Graphical Issues after re-build

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Games' started by MGbassace, Apr 24, 2006.

  1. MGbassace

    MGbassace Guest

    Apologies if this is in the wrong thread, used to be a windows 64 thread.
    Hoping you can help, I have a Nvidia based 6800GT AGP graphics card, I have
    recently changed my motherboard from a Gigabyte k8ns to a asrock 939dual (the
    one with an AGP and a PCIE slot, I also run a dual boot OS Windows XP Home
    and Windows X64 Pro, Where as the gigabyte board had no issues running
    certain games under the 64bit, I am experiencing graphical anomilies on the
    ASROCK board, eg Tomb Raider Legend, has no menu interface in Win 64 yet runs
    okay on the 32 bit home version, I have tried updated drivers, Board drivers
    etc etc and still no go, Other games, Quake 4, will lock up on the 64 and not
    on the 32. Any Ideas
    Martin Glenn
    MGbassace, Apr 24, 2006
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  2. Contact the games manufacturer, and see if they have started with Vista
    support :eek:)

    Zack Whittaker
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    that up!

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    Zack Whittaker, Apr 24, 2006
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  3. MGbassace

    MGbassace Guest

    Zack, we know that it already works as it work fine under 64 bit using the
    old mobo, I have had an afterthought that it might be a windows 64 and board
    driver incompatibilty and was wondering whether to flatten and re-install and
    try the microsoft reference drivers for the board to see if that works.
    MGbassace, Apr 24, 2006
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