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If new drivers are CONSTANTLY giving you problems -- might I suggest a complete uninstall of ALL old drivers and anything ATI related -- a fresh reboot, a check again for drivers, another fresh reboot - then installing the new drivers over the default windows one (rather than over the previous catalyst ones). I know its a lot of unnecessary reboots, but can't be too safe!

I find driver instability in MY system but not in the systems of those with similar cards / configurations often means its a problem on my end and not with the drivers themselves. Just a thought - and hey, it can't make things worse to at least try it, right?
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