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Windows 7: ATi Catalyst Control Center (CCC) Issues

02 Aug 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit SP1
ATi Catalyst Control Center (CCC) Issues

I've been using Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit for over a year now on a Dell Studio 1558 where the specs will be listed below:

Dell Studio 1558
i5-520m(2.4-2.93ghz)-1st Gen.
500 GB 7200 RPM HDD
ATi Radeon 4570 HD

Now I recently have reset the computer to factory defaults about 1 month ago, and recently decided to go and update all the drivers and CCC, as well as install Hydravision. I have done this many times before, and I prefer to go to the AMD/ATi site to get the drivers. I have ran the updater, and it said it installed successfully. After that, CCC wouldn't run, although it appeared when I right click on the desktop, as before, with the newer icon. Not only that, but restarting my computer and after entering my password to log onto my user, it would take at least 30 seconds to get past the Welcome screen, when it used to be much quicker, and then it would hit a black screen, and after a minute or 2 after entering the password the desktop would finally load up. So I uninstalled CCC and the drivers and reinstalled them, no luck. So I went to Dell and got the drivers from them. Uninstalled every little bit of ATi drivers and software, to the point where my display was 800x600, and installed the Dell drivers. Now my GPU monitor which I've always had said I had a 545v. The computer always had a 4570. So I uninstalled the Dell drivers and reverted to the ATi drivers, but I still don't have access to the CCC. And when I attempt to run CCC, MOM.exe runs then stops. Nothing else was installed, and I am stumped. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,
Tom H.

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