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Graphical glitches with 7600GT AGP in Vista

  • Graphics Cards
  • Windows Vista
  • Graphics
Last response: in Graphics & Displays
June 13, 2007 4:12:10 PM

I'm really not sure if I'm posting in the right forum, but here goes :

Hey guys,

I've been getting these weird graphic glitches while using my Club3D 76000GT AGP on Windows Vista Ultimate. I have tried a series of drivers,(158.18 , 158.24, 160.03, and most recently, 160.04) and no luck on solving the problem =( Right now I'm using 158.24.
Can anyone help me find out if it is a driver problem, overheating problem ?
I run all games in XP, and no glitches and no problems =|
The 1st picture is from StarForce : Rogue Universe, and the 2nd one, is while running Vista's Solitaire!
Everything is in their stock settings. No overclocking to the pc, nor the Graphics card
These are just to examples, because no matter what game I run, I always get this =\

Thanks in advance for you help guys

Everything is in their stock settings. No overclocking to the pc, nor the Graphics card

Videocard: Club3D 7600GT AGP 256Mb DDR3
Processor: PIV 2.8Ghz Prescott with Zal 7000CU
Mainboard: Asus P4S800D
Memory: 2 x 1Gb DDR 400 Dual Channel
Soundcard: OnBoard
PSU: LcPower 600W

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June 13, 2007 5:22:50 PM

i heard Vista hates AGP cards and only takes PCI-E.
June 13, 2007 6:14:16 PM

You Heard wrong then dude...I am running an AGP card in Vista with no problems. I know this does not answer your question but the problem certainly is not simply because you have and AGP card in a Vista box.
June 14, 2007 11:45:52 AM

Thanks for the replies, but yeah, it's not because I have an AGP card that the glitches are appearing.
Already did a couple more tests, and I can safely rule out overheating from the card. While in full load, it never got past 65ÂșC.