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GeForce 3 Ti200 & FIC AN19C mainboard

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by Larry Roberts, Nov 24, 2003.

  1. I'm having a problem with system freezes while playing 3D
    games, and applications. The videocard came from my last system which
    it works flawlessly. The lockups happen at radom times during games
    that use hardware 3D acceleration, and while running 3D accellerated
    I'm running WinME, and it's a clean installation. All MS
    updates have been applied, and I've installed the VIA Hyperion 4.49
    drivers, and the 45.23 Detonators. This is the first time I've
    encountered this problem using this OS, and these divers. The only
    thing I changed was the mainboard. The other componants are from the
    other working system. Please note that I did a full format, and
    reinstall of WinME.
    The manual to the mainboard says that only 8X AGP 1.5v cards
    are to be used. From what I've read, the GeForce 3 is a 1.5v card.
    Would this be a problem? I also notice that in the BIOS, the AGP
    voltage reads 1.48v, or 1.49v, but not 1.5v. Is this a normal reading?
    I'm not really sure if the RAM chip is bad as I've had faulty
    RAM before, but it caused lockups in other applications besides 3D
    games, and such. Does anyone know of compatability problems betwen the
    GF3 Ti200, and the FIC AN19C?
    Larry Roberts, Nov 24, 2003
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  2. Larry Roberts

    Kuusinen Guest

    Your new motherboard may well be faulty.
    (I had similiar lockups with my Elitegroup mobo,
    after it got changed to another of same model lockups disappeared.)

    Or then again it might not...
    Kuusinen, Nov 25, 2003
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