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Old August 6th 03, 03:28 PM
Denis Lefèvre
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Default GeForce FX GO 5600 / sony VAIO GRT716S / BUGGGGGGGG !!!!!

Hello

Once in a while, when using an application which use 3D (mainly games, eg.
battlefield 1942, medal of honnor,...) the laptop freezes a few seconds...
it comes back to life, but the stuff displayed are a corrupted (quite hard
to describe, some part of the texture are ****ed up)... nothing helps but a
reboot... (annoying considering the fact that this bug shows up after 3
minutes of play)

does anyone encoutered that problems? and managed to solve it? of course no
new drivers are available for the geforce FX go... sad sad planet...

divebomb.





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Old August 6th 03, 03:36 PM
Alan Hinchcliffe
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what time limit is set before your screen saver kicks in?

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"Denis Lefèvre" wrote in message
...
Hello

Once in a while, when using an application which use 3D (mainly games, eg.
battlefield 1942, medal of honnor,...) the laptop freezes a few seconds...
it comes back to life, but the stuff displayed are a corrupted (quite hard
to describe, some part of the texture are ****ed up)... nothing helps but

a
reboot... (annoying considering the fact that this bug shows up after 3
minutes of play)

does anyone encoutered that problems? and managed to solve it? of course

no
new drivers are available for the geforce FX go... sad sad planet...

divebomb.







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Old August 11th 03, 12:04 AM
JJay76
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"Denis Lefèvre" wrote in message ...
Hello

Once in a while, when using an application which use 3D (mainly games, eg.
battlefield 1942, medal of honnor,...) the laptop freezes a few seconds...
it comes back to life, but the stuff displayed are a corrupted (quite hard
to describe, some part of the texture are ****ed up)... nothing helps but a
reboot... (annoying considering the fact that this bug shows up after 3
minutes of play)

does anyone encoutered that problems? and managed to solve it? of course no
new drivers are available for the geforce FX go... sad sad planet...

divebomb.


Try this site:

http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/oha...legpuindex.htm
 




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