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18 Oct 2009  

Windows 7 Professional 64Bit

Installing ATI drivers on a Nvidia card is asking for troubles i think.

Once i tried to switch my Nvidia card for a ATI card and i kind of forgot to delete the Nvidia drivers and the system didn't even booted up for me.

Assuming you have a old ATI video card (if you don't i don't know why you have some ATI drivers instaled) try putting that ATI video card back in and uninstall all the ATI drivers and then put your Nvidia card back in (Just uninstaling the Catalyst Control Center should be enough)
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