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New Dell Latitude D830 with Quardro 140M Crashes iView

 
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2007 4:39 am    Post subject: New Dell Latitude D830 with Quardro 140M Crashes iView Reply with quote

I recently purchased a new laptop. It is a Dell Latitude D830 with a Nvidia Quadro NVS 140M Video Card. It has Windows XP Service Pack2 with all the security updates installed. I am using iView Media Pro version 3.1.3. I copied all my iView catalogs and data files to the new computer. When I open iView it will show one picture in Media View mode. If I scroll to another picture iView crashes and exits (quits). This is not the QuickTime 7 iView Problem. I did find a way to keep iView from crashing. If I go into Display properties, select settings, advanced, Troubleshoot (Tabs), and turn the Hardware Acceleration setting down three positions, IView will run on my system. I am disabling all Direct Draw and Direct 3D Hardware Accelerations in the video card when I do this. Has any else experienced this problem? Does anyone have this combination of computer and video card and not have this problem? Both Dell and Lenovo use this Video Card. I have tried several different Version of Video drivers with the same result.
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