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#3327004 - 06/24/11 01:18 PM TARGET casuses display driver crash
Yang Offline
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Registered: 06/20/11
Posts: 3
I just installed TARGET last night and was doing some basic programing on my Warthog for FSX. Pretty much everything worked ok but I got this weird and very annoying problem. Whenever I delete any assigned keys/commands listed in the right most panel, the program freezes for ~5-10 seconds, followed by my monitor screen blacking out for a few seconds. After that things come back to live and the TARGET resumes normal function. However, Win7 reports that the display driver crashed and recovered.

This happens every time I delete a key assignment, very annoying. Anyone had similar issue? Thanks for any comments and thoughts!

Yang

My configuration:

Win 7 64bit, i5-2500k@4.9GHz, 8GB RAM, ATI 5850 (no O/C) with latest catalyst driver, Warthog/CH Pedal/TrackIR 5, 50" plasma TV via HDMI.

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#3399878 - 09/29/11 03:06 AM Re: TARGET casuses display driver crash [Re: Yang]
Brutux Offline
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Registered: 09/28/11
Posts: 1
Hello. I have the same problem. I've tried several versions of the catalyst and does not solve the problem. Somebody knows something. Thanks ..

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