I was wondering if anyone could help me, I have an ATI All-In-Wonder 9600XT video card and it has had kind of a meltdown. I came back to my dorm from spring break and my computer, which worked fine a week earlier, now was showing a bunch of drivers failing in Decive Manager. The four that dont work are:
ATI WDM Rage Theater Audio
ATI WDM Rage Theater Video NSP
ATI WDM TV Audio Crossbar
ATI WDM TV Tuner
All of them have a "This device cannot start. (Code 10)" error message, which seems to be a very generic error. I have tried reinstalling the Catalyst drivers many times (and many versions) with no success. Does anyone know if this is more a hardware or software issue? The card is fairly new (4 months) and I didn't make any changes to the drivers before it went downhill. Any help is appreciated, thanks.
Hey emd, thanks for the reply. I don't know much about the details of these kinds of things, but I didn't even think leaving it off and then booting would fry a chip like that.
The only thing is that the video card works for the most part, I am using it now. But, when I try to use any feature like the TV it doesn't work and I noticed games doesn't seem quite as smooth. Is it possible that just a part of the board got fried? Thanks.
I actually have found someone else with the exact same problem here. He tried everything imaginable and got no results until he got a new card. Looks like it's a hardware problem, so now I get to RMA the damn thing....
Thanks for the advice along the way though.