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Insane Lag everywhere

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April 21, 2009 11:33:06 PM

I dont know if this is in the right section but here I go,


When ever I start windows and the windows Vista logo comes up and shines it lags while doing that, as soon as I get on to my desktop My mouse lags all over the place then after a while it stops but I can't play anygames with out stop and go lag even in single player with all settings at low. This never used to happen to me it just randomly started up. I scanned over and over for viruses,etc. but have found none. I sometimes get The USB Storage thing can be plugged into a faster port or something like that and, rarely just sometimes get memory errors and once and awhile i get the plug and play sound that i think tells you a a device has been plugged in and unplugged,
I also noticed that somehow DX10 has gotten on my computer but I never downloaded it and installed it...And I know that the 6 series cards made by nvidia do not support DX10.

I need some help on this I have tried everything,

ASUS P5LD2
EVGA 6800XT (256)MB Ram
1 IDE 120 GIG SEAGATE HDD(Main with vista Installed)
1 SATA 500 GIG WESTERN DIGITIAL(SECOND)
430 WATT THERMALTAKE PSU
2 OLIPTICAL DRIVES
VISTA ULTIMATE
INTEL CORE 2 DUO (2.8GHZ)

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a b U Graphics card
April 21, 2009 11:35:25 PM

Try a new mouse.
April 21, 2009 11:37:24 PM

Tried that, it failed. Forgot to put I have 4 GIGS of RAM
Also I have update al my drivers. I have a Razer deathadder Mouse
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a b U Graphics card
April 21, 2009 11:40:55 PM

dx10 is installed on vista by default.
a b U Graphics card
April 22, 2009 12:08:18 AM

I had similar problems when I got my GTX 260, After doing some simple tests, like various games and benchmarks and such, I realized something was very wrong, I opened Everest and it said my card was running @ 1X instead of 16. I had to RMA the card, the new one performed normally. Grab GPU-Z for kicks and giggles to check yours.


Either way your card may need replaced. Hopefully you registered the card, otherwise you may not have a lifetime warranty.


Edit: Nvidia Control Panel will give you the same info as GPU-Z, just click on System Information on the bottom left.(Scroll down, its the last one)
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Bus: PCI Express x16
April 22, 2009 12:16:11 AM

Thanks Cliff, actually I just ordered a new card on sunday and will be here tommorow
Just a simple XFX 9500GT, but I seem to be convinced it not my card its something else.
April 22, 2009 12:17:32 AM

And it is running at x16
a b U Graphics card
April 22, 2009 1:01:38 AM

It was just a guess. myself, I think it probably is just your card crapping out. So its a good thing you bought a replacement. Best way to find out would be to try your 6800XT in another computer, without opening the the new card incase it works in the other computer. I also recommend using Driver Sweeper to clean the old drivers prior to installing the new ones.
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