vga driver not working

July 18, 2011 at 09:08:26
Specs: Windows Vista home premium SP2, intel coreT 2 duo E6550 2.33 Ghz. Ram: 2x1024MB
Mesh gaming PC Xtreme GT; twin Nvidia Geforce 8500GT graphics cards- ASUS drivers.
Following Nvidia drivers clashing with MS updates (freezing tasteful pink zagged) i am running on MS downloaded std vga driver(s) (poor quality images), one fine but other says 'not working properly'. Is this contributory to the overall problem? and how do i identify the problem?

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#1
July 18, 2011 at 10:14:22
"twin Nvidia Geforce 8500GT graphics cards"

The 8500GT is a low end card that's not much good for gaming. Why did you get 2 of them when you could have gotten one good card, probably for less money? Did you system come preconfigured that way?

Get your drivers directly from nvidia: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/inde...


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#2
July 18, 2011 at 14:10:24
The computer came with them loaded. They haven't been a problem until conflicts with MS updates have ensued. But how does that relate to an anonymous vga driver not working properly?

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#3
July 19, 2011 at 06:07:55
microsoft windows drivers are not suitable to any video card. download the drivers that miqlick posted. but again why 2 8500gt's? theyre performance together barely equals one 9600gt. u could have gotten a more suitable gaming card instead of 2 low end graphics cards

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#4
July 20, 2011 at 02:10:16
Thanks for the additional comment . My understanding is that with 2 graphics cards you could play at higher resolutions with plenty of frame rates and you can play with higher AA/AF. as i am not actually a gaming sort of chap i might well now look for asingle card such as the 9600. T%yhanks a gain dudes.

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#5
July 20, 2011 at 02:11:27
Thanks for the additional comment toxict. My understanding is that with 2 graphics cards you could play at higher resolutions with plenty of frame rates and you can play with higher AA/AF. As I am not actually a gaming sort of chap i might well now look for asingle card such as the 9600. Thanks again dudes.

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#6
July 20, 2011 at 22:07:18
sure no problem :)

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