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Video Card Driver Out of Date

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I have a Pentium 4 3 GHZ 2GB Ram Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2 and NVIDIA GeForce FX5200 Dell 128 MB Video Card.

 

Every time I launch Video Wave I get a message that Your Video Card Driver may be out of date visit the manufacturer website to download an update. I have been to DELL and downloaded the driver and reinstalled and I still get the message.

 

When I ignore the message and go on Video Wave locks up as soon as I add photos to the project.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Thanks, Tammy

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I have a Pentium 4 3 GHZ 2GB Ram Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2 and NVIDIA GeForce FX5200 Dell 128 MB Video Card.

 

Every time I launch Video Wave I get a message that Your Video Card Driver may be out of date visit the manufacturer website to download an update. I have been to DELL and downloaded the driver and reinstalled and I still get the message.

 

When I ignore the message and go on Video Wave locks up as soon as I add photos to the project.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Thanks, Tammy

 

Did you try Nvidia's Web Site??? It can be located at Nvidia.com

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I have a Pentium 4 3 GHZ 2GB Ram Windows XP Pro Service Pack 2 and NVIDIA GeForce FX5200 Dell 128 MB Video Card.

 

Every time I launch Video Wave I get a message that Your Video Card Driver may be out of date visit the manufacturer website to download an update. I have been to DELL and downloaded the driver and reinstalled and I still get the message.

 

When I ignore the message and go on Video Wave locks up as soon as I add photos to the project.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Thanks, Tammy

 

 

Tammy, I'm having the same problem with the same video card. Did you ever get it corrected?

tonytexas

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Tammy, I'm having the same problem with the same video card. Did you ever get it corrected?

tonytexas

 

Tony, did you update the drivers for your video card?

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