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Old 03-01-2006, 05:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I got this error. If you know i posted here before with game problems. Quake demo/bf2/source games all run not very good for a x1900xtx. Source games run the worst hitting 20fps

Tst
7
Pass

21

Failing Address
000265b0e14 -613.0MB

Good
b32f742c

Bad
b22f742c

Err-Bits
010000

Count Chan

4 1



The error is really in a line but i cant post it like that.. What does this mean?


I played day of defeat and i noticed that the "LED on the front of my case" was flickering very often. Same goes for quake 4 but with day of defeat it was more full lit up doing this every 10secs or less i would guess. With quake 4 only ran it for 2minutes but with those 2minutes the little light lit up softly every couple of secs


That normal?? Im out of ideas of why I have poor frames in almost all my games
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Means your memory has errors. <---Means that the ram is no good.
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