Originally Posted by hackdot
When you say videos, are you referring the monitors having a 'green tinge/hue' ?
Or are the monitors normal, but video files have a green tinge?
any idea whats going on? no other game it does this for, i am also having graphic problems at times...games have like textures running off objects and making a long point...and videos are all messed up at times
How old is the card - new, or have you had it a while and it's suddenly started playing up?
Are you using the drivers that came with the card, supplied through Windows Update or the latest from AMD's site? These
are the latest from AMD's site.
Is this a pre-built machine ie HP, Dell etc? If so what is the exact model number?
What is the brand/model of your Power supply?
(Important. If you don't know, you may need to open your case and visibly look at it. What you are looking for is the brand if it has one. Pre-built machines use generic PSU's.
The wattage of the PSU ie 250W, 500, 650W etc
and preferably the amount of amps on the 12v rail. ie 12V 16A, 20A, 24A etc. All this can be found on a label on the PSU )
Until we have more solid info, It could be any number of things.
For example - The video drivers, inadequate or faulty power supply or the card itself is faulty.
textures running off objects and making a long point
Between this and the videos acting up sound like artefacts.
►If you are using the latest drivers and have a decent Power Supply, the card sounds faulty and may need to be returned.
►If you are using the latest drivers but have an inadequate/poor Power Supply - the card may not be getting the power it needs resulting in the artefacts and crashes. It can also be putting the rest of your system at risk.
That's why we need the extra details and specifications to help eliminate the cause.