New Computer... New Problem

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  1. White B O I

    White B O I Well-Known Member

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    FINALLY I just completly rebuilt my computer.
    Specs:
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    mobo: MSI MS-6380E
    Chipset VIA
    Memory: 512mb DDR oc2700 (pc2700 166mhz) 64mb DDR Ram
    gfx card: NVIDIA Gefore4 MX 4000
    os: Windows XP SP2 Build 2600

    My problem is this:
    When I boot into windows everything runs smoothly. About 3-5 minutes later I get a bluescreen without an error code but says
    "nv4_disp"
    which is refering to my gfx card.

    I googled it and found out my drivers are most likely out of date. So I went to the Nvidia homepage and attempted to download some, I couldn't find drivers for it
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    any help?
     
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    I would buy a new gfx card but im a little poor right now lol

    thanks guys ill let you know what works
     
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    well.. i installed the drivers and i get the same thing it still gives me the same bluescreen =\
     
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    Quick Question


    What did you "build" off of? Because what you have is literally worth something like $50 o_O (well, the OS brings it to a solid $150)

    Anyway, go for Omega, they dont support newer nVidia cards, but your card is really old, so It should work with em.
     
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