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ITRONIX GO Book III ( Model IX 260) video/display driver

The system freezes up as soon as turn on any of the media software for video files (MGEG, WMV, AVI and others) with display driver ( ATI mobility radeon 9000) enabled. And the only way left to get out of this is to reboot the thing using power button (forced shutdown). When the display driver is disabled this the videos do run, but then everything flickers, even scrolling through a txt document turn difficult with very unsmooth scrolling. I also formatted the harddrive to see if there was problem with operating the system, but no change. Any suggestions?

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before upgrading xp plz visit the manufacture website and check for drivers for xp.
xp needs min of 256mb of ram

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before upgrading xp plz visit the manufacture website and check for drivers for xp.
xp needs min of 256mb of ram

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