lol. My Graphics card had a problem.

#1



Reminds me of the time I used windows 3.1, but only.... newer.... My card does this from time to time and I have to keep reinstalling the driver. Oh, got to love the 8 bit era.
 


loathe

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#2
haha the old "turn it off then turn it back on" trick doesnt fix this?
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#3
What is the exact make and model of you graphics card?
 


#4
@loathe:

Yup, I keep reloading the driver back on and it dies out when I plug in my Samsung monitor into it. I am not asking for help but sharing my wonderful experience with windows 7 driver problems on my computer. Dont get me started on my sound card ;)

@reghakr:

Its the Nvidia 9600M GT in the new MacBook Pro (or in this case WinBook Pro because I never go on the mac side unless I need to edit something in Final Cut. haha...) I have 2 drivers I can use (one from apple that sucks and one from windows that sucks. Apple will not release new drivers for this anytime soon)
 


#6
huh, they must have changed that recently because the last time I check to download the driver, they said to go to Apple.com to download (which they only had the XP version that was on the CD). I am going to install that and try it out, thanks.
 


#7
That looks awesome, you should keep it that way. :p
 


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