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Thread: Gforce4mx440CRASH IN GAMES




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    HI
    SORRY MY ENGLISH IS VERY BAD BUT I NEED HELP
    MY GFORCE4MX440(SILURO)HAS BE A BIGPROBLEM FOR ME
    NEWGAMES LIKE GP4, F12002, UT2003,NF6HOTPURSUIT AFTER
    LOADING REBOOT MY SYSTEM OR ONLY CRASH MY PC
    IN OLD GAMES LIKE QUAKE3,GP3,COUNTERSTRIKE NO PROBLEM

    DRIVERS IS NOT PROBLEM BUT I USE OLD AND NEWS NVIDIA DRIVERS
    MY COMPUTER:
    ATTLONXP 1600
    SY-K7VTAPRO
    256MBRAM
    SILUROGFORCE4MX440(ABIT)
    Airton Senna Forever!!!

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    Are your motherboard and Direct X drivers up-to-date?

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    I have a VisionTek Geforce 4 MX 440 DDR and I dont' have problems.. But i also don't have my hands on any new games either. There must be some tweaks in the drivers that will make itwork. Or it's just overheating.
    Brandon Cook
    Sepherum Systems
    Pentium II 333MHz
    96 MB Ram
    Geforce 4 MX 440
    (OC'ed to the max 432,723)
    (default 270,400)
    2 SCSI 4GB Hdds' w/raid

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    What operating system are you using and what have you got the AGP Aperture Size set to in BIOS? :?:
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    ok my os is windows me
    my aperture size is default-64mb
    Airton Senna Forever!!!

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    Open it up to 128MB then and that may just fix ya problem. ;)


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    what is the apeture size anyway?

    -Tim

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    Well basically its how much system memory is allocated to the video card and with the rising rate of textures in gaming these days it must be stored somewhere within quick reach. A couple of years ago 64MB was fine but now with the amount of memory we have in our systems a minimum of 128MB is needed. : peace2:

    These are layman's terms so don't rip me about it. :D
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