I don't know why I bothered to upgrsde.

  gengiscant 18:50 26 Jul 2008
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My good lady was having a graphics problem with her PC, so I had a Radeon 9800Pro kicking about ,so installed it with the latest drivers,now the pc runs then freezes, I assume its a driver problem,haven't a clue how to rectify it.
Perhaps installation of an earlier driver?
Suggestions appreciated.

  jimv7 19:28 26 Jul 2008

Did you uninstall the other drivers first.

  citadel 19:49 26 Jul 2008

it needs a 300w or better psu.

  gengiscant 19:55 26 Jul 2008

Taken on board guys.
citadel
PSU not a problem.

jimv7
You might have hit the nail on the head,no I did not uninstall the other drivers,
so my next move would be?uninstall both,then reinstall 9800.

  gazzaho 20:44 26 Jul 2008

I would use Revo Un-installer found here: click here to un-install both sets of drivers.

This program is better at removing programs than the original un-installer when using moderate or advanced settings, it removes registry entries which sometimes aren't removed and can cause problems when installing later drivers. You might also want to turn off any anti virus software while you do the driver installation, I don't know if ATI recommend this but nVidea do.

  gengiscant 20:48 26 Jul 2008

Thats my uninstaller of choice.
An excellent program.
Must sort out the problem or a clout round the ear is comming.

or run click here it only deletes what it needs to

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