Guest muzza23 Posted February 28, 2006 Report Share Posted February 28, 2006 My new Dell 9400 with a GeForce Go 7800 is being besmirched by a problem with the bottom row of pixels... My screen is 1920x1200, but any resolution lower than this produces noise on the bottom row of pixels... In games it shows up as random colours which do not match the rest of the scene (e.g. the bottom row shows white when in a dark/black room)... So far this problem has occurred on all 80-series driver versions I've tried so far (83.40, 83.60 and 83.90) from laptopvideo2go, but does not occur on the stock 78.59 drivers available from the Dell support website atm... Does anybody know what could be causing this? Is it a known problem with the drivers or could it be the card itself? It's definitely not the LCD, I hooked up another LCD to the 9400's analogue output and the problem showed up there too... Another (possibly related) problem relates to AA... when games do a full-screen "fade to black", I've noticed the far-left column and the top row of pixels do not fade at all when AA is turned on, but fade properly when AA is turned off... This happens in all driver versions I've tried so far, even the stock 78.59 drivers... Could it be related to the first problem above? This is a really annoying problem, any help would be greatly appreciated!!! :) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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