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monkeydluffy 09-28-2007 07:34 AM

Graphic Card Problem
 
"VPU Recovery reset my graphics accelerator as it was no longer responding to graphic driver commands"

this is the message that appears in the screen of my monitor after a few minutes of gameplay...

I have a ati radeon x800gto...i have a feeling its temperature related, but i dont know...that s why im asking here for help.

Hope you can help out. :D

b1gapl 09-28-2007 08:22 AM

Re: Graphic Card Problem
 
Hey monkeydluffy
http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a3...come-to-TF.png

Monitor the temperatures of your video card, with either Everest, or ATI Tool. It may be overheating, like you said.

Try reinstalling the drivers, or get the latest one.

monkeydluffy 09-28-2007 08:33 AM

Re: Graphic Card Problem
 
tkz! :D
I already did that, have catalyst 7.9 installed, i can´t see the temps on everest, think its my card that does not have sensor?
the ati tool you talk about is in the suite right? i only have the driver installed :P

gonna install the suite and check it out :P

b1gapl 09-28-2007 08:41 AM

Re: Graphic Card Problem
 
No, it's not in the suite. ATI Tool is a separate program, to monitor the temperature of your graphic card, as well as overclock.

monkeydluffy 09-28-2007 08:48 AM

Re: Graphic Card Problem
 
ok iīm on it...

do you think it could be temps? maybe even the cpu temps? because i think my cpu is too hot...its like 70 celsius right after i turn off a game...itīs a p4 3,2 with a stock cooler.

greets

b1gapl 09-28-2007 08:54 AM

Re: Graphic Card Problem
 
70C?!!...That is another reason. You should be staying below 60C, on load.

monkeydluffy 09-28-2007 08:56 AM

Re: Graphic Card Problem
 
****...i dont understand, its the stock cooler and itīs clean... :S

and i cant find the temps of the graphic card on atitool :P

greets

b1gapl 09-28-2007 08:58 AM

Re: Graphic Card Problem
 
Stock coolers usually aren't very good at cooling. But should be good enough, if you're not overclocking or anything.

You should either get an aftermarket thermal paste, like Arctic Cooling's MX-2. It's only like $6.

Or get some more case fans, to increase the airflow in the system.

monkeydluffy 09-28-2007 09:05 AM

Re: Graphic Card Problem
 
not good. xD
i just tried with my pc case open and still the temps are the same...could be processor problem?

thx

b1gapl 09-28-2007 09:10 AM

Re: Graphic Card Problem
 
It's probably the airflow in your case. How many intake and exhaust fans, do you have in there?

Although the Pentium 4 processors, are known to run hot.

You should consider the suggestions, from my previous post.


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