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Radeon ati 7000

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by froggy12, Dec 23, 2001.

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  1. froggy12

    froggy12 Thread Starter

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    I have installed a radeon 7000 video card on my hp8562.Well since then.none of my games will play.Seems all the 3-D graphics are not working well.I have a p3 192 meg system.Which is past the requirements.I have all updates drivers and also all updated direct-x 8.1.I have exchanged the card,and still no better.Has anyone else had this problem or is it just me.By the way the gaming problem is screen going probably 70% blank,just a few select objects.
     
  2. Rockn

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    Sounds like a configuration problem. What games are we talking about here and what OS??
     
  3. froggy12

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    Well i have tried dirt track racing,ghost recon,need for speed.and many other titles .they all seem to have same problem.I am running win 98 first edition.
     
  4. nineismine

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    Im having gaming issues also. Not as bad as yours but I'm having choppines and when I move windows around I have hanging. I think its just a crappy card I tried using their updated driver but it tell me that it isn't compatible with my hardware?
     
  5. SexyTech

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    Get Radeon Drivers here!

    www.rage3d.com

    They also have the Radeon Tweaker for OC'ing and special configurations!
     
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