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About 8 months ago, I posted about how I kept getting BSOD when I tried to install the drivers for my new Radeon HD 7750. As weird as it was, it turned out to be the program Daemon Tools interfering with it. So back then, I uninstalled that program, and things went off without a hit afterwards. I'm running Windows 7 64 bit, for the record.

Now, I haven't actually updated these drivers since then, and when I attempted to install them, my computer BSOD'd again(I did make a restore point before this though). Double-checking, Daemon Tools wasn't running at the time, nor were there any virtual drives active. But before I go about just flat-out uninstalling Daemon Tools and trying this again, is there anything else that could be causing my problem? Do I need to uninstall the old drivers first before updating?

Any help would be great, thanks.
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CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
2x Xeon Quad-Core GeForce 8800 GT 4GB DDR2 466GB 
OS
Windows XP Professional/Mac OSX 
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CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
2x Xeon Quad-Core GeForce 8800 GT 4GB DDR2 466GB 
OS
Windows XP Professional/Mac OSX 
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