After reboot i downloaded the latest drivers from ATI and started the installation and the system frooze during installation. I’we tried everything above twice and the problem is always the same. Sign up for free , it takes 30 seconds. When you installed the graphics card using the disc that came with the card, that should have installed the graphics card driver, abeit an old version. Make sure you uninstall everything from Nvidia.
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I have the same problem, did you find any solution for the problem?: I restarted 256 safe mode and did a complete removal of all ATI drivers from my system ati-driver and program removal tool and restart, the system falls 95500 to VGA. When you put the new card in and put the cd in it will automatically overwrite the old ATI drivers if you ever had a driver installed.
You must log in or sign up to reply here. XP-loading-splashscreen shows like normal and then goes black and freezez where you normaly get the login-screen. Back to “normal vga mode”-again and retries to install the drives on the driver-cd.
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Fastwrite have been disabled the whole time Small update: I dont have any IRQ conflicts or irq sharing for the gcard so its not that.
They are worth about Best thing to do is go to ati. When you installed the graphics card using the disc that came with the card, that should have installed the graphics card driver, abeit an old version. It sounds like you might have double installed two different versions of the graphics card driver, unless I misread your post. Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. Problem is i dont have any option in my bios for taking down agp to x4. Join the community here.
If you still have problems you arent removing the Nvidia drivers correctly, if you dont feel like hooking your old card back into to remove them then just use the intergrated video on your mobo. Already have an account? Yes, my password is: Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate.
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TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Join the community hereit only takes a minute. I rebooted in Safe-mode and removed the card from the “hardware list” and rebooted in normal mode and the system starts and finds the prev latest ati drivers and freezez. Try uninstalling the driver and reinstalling again use the latest version.
Hey guys i’ve never been here before but reading posts about the people who have the same problem i’ve seen you guys know alot, but after trying the things i’ve seen i still haven’t been able to fix the problem. No, create an account now.
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I got the Radeon for christmas woot. Your name or email address: Make sure you uninstall everything from Nvidia. I’we tried everything above 99550 and the problem is always the same. If your mobo doesnt have 256 well gotta get that new card to work. I havent assigned a IRQ in bios for gfx but since i dont have a conflict i hardly think that will solve the problem. After reboot i downloaded the latest drivers from ATI and started the installation and the system frooze during installation.
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