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Nvidia Geforce 9500 GT 1 GB doest working properly

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December 10, 2010 8:02:41 AM

Hello,
i have a nvidia geforce 9500 GT 1 gb Pci express card in my pc. i have 2 gb ram and a dual core processor. but while playing MAFIA II and Call of Duty Black Ops my pc hangs. and a error shows that my driver card ran out. its not happening when i am playing PES 2011 and Constantine. What can i do to play Mafia II and Call of duty Black ops ? plz give me solution or tell me why its happening?
December 10, 2010 8:13:08 AM

Please post your complete system specifications as well as the exact error message, word for word.
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December 10, 2010 3:15:36 PM

Your driver card ran out? I'm pretty sure that's not the exact error message. Post the exact message and your specs
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December 12, 2010 4:42:48 PM

ok i am on it
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December 12, 2010 4:51:42 PM

i have an intel dual core processor with 2 gb ram and mother board of INTEL DG31PR
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December 13, 2010 12:31:15 PM

You don't need a new graphics card or any of this business that these people are telling you, so don't waste your money.

NVIDIA has new drivers for the 9500 that are updates and specially for the new games such as, Call of Duty: Black Ops.

Just go to their website and redownload your drivers for the card. You might have to uninstall the previous ones, but all in all this should solve your problem.

Reply back if your problem persists!
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December 13, 2010 12:38:05 PM

And as far as the 9500 not being a suitable gaming card, that is a very misjudged accusation.

The 9500 is a very reasonable card given it's price and its performance. You can over-clock the thing to setting that of any higher performance cards. Also, keep in mind that most of the more expensive, higher performance, and features cannot be attained on any average computer monitor! Unless you buy a monitor that refreshes at 240 hz, which by the way is 24"+ and over $4-500. It is pointless to waste your money on a $5-600 graphics card. Reliability and convenience overrule ridiculous frame rates that average computer monitors can't even support.
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December 13, 2010 12:58:09 PM

This is a good troubleshoot, indeed.
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December 13, 2010 3:49:40 PM

windows xp and atx & P4 power supply with 400 W
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December 13, 2010 3:51:58 PM

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if the card is bad then the card is bad.
perform nVidia clean sweep of drivers then install fresh drivers.
if that doesn't work then a new card...


how can i do that? plz help me out. i am new here
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December 15, 2010 3:58:02 PM

the exact error message is given below



DIRECT3DDEVICE 9::p RESENT FAILED:RAN OUT OF MEMORY(-2147024882)
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December 15, 2010 4:19:07 PM

Crantanen said:
And as far as the 9500 not being a suitable gaming card, that is a very misjudged accusation.

The 9500 is a very reasonable card given it's price and its performance. You can over-clock the thing to setting that of any higher performance cards. Also, keep in mind that most of the more expensive, higher performance, and features cannot be attained on any average computer monitor! Unless you buy a monitor that refreshes at 240 hz, which by the way is 24"+ and over $4-500. It is pointless to waste your money on a $5-600 graphics card. Reliability and convenience overrule ridiculous frame rates that average computer monitors can't even support.


Hey dewaf, you can find an 80-120$ card that happens to be far stronger in gaming then a 9500 gt. Why mention 500-600$ cards when you can easily get a cheaper one that lasts him for a good 2-3 years?

@OP: What model or clockrate is your cpu, is it like a duo 2.2GHz? If you have a processor that's 2.6GHz or greater you should be fine, but that may be another reason if you experiance momentary freezes. A GT240 may be a good investment for mid gaming at a cheaper price, but replacing your RAM with 4gb would be a good idea.
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December 15, 2010 4:26:42 PM

Ram 2gb
Agp Geforce 9500gt
Processor - 2.50 GHz Dual Core
M/B - Intel DG31PR
and the error is

DIRECT3DDEVICE 9::p RESENT FAILED:RAN OUT OF MEMORY(-2147024882)
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December 15, 2010 4:58:25 PM

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GT240 was mentioned earlier too...

I can't agree?
Whoops, I forgot the common:
  1. ^
  2. I agree with Malmental on getting a GT240.
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December 26, 2010 10:12:45 AM

samury_xx said:
Ram 2gb
Agp Geforce 9500gt
Processor - 2.50 GHz Dual Core
M/B - Intel DG31PR
and the error is

DIRECT3DDEVICE 9::p RESENT FAILED:RAN OUT OF MEMORY(-2147024882)


I also faced such problem while i was playing Call of duty : Black ops !
Then i re-installed the whole windows xp ! After that i didnt face any problem . :hello: 
I think you need to update your graphics driver or direct x !
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