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Old 01-27-2006, 03:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Im using XP pro and i have installed an AGP 64mb Geforce2 mx200. I have installed it correctly, however, when the PC boots up i see garbled text on the screen (in the DOS bootup bit). when XP loads, its using XP's emergency drivers which are running at a very low resolution. I have installed the drivers from the NVidia website, however I have recently found out that the card is made by Gainward, will i have to get those drivers or does it matter?

Im using an AMD 1300 with 512 megaram on XP Pro platform! Help.....

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It shouldn't matter however if your telling me that the text is garbled upon bootup, it is a sign that the card could be failing hense why it is not taking the drivers. I would replace it. You can find a videocard on newegg that surpases the mx200 for around $45-$50.
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