Problem with Ati HD 4670

Hey! Here is my error with my new Video card:

VPU Recover has reset your graphics accelerator as it was no longer responding to graphics driver comands :cry: :cry:

This error is since i installed Windows XP insteed of Windows 7 64 bit.

I re-downloaded and installed the driver, but always the same. This error pops up, when i play a video, or play java games on internet. Also all the games graphics are terrible. At windows 7 this newer happened. Please someone help me, and very very big thanks for helping! :sol: :sol:
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  1. try reinstalling the newest drivers, but first running driver sweeper from guru3d

    http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper/

    see if that helps!
  2. N.Broekhuijsen said:
    try reinstalling the newest drivers, but first running driver sweeper from guru3d

    http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper/

    see if that helps!



    Well, ive tried it but nothing
  3. http://forums.amd.com/game/messageview.cfm?catid=260&threadid=100973&STARTPAGE=1&FTVAR_FORUMVIEWTMP=Linear

    take a look at that.

    I have little experience with ati cards..... (want one though), so might not be of most help...
  4. not that this is underclocking the GPU. (make sure you dont accidentally overclock)

    if that helps then its clear that your GPU is faulty because its not able to operate at the stock speeds. if so ==> RMA time

    But first try it in a different computer, fresh install etc.

    strange still that it crashes in winXP but not win7. my nVidia card does it the other way around.

    well, all the much more reason to get win7 :P
  5. Go back to windows 7, It probably a dirext x 10 problem and since xp dont have directx 10 it causes issues.
  6. daship said:
    Go back to windows 7, It probably a dirext x 10 problem and since xp dont have directx 10 it causes issues.


    well, i have Directx 10 now.
  7. N.Broekhuijsen said:
    not that this is underclocking the GPU. (make sure you dont accidentally overclock)

    if that helps then its clear that your GPU is faulty because its not able to operate at the stock speeds. if so ==> RMA time

    But first try it in a different computer, fresh install etc.

    strange still that it crashes in winXP but not win7. my nVidia card does it the other way around.

    well, all the much more reason to get win7 :P


    well the reason i installed XP again is that, win7 is very incompabile
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