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Problem with Radeon 5870 (GV-R587UD-1GD)

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by vollfied, Apr 6, 2010.

  1. vollfied New Member

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    I have a problem blue screen code 0x00000116 what I have to do to repair it?? I don't know what to do witch it?

    I work on:
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD3R -> BIOS F7
    Processor: Intel I7 860
    Memory: 4GB Kingston KHX1600
    Graphic card: Gigabyte GV-R587UD-1GD
    Fan: Chieftec 650W

    I downloaded newest drivers to this card 10.3b http://sites.amd.com/us/underground/tips/Pages/catalyst-10-3-preview.aspx
    and the problem with HD video is still appearing. What should I do??

    Please Help!
     
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    How did you go about uninstalling the old drivers you had installed?
     
  3. jakeface1 New Member

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    This is a problem with the card specifically and gigabyte is working on a solution right now. I have the same card and they sent me this.
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  4. vollfied New Member

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    Old drivers just unistalled and installed new... I tried many versions of windows (Vista & 7) but it just doesn't work as it should!

    This is quite funny that they're working on it ... form that I know it's mostly problem with BIOS people using ASUS motherboard with flashed BIOS don't have such problems.
    ..so I have to wait for new drivers/Bios to install? ;> This graphic card is not so new, it appeared on market about 2 month ago, Shouldn't they develop drivers a long time ago?

    Does anybody know when they will be issued?

    Thanks 4 help
     

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