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First, I need to get a few small things said:
- It probably isn't a power problem, as it runs "fine" BEFORE installing drivers
- Already disabled as many video drivers as possible, and some other drivers

Ok...my problem is that once I install the driver, after the reboot I get "many green lines of randomness" and it's impossible to read anything. I've tried both the driver off the ATI site and the included driver. Also, my computer doesn't really detect the card as I don't get an "install new hardware" thing, the card doesn't show up when I look anywhere and I can't use the driver anyways.

Other things are that, despite a "successful" (installer says so, I disagree) install, CCC doesn't work because the driver is non-functional. I guess it's because I'm using a Geforce 2 card (yep, no lies here) and the other time was in Safe Mode, but eh.

...soo, help please?

Pentium Dual Core 2.2ghz
1gb RAM
420 Watt Asus
 

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what
video card
cpu
m/board
power supply
brand
wattage
are you running
any error message
check your tempretures and voltages in the bios and post them
in the device manager uninstall the card
reboot tapping f8 and choose vga mode
when windows finishes rebooting
disable a/virus
install your drivers
reboot the computer
 
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