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11 July 2008

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hi, Have you ever heard of a Graphics card crashing AutoCAD or slowing it down? i was at a software demo, the guy said that his CAD might crash when he uses an video projector.. it did crash, but i thought it was an excuse for a poor piece of addon software!!

I and many others have had the same thing due to a hardware conflict of the external projector and my video card even before launching anything other than PowerPoint. Remember the external projector is not really as good as a regular screen and things can happen as well some drivers in dual display mode do not play nicely. I am in constant fear of external projectors I have to use when traveling to a presentation and using what they have there.
Hardware drivers can cause a real mess of pain for a person.

Cheers Mate

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