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Created On: 08/06/2006 12:26 PM
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 08/06/2006 12:26 PM
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vdarsigny
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Hi, I have:
CPU: amd sempron 64 2800+
Mobo: msi k8mm-v
Video card: msi rx9550 256mb
memory: 1x512 mb 400mhz pc3200 ddr
Psu: 350watts

Since I bought this system the same problem always appeared: when I play a game like guild wars or even jedi academy (old game) after a short period the game block: the screen go in an energy saving mode and I have to reboot it to solve the problem. Sometimes I can play for 5minutes and sometimes for 40... I had a sapphire raddeon 9550 256mb video card and I exchanged it for the msi cause we thought that would solve the problem but it didn't. I bought a 12cm fan (for maybe a heating problem) but no amelioration. I've tried "everything in the book" and I also download all the newest drivers... I checked my ram, the temperature, etc. Now I'm really desperate somebody has any idea????????
 08/10/2006 05:07 PM
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Originally posted by: vdarsigny
Hi, I have:
CPU: amd sempron 64 2800+
Mobo: msi k8mm-v
Video card: msi rx9550 256mb
memory: 1x512 mb 400mhz pc3200 ddr
Psu: 350watts

Since I bought this system the same problem always appeared: when I play a game like guild wars or even jedi academy (old game) after a short period the game block: the screen go in an energy saving mode and I have to reboot it to solve the problem. Sometimes I can play for 5minutes and sometimes for 40... I had a sapphire raddeon 9550 256mb video card and I exchanged it for the msi cause we thought that would solve the problem but it didn't. I bought a 12cm fan (for maybe a heating problem) but no amelioration. I've tried "everything in the book" and I also download all the newest drivers... I checked my ram, the temperature, etc. Now I'm really desperate somebody has any idea????????




anybody have an idea???
 08/12/2006 12:37 PM
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Originally posted by: vdarsigny
anybody have an idea???



I exchange my psu for a 500watts with no difference... the same problem still...
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