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Windows 7: Rolled back driver=BSOD

14 Apr 2009   #1

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Rolled back driver=BSOD

Hi all,

The other day I was experiencing some issues with my ATI 4350. I updated to the new 9.2 driver when it became available and didnt have any issues. I went to play my Test Drive game and i lost the sound and also game would freeze. I decided to roll back the driver to see if it would fix the prob and BAM! I got a BSOD! very unexpected! First time I utilized the driver roll back option in Windows 7. I was wondering if this is a known issue? Anyone else experience this?

I know my hardware is in good shape so I decided to do a system restore and all seems fine now when I play Test Drive.

Thx for input :-)


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14 Apr 2009   #2

 
 

+1 rep

I've not personally had any issue like this but it's worth remembering
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14 Apr 2009   #3

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hey thx for input...

the strange thing is I didnt have any issues with this driver until I tried rolling it back. just like the dents on my jeep... most of my BSOD have been self inflicted lol
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