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Where do I get memtest+? If you are referring to 'lannister80' ; His reply is not based on a PowerMac, he succeeded on a Mac Pro which are technically very close to PCs. (Hint: see Hackintosh) Some one else will jump in and give you the rest of the list as I can't remember all of them right now. Sorry, the original questions was :'ATI Radeon 9800 Pro with 128 MB of vram (the card is a pc card but it was flashed to work on a mac)' NOT A http://webstrategy360.com/ati-radeon/ati-radeon-9800-and-artifacts.html

It'll work forever without issueClick to expand... So I was not so 'full of crap' after all!Click to expand... You could also try updating your mobo's BIOS. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply 666sheep, Mar 21, 2012 666sheep macrumors 68040 Joined: Dec 7, 2009 Location: Poland #20 For better performance and http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/171855-ati-radeon-9800-pro-problem.html

Very few cards are known to work perfectly.Click to expand... I have bad news for you. Flashed cards will always have problems unless you find the perfect one!

Jul 29, 2006 #5 Zim TS Rookie Topic Starter My Second Harddrive has disappeared ever since i used Driver Cleaner software and i do not know how to get it back. All power supplies are not created equal, and I've seen "550w" PSUs die at 300w. That's why you always back up the ORIGINAL ROM first, so you can flash it back if necessary to at least get a working PC card you can return to the Flashed cards will always have problems unless you find the perfect one!

Fan is quieter and lasts a lot longer since it isn't racing at top speed all of the time. This guy is full of crap. A guide I created 7 or so years ago is still available to show you how. If not, has anyone encountered this before or does ANYONE know why this is happening?

The Radeon 9200 Pro PCI if you boot up on Mac OS 9 it crashes). the same board different ROM.. Join the community here. It might be a good opportunity for some of us who had a successful experience to give more info on this for the rest of us who are interested in converting

If any one of these is really low, i would guess it's a psu issue. But, it's very hard not to do it right, again, unless the person undergoing the process is a complete and total tit.Click to expand... Most Liked Posts Page 2 of 2 Prev 1 2 adddictedtomac, Mar 24, 2012 adddictedtomac macrumors regular Joined: Mar 8, 2012 #26 skinniezinho said: ↑ I don't know about 9800pro cards, share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply skinniezinho, Mar 24, 2012 skinniezinho macrumors 6502a Joined: Jan 1, 2009 Location: Portugal #25 adddictedtomac said: ↑ Thank

Already have an account? navigate here Yes, I suppose you could brick a card. Good psu brands are antec, enermax, thermaltake....and a few others. The card goes shortly after that.

Send us an email b. I would check the voltage rails inside your BIOS. the same board different ROM.. Check This Out Why?

Graphics are smoother, windows redrawn faster and more CPU cycles are available to run other software. As time went on we figured out easier ways and used reduced ROMs that fit on the 64K chips that most came with. TheGreatGrapeApeApr 14, 2004, 8:25 AM Make sure your chipset drivers and mobo bios are current, and try disabling fastwrites.Beyond that you're going to have to troubleshoot.- You need a licence to

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It'll work so long as the hardware doesn't fail or an OS update doesn't somehow kill your ability to use the card.Click to expand... Jul 29, 2006 #1 fastco TS Booster Posts: 1,122 Try using Driver Cleaner to remove the drivers in safe mode. idk how though share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply archtopshop, Mar 13, 2012 archtopshop macrumors regular Joined: Dec 13, 2011 #4 macboy13 said: Login now.

I was wondering if the problem was identifiable as a PSU problem, and if getting a 450-550 PSU would solve this problem? Set SMARTGart to: AGP 4x and disable Fast Writes. In fact this is why flashing the PC version is "popular" simply because the PC version of the card is much easier to come by, and when you flash the ROM http://webstrategy360.com/ati-radeon/ati-radeon-aiw-9800-problems.html Jimmy PS I have no idea how to update the BIOS on the card or my Chipset but would love to give that a go.

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The 9800 Pro was made for Macs as well, it's just extremely rare (I believe it was a build to order option?), hence why it is so expensive when you do So if you tighten the back screws and your card is now bending or bowing, you have tightened the screws too much. yup share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Xandros, Mar 25, 2012 Xandros macrumors regular Joined: Sep 19, 2010 #28 adddictedtomac said: ↑ Thank I've not, no.

I have to cold boot my machine and then I get the screen back again (however I have to reboot windows everytime). Any suggestions?P4 3gz 800FSB w/ HyperthreadingMSI PT880 Neo Motherboard512 3200 DDR RAM X2 (for dual channel)CD/RW DriveDVD DriveMaxtor 40GB HDDVD DriveSapphire Radeon 9800 ProWindows XP Professional 4 answers Last reply Apr Jul 9, 2005 ATI Radeon 9800 Pro 128 Blocky - Help =( Mar 17, 2006 ati radeon 9800 pro artifacts Oct 11, 2006 ATI Radeon 9800 Pro 256MB Jul 18, 2003 Did you completely remove the nVidia drivers before installing the Radeon?

Chipset and video card drivers definetly. Does anyone know what this is?