|16 Dec 2009||#1|
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"Driver stuck in a loop"
I recently bought a Dell Inspiron 545 and when I turned it on and tried to log in to my Windows 7 profile for the first time, hey presto! It crashed. I got a blue screen saying that a device driver was stuck in a loop and it had performed a crash dump of physical memory.
I can actually log in to windows in safe mode. Also, disabling the graphics card driver and using the MS default one instead will allow me to log in to Windows 7 normally, so I suspect it's a driver problem. Anyway please take a look at the dump information attached, along with a text file copied from an error notification I received when I did manage to log in in safe mode.
Anybody that can help me with this, even if it's just a case of getting certain new or old ATI drivers, please let me know!
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