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Ati2dvag my laptop screen suddenly  letters comes big . and says there that my ati2divag driver stopped running normally and need to boot it . How can i fix this problem and do i need to buy a software to fix this?

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Re: ati2dvag

First thing is to check with your manufacturer to see if they have released any updates for the video on your computer.

Download and install any that are available and see if the problem comes back

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