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Problem caused by ATI Graphics driver

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February 26, 2009 1:37:49 AM

I have been getting the BSOD on Vista 64 Ultimate SP1 for a while now, I keep getting the same error reproted back to me from Microsoft, "problem caused by ATI graphics driver". I have uninstalled and reinstalled the CCC driver several times from CCC V.8.12 up to v. 9.2 every time being sure to uninstall all ati files and folders before I restart.
I thought it was a graphics card issue, so I Orded a new card (I had a HD 3450 then I got a HD 4830) ,Both the same Issues, so the next step was to reinstall Vista all over again from scratch.
BTW, I have a working copy of XP Pro on the same machine and it works flawlessly.

MSI P965 Platnium w/ Q6600cpu
3 GB PC6400
500 GB Seagate Sata Drive
DVD/CD burner SATA
VisionTek HD 3450 (uninstalled)
Sapphire HD 4830/512 (installed)
Antec BasiQ 500 Power Supply
February 26, 2009 1:39:37 AM

bigeasyhawaiian said:
I have been getting the BSOD on Vista 64 Ultimate SP1 for a while now, I keep getting the same error reproted back to me from Microsoft, "problem caused by ATI graphics driver". I have uninstalled and reinstalled the CCC driver several times from CCC V.8.12 up to v. 9.2 every time being sure to uninstall all ati files and folders before I restart.
I thought it was a graphics card issue, so I Orded a new card (I had a HD 3450 then I got a HD 4830) ,Both the same Issues, so the next step was to reinstall Vista all over again from scratch.
BTW, I have a working copy of XP Pro on the same machine and it works flawlessly.

MSI P965 Platnium w/ Q6600cpu
3 GB PC6400
500 GB Seagate Sata Drive
DVD/CD burner SATA
VisionTek HD 3450 (uninstalled)
Sapphire HD 4830/512 (installed)
Antec BasiQ 500 Power Supply





Reinstalling Vista was no help
February 28, 2009 9:02:10 AM

Well, it must be overheating or PSU problem with voltages. And when u get BSoD then write information of what it says and tell us then we might able to help u.
May 3, 2009 3:49:02 AM

I've been having the exact same problem with a PowerColor HD4830. I just installed Vista Business 64 and every time I try to install a graphics driver it goes BSOD.

I'm running AMD 7750, MSI K9A2 Platinum with 8 GB of OCZ memory, PC Power & Cooling 800 SLI ready PSU, no overheating and it is not stable, even BSOD in safe mode. Everything worked great until I decided to go Vista 64.

If u get any responses or figure it out, please post

gordo1466
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