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Here is my problem here is a pic ohh and i overclocked my card that should not be a problem though....
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I say video driver issue. Try a different one, and try again. Also, try a reboot and run it again. Also, try at stock settings and see what happens.
 

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I recommend uninstalling the current NVIDIA Display Driver and installing version 186.18 instead:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7_wi...6.18_whql.html

Here's a direct download link to the file:

http://us.download.nvidia.com/Window...glish_whql.exe

If this doesn't work, then just keep trying all of the older, archived drivers here:

http://www.nvidia.com/Download/Find.aspx?lang=en-us

The main reason why this may be necessary is because you are trying to use the old 6200TC with the very latest driver. So trying an older driver in the 18x.xx series will probably prove to be absolutely successful - especially famous 186.18 which is favored by many enthusiasts here on Overclock.net.
 

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Please forgive me, but how many more threads are you going to create about this?
  1. Need help with W7 Ultimate
  2. Windows 7 Video Card Problem
  3. And now this one: Windows Seven WEI Probelm
Look, I know you are very determined to solve this, but just bump the original thread about once every 12 to 24 hours.

Unfortunately yes ok thanks i will just stick to this one for a long time now

Ohh and i don't understand i fixed another computer with a GF 5500 video card and it had no problems what so ever it even ran Windows Areo.......
 

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I recommend uninstalling the current NVIDIA Display Driver and installing version 186.18 instead:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7_wi...6.18_whql.html

Here's a direct download link to the file:

http://us.download.nvidia.com/Window...glish_whql.exe

If this doesn't work, then just keep trying all of the older, archived drivers here:

http://www.nvidia.com/Download/Find.aspx?lang=en-us

The main reason why this may be necessary is because you are trying to use the old 6200TC with the very latest driver. So trying an older driver in the 18x.xx series will probably prove to be absolutely successful - especially famous 186.18 which is favored by many enthusiasts here on Overclock.net.

Hopefully it will work.
 

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I recommend uninstalling the current NVIDIA Display Driver and installing version 186.18 instead:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7_wi...6.18_whql.html

Here's a direct download link to the file:

http://us.download.nvidia.com/Window...glish_whql.exe

If this doesn't work, then just keep trying all of the older, archived drivers here:

http://www.nvidia.com/Download/Find.aspx?lang=en-us

The main reason why this may be necessary is because you are trying to use the old 6200TC with the very latest driver. So trying an older driver in the 18x.xx series will probably prove to be absolutely successful - especially famous 186.18 which is favored by many enthusiasts here on Overclock.net.

Same Problem no diff
 

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Same Problem no diff

How many drivers did you try?
 

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How many drivers did you try?

Almost all
 

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I do not know if this relates, but my WEI rating in Windows 7 got better when I installed DirectX 10. I was surprised but Win7 does not have this pre-installed.

My Video scores went from 6.0 / 6.0* to 7.7/7.7* ( I have 2x HD 5850s) Simply by installing Direct X latest runtimes.

*Graphics/Gaming graphics
 

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Maybe a silly thing.. but its the first thing that popped to my head for some reason.. If i remember correctly Vista/7 had some issues when the time and date were wrong. Example : not logging in MSN Messenger, windows update not working giving errors. Could you check your time settings or sync with windows time?
 

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I do not know if this relates, but my WEI rating in Windows 7 got better when I installed DirectX 10. I was surprised but Win7 does not have this pre-installed.

My Video scores went from 6.0 / 6.0* to 7.7/7.7* ( I have 2x HD 5850s) Simply by installing Direct X latest runtimes.

*Graphics/Gaming graphics

Where can i get the runtime updates?
 

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Maybe a silly thing.. but its the first thing that popped to my head for some reason.. If i remember correctly Vista/7 had some issues when the time and date were wrong. Example : not logging in MSN Messenger, windows update not working giving errors. Could you check your time settings or sync with windows time?

How?
 

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Click on the clock on taskbar, change date and time, go to the internet time tab, see if it gives any errors. If it does , click on change setings then update time. Although i doubt that is the problem because the error it gives is for playback but there's no harm in trying


It's in sync
 

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Have u tried playing a video or running games?

WEll i'm having problems with playing video it says that i have a problem with my video card but i can play games.
 

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Almost all

Damn. I would think that since you tried almost all of them that there would have been a difference by now.

I think I'm out of ideas right now. I'm sorry.


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Where can i get the runtime updates?

Click on the clock on taskbar, change date and time, go to the internet time tab, see if it gives any errors. If it does , click on change setings then update time. Although i doubt that is the problem because the error it gives is for playback but there's no harm in trying


Edit : Link for the directX setup. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

Speedster: have you installed this latest version of DirectX yet?

Oh, and do you reboot every day? I've come across some people who leave their system on 24/7 and never reboot which sometimes causes problems that are solved by rebooting. Although, I admit that I don't think that's happening here.
 

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Yes i do reboot and yes insstaled DX
 
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