There is a tool on the xp cd that will fix this, but I forget what it is called... Everytime I start a game, the game kicks me off after undetermined times, anywhere from 5 seconds to 10 minuts, and says there is a general protection fault, give me a Willamette_sucksMay 13, 2003, 8:40 AM That happened to me too when i installed my 9800 Pro.However, it was partly my fault.The problem for me, and im sure for you, is with Take Care,Richard Logged Richard J. check my site
I recently formatted my harddrive and since ive been experiencing some problems. See if that does it. I updated the motherboard bios, AGP drivers, disabled the onboard video in the CMOS. Logged Robob Guest « Reply #6 on: 28-March-03, 04:26:48 » i have a 300W Aopen psu, its solid, i have the spare power cord going to the 9700 pro, then my
Sim Site Rankings The AVSIM Staff Flight Simulation's Premier Resource! AVSIM is a free service to the flight simulation community. Torque Owner Michael Gesner #2 03/01/2003 (2:57 pm) thanks for the quick reply. You know that if you can see the POST then the vid card is working fine.Are you able to successfully boot to safe mode? Get the answer Ryan_Plus_OneMay 13, 2003, 4:40 AM That is a very strange problem.
Jun 25, 2003 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. Go to Device Manager, and open Display Adapters 4. the standard ati control panel does not have the ability to turn off AA and AF, only change it to "application preference". http://www.garagegames.com/community/forums/viewthread/9607 My codegen gives nice voltage all around.Wise Logged Richard nForce & GeForce Guru GENERAL OF THE ARMY Offline Posts: 14445 « Reply #4 on: 27-March-03, 23:08:17 » The following error or
News:MSI REWARDS - PARTICIPATE ON MSI FORUMS, GET REWARDS Home Help Search Login Register MSI Global English Forum > Motherboards > Older MSI motherboards > ATI Radeon 9700 Pro Problems « Remove any items under Display Adapters 5. BTW i tried ATI help, but after returning 2 e-mails with no help i figure i would ask u guys, thanks. · actions · 2004-Dec-12 1:12 am · your moderator at Not quite true.
Click on the Compatibility Options button in the OpenGL tab and enable those two things in there to make it work good for Battlefield 1942. http://www.guru3d.com/knowledgebase-entry/problems-with-radeon-9700-pro-and-windows-xp.html I'm thinking that it could be a shared IRQ setting. It could be a harmed Windows Install...I Had a GeForce3 Ti200 and changed just about 2 Weeks to the Radeon 9700PRO(Sapphire) and It Worked for me with no probs without formatting Could be damaged card?I don't think so.
But no harm in trying, and unplugging anything you don't need is a good way to go to eliminate hardware conflicts.Also, make sure that the onboard video is disabled (BIOS and http://mffonline.com/ati-radeon/ati-radeon-9600-problems.php If I switch back to my old graphics, it boots to windows with no problems. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I'm using the latest drivers for everything and nothing's sharing an IRQ.
on my pc alert i have 11.34-11.47 volts available so its not that power hungry Logged Print Pages:  2 3 All Go Up « previous next » MSI Global English If you find anything out, let me know. #2 wogg Max Output Level: -57 dBFS Total Posts : 1811 Joined: 2003/11/14 16:07:44Location: Columbus, OH Status: offline RE: ATI Radeon 9700 Pro: The following procedure to remove all mention of previous ATI drivers was sent to me by ATI support and here it is: 1. Check This Out I think there may be a config setting that will allow us to use the AA and the filtering though...
My system is from dell: 2.53GHz P4 512MB RAM Ati Radeon 9700 pro 128MB Could someone please help me with this? Delete the folders C:\ati and C:\Program Files\ATI Multimedia 9. Open Control Panel, then go to Add/Remove Programs 6.
You should know that, it is *very important* that you first remove all mention of any previous drivers before installing these 7.77 drivers.
When playing CS these instances appear after a while of playing (they are sometimes red, blue or yellow too, and sometimes sticks around after exiting the game). I ended up sending the card back to ATI and it was replaced after they "investigated" and found there to be a problem with the card. Called ATI and they said it was a hardware problem and not with the video card. anyone know where to get new firmware for the 9700 pro?.
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Before installing any new Intel or VIA chipset drivers be sure be running in standard VGA mode too, then install your video drivers after a reboot. Ryan_Plus_OneMay 13, 2003, 5:35 AM Dang it Sarke, stop disagreeing with me! If you get past the POST then you know that the initialisation of the card is ok and that it works in normal VGA, but the card might be physically damaged Torque Owner c-level #3 09/10/2003 (7:40 pm) I have the same problem with my 9700 card.
The reason it does this is because the ATI card clears the back buffer during each process so you only see what's behind the mouse cursor. I believe Tim said he was going to work on it so it refreshes the GUI's to make it work on all graphics cards. It's not like it can just give up a few CPU cycles and catch up later. To the point, it could very well be the Power supply not providing the required juice to this hungry video card.
ATI Radeon 9700 PRO Problems Started by , Jun 17 2003 03:12 AM Please log in to reply 1 reply to this topic #1 Inactive Member_Bigshot_*** Inactive Member_Bigshot_*** Guests Posted 17 Its filename ends with the numbers 6178 by the way.