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fosi 11-30-04 07:43 PM

asus v9900 fx5800 instalation problems (screenshot inside)
 
hi all..
a few days ago... ive bought a new grafic card... an asus fx5800!
( yeah... i know that its a discontinued product... blame me ) but im having troubles with it... when i turn on the computer... first all seems ok.. but a few minutes later, the screen monitor goes crazy... looks like an puzzle! like having random blocks of what should be the output! and sometimes.. it looks good, with none of this problems!

not even in bios setup i can see the output well..
is this a power supply issue?
do i need to change the agp voltage?
did anyone had this trouble before?
what can i do to resolve/debug this?
is there some software that runs tests on my agp card and memory?
pleeeeease do helpme!

heres some screenshots... sorry for the low qual
http://sapp.telepac.pt/fosi/fx.jpg
http://sapp.telepac.pt/fosi/fx2.jpg


syspec:
intel p43.2 on a msi 865pe-neo-2 platinum+1gbkinston
asus v9900 fx5800

saturnotaku 11-30-04 08:19 PM

Re: asus v9900 fx5800 instalation problems (screenshot inside)
 
Since the problem seems to manifest itself while Windows boots, I would have to say that the memory is defective. Not much you can do at this point except try to RMA the card.

Lfctony 12-01-04 12:40 AM

Re: asus v9900 fx5800 instalation problems (screenshot inside)
 
Bios problems = Bad card. Get a replacement. :(

fosi 12-01-04 05:19 AM

Re: asus v9900 fx5800 instalation problems (screenshot inside)
 
how about a bios flashing on the card? would it resolve this?
if its memory fault... :(
btw... the mainboard is fully tested with this card... passed all tests!
i know this... couse with the mainboard, camed next to the manual, a litle book with all the grafic cards that were tested and succefully passed!

and about this?
Quote:

Since the problem seems to manifest itself while Windows boots, I would have to say that the memory is defective. Not much you can do at this point except try to RMA the card.
since im not very good with english! whats RMA? replacing?

thanks for the help


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