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Installing ATI drivers causes BSOD
Well, after deleting Windows XP, Vista and Ubuntu and reinstalling 7 (32bit) as a single OS I maybe resolved my problem with Sapphire HD 3650 not working on 7 but now, when I install Windows 7 drivers (weird, my agp card gets recognized with normal drivers) and reboot I get BSOD before entering the login screen of Win 7. Any help?
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|08 Oct 2009||#2|
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Think you will find that the problem is the chipset on your motherboard (ULi) is unsupported (or has very limited built-in) support in 7. Managed to find the specs for your motherboard,
ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
and it hasn't seen a driver update of any kind in over 5 years. That said I have a feeling that the reason you are having problems with the actual ATI driver is due to the lack of a proper AGP driver. Would explain why it works with the default driver, but not once you install the ATI driver.
It also doesn't help that Nvidia bought ULi a couple of years ago, and then promptly dropped all support for it. The last ULi driver from Nvidia is over 3 years old, and only has support for up to one of the beta releases of Vista (Beta Build 5320).
Hopefully someone else will have a better suggestion but with what I can find about your hardware (not necessarily your video card, but the motherboard and lack of support) you have two options,
1. Run 7 on it, but only with the default drivers.
2. Stick with XP until you have a computer that is more up to date hardware-wise.
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