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Radeon 9200SE installation problems

 When installing the video card I receive a code 10 error (device cannot start).  Is there a way to reconfigure my computer or some how resolve the conflict?
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Go into safe mode. delete all old drivers using add/remove program, and remove all old graphics adapders from the device manager.

Download the latest catalyst driver from www.atitech.com  and Enjoy...
uninstall ati's drivers


if windows prompts for drivers for vga controller, just click through for a standard controller, otherwise accept windows-supplied driver for now.

reboot again

download and install latest chipset drivers for intel, nvidia or via-based motherboard (agp driver if sis-based motherboard), directly from the chipset maker's website, not the motherboard maker. don't know which it is? no motherboard manual? www.belarc.com free belarc advisor may tell you if you're not keen on opening up the system and looking (even then, it can be hard to tell which model the chipset it is).  www.intel.com - www.nvidia.com - www.viaarena.com - www.sis.com


download and install latest directx from www.microsoft.com/directx


download and install latest radeon drivers from www.ati.com
As a side note, try using the following program to clean out any nvidia or ati drivers:


just make sure that you have the drivers you want left behind unchecked when you scan

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