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GPU-Z crash on Windows XP with MSI 9800 GT 512mb

Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by nemecec, May 5, 2010.

  1. nemecec New Member

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    I downloaded the latest GPU-Z (0.4.2) and ran it on my computer (Windows XP, all service packs applied) and it crashed (access violation), producing two files: CRASH.DMP and ERRORLOG.TXT (both are zipped and attached to this post).

    I have a MSI 9800 GT video card with 512mb (Nvidia). It could be a bit exotic, as I bought it from China.

    How can I troubleshoot this? Is the attached information enough?

    Neeme

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  2. Dyno New Member

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    Well, the 9800GT can only function using drivers, right? So which nVIDIA Forceware drivers are you running? I'm assuming everything else is working fine on your rig; Games, Applications, benchmarks. One last thing, can you please fill in your system specs in your USER CP, so we can understand exactly what you are running to better assist you, thanks.
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    Added output from NVIDIA System Information as attachment to original post. And added system description to profile.

    Thanks,
    Neeme
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    I am using XP + 9800gt, the 4.2 version has issues, just use the 3.9 version.
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    Thanks for the hint, 0.3.9 version worked just fine. Added screenshot and BIOS dump to original post.

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