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Couple issues with Vista 64-Bit

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I recently did a clean install of Vista 64-bit and I've been having a couple problems. Systems specs. in sig.

First: I have two devices in my device manager that are "Unknown Device". I cannot figure out what they are, drivers for everything I can think of are installed. They are both located on the PCI bus, windows cannot find drivers online or offline for them. Anyone have any idea what these devices are?

Second: I have only noticed this problem in BF:2142. When I start the game I see nothing during the opening video sequences, when I get to the login screen I seen dozens of criss-crossing diagonal lines across the screen, if I press ctrl+alt+del then esc it returns to normal. If I change the resolution in game it returns and is corrected with ctrl+alt+del and esc. I have yet to actually join a game and see what happens. Any idea what could cause this?
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does it look like this? . .if it does then rumor says it's your 7900's to blame. . . mine does the same with EA games (generals and C&C3) and sparatically with steam. . . if you find out how to solve PLEASE let me know !!!

 
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Similar to that, but not exactly.
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Originally Posted by paiintballer05 View Post
Similar to that, but not exactly.
Well that was off of C&C3. . the colors change according to background colors and SLI may make it different. .. IMO its the same problem as I and Stupid Nvidia needs to come up with a solution for us 7900 owners.
 
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Corsair K95 PC&P 750 NZXT H2 Logitech G500s 
CPUHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Phenom II x4 965 WE Red Seagate Intel SSD 
Hard DriveCoolingOSOS
WR Raptor  Silenx Fans x2 120mm Win 7 x2 Unraid 
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pfsense Rackmount 16 bay hot-swap 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i3 2100t Gigabyte integrated 2x 8GB GSkill 
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