I'm having the exact same problem. The difference from my previous set up (that worked) was I added a Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi XTreme Music, XP service Pack 3 beta, and nVidia 169.21 drivers. I think the 160-series nVidia drivers are the problem. Im going to try and install 90-series drivers since i know those work for sure.
To fix your problem, try and get the oldest version of nVidia drivers that would support your card.
Last edited by iDestroy; February 23, 2008, 14:10.
Originally posted by iDestroy
yup dude. I uninstalled 169.21 nVidia drivers and installed 91.31 drivers and it works great now. You can't install 90-series drivers because they dont support the 8000-series nVidia cards.
the problem with nVidia drivers and Call To Power has been fixed.
Update your video card drivers to 181.20.
Works perfect for me without any tricks (like backward compatibility mode) so you can run a widescreen resolution if you want.