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Hardware accleration problems

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I, when i reduce the hardware accleration Under the disable directdraw and direct3d accleration, I can't play any games or 3d Applications neither fullscreen, or windowed mode. But if i enable the Directdraw and Direct3d accleration Windows Crashes completly, Gives off 2 short beeps then reboots. I'll include a DxDiag for now. Currently i have hardware accleration at maximum, so atleast i can use windowed applications.

P.S.: A little side note, if this has any relation to the hardwareaccleration problems. My VGA and CPU Constantly overheats, and i recently dusted it.If needed i'll post a screenshot of speccy.

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Hi again magyarvok21
Did you ever resolve this issue and if so how http://www.geekstogo...36#entry1886136 the symptoms you are describing may be caused by the same thing, poor power supply to components, what is the make and model of your power supply unit and how old is it, another question to ask is how many internal case fans do you have?
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