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Then it means that you most probably don't have a PCI audio card. Shut down the computer, unplug the power cable from the power supply unit or from the wall socket, open the box and carefully remove the AGP video card. connect the display cable to the onboard video connection, plug in the power and restart the computer. As I said before, I suggest that you reinstall the drivers from the original drivers disk that you should have. Run the computer for a while and let's see what happens.
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First its not AGP its PCI and as I already said , I already removed the card etc , the problem IS the card itself and same for every other 6600 GT users ,I need help in finding the drivers that correct this bug that NVIDIA keeps ignoring, and I already formated 3 times and reinstalled the drivers etc , and the problem is still there.

Thanks for now and in advance,
Max
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Nowhere did you mention that you took the video card out. Having done that, is the computer stable now?
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-.- I took the card off , yes it is stable , It is stable with the card , only , i cant use fullscreen applications with the graphic card, I know it is the problem , all i want is a patch or correction of the 6600 GT.

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Max

Edited by mxdz, 21 December 2006 - 05:48 AM.

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