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    Voodoo3 2000 gives me a Registry Error at startup.

    I have recently installed a V3 2000 pci onto a AMD k6-2 400mhz system with win98. At about every 5 startups, I get a registry error and a prompt for a restart. I can't find out why. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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    Try this reinstall....

    go to control panel /display properties/settings/advanced/adapter change to standard vga and apply and reboot now reinstall v3 drivers.


    also if you system is overclocked ,cpu or ram ect... this will happen,good luck

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    I tried what you suggested and it did not work. I also kept getting an "error no more files" during the instalation of the Voodoo drivers. Any other suggestions?

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    i don't remember off-hand but is this a 2d/3d card hope its not a pci accelerator where its just 3d, ya have to have a 2d/3d card for an accelerator to work. is it also selected in your bios in first initial display as pci, but make sure its a 2d/3d card in any event.

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    Yes it is a 2d/3d card and it is selected to start from the bios. I've have just received the new drivers from 3dfx and nothing has changed.

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