Big Probs with Leadtek A280 leTD Ti4200 My VIVO card....

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by El_JimBob, Feb 6, 2003.

  1. El_JimBob

    El_JimBob Guest

    Hi there - I'm new to this forum. Hope someone can help.

    Just installed my new card. I'm quite happy with it although i have a few probs.
    I like to regularly try out the new detonator drivers, but when i install new ones, all my games refuse to start. It will only let me use the supplied driver, and that is a version of the 3100 drivers!!
    Tv Out works ok, although, damn, i wish my tv had a s-video input :)
    The biggest prob tho, is that video capture will not work at all.
    When beginning to capture video, the puter blue screens, and i get the msg:

    DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

    STOP: 0x000000D1 (0x00000000, 0x00000002, 0x00000001, 0xEDF8AF14)

    nvcap.sys - Address EDF8AF14 base at EDF88000, Date Stamp 3d7cd4fb

    Then all i can do is restart the puter again....

    here are my system details, including IRQ allocations.

    Win XP Pro w/ service pack 1 and directx 9 installed
    Leadtek drivers + nvidia 1.19 WDM driver (ive tried 1.22 as well)

    IRQs:
    0 System Timer
    1 Standard Keyboard blah blah....
    3 ITE Virtual COM port
    4 Com Port 1
    6 Floppy Disk controller
    8 System CMOS/real-time clock
    9 MS ACPI-compliant system
    10 US Robotics 56k voice win 1806
    11 CMI8738/C3DX PCI Audio Device
    11 VIA Rhine 2 Fast Ethernet Adapter
    11 WinFast A280 LE
    12 USB Host controller
    13 Numeric data processor
    14 Primary IDE channel
    15 Secondary IDE channel

    All this on a Soyo K7V Dragon Plus mobo (the sound and Ethernet are on-board)
    Never had any probs before with my last capture card, but i thought an all in one graphics/capture card would be a good way to go, oh well....

    Hope someone can help

    JimBob :)
     
  2. Sazar

    Sazar F@H - Is it in you? Staff Member Political User Folding Team

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    try playing around with your PCI cards...

    I have found that the sound card generally does cause more IRQ errors than other devices... but this does not hold true for all setups...

    try out different setups (pulling pci cards out and running the system or changing configuration and testing the system) and see if this helps in any way :)