graphic card damage

July 19, 2009 at 03:51:24
Specs: Windows XP
Hai.. I have problem with my graphic card MSI NX8500GT and just use it 1 year. Suddenlly when I turn on my pc it become disorder. Im not sure why. I have the deep freeze to protect my PC.
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July 19, 2009 at 04:28:45
Definatley a problem with the graphics card. Not much you can do about it except get a new one. you could try reinstalling the drivers but I doubt that is going to make a lot of difference.

Have you tried booting into safe Mode and seeing if it is the same there.


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July 19, 2009 at 07:14:18
"I have the deep freeze to protect my PC"

But it doesn't protect your hardware from damage. You need a new video card...that one is fried. Since it's most likely still under warranty (MSI warranty = 3 yrs), go to the MSI website, check out their RMA policy & see if you can exchange it. In the meantime, buy a new card, preferrably something better than the weak 8500GT. The Radeon HD4670 would be a good choice. When the new 8500GT replacement comes in, sell it.

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July 19, 2009 at 07:28:12
I do it all ready booting into safe Mode.. but same..

did this problem came form virus, are can make 'disable' hardware..??
Are that suppose a virus could be written that would somehow cause my graphics card to get into a cyclic event that would overheat the chips..

because it damage my 3 pc at home.. it get same problem, is damage 1 by 1...

can u all, give me solution's for this problem.. before it's take 1 more my pc get same problem..
plz.. help me.. friend

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July 19, 2009 at 08:18:45
Your english isn't very good. Your video card is fried. It has nothing to do with software or's a hardware problem. Either you attempted to overclock it & took it a step too far or the card overheated & fried the graphics chip.

Does the card have a fan? is the fan still working? Is your case properly vented? You don't have the tower inside a cabinent, do you?

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