QUOTE(Cayoss89 @ May 9 2008, 09:57 AM)
THanks, but i've already done this. its alot easyer if you just let it overheat too- put a index card in the slot between the CPU heatsync and the fan shroud, the gpu stays extra cool, and the solder remelts on the CPU dies
But anyways you think its the ana eh? I'd say not, i ran halo3 perfect, i think it has something to do with GTA 's graphics overloading something, if i go back to the dash (in-game) let it sit 20-30 sec and go back to the game it works for another 10 minutes. Knowing this got any more ideas? Sorry about the code problem here's the link:THE LINK
Ye you are right, then it doesnt have to do with the ANA-chip, I thought the green screen was persistent
However there is still a little chance that it is the connection to the ANA-chip as GTAIV makes the GPU run a lot hotter than other games...
When you go back to dashboard the temperature drops by a few degrees.
It is more likely a software problem though I guess, does it always happen at a certain point in the game?
Does your dvd-drive make strange noises or so?
The best thing would be if you could actually post a working link to the video because even the direct link isnt working...