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One or two spaces?Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I See.., You Understand Those Terms Clearly by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / April 5, 2011 1:26 AM PDT However, going above a certain version causes your system to periodically hang, freeze, BSOD, blackscreen, or crash. solved Computer freezes after installing new graphics card help! Click here it's easy and free. Check This Out

I decided to do something drastic at this point. Login now. Thanks a lot,~Lasur Report • #7 Derek April 17, 2012 at 14:52:05 Did you uninstall the drivers for the previous graphics card and get the latest drivers for the new one? Windows 7 is new and so is Windows 7 64 bit.

Want to torture my systems? anyone can help me? I've only now come to realize that the Sempron is AMD's "budget" processor and not in-line with the P4s or Athlons. i have a small feeling it could also have something to do with something catalyst as well but ill try what u said.

Report • #27 Derek May 3, 2012 at 13:15:03 I'm going AWOL for a bit so I hope you get it sorted.Always pop back and let us know the outcome - The psu I bought was of Zebronics ZEB-450W (DSATA), 20+4 PIN - Power Supplies - Economy Series - Zebronics - Always Ahead - Largest Range of Peripherals My System Specs System Logged Calum ModeratorEgghead Thanked: 238 Certifications: List Computer: Specs Experience: Beginner OS: Other Re: Computer freezes with installed graphics card drivers, not without « Reply #1 on: November 26, 2013, 12:58:21 After configuring the vid card with drivers, reinstall the audio card and hopefully it will take another IRQ and you will be set....esp if you are using Win98 or XP.

Ruben TalpesFeb 16, 2015, 1:23 AM model..? A shame too, but I think Scan is probably the closest the UK have to Newegg in terms of a somewhat-specialist computer hardware retailer. As for PS recommendations...never go with the minimum. There's very little you can rule out with there being no other drivers available, and the slot and power cables are outside chances at best, so I do suspect your card

Report • #16 Derek April 25, 2012 at 07:51:03 Yep, it would be as well to eliminate the PSU from the equation as it is quite a possibility.Always pop back and That's it. I'd start there first.Unfortunately, 64 bit drivers are fickled. Logged swigguTopic StarterRookieThanked: 1 Computer: Specs Experience: Familiar OS: Windows 7 Re: Computer freezes with installed graphics card drivers, not without « Reply #6 on: November 26, 2013, 02:04:04 PM »

Maybe I'm acting out of principle rather than productivity needs, but sometimes you have to do it. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/computer-freezing-recently-installed-new-graphics-card-522853/ Logged swigguTopic StarterRookieThanked: 1 Computer: Specs Experience: Familiar OS: Windows 7 Re: Computer freezes with installed graphics card drivers, not without « Reply #9 on: November 27, 2013, 01:36:35 PM » http://www.scan.co.uk/products/750w...Thanks for all the help, by the way. The only real solution that doesn't work totally is to have up to date nvidia drivers and turn down the hardware acceleration.

And there's only one thing that works for certain, and that is reverting to driver 314.22, the last known stable version. http://libraryonlineweb.com/computer-freezes/computer-freezes-while-playing-video-games.php However, buying a new graphics card leaves a dent in the finances for a while, so when I get the chance I'll grab a new PSU and see if it fixes Please try again now or at a later time. one thing i've learned is that when i buy my next computer, i'll make sure it has an agp slot in it !

Report • #1 riider April 17, 2012 at 05:36:07 "My power supply is adequate, I believe - it is 727.8W max"Wattage is not a good way to determine if a PSU This makes me (with my layman's perspective) believe that whatever was causing the crashes while gaming has been fixed, while something else is causing these YouTube crashes. It is very unfortunate that Nvidia screwed up so badly on this one, but it can sometimes happen. this contact form If you happen to have disabled the Nvidia 3D and streaming related services earlier since you kind of not need them, then suddenly, the loading times of your browser may be

Join the community here. I fixed mine by entering bios and turning OFF, "pci downstream pipeline", or something to that effect. Now, let's try to analyze this in more depth.

Maybe a slightly reduced framerate in some of the games, but that's a reasonable price to pay until this thing gets fixed.

this time while gaming. What we want to do is work around the problem for the time being. Can any of you guys shed some light on how, exactly, a PSU could cause crashes... and this does not translate to even current distribution throughout your system.

Thanks Sep 13, 2005 #9 Merc14 TS Rookie Posts: 171 Autotom- Download drivercleaner pro (google it) and after you have it installed remove the nvidia display driver using the MS Did you try installing the video card in a different slot? Remember: Likewise here, if nothing has changed in your setup except the graphics driver, and new problems come up, then you should blame the driver and not other things. http://libraryonlineweb.com/computer-freezes/computer-freezes-when-opening-a-utube-video.php Freezing as in..

You're not alone. Side effects Once again, disabling the Nvidia streaming services might cause the browser loading lag. Yes No I don't know View Results Poll Finishes In 4 Days.Discuss in The LoungePoll History About Us | Advertising Info | Privacy Policy | Terms Of Use and Sale | BSOD reports that point straight at Nvidia?

And don't tell me it's not doable, it's doable, just requires far more effort in making the right environment and much stricter runtime restrictions. Type dxdiag in the search box and make sure no errors are reported in the Display tab.You could also see if there are any errors showing against Display Adapters in Device Graphic Cards [QUESTION] How to check the mb's of a graphic card on computer?hi, how do i check the graphic card mb's on a computer? Help!

Report • #5 LasurArkinshade April 17, 2012 at 08:49:41 Yeah, I figured that Delta wasn't a particularly good brand. Similar Topics BSOD after video card installation May 2, 2006 PC Freezes after installing video card Jan 12, 2011 Cant overclock video card memory even by 2mhz, computer freezes Jun 27, Computer Help forum About This ForumCNET's forum on computer help is the best source for finding the solutions to your computer problems. Report • #31 Fingers May 4, 2012 at 04:37:07 Even though you cannot purchase from them, they do make a good resource for evaluating hardware and getting detailed specs, which is

Disabling the streaming service is good enough. Mostly restarting gets things back to normal (or maybe I should say abnormal in this case LOL).Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks Report • #24 LasurArkinshade