[SpamCop-Geeks] Re: Power management killed my video card?
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Thu Jun 26 22:47:30 EDT 2003
"Jason Hanna" <jhanna at integralservices.com> wrote in message
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> "Borgholio" <borgholio at earthlink.net> wrote in message
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> > Yeah, that's what's strange. It worked flawlessly for 6 months, then it
> > started running into problems. The ONLY thing I changed was the power
> > management.
> I blew my nose and Bill Clinton got a hummer.
> Cause "A" does not necessarily lead to effect "B"
> You don't have to change anything for something to blow up.
The worst problems I have ever had in dealing with computers were related to
Usually, but not always, the problem is caused by the last thing you did on
However, once and a while this is not the case and the perfidious nature of
electronics rears its ugly head.
In this case, the video card should still be under waranty, so the solution
is to get a replacement and then do the power thing again.
If the card fails again, or if it doesn't, the problem will be solved.
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