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ati2dvag causing continous loop


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frankielee

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Hi,
I have been unable to start XP in normal mode without getting the continuous loop and dumping of physical memory, caused by ati2dvag.... I have reformatted and can run in safemode, but every time I try to get on in normal mode the above happens. Any help would be appreciated.
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Have you got .net framework installed, will show as an optional here

http://update.micros...t.aspx?ln=en-us

Have you got the ATI software CD to install from, if not, have you downloaded the latest ATI software

Safe mode with networking should allow you to download, however, check the firewall and anti virus is running before connecting
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hi, thanks for reply: I do not have an ati disk, only a toshiba recovery disk for my laptop... when I try to go the link provided, I receive the following error, for which I can find no info - Error number: 0x8007043C and I am unable to update
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Can you get the download here

http://www.filehippo...d_ati_catalyst/
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If I may add. There is a lot of material about the corrupted file in google. You can download ati2dvag.dll fro here.
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thanks - tried it, at the end of ATI installation wizard, I get the following error: INF error Video driver not found. Setup was unable to complete the installation. Try to set up your display adapter with a standard VGA driver before running set up.
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hi - I just downloaded ati2dvag.dll from site - thank you - I am going to try to reboot now - will let you know how it goes - thanks again!
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