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Problem with Video on HP Pavilon Laptop

I have this strange issue (or it is strange to me).

I completed a fresh re-install of Windows XP; the display works great; until I install the driver (ATI Radeon). Upon reboot I get a blank screen; however, I can still logon ( I knew how far to move the mouse to click on the icons). I know it is booting properly; and the display works fine until I try to install the driver.

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Are you sure your using the right ati driver ?

Try downloading the one for you laptop on the hp website

or

try downloading the ones from here
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