Posted 05 January 2009 - 05:56 PM
You may need to remove the ATI drivers...and install them again, they may be corrupt.
Is your video card functioning properly? Is access to Catalyst necessary, I never thought that it was when I played with ATI cards.
My experience with ATI cards taught me a couple of things:
a. Don't ever think that you can just update and accomplish anything. When things go wrong, be prepared to remove everything (Catalyst, MS.NET, drivers) and start over. Because any one of those may be responsible for your problems and changing just one is not going to cut it.
b. If the website says to install...a, then b, then c...install a, then b, then c.