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odd warning.. has anyone else seen this

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odd warning.. has anyone else seen this

Post by Cheeko on Thu 24 Feb 2011, 7:26 pm

this just popped up.. not sure what caused it at first

i had started steam and TS3 for about 10min.. then pop







then i googled Smile

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia-drivers-overclocking-software/291468-rivaturner-mmio-protection-system-failed.html

Rivatuna is a fan controller... but it does low level commands to finely tune the fan speed based on video card load.
so not sure what that has to do with Punkbuster..

do ya just love the mystery of computers
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Re: odd warning.. has anyone else seen this

Post by Duran on Thu 24 Feb 2011, 7:34 pm

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Post by {FB}Alnitro on Thu 24 Feb 2011, 7:48 pm

computer's who'd have one What a Face

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Re: odd warning.. has anyone else seen this

Post by f3raldu+ch on Thu 24 Feb 2011, 10:27 pm

rivatuner is far more than a basic fan controller of sorts.......that warning is basically telling you that the "protect memory mapped I/O ports" function that you would have enabled during the initial rivatuner set-up is failing......it has everything to do with punkbuster and not at the same time.......rivatuner is trying to help protect you from the worm like software that is punkbuster

there is also usually memory buffer overflow protection as a selection somewhere within your BIOS set-up, usually in the same section that allows memory remapping over 3 gig for an x86 based system.......pretty much the same thing

punkbuster is now a necessary evil, but you still have to protect yourself against it without killing it........guess it would be akin to having it escorted through your system like its stolen something off a shelf within it

the only thing would be to uninstall both and update them.....don't know if that helps Neutral


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Re: odd warning.. has anyone else seen this

Post by {FB}Snowghost on Fri 25 Feb 2011, 3:26 pm

so would you say.....its the lesser of two wevles? tehehe

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Re: odd warning.. has anyone else seen this

Post by {FB}Alnitro on Fri 25 Feb 2011, 4:07 pm

{FB}AriseAbove wrote:Yeah Al ya gotta stop streaming that porn and you won't get messages like that Laughing

I Didn't get the message but you caught me out Embarassed

f3raldu+ch wrote:rivatuner is far more than a basic fan controller of sorts.......that warning is basically telling you that the "protect memory mapped I/O ports" function that you would have enabled during the initial rivatuner set-up is failing......it has everything to do with punkbuster and not at the same.......rivatuner is trying to help protect you from the worm like software that is punkbuster

there is also usually memory buffer overflow protection as a selection somewhere within your BIOS set-up, usually in the same section that allows memory remapping over 3 gig for an x86 based system.......pretty much the same thing

punkbuster is now a necessary evil, but you still have to protect yourself against it without killing it........guess it would be akin to having it escorted through your system like its stolen something off a shelf within it

the only thing would be to uninstall both and update them.....don't know if that helps Neutral

nice explanation f3raldu+ch Smile

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Post by {FB}Snowghost on Fri 25 Feb 2011, 4:11 pm

horny wevles theres ya problem cheeko.

na byt aggreed, nice explnation,
this is what forums are all about :-)


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Re: odd warning.. has anyone else seen this

Post by f3raldu+ch on Mon 28 Feb 2011, 10:06 pm

Smile

the question is, did it actually help or compound the problem?
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Post by {FB}Snowghost on Tue 01 Mar 2011, 2:59 pm

but what we all have to take not of here is.....




steam rollers dont role steam.......ahhhHA

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Re: odd warning.. has anyone else seen this

Post by Cheeko on Tue 01 Mar 2011, 9:28 pm

thanks for all the info peeps.. but so far all that has happened is that over many starts of Riva tuner in the last month, that has only happened once.. and even after that happened i notice no difference to my machine. (touch wood)

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