So I was playing Fallout: New Vegas, when suddenly it crashed, and I got an error of some sort. Sadly I do not remember said error. But then I tried to launch it again, and got this error:
"Failed to initialize renderer. Unknown error creating the Gamebryo Renderer."
So I googled it, discovered a lot of people had this problem. No solutions, though.
So then, being sad, I booted up Borderlands, and got a General Protection fault error, googling this, I found a 75 page long thread on GearBox's support forum, and there was no solution there.
Being quite angry, I decided "Hey! Let's play some Dragon Age: Origins!" Starting it up worked great, then BAM "Failed to detect supported video card"
This told me it was a GPU problem. So I went ahead and checked the device manager, and it's all fine, my GPU is "working properly."
GPU is a ATI Radeon HD 4200. Crummy little onboard, but I run all the games I want somewhat decently. At least, at decent framerates.
Any idea as to what to do? I don't know much about drivers, so a link to a place to download drivers for the card would be great.
EDIT: Quick edit, I had played approximately ten to thirty hours in each game. I had about fifty into Borderlands when this happened.
Edited by Gtracer, 23 December 2010 - 01:27 PM.