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Help with ATI error message?


So after a very hectic night (which I will explain afterwards), I finally managed to get my computer back into working condition. However I now get an error message everytime I log into Windows 7 (after the Welcome screen). It is as follows:

"Could not load file or assembly 'MOM.Implementation, Version=2.0.3693,39720, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=90ba9c70f846762e' or one of its dependencies.
The system could not find the file specified."

Back to the past:
So what happened before was I updated my ATI driver via Steam. The result was a very messed up screen resolution (went from 1920x1080 to something like 800x600). I tried adjusting the screen resolution but the highest it wouldn't let me go higher than 720p, thus leaving black bars on all four sides of my monitor. I decided to reboot the system to see if it would resolve anything.

It turns out that I can now set my resolution to 1080p, but there were STILL back bars around my 1080p monitor... Completely confused I decided to restore my system to an earlier point. It worked very well until I tried to open IE9, which would close everytime about half a second after I open it. What I think happened was that I upgraded from IE8 to IE9 after the restore point, so IE could not find the IE9 files on my computer (just my guess).

Eager to get some online help, I undid my system restore. Now I can do everything as usual, but with the black bars around my monitor again. Knowing that it is something to do with my GPU driver, I went into control panel and found my graphics card (HD 5770 which it labeled as a 5700 series). I ran into the option to roll back the driver update, which I promptly did. This brings me to where I am now, with everything working normally, except for that error message which comes up everytime.

/End of Story

I do not know if this error will affect my computer's performance or when I play games. However even if it doesn't, I do not want error messages popping up everytime I boot up my basically new computer (bought it about 2 weeks ago). So any help would be awesome.
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  1. Best answer
    Download your GPU drivers from here Uninstall all your current drivers and then install the new ones.
  2. Uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers via the control panel. The link provided doesn't work. :??:

    I still get the pop-up.
  3. Best answer selected by Xenos_IO26.
  4. ATI is saying it has something to do with Microsoft. NET

    I'm running Windows Update right now, and there is a Microsoft. NET update available. Thanks for the first link. Hopefully this works.
  5. I took ATI Catalyst off my start-up list, and now it doesn't come up anymore.
  6. This topic has been closed by Mousemonkey
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