About a week or so ago, I began experiencing problems with my Dell computer. When I powered it up, it would show a blue screen with an error message saying something was wrong with a file called ati2dvag being stuck in an infinite loop. There was a stop error message that started with 0x000000EA. I checked with a friend of mine who said to try updating my video card drivers. He said go into safe mode, delete the driver I had on it currently, then restart it in normal mode and download the current driver from the videocard maker's website. My computer has an ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT video card in it, so I tried to update it from their website. No luck there because the error has continued to recur. I don't know what else to do at this point and the only way I've been able to use my computer is to boot it into safe mode, delete the driver on the computer, restart it in normal mode, let it load up the driver that came with the card, and proceed from there. Then I turn it off and after a few hours, turn it back on. Let the computer boot up and then the blue screen comes up with the ati2dvag error.
So, my computer is a Dell Inspiron 530. It has Windows XP Service Pack 3 loaded on it. The video card is an ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT. I hope this helps.
I await your reply. Thank you for your time.