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    any advise on the ATI 9000 card in a laptop, i have the newist driver and 64megs on the card?

    running in a sup'd up dell 8200 laptop.

    graphics are hazy in doors.

    graphics are big black and brown squares out side, the curser also has rays from it.

    this machine runs every thing i throw at it, help please!...thx
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    any advise on the ATI 9000 card in a laptop, i have the newist driver and 64megs on the card?

    running in a sup'd up dell 8200 laptop.

    graphics are hazy in doors.

    graphics are big black and brown squares out side, the curser also has rays from it.

    this machine runs every thing i throw at it, help please!...thx
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    omega drivers?
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    i seen reference to that in this board. what is it and how can i download it? it would be great if it solved my problems!
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    might solve it
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    google
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    say maztec, i googled and omega'd and fix it! good show!

    the game seems to be running fine. are you aware of any risks or downsides to running this driver on the Ati card? overheats, crashes or anything? i use this laptop for work and any crashes would not be so good.

    thx again, i've been staring at the bloody box it came in for days and couldn't play it...

    outstanding!
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    might heat up a bit more than it normally does, I believe that's why manufacturers don't enable all of the systems ability.
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    no problem...thx again. I'm gonna go play M4!
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