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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-17-2011, 03:03 PM - Thread Starter
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Edit: I found a fix for it, turns out it was a Server 2008 problem:

 

 

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Hi there,

had the same problem.

I've found a solution. Do the following:

1. Open regedit (by typing in regedit in the search field in the start menu)
2. Go to the following key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Video
3. within all folders LIKE {6055FC4B-81E9-428C-82AC-28EB17CA102F} ( yours might be slightly different )
open the 0000 folder until you see all Nvidia profiles ( keys like "_3DMark03.exe:D3DOGL_49119164", there´s a lot of them).
Once you've found this folder do not keep on searching.
4. on the right side, scroll down until you can see the following key : Acceleration.Level
5. Change its value from 4 to 0. (if there is any other value than 4, still change it to 0 )
6. Close regedit, restart your computer
7. That's it !! Have fun !

I wrote this solution for another guy with your problem with an nvidia card, maybe it will still work for you.

So there will be no Nvidia profiles on your computer.
Anyway the right 0000 folder for your graphics card should also contain a lot of keys.
If there is no Acceleration.Level key then create it.

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winservergen/thread/431d2524-9b8f-44a1-b34c-47d60e5f194e?prof=required

 

 

 

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I'm trying to get the CCC to work using the 12.1 Preview drivers. The CCC worked with 11.11c. I installed the drivers doing the following, just to make sure and I've tried this 2 times but the same error still comes up:

  1. Uninstall previous drivers
  2. Reboot in safe mode, and use driver sweeper
  3. Reboot and install drivers
  4. Reboot

 

I fear the problem could possibly be because I'm using Windows Server?

 

The CCC does actually load up, but with limited options:

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Originally Posted by MrAlex View Post

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I'm trying to get the CCC to work using the 12.1 Preview drivers. The CCC worked with 11.11c. I installed the drivers doing the following, just to make sure and I've tried this 2 times but the same error still comes up:

  1. Uninstall previous drivers
  2. Reboot in safe mode, and use driver sweeper
  3. Reboot and install drivers
  4. Reboot

 

I fear the problem could possibly be because I'm using Windows Server?

 

The CCC does actually load up, but with limited options:

 


 

Go to Device Manager, under Display Adapters select "Update Driver Software...", select "Browse My Computer for driver software", point it to folder where the 12.1 Packages extracted to.

 

Restart and done.

 

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  • The AMD Catalyst™ Control Center / AMD Vision™ Engine Control Center requires that the Microsoft® .NET Framework SP1 be installed for Windows XP and Windows Vista. Without .NET SP1 installed, the AMD Catalyst™ Control Center / AMD Vision™ Engine Control Center will not launch properly and the user will see an error message.


 

 

 

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Reinstall ati drivers. follow my guide. see sig.

 

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I'm trying to get the CCC to work using the 12.1 Preview drivers. The CCC worked with 11.11c. I installed the drivers doing the following, just to make sure and I've tried this 2 times but the same error still comes up:

  1. Uninstall previous drivers
  2. Reboot in safe mode, and use driver sweeper
  3. Reboot and install drivers
  4. Reboot

 

I fear the problem could possibly be because I'm using Windows Server?

 

The CCC does actually load up, but with limited options:

 


 

Go to Device Manager, under Display Adapters select "Update Driver Software...", select "Browse My Computer for driver software", point it to folder where the 12.1 Packages extracted to.

 

Restart and done.

 

Edit:

 

  • The AMD Catalyst™ Control Center / AMD Vision™ Engine Control Center requires that the Microsoft® .NET Framework SP1 be installed for Windows XP and Windows Vista. Without .NET SP1 installed, the AMD Catalyst™ Control Center / AMD Vision™ Engine Control Center will not launch properly and the user will see an error message.

I tried all of those, but none of them worked. Found the solution above.



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Quote:

Originally Posted by Skylitgo_quote.gif


ATI grows each one of their GPU's till they're ripe enough to produce amazing graphics.



NVIDIA fired too many people and they can't keep up with the crops this year. frown.gif





Quote:

Originally Posted by Girgo_quote.gif


12: Earth is flat, careful around edges. lol peace





Quote:

Originally Posted by TFBgo_quote.gif


Why would a vet chew up the kitten's foot?



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