start in Safe mode" Once this loads up open the device manager, look under "Display adapters" find the entry for the Nvidia adapter, right click on it and select either "Uninstall" or "Disable this device"
Which you choose depends on your personal preference Whether you like Nvidia or ATI boards better.
If it makes your decision easier a Geforce 6100 is roughly equivalent to a Radeon 8500 in performance.
If the error message says "Cannot find any compatible Direct 3D devices" it means that you do not have a supported video on your system, and that you need to upgrade your video card.
The Recommended and Minimum System Requirements for the are game mentioned below your system has to meet at least the Minimum System Requirements for the game to launch on your system. Recommended System Requirements: - 3 GHz Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent processor - 1GB System Ram - ATI Radeon X800 series, NVIDIA GeForce 6800 series or higher video card 1.2. Minimum System Requirements Minimum System Requirements: - Windows XP - 512MB System RAM - 2 GHz Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent processor - 128MB Direct3D compatible video card with DirectX 9.0c compatible driver - CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive - 4.6GB free hard disk space - DirectX 9.0c (included) - DirectX 8.1 compatible sound card - Microsoft .NET 2.0 Framework for toolset (included) - Broadband connection for multiplayer online play - Keyboard, Mouse 1.3. Supported Video Cards
- ATI Radeon X1900 series - ATI Radeon X1800 series - ATI Radeon X1600 series - ATI Radeon X1300 series - ATI Radeon X850 series - ATI Radeon X800 series - ATI Radeon X700 series - ATI Radeon X600 series - ATI Radeon X300 series - ATI Radeon 9800 series - ATI Radeon 9600 series - ATI Radeon 9500 series - NVIDIA GeForce 7900 series - NVIDIA GeForce 7800 series - NVIDIA GeForce 7600 series - NVIDIA GeForce 7300 series - NVIDIA GeForce 6800 series - NVIDIA GeForce 6600 series - NVIDIA GeForce 6500 series - NVIDIA GeForce 6200 series - NVIDIA GeForce 6100 series - NVIDIA GeForce FX 5900 series - NVIDIA GeForce FX 5700 series - NVIDIA GeForce FX 5600 series - NVIDIA GeForce FX 5500 series