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0D Blue Screen error after install ATM4.0

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I've just installed ATM4.0 in a pentium II 300 mhz 64mb 9680 trident video. When i restart windows 95, i get the blue screen error 0D. If i edit atm.ini and disable it, windows start up properly. I enable atm and again the blue screen of death. I've consulted Adobe tech support and they have that problem only on STB video cards or when the acceleration setting is set not to maximum, but none of these applies to me. Any ideas? :)
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I had the same problem with a Cyrix P150+ 120MHz 64mb with TGUI9680 Trident Video. I Reinstalled on a fresh windows install and had the same problem.

ATM does not work on the TGUI 9680. A last resort would be to try turning video accelleration down to zero in the "system performance" panel. If this does not work, replace your video card, or cease to use ATM.
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To comfirm that it's a video driver problem, change your video driver to a generic VGA driver.   Reboot and run ATM.  

One question....for a modern system such as what you have, why did you go cheap on the video?  

You should be using an ATI or Matrox video card.  

Good luck,
Shawn
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Thanks for the help guys! rpf: I solved the problem by using the 1.30.02 version of the trindent driver (a bit old ;). I lost some perfomance but i can use it without problem. Sconnell: You're right, but the computer is from my job. Mi boss bought it, and he have little idea about it. I commented him the problem and he's now about to replace the card... Thanks!!!!!
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