- Video capture application does not work
- DVD* movie is choppy
- Software DVD player says it cannot create an overlay
- Choppy video playback of AVI, MPEG*, RealPlayer*, or Windows* Media video files
- TV Tuner card says it cannot it cannot create an overlay
Some video modes had hardware overlay support disabled in the PV 2.2 and later versions of the graphics drivers. Due to memory bandwidth limitations, certain visual errors could occur when overlay was used these high resolution video modes.
Use a video mode that supports overlay. This may involve lowering the screen resolution, color depth, or refresh rate.
Table 17a on page 18 of the Intel® 810 chipset specification update indicates which modes have overlay support and which have had overlay support modified.
If you require overlay support in those high-resolution modes that do not support it in the latest drivers, you should revert to the PV 2.1 or earlier driver. The PV 2.1 drivers are available from the driver archive page. Please note that these drivers must be installed using the manual (Have disk) installation method in order to revert to older versions of the driver. Refer to the readme file for details on manual driver installation.
| Windows 95 OSR 2.x*, Windows 98 *, Windows 98 SE*, Windows 2000 *
This applies to: