Posted 21 November 2005 - 09:34 PM
Great link hamluis! I've been hoping to find something like that for a long time now!
1) Unplug the system, open the case, ground yourself to the chassis, then recheck and reseat all of the connections. There's a good chance that something may have been nudged loose while you were working in it (happens to me all the time!)
2) Without the results from the Event Viewer, grasping at straws leads us to the video card and it's drivers. Go to the ATI site and download 1) the latest Catalyst drivers and 2) the Catalyst Uninstaller, then...
- uninstall the card in Device Manager
- run the Catlyst Uninstaller
- install the new drivers
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