Somehow this morning my computer began giving me gpf errors in dibeng.dll whenever I attempt to open a video file. Parusal of the web has led me to conclude that this has something to do with my video driver. I'm running an old Gateway 2000 with Windows 98SE. The driver installed is one I obtained from the Gateway support web-site some months back. I attempted re-installing this driver over itself but continued getting errors. I then attempted to remove the driver altogether but each time I try this I get an mgsrv32 error and the computer completely freezes. So, I'm stuck. I can't get the apparently bad driver off the computer to re-install it. This is all very vexing, as the computer was working fine when I went to bed last night. Incidentally, whenever I try opening Windows Media Player or Winamp I get the gpf in dibeng.dll error. Real Player opens but when I try opening a video file I get the error. Is dibeng.dll corrupt? Is my video card itself the problem?