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Autocad2000, Windows2000, artifacts, etc.

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03-20-2001 10:46 AM
Hello,
It seems that I cant just switch to Win2000 and Autocad2000 without
pains.... I got myself a new comp: AMD 800, 256RAM, Geforce2MX and as soon
as I draw I get strange artifacts (lines, scribbles, etc.) on my projects.
That garbage disappears as soon as I move my mouse, but it's very
distracting and annoying. What could be the problem here? Drivers? I got
newest drivers for Nvidia's card, but problem wasnt solved.
Please help me

With regards, Prem
*Schroeder, Bud
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Re: Autocad2000, Windows2000, artifacts, etc.

03-20-2001 03:33 PM in reply to: *prem
I would check with Nvidia on this one. This is a sign of problems with
Video Card Drivers.

Take care.

Bud

"prem" wrote in message
news:5FD8DF3337405397349F02BDADB157CF@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Hello,
> It seems that I cant just switch to Win2000 and Autocad2000 without
> pains.... I got myself a new comp: AMD 800, 256RAM, Geforce2MX and as soon
> as I draw I get strange artifacts (lines, scribbles, etc.) on my
projects.
> That garbage disappears as soon as I move my mouse, but it's very
> distracting and annoying. What could be the problem here? Drivers? I got
> newest drivers for Nvidia's card, but problem wasnt solved.
> Please help me
>
> With regards, Prem
>

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