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vid card mit be dying


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Jolen98

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:tazz: ;)
i think my vid card is dying
the reason i say this is bcause somtimes wen i start up it will ave lines on the screen so then i up the case and push the card up and then it goes away and i always ave to resink the card
how do u know if a card is dying let me know
thxs in advance
im in safe mode
-Joleen
ps i ave the recent drivers installd
i ave 2 other spare cards
the 1st is
mgi g2+/mila/8d/cpq
the second
ati not sure wat model
the one i ave in now is
nvidia geforce2 gts/geforce 2 pro

Edited by Jolen98, 22 June 2005 - 01:48 PM.

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Jolen98

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im gonna put in the ati card maybe that will fix it
i will let u guys know if it helpd
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i put in the ati one
and it a
ati mach64 gx pci
it not as good as the nvidia one
i went to the ati website but couldnt find the drivers for it
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Here is the link to the driver for the ATI: http://www.pcdrivers.com/video.htm number 07. It also looks to me the card was made for Windows 95. How old is it?
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i dont know how old it is
i ave xp sp2 they dont ave a driver for that one what do i do
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Well you can go two ways:
1. Download the driver anyway and install it (try this first).
2. Buy a new video card.
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well im gonna make a deal my cousin and work out a deal wit him to get a new vid card
thxs for the help
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