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I thought it might be an OS issue so I created a separate partition with an XP32 Pro installed on it and the lag was all gone. micAug 7, 2005, 10:18 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)I seem to have a problem I'm guessing with ATI graphics. can you list your system specs here please, i.e CPU, motherboard, RAM, Power supply wattage. But still, a black screen may appear and it's annoying, is there any way to get rid of it ?. http://hcsprogramming.com/radeon-hd/radeon-hd-4890-crossfire-graphics-issues.php

I can tell you though, that the GPU temp is showing 40c. 39c on my processor. ____________________________Long Live Vana Diel. ▲ Page top QuoteReply #4 Aug 31 2009 at 5:29 PM I tried to reformat but it still won't work. It is strange, I don't know whether graphic card or my motherboard is damage. ABOUT About Us Contact Us Discussion Forum Advertising Privacy Policy GET ARTICLES BY EMAIL Enter your email address to get our daily newsletter.

What I did (and I thought I was being>>> > clever)>>> >> > is I downloaded the driver from the Internet (5.7 IIRC) and >>> >> > installed>>> > the>>> >> The > display adaptor is Radeon 9550 and Radeon 9550 Secondary.> These other problems may also be related> This one is tied to a message that says that windows encountered a I still get the same result> >> "MCR" wrote in message> >> news:[email protected]> >> > Mic wrote:> >> >> I seem to have a problem I'm guessing with ATI graphics. no longer responding to graphicsdriver Bybakurayuri Nov 1, 2011 Post New Reply VPU Recover has reset your graphics accelerator or it was no longer responding to graphics driver commandsClick to expand...

  • If you only have Vista or Win7 just make sure you use 9.1 or lower.
  • I still get the same result"MCR" wrote in message news:[email protected]> Mic wrote:>> I seem to have a problem I'm guessing with ATI graphics.
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  • I was just unaware the brand of video card made that big of a difference, but I'm sure on next gen games it doesn't.

Aekamasaki Bismark,Rabanstre ▲ Page top QuoteReply #19 Sep 01 2009 at 3:31 PM Rating: Good hpcjoshSage311 posts I have a XFX 4770 in CF mode no issues here. Thanks again MP, Will this card run on 250 watts power supply? Sign up now! I then installed the latest drivers (9.8) and had extremely bad lag in FFXI.

Newer display drivers still cause lag in XP32 though. try cleaning the PC and video card before the disabling of VPU recover option. thx gl, Nov 3, 2011 #10 bakurayuri TS Rookie Topic Starter the problem become worse. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/graphics-card-error-please-help Ask a question and give support.

I am>> >> >> randomly>> >> >> getting the following message -VPU Recover has reset your graphics>> >> >> accelerator as it was no longer responding to graphics driver>> >> >> TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? My old Nvidia APG 5600 ran the game just fine.

It's the only ATI card I've ever really had trouble with. http://winaudit.org/guides/vpu-graphics/vpu-graphics-accelerator-error.html However the computer running Windows XP SP2 (The first one) now comes up with an error with any game. Nov 1, 2011 #6 bakurayuri TS Rookie Topic Starter mailpup said: ↑ Yes, it might be the graphics card now that the driver has been eliminated as the problem. Hi all, Lately I have been having a problem with my graphics card.

You> can run two monitors at once, and XP treats it as such.>> Have any of your problems resulted in a blue screen, reboot, or> frozen machine?>> If not, you can http://hcsprogramming.com/radeon-hd/radeon-4870.php This phrase always pop out in my computer whenever I turned on my computer. Again, it's not terrible, but I'm not getting my $200 worth out of this card, and think maybe a EVGA GTX275 would be better suited. (Anyone have that card btw, and Gamertag MCROnline>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> RockAug 12, 2005, 8:22 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)zeamaze wrote:> I am victim of same problem, I read smewhere that this is because

I haven't been able to do a system restore prior to the date because there is no system restore points before installing the game that I can access (that I could i have tested all graphics.> > "Rock" wrote:> > >>zeamaze wrote:>>>>>>>I am victim of same problem, I read smewhere that this is because of Windows >>>XP SP2, if you uninstall SP2, I am using ATI Radeon HD 5670 4gb Ram Athlon 64 3000+ (1.81 ghz) Nov 1, 2011 #1 mailpup TS Special Forces Posts: 6,997 +373 When in safe mode, http://hcsprogramming.com/radeon-hd/wait-for-the-radeon-hd-7xxx-series-or-get-the-hd-radeon-6950-2gb.php Yeah, I remember with the GTS250 I had 0 lag, anywhere, at any time for any reason.

Hi Guys, I think that I have managed to fix it. So I continue to type, but before I could finish it, it freezed, this cased never happened so far. Thanks, I did as you suggested and I still get the same error playing any games.

No idea why it shows two.

Please check with your hardware device vendor for any driver updates.I have checked for updates, but the the system indicates that I have the current driver. But safe mode (network) or (without network) works properly without any black box or whatever thing, though it is still lag but it's understandable since safe mode is work without graphic Have you tried a System Restore to a point before you installed Dirt2? FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site.

I have a 4850 and the same thing happened to me when I ran FFXI under Vista x64 or Win7 x64. as PH said try system store before you installed DIRT 2. My computer is still lagging whenever I pull the tab. Check This Out If it wasn't, you wouldn't get any display at all.

Some of the cards by default have the fan speed set to an amazingly low 15%. But in thedisplay> portion of the Control Panel for setting display properties, two screensare> shown (one is shown as inactive)> "DL" wrote in message> news:[email protected]> > Are you saying you I had to send mine back to newegg for a replacement because the DDR3 in it was a bit iffy. If you only have Vista or Win7 just make sure you use 9.1 or lower.

No idea why it shows two. Weird I know, I thought the drivers on the CD were older, but whatever they were, they stopped the issues I was having.Maybe you should try an older driver?-- MCRMAME(tm) - The lagging I mean is like whenever you use safe mode (without graphic card) and you try to move some tab around with mouse, it will like lagging. The system was not responding to any keyboard > commands.> "Mic" wrote in message > news:[email protected]>> The error resulted in a blue or black screen and then recovered and >>

shut down Windows, and re-boot. I didn't because I can't find the uninstall button in control panel/add or remove program. Newer display drivers still cause lag in XP32 though. While it is in safe mode the graphics card is still being used.

Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Edit 2 : The problem persists me whenever I start my computer, just like old times, the thing pop out. But before I do, has anyone else experienced these problems? Is that so?

I've had bad experiences with ATI cards in the past, so I'm on the verge of taking this back and getting a EVGA GTX275. hey PH, the 9800GT is good, i was looking at the 5xxx series ATI for the OP, but that series uses PCI-E 2.1, im sure its compatible with the OP'S PCI-E I get this weird error where the screen will go black after awhile, then come back on with FFXI crashed, and a message saying "VPU recover has reset your graphics accelerator The main screen resolution for "FINAL FANTASY XI" is dependent on the "Overlay Graphics Resolution" setting.

when getting a new video card you must always make sure you have enough juice to power it, i.e is your power supply enough? The computer that I have is a Dell Vostro 200 Slim. So what is the main problem is going right here ?