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By narges200 ·
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i get the following message when i run a pc diagnostics. what does it mean?
Diagnostics Results

Started: 11/8/01 4:42:27 PM
Finished: 11/8/01 4:52:11 PM

Test Depth was set to Average
Results for: Failed Tests

Video Adapter 1 [ASUSV7100PRO v11.01c] (6 minutes 3 seconds)
Started at 4:42:27 PM on 11/8/01
Ended at 4:48:31 PM on 11/8/01
Approximate memory (bytes): 66422272
Driver Version: 400
Width: 800
Height: 600
Color Depth: 16
Display Initial Test Message: False
3D Animation Test
Started at 4:47:12 PM on 11/8/01
Ended at 4:48:31 PM on 11/8/01
Wider Animation: False
Signature Value: 0
This test failed. This may have been due to
? A DAC (Digital/Analog Converter) problem
? The color guns may be misaligned
? An element in the LCD panel may be burned out
The diagnostic test reported:
Video Group Program Error FILE: ViewPod LINE: 604??A

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by Espet In reply to video

First, what program are you using to run those diagnostics? Were you having problems with your video to have caused you to run the diagnostics program? By your error message it looks like you have an ASUS motherboard with a built in Video adapter. Is this correct? Have you installed all the drivers that came with your motherboard? Let me know some more specifics and I shall see if I can help you further.

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by narges200 In reply to video

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by narges200 In reply to video

it does not have a asus mother board. i have a asus video card. i tried couple other video cards on there and i get the same message. i run the fix it utilities vers 3.0 and every time i do i get this message. i also have some curroptions on mydesktop and when i open my start menue, on the corner there are alot of color corruptions!

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by OTL In reply to video

Tried under control panel -> system deleting monitor and video card? Let windows prompt for disk for the driver? Could be the DLL that controls either could have been corrupted, reloading could correct. Could also just reload the driver, on some windows knows and will reload the corrupt drivers, that is why deleting forces the reload.

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