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Old 04-17-2002, 06:26 AM
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Default ATI Drivers Crash G4/800

Hi.
Just switched to a G4/800
Using 001 card, adaptec 2906 & Powersampler by Creamware.
Once installing OS 9.2.2 the computer hangs during the first 2 minutes of operation.
This Happens with the cards installed or not.
When removing ATI Extensions From the Extension Folder ewverything works fine, but no video accelaration is available since the ATI Extensions are disabled
The Graphic card is ATI Radeon 7500 which is the default card used by Apple.
No updates are avialable in ATI.com, not for this specific Model anyway.
Any Answers?
Thanks alot, Nem
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