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Problems with ATI Radeon X300


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Krioniq

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Hi, I am seeking help with my ATI Radeon X300 128MB (PCI Express) video card. While I am running certain software titles, such as "Madden NFL 2006", the video will freeze the entire computer, sometimes recovering the system with ATI's VPU Recover. This crashing is liable to happen anytime there are 3D graphics on the screen within the application, and happens at unpredictable intervals. However, while running a more graphically intensive software title, specifically "Doom 3", I have no crashing issues whatsoever. My drivers for the card are up-to-date, and the card is not and has not ever been overclocked.

My computer's other relevant specs are as follows:

Intel Pentium 4 3.4 GHz
1 GB RAM

Any help in this matter would be appreciated. Thanks.

Edited by Krioniq, 25 January 2006 - 10:46 PM.

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