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loui

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:) First of all i wanna say im only 13 and need help to fix this problem.
maybe my english aint so good, so i hope you understand most of the things im saying.

the only spec i know about my computer (amitech) is:

the processor is an
- AMD Athlon™ 64 processor 3200+

graphic card is
- RADEON 9250
- RADEON 9250 - Secondary

Windows:
- It's an Windows xp.

And know to the point.

- my mom brought me this computer a half year ago. And i knew there was something wrong it crashed every time i wanted to play a game. Then i got this tip from a friend to update the driver, i did go to www.atitech.com ( im using aticatalyst i think, im not so good at computer ) and downloaded a driver update for my graphic card. and wow, i coud actually play now.. but then im downloading something and the thing comes up: where do you wanna save this file and bla. bla.. It sometimes crash. it turn into black for some seconds and then it comes back and a pop up window says: VPU recovery has set you graphic card off cause i didnt respond ( something in that style .) If it crash down second time you are online it crash down and you have to restart. I know its a 64 bit computer, but does it mean that i have to use the 65 bit windows? or what it is called.

I hope you understood what i said, and i hope you can help me to fix this, as you it cost a lot of money to have those computer dudes out to make it. :tazz:

thanks anyway.

Loui
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anoobrew

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Your operating system is not the problem. 1. are u sure u dont have a virus? 2. Reinstall your video card drivers
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loui

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Your operating system is not the problem. 1. are u sure u dont have a virus? 2. Reinstall your video card drivers

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I am 100 % sure i dont have virus i often scan, but the first thing i did then i got my computer was installing a game and play, and it didnt work at that time, but how do you reinstall you graphic card thing?
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