Topic Title: after replacing graphics card screen is lagging and tearin
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 12/29/2013 12:30 PM
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ziedje
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hey,
I just upgraded from my geforce g210 to a radeon 4850. I also upgraded my psu to a Cooler Master B500.
When I first started up my screen was tearing like hell and it had input lag.
I thought that this was because the drivers so I installed amd catalyst (I think that was the driver).
I restarted my pc and still the same effect. I uninstalled al the nvidia drivers and software, rebooted my pc and still the same effect.
Also the most applications are giving a black screen. 
Here are some videos:
My Edited Video - YouTube ==> This was when I opened explorer and moving it around. Than I opened notepad and instead of wite it gived my a black screen.
My Edited Video - YouTube ==> This was when I started upt my pc and logged in.
My Edited Video - YouTube ==> This is how I run my cables.
I use this splitter: Splitter DVI-I - DVI-I+VGA
Because my gpu can only output dvi and my monitor only vga.
Can you guys tell me how to fix this problem?
Thanks.
Zied Waridat.
Sorry for bad English.
ow yeah, 
I run Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit
CPU: Intel quad core 2 clocked at 2.50GHz
I installed modded drivers for it beause I coould not install the default drivers. Link for the modded drivers: ATI Catalyst 12.11 Beta 11 Modded driver For Legacy GPU - Guru3D.com Forums
I removed every Nvidia driver,software and registry key's.
In safe mode I had no lag after all but that was probably because the res the lowest 360p or something.
Feel free to ask more info.



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 12/29/2013 06:27 PM
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4850 and 8.1 is a no-go. Go back to windows 7 or get a card that is still supported. You experience the "issues" because you're running the standard VGA drivers, as the 4850 has no 8.1 drivers and never will. Whatever you tried to install has no 8.1 support.



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 12/30/2013 02:15 PM
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Originally posted by: Eydee 4850 and 8.1 is a no-go. Go back to windows 7 or get a card that is still supported. You experience the "issues" because you're running the standard VGA drivers, as the 4850 has no 8.1 drivers and never will. Whatever you tried to install has no 8.1 support.

 


Will Windows 8 work? SO yes, how I can get back to Windows 8 without losing all my apps and data? 



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 12/30/2013 04:45 PM
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Windows 8 will probably work. However, think about 2 things:

1. Windows 8 vanilla support will end in 2 years, while windows 7 support will end in 2020, maybe later.

2. The only reason to use 8 is if you want to use metro apps. If you really do, getting a windows phone would make more sense.

I don't know much about going back to 8.0 from 8.1 while keeping everything. Look on the MDL forums, if it's possible, the solution is there.



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 12/31/2013 04:14 PM
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I just installed Windows 8 back on, still same effect, so I installed the latest drivers, still same effect, is it maybe because the splitter?



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 12/31/2013 07:51 PM
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I don't think so. It must be the same thing as the usual DVI2D-SUB adapter, only in a different shape.



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