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hi alljust installed new...everything really, cpu, motherboard ,hard drive and floppy drive.reinstalled fs2004 and after 10 mins flying it crashes to desktop or just plain bluescreen.error when it shows is the G2D.dll file...i have a new asus 256mb xtpe video card on order.so can't rule out its my 128mb 9800pro..any ideas appreciated.. thanks steveAthlon 64 3500+ 939 pinAbit av8 mobo 939 pin1GB ddr 400 memory120GB SATA diamond plus H/DGigabyte 9800pro 128mb 4.9 drivers (latest)Dx9.0cFs2004 +9.1 patchActivecamera v2 +9.1 patchActivesky2004 +mr2 patchUltimate Traffic 2 + latest updatesWINxp sp2 +latest updates

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HiI too have the same card and your problem maybe card related but its not the cards fault. FS9 doesnt recognize the card. check your DISPLAY CFG file. You will see an entry for ATI RADeon 9700 pro but nothing for the 9800 pro. If you have installed the newest driver from ATI your card should run fs9 better than its ever done before.copy the following to your display cfg.;---------------------------------------------------------------------; ATI Radeon 9800 Pro 2k/XP;---------------------------------------------------------------------[00001002:00004E48:ati2dvag.dll]Disable=1[00001002:00004E48:ati2dvag.dll.1]MinDriverRev=6.14.0010.6422Disable=2not saying this will solve your problem but its worth a try.Don

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You should check your chipset drivers and/or DirectX.Click on Start>Run> type "dxdiag" (without the quotes), then wait for the DirectX page to stabilize.Click on the "Display" tab. Midway down the left side of that page will be a section titled "DirectX Features". If all 3 features are not "Enabled" you should go to your motherboard manufacturer's website and download the latest chipset drivers for your m/b.After installing the latest drivers for your chipset your should then reinstall DirectX follwed by a fresh installation of your video card drivers.Hope this helps,Greg

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