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BucketHead420

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Ok, First off, a lil backround, i've already run anti-virus,spyware, adware, and malware programs, deleted temp. files, COMPLETELY uninstalled and reinstalled the newest ATI drivers! My case is an ANTEC with major fans, so cooling isn't an issue, and i've done a fresh install of xp!


I've searched google, etc... for the last week trying to find some sort of help! My computer has crashed at least a dozen times in the last month, always the same way! BSOD Infinite Loop caused by ati2dvag, now i know that is my video card driver, and all the times it has happened, i've been using firefox,newsleecher, utorrent, and i think most importantly DVD REBUILDER in combination with Cinema Craft Encoder Sp (CCE)! DVD REBUILDER+CCE processes, encodes, recodes .vob or dvd files, and i believe it does this frame by frame, seems like it may be fairly intense on my graphics card, which btw is a TUL Radeon X1300 PCi-e! I have the latest driver from ati, using the catalyst program! Any help would be much appreciated, as i'm so frustrated at this point, i'm thinking about just buying a new video card, or Windows 7 but as you all know, the economy sucks and thats another blow to the ole wallet that i don't know if i can handle right now!
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rshaffer61

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Hello again Buckethead420
Have you tried to boot into Safe Mode and uninstall your ATI driver?
Then reboot and install the newest driver you have?
Also in your introduction I suggested since you stated you may have a virus you should go through the malware steps.

I suggest you go to the Malware Removal and Spyware Removal Forum and run all the steps located in the START HERE. These self-help tools will help you clean up 70% of problems on your own. If you are still having problems after doing the steps, then please post the reguested logs in THAT forum. If you are unable to run any of the tools then start a new topic in the malware forum and put this in the subject line...I am unable to run any malware tools

If you are still having problems after being given a clean bill of health from the malware expert, then please return to THIS thread and we will pursue other options to help you solve your current problem(s).
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BucketHead420

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I absolutely without a doubt, don't have any viruses! I used the newest version of MRI which runs off a boot disk and uses 6 different virus scanners, from kaspersky to panda! After running that overnight, i fixed the errors/viruses, and rescanned! After coming up clean, i reinstalled Nod32, updated definitions, and scanned and came up clean! Ran multiple spyware programs, including malware bytes anti-malware, also shows clean! I just checked and realized a new driver was just released for both my chipset and my video card, so im gonna boot into safe mode, uninstall, than reinstall the new drivers and see what happens! Any other suggestions would be great, ill post an update after i install the new drivers!
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Download BlueScreenView
No installation required.
Double click on BlueScreenView.exe file to run the program.
When scanning is done, go Edit>Select All.
Go File>Save Selected Items, and save the report as BSOD.txt.
Open BSOD.txt in Notepad, copy all content, and paste it into your next reply.

Thanks to Broni for the instructions and program
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