Radeon 9800 PRO Crash.?
Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Blogs Search Log in Register Remember Me? Noticed you have SP2 and beta ATI drivers. I just bought it, and I'm thinking about RMAing it because 11.36 isn't cutting it. I did not change nor overclocked anything in my ATI graphic card! 1 answer Last reply Mar 29, 2007 More about crash problem radeon 9800 4745454bMar 29, 2007, 4:18 PM Yup, http://hcsprogramming.com/radeon-9800/radeon-9800-se-game-crashes-and-system-crash-verry-anoying.php
Do you know if what the cause of the crash is (i.e. Carter Sudeith Mar 04, 2004, 06:27pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Radeon 9800 Pro crashes, replacement for 9700 pro which Last modified Apr 08, 2006 at2:00PM Rowan I was going to refer you to guildwarsguru.com but I see you've already been there. Keep in mind that a 9800SE is a 4 pipeline card, so a 9600pro is about the same speed as what you have now. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/radeon-9800-pro-crashes-56527/
Angus Higgins . Now I'm getting hard crashes in addition to the above. Good luck!
- I have tried theses drivers: - Cat 4.6 - Cat 4.7 - Cat 4.7 omega - Cat 4.8 beta - Cat 4.9 beta - nforce 3.13 - nforce 4.24 - nforce
- My first card was defected and constantly overheated in my "icecube pc".
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- The computer stays on, but, the graphics are non existant, and therefore I cannot operate the computer, leaving me no option but to turn it off.
- And there is no problem with my cpu, its been running this hot for a year and its expected, I have a small microATX case with bad airflow, but I've confirmed
- Longtime C9 Lurker Last modified Apr 08, 2006 at1:18PM Angus Jason Cox wrote: What version of DirectX do you have?
- And now i'm out of ideas......
- Sounds like a driver or software issue if it wasn't crashing before the SP2 and beta drivers.
- atitool simply crashes the computer as soon as I press test or show render etc. 4.
if its one ver below the current then upgrade... A classic overheat look. 2. Together will fight the beast! if not..upgrade to one version below the current version ....
Last modified Apr 08, 2006 at12:59PM Angus LilCoder wrote: make sure you got the latest drivers and patchs for the game.. Thank you in advance!!!P.S. It even cleans the system registry of every single ATI entry.The url is http://www.ati.com/support/drivers/misc/catalystutils.html The file name is cat-uninstaller.exe.So, run this file and install from scratch!Good Luck Flag Permalink This was Microcrap is telling him its drivers...
Work hard; increase production; prevent accidents, and be happy. Yippie, hopefully this will work i think to myself. Current bandwidth usage: 326.30 kbit/s January 20 - 06:23am EST Forums Product Prices Contents Home Reviews Editorials Columns Home Theater Forums Price Search Community HWA Store Latest Topics Possibly do to overheating due to dust, but also possible to a now nearly dead card.
I tried different drivers, both ATIs and the Omega versions, with no luck. http://www.hardwareanalysis.com/content/topic/22820/ Tom Jul 17, 2006 #1 Rage_3K_Moiz Sith Lord Posts: 5,431 +32 That overheating look is called artifacting and it is usually a sign of the video card overheating or nothing wrong in bios. I'm really kicking myself for not RMAing it, as I've had intermittent problems pretty much since day one.
Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion http://hcsprogramming.com/radeon-9800/radeon-9800.php By the way, it happens in all modern games, not just Guild Wars. Last modified Apr 08, 2006 at1:50PM W3bbo Angus wrote: Sounds sensible, I have had to have the card repaired by the manufacturer (Tiny, which now is non existant) becuase of some Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and
My computer's specifications are: Processor - Pentium 4 3.0GHz Processors RAM - 1024Mb RAM Hard Drive - 200Gb Hard Drive Primary Screen - 19" Monitor (TFT) Operating System - Windows XP Sounds like a failed graphics card. Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums TechSpot Core Graphics Cards Today's Posts Radeon 9800 PRO crashing indirect3d Byufctom Jul 17, 2006 Hello. have a peek here So after trying all the video card drivers, and this being a 1 day old card, i figure it must be the sound card.
Toddy 2005-01-09 11:08:47 UTC #5 Yeah, I know. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Also keep in mind, i reformatted, updated everything, got the latest drivers and still no worky.
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Also, this could be an overheating issue. Try to change video card if nothing is working. Reply With Quote 10-16-2006,06:53 PM #3 CrimsonBrian Guest Re: ATI Radeon 9800 Pro, Crash & Freeze Problem Have you guys tried using the Omega drivers for the 9800? Should have RMA'd the fucking thing a year ago.
My system although a little bit slower, was rock solid. my system is a p4 2.8 800fsb with a 1024 of pc2700 ddr ram with 2 80gig hard drives and lcd NEC 1765 monitordoes anyone else have this problem? I took off the case door and put a 20 inch desk fan next to it and tried it on high, and this was after I took the card apart and http://hcsprogramming.com/radeon-9800/radeon-9800-pro.php A remark to Nvidia products though: hundreds of people RMA´ed their 6600 GT´s recently, because of overheating problems, as well as there had been those Hover vacuum cleaner noiselevel 5900 Ultras.
Sounds sensible, I have had to have the card repaired by the manufacturer (Tiny, which now is non existant) becuase of some problem, I admit that it was a different one, I have done alot to attempt to fix. Ask a question and give support. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.
I am pretty certain it is the graphics, and I have the newest DirectX. Inspect the board. Are you sure it's the card?