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Thread: I have an annoying problem




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    I am running a GeForce2 MX from Asus the "AGP-v7100" series I believe. and I keep getting this annoying stuttering in the display.

    Like every second it freezes for like a .5 seconds or so.... it doesn't make games unplayable but its REALLY annoying.

    Does anyone know what would cause this and how to fix it?

    I am runnign windows xp, with 320 megs of ram, P3 866.

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    When did the problem start ?
    AMD Thunderbird AXIA 1000MHz @ 1400MHz
    MSI K7T266 Pro2
    Globalwin FOP-38 w/Delta
    1024MB PC2100 DDR (2-2-2)
    Leadtek Geforce 3 TD - 210/500
    Soundblaster Live!
    Plextor 16x10x40x
    20GB WD 7200RPM ATA66
    40GB WD 7200RPM ATA133
    60GB Maxtor 7200RPM ATA100
    Enlight Case / 17" Hansol Monitor

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    Wow. I am not sure. I did overclock my card a long time ago... but then I undid the changes. But I doubt it was that cause when I overclocked it it worked fine, and then when I reset it it worked fine too (I think)

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    I would try several different drivers to see if that makes any difference. At www.guru3d.com you can find many, many, many drivers to try.

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    Is your DirectX up to date? Try pulling the card and reseating it.

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    I had one of those cards and it did the same thing.
    cant help tho cos they just let me upgrade it to the g4 v8170 mx440 so i never knew why.

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