Windows 7 with Radeon HD 5770

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  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 x64
       #1

    Windows 7 with Radeon HD 5770


    Hey n00b here but I'm having problems with my Radeon HD 5770 graphics card while running windows 7. It is brand new, as is my hard drive, motherboard, psu, ram, and i5 processor so i put all this together in my PC and installed windows 7 however i've come into some trouble in that the graphics card stops working and often (not all the time) I get the message "Display Driver has stopped responding and has recovered. Display driver ATI Radeon Family stopped responding and has successfully recovered'

    Does anybody know a solution to this/ is this a known problem/ etc? any help or advice would be much appreciated. Thank You! =]
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  2. Posts : 5,747
    7600.20510 x86
       #2

    Update everything you can. Chipset drivers. Video card drivers. Motherboard bios. Anything else you can think of. Get it all nice, fresh and updated and the problem should resolve.
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  3. Posts : 43
    Win 7 Ultimate 64bit Signature Edition
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    It will help us, help you, if you fill out your specs in the lower left corner. I would do as torrentg said first. I was able to resolve my issue with that same card soon as I updated my chipset driver.
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  4. Posts : 15
    Windows 7 Ultimate
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    I've had a similar problem with my 5770 as well, but that was after I used the ATI Overdrive tool.. once i did that and ran COD4, the game would freeze up and I'll get that warning.

    Using the default settings, I don't have that warning, but I noticed some issues in COD4 where it would freeze for half a second every 5-10 seconds (on some maps).. i'm trying to narrow down the issue but still no luck. I tested out MW2 last night briefly and I didn't notice any stuttering so this morning I removed COD4 and it's reinstalling now.
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  5. Posts : 23
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #5

    I have a 5750 in a brand new i5 750 based system running Windows 7 as well. I am getting the same issue, the screen freezes up for a second and then comes back with a message that says the graphics driver has stopped responding and has recovered.

    I have a Gigabyte GA-P55M-UD4 motherboard and I have flashed the latest BIOS, and I am running the latest Catalyst 7.11, and I have installed all the latest Windows updates.

    Anybody have a solution? Nothing has ever been overclocked, not the CPU nor the GPU.

    EDIT:
    Oh, and I have installed the latest Intel chipset driver as well.
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  6. Posts : 5,747
    7600.20510 x86
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    003 said:
    I have a 5750 in a brand new i5 750 based system running Windows 7 as well. I am getting the same issue, the screen freezes up for a second and then comes back with a message that says the graphics driver has stopped responding and has recovered.

    I have a Gigabyte GA-P55M-UD4 motherboard and I have flashed the latest BIOS, and I am running the latest Catalyst 7.11, and I have installed all the latest Windows updates.

    Anybody have a solution? Nothing has ever been overclocked, not the CPU nor the GPU.

    EDIT:
    Oh, and I have installed the latest Intel chipset driver as well.
    Run a game with a room fan blowing on the open case. If there are no crashes, you have the answer to your problem.
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  7. Posts : 554
    Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1
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    Definitely sounds like overheating. This happened all the time with my HD 4850.
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  8. Posts : 23
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
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    So for me it's overheating with no load at all? This has been occuring on the desktop, not even tried any games... Also just a coinicdence we are both on P55 with an i5? This seems like a possible driver issue IMO. Wish there was a way to fix it

    Checking CCC, my card idles at around 30C...
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  9. Posts : 6
    Windows
       #9

    i am a system builder and I have 3 systems with P55 chipsets and 5770 video cards with stability problems that I haven't been able to resolve yet either.

    Ive been googling for anyone else with the same issues and any solutions....

    i dont think its heat or anything like that given how duplicatable these issues are appearing.
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  10. Posts : 5,747
    7600.20510 x86
       #10

    Could be in relation to system RAM improperly set in the motherbios bios for specific RAM modules in use.
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