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How to avoid a video card using part of its memory?

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yesterday while i was watching videos the screen flashed with cubes and lines spreading over it.

i thought it was maybe a software problem sine i updated afterburn to 2.31. but after i restarted the laptop, the screen still flashed even in loading, then came the bluescreen.

now i have to uninstall nvidia graphic driver to use the laptop.

after searching i think some part of the memory of this card is damaged.

it's a 3GB video card, maybe part of the memory particles is still working that's why i can still use this laptop.

here is the problem: how to avoid using those broken memory particles?or i can simply remove those bad memory particles?

laptop: MSI-GT780DXR

video card: GTX-570M

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Sorry to tell you mate but you probably will need another card...

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Sorry to tell you mate but you probably will need another card...

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so bad...really no way to fix it?

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nope.. Unless u can source the same exact memory modules and resolder them, and even then i am not sure it'll help.

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You can get this card on ebay for 270$. You can even make an upgrade to gtx675m for 300$ which will give you a boost of performance (of course you have to check the heat sink which has to fit exactly).

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