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Win Vista Graphics Problems

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#1 rajantwr


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Posted 27 April 2008 - 10:13 AM

hey guys,

i did a clean install of windows vista in my pc. i have nvidia geforce 6200 turbocache 128 mb video card but when i run dxdiag, the display tab shows i only have about 80 mb video card and when i try to watch any movies i get a black screen (no video) but the audio is fine. can anyone help me in this matter??
I also get a message "rtclk mfc application has stopped working" each time i start windows. does this have anything to do with my display card???
any help will be highly appreciated


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#2 hamluis



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Posted 27 April 2008 - 11:22 AM

Did the suggestions from the following post work at all?


To change the amount of system memory, you need to go into the system BIOS and change the setting relative to memory allocated for graphics.


Your BIOS will have instructions on how to change any of the system values displayed.


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