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Nvidia Fx-5200 Problem


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wix

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i recently bought ASUS v9520-x series vga card based on Nvidia fx-5200 chipset. it has 128mb memory and 8x bus. it worked fine with everything with the drivers i got from its CD. later, i upgrade VGA drivers from Nvidia website to Version: 77.72. after installing that drivers, i cannot launch NFSU2, and it saying "speed2.exe is generating errors and needs to be closed" and it's prompt me to send a report to microsoft about this error. I am using Intel P4 with Windows XP Pro with service pack 2. then i revert drivers back to the one i got with the vga card. and theres no problem.....is it any problem with my vga card...? i'm so dissapointed.... :tazz:

Edited by wix, 08 July 2005 - 02:18 AM.

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No. the problem is the drivers. Although the 5200 sux 4 gaming
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Its not that bad.
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Thank You very much. i have downloaded Nvidia driver version 71.84, and now it's finely working. by the way, i just wanted to know that, i have download the English version of driver version 77.72 which was trouble me, but this time with 71.84 i have downloaded the international version. that could be the problem.......?
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