Well first system specs Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 6000+, MMX, 3DNow (2 CPUs), ~3.0GHz Memory: 2048MB RAM Hard Drive: 500 GB / 250 GB / 2 x 120 GB Video Card: ATI Radeon HD 2900 PRO / ATI Radeo x1600 pro *I'll explain after* Monitor: ACER 17" / Samsung 17" Sound Card: Logitech USB Headset *ignore that I just copy pasted from xfire profile... I didnt feel like typing a book.* Speakers/Headphones: x530 Logitech w/ PS2 Headset Keyboard: ZBoard Mouse: MX518 Now problem... Alright here is the load down Well after upgrading my computer a month or so ago... Which it did need an upgrade, maybe not really dire but needed. I have always been fond of ATI and AMD I don't have anything against Nvidia or Intel just personal preference. I have been playing all my games for that time period playing on higher settings than what I could perform them before. But a little pebble fell off a hill and a boulder came tumbling after. I'm like hmm I want to go play (First time installing and using.) Wolfenstein Enemy Territory... ... ...and then %^%BAM%^% I found that to be annoying and search high and low to resolve the problem I'm experienced w/ computers but still learning some stuff, computers change faster than what most people can keep up with. I tried Quake 3, I know both engines are quake 3 based so why not try that or Jedi Academy, but Quake 3 worked (Will try Jedi Academy later). So after a day of reading like a crazed person ADD kicked in, no not really, and I was like why don't I bench test something (I realized they were opengl based so I can try testing it with them.) some stuff today so I downloaded Lightsmark / FurRender both looked like nice programs. Keyword looked, they both did not run they gave errors. My general impression with anything opengl is first drivers, but what I can tell you is that my drivers are up to date to ATI's standards catalyst 7.10, I don't know if there is something just with that or not. But getting to that post about my system specs next to video card so you understand grasp that better. I put my old x1600 pro and my new 2900 pro 1gb video card in my crossfire board so I can use my 2900 strictly for my games, and hopefully take the stress off it to run extra monitors on the x1600, and it works as well. I'm personally perplexed by the problem if anyone can gimme a suggestion, and nothing irrational, I'm pretty much open for ideas. Sorry for the stringy post and bad grammar.