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Tue Jan 08, 2002 10:59 pm

Yeap! I've been havin some trouble with my TNT2 model 64 under WIN XP. When I used WIN ME, I had no problems.
The problem i have is that Windows recognize the card, but somehow dont "activate it"... i dont know, its like i dont have a TNT2, instead a common VGA card. I CANT PLAY ANYTHING!
I downloaded the lates XP drivers, I've tried the solutions from Windows Help... but NOTHING!
PLEASE HELP ME IM BEGGING YOUU!

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dmitriylm
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Sun Jan 13, 2002 10:55 am

It sound like you didnt install the driver. Just go to display control panel and then settings, and then advanced, and then adapter, and then change it.
 
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Sun Jan 13, 2002 10:23 pm

NO, that doesnt work because when I click on "adapter" it shows me another card, "VGA Save" .... Just like I said.... its like i dont have a TNT2
 
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Fri Jan 18, 2002 12:37 pm

I have the same problem. I have a Tyan s1854, Celeron 466(overclocked to 525, 75mhz FSB),V770 ultra graphics card, 6X DVD(from my old Compaq 5822). Im running XP. When i let XP installed its own drivers for graphics card, My dvd plays but graphics is slow(35mps). when i installed Detonator XP drivers, graphics double(60mps) but dvd is choppy. What gives? Detonator XP are XP drivers but they dont let me play dvds. im lost.
 
SecretSquirrel
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Fri Feb 22, 2002 3:14 am

Hmmm, I installed XP on a TNT2 card without any probs. It recognized it and installed the proper driver. I did however go download the most current NVidia driver anyway. Installed in and things have been fine.

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