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Vortex 01-07-05 03:42 PM

Problems in some Games with new drivers
 
In certain Games after about 5 Minutes the Screen suddenly freezes. Then after a few seconds the system crashes and a blue-screen appears.

I tried reinstalling all nvidia drivers but it didn't help. I've never had problems like this before.

I made a Picture of the error-message but I don't think it's very useful for you because it's in german :thumbdwn:

http://vortex.3z.ath.cx/bilder/bluescreen.jpg

I also tried the new BETA-drivers but they don't work either :mad:

saturnotaku 01-07-05 03:44 PM

Re: Problems in some Games with new drivers
 
Need system specs please, including power supply make and model.

jnd3 01-07-05 03:51 PM

Re: Problems in some Games with new drivers
 
Doch, ich verstehe ein bisschen!

Are you overclocking or otherwise pushing your memory at all? I saw consistent nv4_disp errors (very similar to what you were seeing, but in English ;)) on my box when I had my SDRAM timings pushed too far.

Vortex 01-08-05 05:42 PM

Re: Problems in some Games with new drivers
 
Thanks, it partially worked.

I reset all the settings to the defaults and I can now play up to an hour before it crashes :)

Oh well I think I have to wait until they release a new driver version...

BTW my system specs (I forgot to post them before):

AthlonXP 3200+
Geforce 4Ti 4200
Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe
768 MB Ram

Cream 01-08-05 06:06 PM

Re: Problems in some Games with new drivers
 
Maybe the same problem I was having

http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=42540

I'm blaming everything on SP2 and DEP :D

Vortex 01-08-05 06:43 PM

Re: Problems in some Games with new drivers
 
Well luckily I don't have SP2.

I'm trying to enable motherboard compatibility mode in rivatuner now and see if it helps.

I also run Fraps but I've been using Fraps for quite some time now and I never had problems. :confused:


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