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    I updated the drivers for my graphics card (ATI 9200) and then when i restarted it on half of my screen was showing up on my monitor and i got this error



    Then i reinstalled windows and didnt update the drive from the ATI website and it was still messed up. (still getting the error etc) so how do i fix it? :helpsmile:

    Edited to fix image.

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    as you boot (after bios but before the windows splash screen) press F8 and you will get a menu with safe mode and other goodies, press vga mode. it will reset the drivers and you will go into windows in like 640*480 and 8bit color and then you can install your old driver again. or try the new one.

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    how do i remove my old drivers?

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    Originally posted by ROSSCO_2004@16 February 2004 - 09:12
    as you boot (after bios but before the windows splash screen) press F8 and you will get a menu with safe mode and other goodies, press vga mode. it will reset the drivers and you will go into windows in like 640*480 and 8bit color and then you can install your old driver again. or try the new one.
    nvidia blows! atividia is da way to go!

    lol sorry ROSSCO that comment was directed to ur avatar not as use in this discussion

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    Obviously you forgot to install your chipset drivers BEFORE installing your graphics drivers! Duh!

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    Originally posted by adamp2p@16 February 2004 - 18:43
    Obviously you forgot to install your chipset drivers BEFORE installing your graphics drivers! Duh!
    it was working 2 nights ago

    please explain what this is and how i do it

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    DUDE marius you have to use some common sense, okay?

    You need to tell us your WHOLE SYSTEM SPEC FOR US TO HELP YOU (hardware/software/etc)

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    sorry, im abit tired nd fked up

    pentium 4 processor @ 1.6ghz
    using Geforce 2 ti graphics card (should be ati 9200)
    60gb maxtor hard drive
    160gb Western Digital hard drive
    768 MB ram
    Asus P4B266 MotherBoard


    Windows XP home
    ATI drive disk (which doesn't help)


    anythin else u need 2 kno, just ask

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    Originally posted by Marius24@16 February 2004 - 15:08
    sorry, im abit tired nd fked up

    pentium 4 processor @ 1.6ghz
    using Geforce 2 ti graphics card (should be ati 9200)
    60gb maxtor hard drive
    160gb Western Digital hard drive
    768 MB ram
    Asus P4B266 MotherBoard


    Windows XP home
    ATI drive disk (which doesn't help)


    anythin else u need 2 kno, just ask
    http://www.asus.com.tw/support/download/download.aspx

    Go there and find the drivers for your motherboard. Install them...

    I am not going to do this for you...

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    Originally posted by Marius24@16 February 2004 - 11:49
    how do i remove my old drivers?
    when you press f8 and go to vga mode it automatically deletes the driver that is installed and uses the windows default driver, you can then after booting install the newer driver or the older one that has been working for you.

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