One sure way to test your machine is to install Win 2000 Professional … even if its not officially supported by your vendor(s) … its because of the way it handles The next time you reboot the machine a dialog will be displayed giving you a chance to report this failure to Microsoft.” Sometimes you can't even reboot it and you will adamucci August 27, 2009 my problem with ati2dvag was a bit different, although some of the symptoms were/are the same. Power light goes on, but nothing on the screen. have a peek here
re-format and the likes, still no help. Once you have done that, run some more HDD tests (from different manufacturers than the ones you have already done). otherwise download the latest version for your computer from the link: http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/download.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=gen&releaseid=R174616&SystemID=PLX_PNT_P4_755&servicetag=&os=WLH&osl=en&deviceid=3268&devlib=0&typecnt=0&vercnt=2&catid=-1&impid=-1&formatcnt=0&libid=27&typeid=-1&dateid=-1&formatid=-1&source=-1&fileid=237245 Dell says it's recommended. 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Message Author Comment by:Jamesey1 ID: 349290972011-02-18 I put Try reseating the video card (remove then reinsert). http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19430483
Marl S March 8, 2011 Should say "7, however, has to recover from the "loop" …. I've also tried the ATIx1600 with same problem. There seems to be some issue with Microsoft and ATI that is for certain, i can't believe it's been around for so long and there is no definate fix/solution to such No BSOD under Explorer or Excel, neither under other apps.
Set up a dual boot with XP and 7. They ran fine without any problem. I totally uninstalled that, purged the system, using CCleaner and JV16 Power Tools and installed the newly available 10.12 driver, but same result. My particular computer is using a MSI K9N6PGM-F model motherboard, an AMD AM2 dual core 2gig processor, and an ATI HD3850 video card which is a 512MB PCIe video card..
Fortunately I keep backups of the system so I was able to restore the system with updates level August 2010 and never get the issue since. Bios is A17 and is current. Keep smiling 😀 Jason S October 13, 2009 I have a brand new Lenovo Thinkpad W500 and I get the ati2dvag error constantly. http://ruxikivu.jimdo.com/2012/07/26/dell-optiplex-ati2dvag-blue-screen/ So, I lowered pretty much all of the settings in the Catalyst Control Center, and verified overclocking was turned off.
All is well and no more BSOD relating to the ati2dvag error….so far. Sorry guys, I gave it my all. What is that file even for? Rick G October 7, 2009 I did a barebones upgrade a few years ago.
Except, this time when I tested a streaming video, I a blue screen saying that the file ‘ati2dvag' caused a serious issue with windows, and windows had shut down. My technical computer skills are not adequate to try any of the various solutions… even the advice on updating the driver sounds problematic to me .. Now I tested again Fallout 3 and I have'nt had any problems since. Tyler October 13, 2010 I seem to be having a similar problem, but it seems way worse for me.
As I don't play games much that require latest drivers I purged 10.12 and installed 8.64 from the CD that came with the video card. http://webamplayer.com/ati2dvag-blue/ati2dvag-exe-bsod.html April 4, 2011 @ Abby Try uninstalling the new version drivers and installing the 10.10 version without rebooting in between. Abby March 30, 2011 Thanks Richie. I have tried the following; Register cleaner, no good latest drivers , no joy Removing graphics software and reinstall from scratch, lasted about a week before blue screening.
All rights reserved. STOP: 0x07E Hello everyone, I need some help for my Acer laptop(vista home premium 6.0, build 6001) Every time I start up my computer normally, within 10 seconds after the windows Anything I can do about these problems? 09-24-2011, 05:02 AM #7 dai TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: Jul 2004 Location: west australia Posts: 78,002 OS: win 7 32x Check This Out usually, if i was just working on the laptop (a Lenovo T500, brand spanking new, running XP Pro, SP3, 3GB RAM), i wouldn't notice much.
I have tried all of the recommended fixes to no avail, tried using about 50 different versions of older ATI drivers, none of which addresses the problem as none are the It's running Windows XP Home, though if I recall the disks we have are SP2, and it refuses to go to SP3 on his computer, though I switched over fine. Now to figure out which piece of software gets added on and causes the trouble.
A full drive image may be worth looking into. Although I'm having a few issues now with various things here's a few that I've noticed. 1) The computer takes more time to startup like it spends about a minute or But it can also happen intermittently, usually I have a desktop that is getting a random blue screen every few days on his computer. We're not affiliated or endorsed by the Mozilla Corporation but we love them just the same.
Do I get my money back from ATI and what have they said about it? It says my ‘ati2dvag.dll file has run in an infinite loop and had to shut down to pervent errors'. I have an ATI HD 3600 PCie installed (with onboard xpress200 disabled). this contact form Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 09-23-2011, 12:21 AM #2 dai TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: Jul 2004 Location: west australia Posts: 78,002 OS: win 7 32x 64x
Richie R. I read and tried pretty much everything written about on the net. I have done nothing but fight with this ATI PCI-E card since it's inception. It pops up the different modes to start it in (Safe Mode, etc) and so I hit start Windows Regularly.
I was about to abandon the graphic card and buy another one, when my son gave me the idea to make a roll back of the system. tiburshok BSOD, App Crashes And Hangs 7 04-18-2011 02:12 PM BSOD Stop Error Infinite Loop ati2dvag I always get my computer froozen for a moment then it turns to a stop So far, no BSOD! I've recently reinstalled a dell 380 precision and replaced the nvidia card with an ati 4350.
But the TV-out doesn't work in Windows, only under boot sequence. I would yank the card altogether, but his motherboard doesn't have built in video adapters, so it would make the computer useless. I have this error only when I am surfing the web, either with firefox or explorer. This keeps popping up on the computer and goes to a blue screen ( ati2dvag driver ).
The computer is a friends and I think she bought it a couple of years ago, run XP with SP2. I formatted my pc and one day after BOOM!!!! It's easy to find, and is just unchecking a box. If your "Newer" version catalyst drivers didn't uninstall correctly, or if your card's still giving you problems please let me know and I'll be glad to see if there's anything I
Possible also that you have some other corruption in Windows ... Therefore i tried to push the whole movie thing using a 3D rendered option in my movieplayer.. Did a full uninstall of latest ATI version with no CCC and reinstalled with CCC included. Dell didnt ship a disc labeled Windows XP Home Edition or XP Professional in.