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    Default graphics card problem

    Everytime i start up my pc i get a message saying:

    Catalyst Control Centre monitoring program has encounterd a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

    I tried uninstalling it and then reinstalling it but when i restarted the pc i got another message saying:

    CCCInstall has encountered a problem and needs to close etc.

    Any help would be appreciated. I have a Radeon X1900 graphics card.
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    It's possible that you have some remnants of the original drivers left in place.

    First of all download the latest Catalyst drivers from the ATI website. Then, go to Add/Remove Programs and uninstall all ATI/ Catalyst drivers.

    Now download Driver Cleaner to your Desktop, then start your computer in Safe Mode and run the application. Be sure to read the Readme.txt file included in the download.

    Once finished, restart the computer and install the new drivers.
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    Default graphics card problem

    I followed your instructions but im still getting the messages. Is there anything else i can try?
    Whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger

    Microsoft Windows XP Professional version 2002 SP3
    AMD Athlon(tm) 64 x 2 Dual Core Processor 3800+
    2.00 GHz 2.00 GB RAM
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