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Stop Error (Blue Screen) XP/7000 VE/AGP

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bernardo, has a question ?

Purchased ATI Radeon 7000 VE Low Profile (Card, wires and burned copy of Drivers on Disk), on Ebay.

Installed card in AGP Slot, and Dual Monitors displayed in Display Properties.

I failed to load Windows Drivers from Add New Hardware Wizard.
In addition, I did not find specified Drivers on the Copy of Drivers Disk.

All Downloaded Drivers from Windows Update, and ATI.com caused a Blue Screen, Stop Error.

I am prepared to begin again. I have removed the Card and all Drivers due to:

(A) Stop Error (Memory dump),

(B) The System Start Screens (Pre Windows) are distorted by patterns or Lines.

(C) Extreem Over Shadow on both: Other, Open Applications, and Web Video Files that I play.

Thanks in advance !

bernardo,

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  • tagency Mar 17, 2009

    Hi unit01



    Thanks for responding !



    Yes, it does sound like the card is bad.



    (B) The System Start Screens (Pre Windows) are distorted by patterns or Lines.


    I am using Dells GX260 Computer, and I have found that there are other possible problem areas that would account for the bad card indication. I am curious, do you have experience with this issue ?

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    GO to the below ATI weblink and download the latest driver for 
    your version of windows, and try it. 

    http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/Pa...


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Sounds like might be a bad card,

alternatively your system ram might be giving you grief, i had major BSOD issues with my computer and ram tested fine, upon switching sockets that the ram was in i found that it was actually good ram, bad ram socket.

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