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 08/10/2005 06:31 PM
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PameAMD
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Hello.

a question, actually i used a Athlon XP 3000+ barton core bus 333, used Windows XP SP2 PRO, and a BFG FX5700OC 256Mb video card, Mobo K7N2 Delta-L MSI, and my system crashed and reebot, then windows say the problem is video driver. /mad.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='mad.gif' />

the only solution is desinstall the GART driver (AGP driver), then windows work fine, no crash no reboot.

NOW MY QUESTION

The Sempron also have the AGP issue???

I think buy a Sempron 3000+ (512k L2) but my fear is that the processor crashed just at the Athlon XP /sad.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='sad.gif' />

thank's

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 08/10/2005 07:09 PM
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PLz stop posting the same thing twice. Itll do you no good. Moderator plz delete this thread.

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 08/10/2005 07:21 PM
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I don't think buying another processor is going to solve the problem.

As you have an xp3000, can you list your complete system in the other thread? Thanks.




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 08/11/2005 03:18 PM
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QUOTE(PameAMD @ Aug 10 2005, 11:31 PM)Hello.

a question, actually i used a Athlon XP 3000+ barton core bus 333, used Windows XP SP2 PRO, and a BFG FX5700OC 256Mb video card, Mobo K7N2 Delta-L MSI, and my system crashed and reebot, then windows say the problem is video driver. /mad.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='mad.gif' />

the only solution is desinstall the GART driver (AGP driver), then windows work fine, no crash no reboot.

NOW MY QUESTION

The Sempron also have the AGP issue???

I think buy a Sempron 3000+ (512k L2) but my fear is that the processor crashed just at the Athlon XP /sad.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='sad.gif' />

thank's

Pame
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Hi,


Technically the cpu should not be affected by the agp, gart driver. I had a similar problem with windows xp with an old grafix card with the sempron 3000+, the problem was cured by updating the grafix card drivers. The crash however never happened when i was running windows me, so probably your problem you are having is a windows xp driver problem.


Cheers Will


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