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Can someone help me fix flicker in video and audio?

Discussion in 'ATI' started by Salvatore, Sep 7, 2003.

  1. Salvatore

    Salvatore Guest


    I get flicker in video and audio when using PowerDVD to play DVD's.
    The same flicker occurs when I play mpeg's in Windows Media Player and
    in the player that came bundled with the screencard. I have just
    upgraded my PC and installed the latest driver for the screencard
    (downloaded from ATI website).
    My system is;

    ASUS P4S800 motherboard
    Intel P4 2,4 GHz, 800 MHz FSB
    ATI Radeon 9100 Atlantis screencard (128 MB RAM)
    512 MB DDR RAM
    120 GB IDE HD
    Sony DVD reader/burner
    AOpen 48x12x50 CD reader/burner
    Audio integrated on motherboard
    MS windows98

    I downloaded some upgrades for the motherboard - among them an updated
    AGP driver, but when I try to run it I get the message 'You do not
    install SiS AGP driver'. But I'm sure I've installed this driver from
    the CDR that came with the motherboard so I don'r really understand
    this message.

    Can anyone help me get the DVD and mpeg playback work OK?
    Thanks in advance for help.

    Salvatore, Sep 7, 2003
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  2. Salvatore

    Mangyrat Guest

    your shur that driver package you used is not for a board with built in
    video? i had a problem like that with a biostar m7viw if i installed agp 3.0
    driver it would lock up and crash. after calling biostar i found out that
    the driver was realy not for my board it was for a diferent one with built
    in video ""lol it came with my board." the only way i fixed it was to format
    my sys and reinstall everything and i made shur i skiped intalling the agp
    driver. make a restore point everytime you install a driver that way if you
    screw up you can fix it.
    Mangyrat, Sep 7, 2003
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