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System reboot and lockups with AIW2006 AGP running Windows XP

System does not boot up properly and hangs without launching windows explorer. Also when I run Microsoft's Event Viewer it appears that ati2mtag is not loaded or there is an error. Also the system will hang or produce blue screen that states hardware failure with the graphics card. I am running 2GB of system memory. Pentium 4 3GHz processor and Via PT800CE North bridge and Via VT8237 south bridge chipsets. These chipsets enable AGP 8X which I am running.

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  • ScottyBugs Feb 19, 2008

    Thanks for the assistance. 1.5GB of system memory. DDR 400 one module 1GB the other .5GB.

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Hmm..memory allocation issue? how much you got on board that machine?

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    Patrick Michaels Feb 19, 2008

    ok..go to the system setting under control panel, and adjust the memory usage for best performance(usually is set for Windows decides) and you may find it helpful.

    got backup for that machine?

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