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ATI Video BIOS Poller Client Error at Boot Up


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piper

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At boot up this morning, I got this error
ATI Video BIOS Poller Client ATI2EVXX.EXE - Application Error.
The Instruction at 0x7c911e58 referenced memory 0xff001000. The memory could not be read.

My video card is ATI FireGL V3100, with ATI Technologies Driver version 8.223.0.0, date 2/7/2006. I updated to this driver about 4-6 weeks ago. I'm running WXPP SP2.

I googled this error and searched this forum, but didn't find anything. Nothing else seems to be wrong: the display looks okay, the adapter appears fine in device manager, and I didn't see anything in the event log. This may be a non-issue, but I'd to get a second opinion.

Thanks in advance.
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Sinoj

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I also had same error message yesterday once. After that i restarted 3 times...no problems, but dont have any idea about the problem.
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I am having the same error. Do you have the Catalyst installed? I just upgraded the driver and this is now occurring.
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Hey linda.

Try rolling back your drivers to the oldest version before the problem started occuring.
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