Graphics card problem MSI 6600GT
I have a problem with my graphics card MSI NX6600GT while playing pro evolution soccer 5 ,when i play the game this big texture comes up

Please see this screen shot
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I havent put the zalman on it yet, you do reckon its an heat problem? i have tried various drivers im using 66.93 at the moment becaues i have tried nearly all the 70's versions. 77.77,77.72,71.89 when i install theses drivers its even worse

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No i am not overclocking at all

My SPECS ARE
Enermax EG375AX-VEG PSU 370W
MSI K7N2 Delta 2 Motherboard
AMD Athlon XP 3000
Windows XP Pro Service pack 2
1 GB PC3200 400MHZ

This is the only game on my system at the moment , and i dont think its the game because no one else has reported this problem within the game . The card is only 5 days old

Thanks guys for looking
I have a problem with my graphics card MSI NX6600GT while playing pro evolution soccer 5 ,when i play the game this big texture comes up



Please see this screen shot

http://img376.imageshack.us/img376/9538/untitled2su.jpg



I havent put the zalman on it yet, you do reckon its an heat problem? i have tried various drivers im using 66.93 at the moment becaues i have tried nearly all the 70's versions. 77.77,77.72,71.89 when i install theses drivers its even worse



http://img331.imageshack.us/img331/4166/untitled11ta.jpg



No i am not overclocking at all



My SPECS ARE

Enermax EG375AX-VEG PSU 370W

MSI K7N2 Delta 2 Motherboard

AMD Athlon XP 3000

Windows XP Pro Service pack 2

1 GB PC3200 400MHZ



This is the only game on my system at the moment , and i dont think its the game because no one else has reported this problem within the game . The card is only 5 days old



Thanks guys for looking

#1
Posted 11/05/2005 12:02 AM   
please someone
please someone

#2
Posted 11/05/2005 11:52 AM   
just updated to the latest drivers and now the game looks like this

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just updated to the latest drivers and now the game looks like this



Image

#3
Posted 11/05/2005 12:17 PM   
i will probably return this card , and get the XFX6600GT dont you think?
i mean i should be able to install higher drivers then 6.6.9.3 without messing up the game
i will probably return this card , and get the XFX6600GT dont you think?

i mean i should be able to install higher drivers then 6.6.9.3 without messing up the game

#4
Posted 11/05/2005 03:28 PM   
Mate it is most likly a heat Issue that is the problem. Get a few new fans to help cool down your system.
Mate it is most likly a heat Issue that is the problem. Get a few new fans to help cool down your system.

#5
Posted 11/07/2005 09:47 PM   
nah, that''s not a heat issue or a driver issue. You either have a bad video card, or some of the files of the game are corrupted. Those dont look like normal artifacts on a 6600GT. Seems to be another problem with your system.
nah, that''s not a heat issue or a driver issue. You either have a bad video card, or some of the files of the game are corrupted. Those dont look like normal artifacts on a 6600GT. Seems to be another problem with your system.

#6
Posted 11/08/2005 11:06 PM   
When trying different drivers you should use a utility like Driver cleaner pro to completely remove the previous driver otherwise you can experience problems, first use add/remove to remove the driver, then boot into safe mode and use Driver cleaner to clean the 'nvidia' option, then reboot and install your new driver. The problem is that just using add/remove alone doesnt remove all the previous driver.
When trying different drivers you should use a utility like Driver cleaner pro to completely remove the previous driver otherwise you can experience problems, first use add/remove to remove the driver, then boot into safe mode and use Driver cleaner to clean the 'nvidia' option, then reboot and install your new driver. The problem is that just using add/remove alone doesnt remove all the previous driver.

#7
Posted 11/10/2005 09:19 AM   
I would also note that (having run into this quite a bit recently) that even Driver Cleaner does not get everything. The reason I say this is that if I install the NVidia forceware drivers I cannot install Leadtek drivers after that, and if they do manage to install I get weird error messages.

What I did was created an image of my drive before I installed any drivers. It literally takes about a minute to restore the image from my DVD burner, and I am good to go to try more driver's. The software I use to image is shareware (at least the copy I have is), and is called BootIt NG.
I would also note that (having run into this quite a bit recently) that even Driver Cleaner does not get everything. The reason I say this is that if I install the NVidia forceware drivers I cannot install Leadtek drivers after that, and if they do manage to install I get weird error messages.



What I did was created an image of my drive before I installed any drivers. It literally takes about a minute to restore the image from my DVD burner, and I am good to go to try more driver's. The software I use to image is shareware (at least the copy I have is), and is called BootIt NG.

#8
Posted 11/10/2005 07:31 PM   
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