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The only thing I can think of that might be causing a software issue is a few months ago it would not sleep on it's own at all. I know you're an early adopter and all, but at some point when it affects your day-to-day activities, is it time to jump back in the old boat?Shawn WheatleyMonday, 21 May If another video card also exhibits the same behavior then the video card is not the cause of the issue, in this case ruling out the video card has been established Video problem? check my blog

Just did a clean format/ xp pro install but problem still exists. I am going to send it back if it won't run normally. Stay logged in Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion Check the remaining components in the system for the cause of the issue.

Each vertical band is made up of smaller vertical spaced lines, that turn solid upon scrolling the screen. Ask a question and give support. Thanks PowerMac, Mac OS X (10.4), PowerMac G4 Posted on Apr 7, 2012 10:05 PM Reply I have this question too by japamac,Solvedanswer japamac Level 7 (24,390 points) A: Likely you Then you know if you need a new vid card or a new computer entirely. (It would at least rule it out and then you can put the new one back

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share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Deville, Jan 14, 2011 Deville thread starter macrumors member Joined: Oct 23, 2008 #4 Ok, it just happened revner02 View Public Profile Find More Posts by revner02 revner02's System Specs Jun 28, 2004, 03:15 PM #2 revner02 Newbie Join Date: Jun 2004 Posts: 2 Re: Radeon 9800 Each series differ in the pin out configurations; please check the manufacturer's documentation for more information.For AGP video cards, the motherboard and the video card must be compatible in AGP port This would include 1 hard drive, 1 optical drive, 2 case fans, 1 sound card, and 1 network card.300 Watts for 9700, 9800, X300, X600 and X700 350 Watts for X800,

I wonder how they calibrate new PC's that have Vista factory installed. I took a screen shot, and restarted. I know, not smart, but I hoped to get a good deal. I think I got another lemon.

or possibly a Gigabit Ethernet.The System report identifier (for example PowerMac3,1) is the best number to go by, with CPU speed helping to ID model.http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3082http://support.apple.com/kb/TA25585For Tiger, and plans to go to Apr 8, 2012 9:24 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by japamac,Solvedanswer japamac Apr 8, 2012 3:06 PM in response to NaplesRabbit Level 7 (24,390 points) Apr 8, Cards designed and pre-configured in either Dell, HP, Gateway ECT. I have a Dell with an ATI card that seems to go haywire occasionally when going into sleep mode.

Search the online article ATI AGP Graphics Cards - AGP Compliance Details for further information.Try the video card in another computer or a different video card in the system that being http://olivettipc.com/radeon-9800/radeon-9800-pro-128-agp-question.html Hard to say though because it was a few weeks after I installed NMS I noticed this display problem. Hide Question All replies Helpful answers by BDAqua, BDAqua Apr 7, 2012 10:10 PM in response to NaplesRabbit Level 10 (126,349 points) Desktops Apr 7, 2012 10:10 PM in response to I end up with a very jaggy looking messed up display that is mostly pink.

I don't want to have to underclock it.The problem happens from the outset. You may also... I love google pics. news I contacted ATI to see if theres a hardware problem.

But I hope someone recognises this problem and maybe has a sollution already Thanks! So you agree it's the [email protected] - Good idea, I'll try that.Scott HanselmanMonday, 21 May 2007 02:47:41 UTC my thinkpads,, regardless of xp or vista have it. While it's pretty certain it's the video card, at least that'd isolate it.

software issue?) would be to find an identical card to your new one and replace it.

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As for Nameci's comment, I'm assuming that the problem STARTS after sleep, not that it has anything to do with what's specifically on the screen when the computer goes to sleep. Design by @jzy I believe that there are some conflicts with other drivers. More about the author Most Liked Posts Deville, Jan 6, 2011 Last edited: Jan 6, 2011 Deville macrumors member Joined: Oct 23, 2008 #1 Hi, I have a dual 1ghz Quicksilver running Leopard 10.5 I

Blog Latest Greatest Hits Dev Tool List Podcast Hanselminutes This Developer's Life Ratchet & The Geek Speaking Speaking/Videos Presentations Tips Books ASP.NET 4.5 ASP.NET MVC 4 Relationship Hacks © Copyright 2017, i've disabled almost every device/driver/program on them, to no avail.oddly enough (not), my macbook doesn't have this problem. A process of hardware elimination should be applied in these cases. I was given a G4 Power Mac.

Login now. I would JUST test it with the old card and then swap them right back again, noone is suggesting using that card for full time use (OS 9 its great... Hard to say though because it was a few weeks after I installed NMS I noticed this display problem.Click to expand... Already have an account?