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Hi, well I have the following problem:
Last three weeks comp keep closing down for no reason, and then there are few outcomes:
- sometime comp reboot itself and comes up with the message that the problem is RADEON 9250;
- sometime restarts with a black screen;
- but very often I have to switch it off, and after starting I have blue screen with the message:

Problem is with “ati2dvag” and that “THE DEVICE DRIVER GET STUCK IN AN INFINITE LOOP” and message ends with:
ati2dvag
beginning of dump of physical memory
physical memory dump complete

I am not an expert, and to be honest with you, I don’t know what is “dump of physical memory” means (please guys don’t laugh if this is something so obvious to you); however, I have some basic knowledge and I have run all driver checks and updates; also I do not have a viruses as I have avg, adaware, zonealarm, …;

On my device manager everything looks fine – if this is any help.
I do the drivers update using DriverGenius and always shows me that the following drivers needs update:
1. Uli Integreted Driver
2. Uli Integreted Mainboard Driver for Windows 9x/me/..../2003/x64
3. ATI CATALYST Driver for windows 2003/xp
... than after updating the drivers, when i run checks, it shows me same drivers again and all over again...

Comp is eight months old but I have this problem in last three weeks

Thanks to anyone who is able to advice me what to do.
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anyone please
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is my question 2 hard or 2 easy!!!!
please does anyone know the answer for my question?
Thank you
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i'm reading
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THANK YOU!!!!
I APPRICIATED VERY MUCH!!!!
THANK YOU!!!
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try physically removing the card and booting the machine without it...then put it back in.....it seems like a driver issue for sure...but it doesn't make sense that you can't update it.....also try getting the actual drivers from ati and installing them that way
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i did all this already. few times.
unfortunately nothings happens.
PC is running for some time (1 hour or lets say 4) OK and simple shuts its down.
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In safe mode:

Right click MY COMPUTER, choose PROPERTIES, choose ADVANCED, choose the SETTINGS button in the Startup And RECOVERY section, and uncheck AUTOMATICALLY RESTART
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even reinstall XP few times. load the drivers again... and i really can't understand what is the problem. however i am not the expert so i didnt touch anything in BIOS - as i am not sure what "to touch" in there.
Every utility that i have (for drivers, registry, ...) shows that everything is OK.
Card is also OK i think as i have check it in other PC (with WIN 2000, but...)
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ill try it...
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my last post should theoretically at least stop the thing from rebooting....can you check your event logs and see if there is anything with a yellow ! or a red ?....
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i have done it!
Thank you
i will see who it goes - hope it will be fine

dsenette - best regards
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how can i do event logs
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start > run, type
eventvwr.msc
<enter>

Look under systems and applications for items with red Xs that happened at the SAME time as your problem...list them here.
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yes i have a lot of red!
for all of them source IPNATHLP - its like 50 errors - all same but different time
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