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I seem to be having a problem with my ati drivers causing my computer to blue screen. I have narrowed it down to that problem because before I had this card in my pc I had and nvidia and never had this problem untill I changed cards. You can look in my specs and see the card type. I like the card itself but I really wish I could get the driver issue solved. It gets really annoying LOL.

I have removed the old nvidia drivers from the system and I have checked computer temps to make sure that wasnt it.

Any help would be greatly apprieciated.
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Just make sure you have the latest drivers for your card. I had that issue with my nvidia card until the newest drivers came out.
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Just make sure you have the latest drivers for your card. I had that issue with my nvidia card until the newest drivers came out.
I have the latest drivers and nothing seems to work. I have used a driver removal tool to make sure that the old nvidia drivers are gone and still the same thing. Strangly enough, it only happens when I am playing a game. Doesnt matter which one.
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I have the latest drivers and nothing seems to work. I have used a driver removal tool to make sure that the old nvidia drivers are gone and still the same thing. Strangly enough, it only happens when I am playing a game. Doesnt matter which one.
I had the same issue with my 7800gs. I ended up returning the card because i had tried everything.

Try updating your motherboard chipset drivers. Maybe there is some conflicting issue.
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well one time i had a BSOD saying failed to load ATi Drivers =P ahaha
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well one time i had a BSOD saying failed to load ATi Drivers =P ahaha
Well what did you end up doing with it? Please advise
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did you try reinstalling? use driver cleaner pro to remove the driver
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did you try reinstalling? use driver cleaner pro to remove the driver
Reinstalling what? yea i have used driver cleaner to remove the old driver and tried the driver on the ati site and the ones that come with it too. Any more ideas?
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reinstalling the ati driver
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reinstalling the ati driver
yup many times..... (
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