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can't install ati drivers. please help.

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    riggers67 Thread Starter

    Aug 12, 2008
    I am using Xp pro sp3. I recieved a blue scrren error ati2dvag is causing promblems. Xp's event viewer lead me to windows help which said Symbolic Name:

    The driver %3 for the %2 device %1 got stuck in an infinite loop. This usually indicates a problem with the device itself or with the device driver programming the hardware incorrectly. Please check with your hardware device vendor for any driver updates.

    The explanation was an outdated video driver which directed me to http://www.ati.com/online/msoca. I followed the instructions carefully and found the right software and drivers for the graphics card. Which is radeon HD 2400? As required, I uninstalled the drivers which were causing the problem and the catalyst control centre before trying to install the new software and drivers. The error message I receive is. Driver Install: user must be a member of the Administrators group and that was from the Catalyst™ Install Manager Installation Report centre, I have tried to run it as admin with a password and still no joy. :( I have everything the installation needs but still I have this problem. I have read somewhere that M.S Network framework can cause similar problems but don’t know how? :confused: Any help would be appreciated. Now, if I roll back, reinstall or search for an updated driver in vid control (device manager) it says the driver I'm about to install has not passed it windows logo or something, As i say any help would be great :)

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