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Ati2mtag causing crash - ATI vid card

I have an ATI radeon 9800xt AGP 256 video card *the listed is the closest one i could find* . Ever since i upgraded with Catalyst, the video card causes my PC to crash when I play games. In the event log, i get spammed with ati2mtag errors which seems to coincide with the crashing. I have since reinstalled my driver, deleted and reinstalled World of Warcraft, and even reformatted my Pc to fix the problem. Nothing so far as worked. The crashes cause my pc to lock up and the more I play, the more frequent I crash. All of my searching indicates it's my video card causing the crashes. Is there anything I can do to fix it short of buying a new Nvidia card? Please help =/ Same crash/reboot after installing latest drivers to play SPORE.

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  • smdamd Sep 15, 2008

    Thanks - it turned out to be the Catalyst Driver. Tried versions 8.8 (most recent), 8.7 and 8.6. Finally went to their oldest driver still available on the website (7.7) and I've been happily sporing along since.

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