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Monitor picture is blank on Windows startup

I have Radeon 9200LE video card, and I run it on Windows XP. Whenever I turn on my PC, everything is fine until the Windows startup, then the monitor turns black and I have tu restart the PC. That happens a few times,and then 2nd or 3rd time, it's suddenly OK,and Windows start normally. This is not so much of a problem but it's very irritating because every time I turn on the computer, I have to restart it 2-3 times before I get to Windows. First I thought it was the drivers, i tried the Omega package, but the same thing happens with or without the Omega. Can you maybe link me to some better and more suitable driver download?

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There is ATI Catalyst control centre, which can be downloaded at: But, I do not think that the problem is from the graphics card. Why is it that you think so? Did you recently install this card? When the computer restarts like that, without any warning, it is often because of a System Error. You could try to reset the computer to a point when it worked fine.

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