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Midnight_102

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Hi everyone. When I start my pc a window opens that is from ATI asking me to reset or cancel. What should I do????? :tazz:

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Reset or cancel what? Did you recently install ATI drivers?
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This is the message I get when the window opens:

ATI's desktop manager is being unloaded because an ATI display driver is not currently running.

If you have administrator privileges, click "Reset" to revert to default display settings. Select "Cancel" to close this window with no changes.

To permanently remove an installed ATI display driver, use the Add/Remove Programs control panel.

No I did not recently install drivers. :tazz: ;)
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I would reinstall the ati catalyst drivers.....
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I did. It STILL pops up! :tazz:

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Edited by Midnight_102, 02 May 2005 - 08:07 PM.

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Please post a hijackthis log in THIS thread....you can get it in the link in my signature....
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