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post #1 of 11
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I've recently purchased a FX5900xt with an arctic cooling NV silencer 3. I tried plugging the card into my AGP slot and I seem to get vertical lines that show up on the screen! I try wiggling the card a bit because I figured it was possibly a bad connection. I installed the Omega drivers for windows XP before hand. The card still runs in the system but when I get to the windows loading screen, it pauses and then a blue screen flashes with writing on it but it fanishes so quickly that I can't read any of it. The system just reboots after this. When the Windows loading screen comes back up, it says that the system was improperly shut down and asks how I want to start windows. I've gotten safemode to work once, but the vertical lines were still showing up. I'm not really sure one what to do. Can someone give me some incite?
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post #2 of 11
I had some problems with the Omega drivers too. Best bet is to uninstall them and get the Xtreme G 81.20c drivers. They work great with the FX cards.
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post #3 of 11
yeah omega....he doesn't make nvidia drivers anymore, maybe that's why
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post #4 of 11
Do you get the lines only in windows, or all the time? If its all the time, then it sounds like you have a bad card.
post #5 of 11
last ? is for your video card settings, did you have anything in the bios OC'd or set differantly? you might wanna change it back until after you load successfully.
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post #6 of 11
Did you disable the Onboard video in the BIOS?
post #7 of 11
Thread Starter 
I have not overclocked anything in bios. My board disables the onboard VGA if I plug in a card whether it be AGP or PCI. I do get the lines all the time, from boot up to reboot. I'm going to try d/ling the drivers that you suggested as well.
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post #8 of 11
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Where would be a place that I could d/l the Xtreme G drivers? I'm looking at www.tweaksrus.com, but which one is the correct one for my specific card?
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post #9 of 11
if its getting issues from the post screen on boot up- its not exactlly a driver issue. sounds more like something wasnt grounded and the video card got hit with ESD.
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post #10 of 11
This happened to me - took to a PC Store they said it was broken
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