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Here's everything in my setup:Athlon 64 3000+MSI RS480 motherboard, BIOS 3.82x512MB Transcend DDR400 Memory (Dual Channel)MSI NX6600GT-TD128E (GeForce 6600GT 128MB PCI-Express)Seagate 120GB SATA HDDVD-RW DriveFloppy DriveAntec TruePower 2.0 430W PSU Logged Gentil, Pres.Custom Computers of Naples, Inc.LANPARTY nF4 SLI-DRAthlon64 3700+ Sandy(o/c'd 2.8Ghz)Zalman CNPS9500LED2-1Gb Mushkin Extreme PC-4000 (Slots 2 & 4)(o/c'd 510Mhz)2 x MSI NX6800GT-T2D256 (o/c'd Stock)X-Mystique 7.1 GOLD - Dolby Digital Live2-WD Plus, the cpu is working fine right now without that gg00GT in it (which gave sentinel power errors all the time, and then every once in a while for a few Failing that i may have to consider an ATI upgrade clairenich, Nov 8, 2005 #6 pugmug Banned Joined: Jun 13, 2005 Messages: 2,857 Do not know but one thing about check over here

Logged Richard J. I may just give it a try, taking on board the additional advice from your good self I am embarrassed to say just how many hours/days i have spent searching for Jul 14, 2005 #5 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies. Originally posted by NBGsultan Hello all, The Nvidia power sentinel says I need to connect the supplementary power plug b/c it is not receiving enough power, but it is plugged in. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/blue-screen-with-6600gt.28412/

I was wondering what Thermal Grease you used on your CPU when you last mounted the Heatsink? (There is the possibility of a hot spot on your CPU that can cause The hangs only happen with the MSI6600GT card. My only other thought would be if the PSU is a cheap one that may be the issue.

After 30 seconds, you will see the message "Flash ROM Update Completed - Pass", then you have finished upgrading the BIOS. 6. Originally posted by NBGsultan So I need to reformat my HD??? Unfortunately, the freezing problem still carried on the same. Stay logged in Sign up now!

Password Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce This forum is all about NVIDIA graphics cards and related technology. Maybe it came out wrong.Interesting question about the grease with an interesting answer. Some memory wont work with certain motherboard and some video cards have issues with certain chipsets. https://community.futuremark.com/forum/showthread.php?14352-6600GT-Crashing-my-CPU-Blue-Screen-of-Death-PLEASE-HELP!!!! Generally a format will fix it but only if the hard drive is not dead or bad sectors.

Just letting you know what I've tried. Hi. or defective hardware ? Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service.

Join over 733,556 other people just like you! gmv, Apr 1, 2005 #5 snowblind Guest On Fri, 01 Apr 2005 21:41:11 GMT, "gmv" wrote: >Gee...you must be rich to be able to play around like that. >If there By 'normal use', I mean connecting to internet, d/loading the very many windows xp updates and playing 1 or 2 games. This problem only happens with hardware > D3D pipeline rendering, whatever that means. > I very much suspect the card to be defective from > the start so I sent it

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After approx. 2 minutes the screen will freeze and nothing responds. Lazarus7Feb 16, 2007, 4:50 PM I believe so but I'm not 100% sure, maybe someone else may know. I have no such trouble with >> the old video card and I tried several different >> versions of the NVIDIA drivers with the very same >> hang. http://quodsoftware.com/blue-screen/ssd-causes-blue-screen.html The PSU is Q-Tec 550W Gold Dual Fan (http://www.qtec.info/products/group.htm?pc=POWER-SUPPLY-UNITS&classics=1) I have no idea whether this is a good make or not - it was just something I bought from my local

If you have mtw1 gold, I would use that, rather than mtw2, which is still under development and has many known (and unknown!) issues. Did you install the motherboard drivers after you built the computer? Motherboard Forums Forums > Archives > Archives > Nvidia > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Profile Posts

BIOS settings are not tweaked.

If that doesnt work try an older version of the Forcware driver. NVidia GeForce 6600 GT - Scrambled text at boot Can't find your answer ? News:MSI REWARDS - PARTICIPATE ON MSI FORUMS, GET REWARDS Home Help Search Login Register MSI Global English Forum > Graphics Cards > Graphics Cards > Blue screens in games [GeForce 6600GT] My video card has 128MB RAM and my AGP Aperture is set at 256MB...does that mean anything...I got one more setting for 512MB and was wondering if that is any better

Each time the computer place gave it back to me (5 times over the course of 6 weeks) they assured me that they had tested it to their satisfaction, using various Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I am not sure if this is the video card or the PSU. http://quodsoftware.com/blue-screen/how-to-fix-blue-screen.html The system is now completely stable and I have no freezing or crashing of any kind!

A reload of windows did not help. This leads me to believe it is graphics card related.Does anyone have any ideas or similar experiences?My system spec is as follows: Abit IC7-G motherboard, P4 3GHz Northwood CPU, 1GB OCZ Like I said, I am new to all this so I might need a bit more elaboration. Did you install the motherboard drivers after you built the computer?Click to expand...

GripS, Nov 8, 2005 #8 clairenich Thread Starter Joined: Nov 7, 2005 Messages: 8 Thanks for that GripS. All rights reserved. So this is a possibility. Try disconnecting the secondary HD to see it it's the cause of the problems.

of direct x and latest Mb bios, and drivers from Nvidia website.I am also running the latest patch 1.1 from Nfsu 2s website.Any help would be greatly appreciated. Decided to try the new heatsink which came with the stock plastic thingy full of white thermal goo. snowblind, Apr 1, 2005 #4 gmv Guest Gee...you must be rich to be able to play around like that. Just don't do it during a lightning or windstorm where the power would go out and follow the instructions. (do this with the 9600 installed by the way) If it does

One other item that is could be is heat related, try opening your case and point a room fan right at the CPU and Vid Card. Click here to join today! GripS, Nov 9, 2005 #10 clairenich Thread Starter Joined: Nov 7, 2005 Messages: 8 WOW Thanks a lot for all that.