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Anonymous
December 24, 2004 3:59:08 PM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.videocards.nvidia (More info?)

Anyone else having the infinite loop BSOD problem?

BFG Nvidia GeForce 6800 OC 128mb
AMD Athlon 3200+ CPU
ABIT NF7 Motherboard
1 GIG RAM
Windows XP Pro ,SP2
Latest website Nforce2 and Video Card drivers

Specifically this occurs with Neverwinter Nights.

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Anonymous
December 24, 2004 10:17:11 PM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.videocards.nvidia (More info?)

http://www.viaarena.com/default.aspx?PageID=5&ArticleID...

It's a long article, so bring a coffee. Basically there's no distinct
solution to your problem, just many things to try. And no, it is not limited
to WinXP systems.

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"Jason Gallas" <nospam@nospam.com> wrote in message
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> Anyone else having the infinite loop BSOD problem?
>
> BFG Nvidia GeForce 6800 OC 128mb
> AMD Athlon 3200+ CPU
> ABIT NF7 Motherboard
> 1 GIG RAM
> Windows XP Pro ,SP2
> Latest website Nforce2 and Video Card drivers
>
> Specifically this occurs with Neverwinter Nights.
>
December 25, 2004 2:08:39 AM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.videocards.nvidia (More info?)

Jason Gallas wrote:
> Anyone else having the infinite loop BSOD problem?
>
> BFG Nvidia GeForce 6800 OC 128mb
> AMD Athlon 3200+ CPU
> ABIT NF7 Motherboard
> 1 GIG RAM
> Windows XP Pro ,SP2
> Latest website Nforce2 and Video Card drivers
>
> Specifically this occurs with Neverwinter Nights.
>


This issue can occur using any motherboard or graphics chipset along
with the Windows XP Operating system. It appears that in most cases this
problem is due to a BIOS setting, specifically options affecting the way
the RAM, CPU and graphics card communicate with XP and DirectX. Improper
timing settings can result in system lock ups or random system reboots
as well. {From the EVGA community website}


Ensure you have both 2d and 3d settings are matched for the video card
settings to see if this helps. Ensure your BIOS AGP aperture is set for
128 megs to match that of your card. Get rid of your overclocking when
using the game. Finally, try a slighter older WHQL video driver instead
of the newer one you are using now.

regards

B
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