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Tue May 09, 2: Off-line Profile comments: Texas Flag: Copied the settings from usb. Download the nvidia web drivers for Just deleting the EFI folder will be enough? Now when i try to boot with that settings, it still stucks at black screen.
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When i add -f to the bootflags it reaches the apple logo and login screen. As soon as it reaches the login screen, the display goes crazy and it freezes. So apparently I can't boot without -f command. And the strange thing is it recognised my graphics card. All MacBook Pro Specs.
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Use of any content or images without expressed permission is not allowed, although links to any page are welcomed and appreciated. I updated the drivers and still causes problems. PT will actually freeze up and I have to close it with task manager. I am using PT 7.
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I did all of the Digidesign recommended Vista performance settings. I just grabbed that one from the store because it happened to be on sale! Probably a mistake. Maybe I should be using some other brand? I have dual monitors so need a card to work for that.
I don't know what other info to provide. Has anyone else ran into the same issue? I use the nVidia and its fine but have heard of problems as you describe. Really, its a lot more video card than Protools needs but back to the problem First thing I would try is dopwnloading the latest drivers from the manufacturer's website and try that. If that's a nogo, I would uninstall all the drivers and try it with the stock generic driver in Windows. The only reason I made a change was like you I grabbed a nicer BFG card on sale and then bought a second so my 2 systems have all identical components.
BTW, my name is Dave, but most people call me Thanks for the reply! I had already tried updating the drivers for it and no luck there. I uninstalled the drivers for it and did a reboot. When it was back up, it reinstalled the drivers again automatically!
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How can I make is stop doing that and then how do I install a Windows driver for it? Thank you for your help! I think there is something in certain GeForce cards. I had a dual DVI card and it was causing major issues. Running a Core2 Quad 2. Well after going through a few cards, we put an ATI card in thereperfectly fine ever since. I'd look into that. Find all posts by BradLyons.