Video Controller problems

July 3, 2005 at 12:56:24
Specs: Windows XP, Intel Pentium 4, 128 MB R

I'm having problems with a Video Controller that has the '!' mark under Other devices at Device Manager, because every time I view a video file on fullscreen on Windows Media Player, Winamp v2.91, or RealPlayer, it looks choppy and somewhat pixeled. I tried looking for the Video driver on my Motherboard CD but it's not there. I wanted to watch my high quality video files that are supposed to have a clean picture without all the choppy framerates in Full screen on my 1.6 Ghz computer because it has happened to me since I got my computer fixed last week. Can anybody help me?

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July 3, 2005 at 13:33:41

Not enough ram. 128mb is barely enough to run XP without trying to get anything as intensive as full screen video to run.

Double your ram as a minimum. Go for 512 as a preferred and then post back if you still have a problem.

I used to have a signature but it disappeared and I just couldn't be bothered writing another so please feel free to ingore this.

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July 3, 2005 at 13:48:24

That 128MB RAM must be a mistake?? I see Pentium 4... I find it hard to believe they would hand out a mere 128M with a pentium 4??!!

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July 3, 2005 at 14:29:57

Jeez BB, please check before you make wild statements yet again, eMachines early P4's came standard with 2 x 64 PC800 Mem, and Dell's, HP, Compaq all have done the same, even today many branded PC's only have 256mb..................

The poster wanted a solution not hot air!!!

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July 3, 2005 at 14:32:55

The Joyful kun

You really need to update the Video Driver, if Windows Update does not offer then head over to the following site and download EVEREST HOME EDITION:

Quite agree it may be best to invest in more memory but if it is PC800 RAMBUS it may not be an economical proposition.

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July 3, 2005 at 20:25:29

Maybe in your part of the world... but I have 3 hp's and an ibm. 2 hp's came standard with 512 the older hp as well as the ibm came with 256. I did have an ibm 128 but that was 8 or 10 years ago.

Are my statements wild... or is it you that's a tad out of date?

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July 4, 2005 at 04:20:23

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