Graphics Corruption

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  1. TheRealelFarto

    TheRealelFarto New Member

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    Hello all,

    I've been having this problem for a while now. In all the games I've tried all the polygons seem to jump about from frame to frame which makes playing anything impossible.

    Here is an example.

    Does anyone have an idea's on how to fix this. Any help will be appricated.

    System Specs:
    P4 2.4Ghz
    Asus P4S533 Motherboard
    Leadtek Winfast GF4 Ti4600

    Thanks & Regards
    elFarto
     
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    When did the issue start originally? Was it all of a sudden? Did it ever worK?
     
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    does this happen in all applications? looks like it might be specific to that application.
     
  4. Chump

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    Try updating all your drivers. Could just be an issue with an old driver.

    Other than that, are you overclocking your video card by any chance?
     
  5. TheRealelFarto

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    Shinjikun: It used to work perfectly, then a few months ago it started happening. I thought it was just my installation of Windows 2000, a couple of weeks ago i reinstalled, but that didn't fix it. The only thing that's changed in my computer since it was built is the processor to what I thought was a faster one, but turned out to be exactly the same :rolleyes:.

    Doas: It appears to be in all apps, including UT2K4, Aquamark3, Lineage 2, Nexus: The Jupiter Incident and Homeworld 2.

    Chump: My card has never been overclocked and I'm using the 66.81 drivers from NVidia, and the latest AGP driver (1.17e from SiS).

    Some other maybe useful information... loading up a game, the problem isn't too bad, but the longer it's running the worse it gets, now I instantly thought the graphics card was overheating, but it has 2 fans, and a heat sink the size of a small country on it. To be on the safe side I installed an extra case fan, but that didn't make any difference.

    Regards
    elFarto
     

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