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ATI AIW probelm

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Crash893

"The man in black fled across the desert,
Joined
Mar 13, 2001
okay i have a freind that is having trouble

with his all in wonder ( i dont know what model )

but its a pci and it is in a shuttle ( one of thosue mini ) computer

hes getting ALOT of choppyness on 3d parts and his comptuer just acts a fool whenever he does tv



are there any generic trouble shooting techniques you can think of

i can find out more but currently its on the uss cole and he doesnt have alot of time to talk to me.

every thing else works fine ( hdd mobo cpu)
 

ptwearnhardtfan

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Southeast WI
Does he have access to different drivers? I think that's where I'd go first. Also, maybe the games he's playing are a little too new for his card to handle. Maybe the computer is old too.
 
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Crash893

Crash893

"The man in black fled across the desert,
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he just got a new shuttle comptuer its like a amd 1700

its got 256 of ddr

and i know the card had 64 ddr

i could understand it acting funky if he was pushing it but its just normal games and stuff that are acting up
 
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Crash893

Crash893

"The man in black fled across the desert,
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no

fresh install ( and new drivers and video software that comes with the card)

anyone else
 
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Crash893

Crash893

"The man in black fled across the desert,
Joined
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FREIND:the video up makes it go pink after i play it untill i reboot
FREIND: all in wonder ve pci
FREIND: 64mg ddr

here is what he describes the probelm as

and some more card info
 

D $hady

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My two guesses would be driver issues or overheating, but I'm leaning towards a driver issue. The latest drivers on ATI's site are March 13 so I would try to update to the latest ones.

BTW, is this WinXP?

About the pink video, is it the TV window that is pink or the whole screen?

I don't know how the ventilation is in the Shuttle PCs (I've never actually seen one in person) but maybe try opening the case and putting a big box fan blowing into the PC. Worth a shot to see if that solves it.

Maybe this is a problem ATI knows about. If worse comes to worse you could just send tech support a quick email.

I've had two AIWs and haven't had any major problems, so hopefully this is just a minor software issue.

Good luck!

-- Dave