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Video Card Woes - Finally Over

I believe that my video card woes have finally come to an end.  As I discussed, the key ended up being my RAM, and not the cards.  Ultimately, I guess I can't use 4GB RAM + 2 video cards on Vista 64-bit.  This is good to know since I have 4GB RAM installed at home too, but only a single card (for now). After dropping my RAM down to 3GB, the displays look great, but I kept getting messages stating, nvlddmkm stopped responding.  This is the video driver for the nVidia cards.  I saw this a lot when I'd...

posted @ Thursday, February 7, 2008 12:04 PM | Feedback (0)

Video Card Update (still unresolved)

ATI wrote: These are only troubleshooting steps to assist to try and resolve the issue at hand. There are two possibilities here: 1) one of the video cards; 2) the system. Since you state that the cards work fine individually, the issue could be system related. However, can you get the video cards replaced and try, do you have the same issue? I am responding with: This is a brand new Dell machine with brand new video cards (which came from Dell too). ...

posted @ Friday, January 4, 2008 4:44 PM | Feedback (0)

Video Card Woes

I sent this message to VisionTek: I purchased 2 Radeon X1300 cards for use on a new Dell OptiPlex 740 with Vista 64-bit.  The machine is running an AMD 64 X2 Dual Core 4200+ 2.20GHz processor and I have 4GB RAM.  I have 3 Dell 198FP 19" flat panels. I have been having a hard time getting drivers running with a quality display.  Screen painting is slow and as I move things around, there is a lot of "pixel poop" left behind. If I remove one of the cards, everything works great on 2 monitors (one hooked to the DVI with...

posted @ Friday, December 21, 2007 2:10 PM | Feedback (0)