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Hi friends,ASUS GeForce4 TI4200 here running with Det's 30.82 (i tried also 40.71 and 40.72 but in both cases Paint Shop Pro crashed :-( ).Can anyone experienced explain to me why, from time to time, especially after running batch files, my Riva Tuner Digital Vibrance setting revert back to default and i have to open again program and reload my preference?What is wrong with Riva Tuner v.2? Or perhaps it's only my fault?Thanks in advance for helpingcheersLuigi ;-)

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Hey,no one out there for a suggestion?thanks in advanceLuigi ;-)

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Maybe nobody has your particular setup, i.e., board and software. I am running a GeForce2 Ti 200 64MB DDR with 40.72 and PSP7 Pro and it didn't crash. I don't use any of the tweaker programs either.

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>Maybe nobody has your particular setup, i.e., board and >software. I am running a GeForce2 Ti 200 64MB DDR with >40.72 and PSP7 Pro and it didn't crash. I don't use any of >the tweaker programs either. Hi.. older dual 500-MHz Xeon system here with TNT2 32MB OEM card and and 40.72 drivers. The new drivers FINALLY cured the Blue Screen issue in Win2000 when switching from `full screen' to `windowed' and back. This was a BIG problem in that any app that interrupted FS would likely `Blue Screen' the box. That meant disabling the auto-virus updates.. etc.Have tried the Riva tuner apps but ultimately went back to straight nVidia TNT2 with 40.72 drivers.. works fine although it cannot effectively perform anti-aliasing and the frame rates aren't the greatest with the 500-MHz system.. but very stable and 512MB of RAM. It's all-SCSI as well (translation: paid way too much for it).Also.. PSP7 has no problem with new drivers.. however the darn marquee bogs the video if it's around a complex selection.Cheers..!!Gregory Abbey - Edwinnengineering

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