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BSOD (atikmdag.sys)





rhodem24
Hi everyone!

I bought a new system last December 2008...

Here are the specs:

System Unit :

Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 @ 3.16GHz
MSI P45-NEO2
2 x 2GB Geil Value DDR2-800
Palit HD 4850 Sonic 512MB
640GB Western Digital SATA2
Silverstone ST56F 560W PowerSupply

-------------------------------------------------

Samsung SyncMaster 2232GW 22" LCD
Silverstone KL01 Casing
Logitech Mouse and Keyboard
Altec Lansing VS2421 2.1 Speakers w/ Sub



I installed Windows Vista Ultimate x64 (64-bit) with Service Pack 1.

When I installed all the drivers of the Motherboard (Realtek Sound and Network, Intel INF), my computer runs smoothly...

After installing the Graphics Card driver, (Palit HD4850 Sonic) as default, my system needs to reboot.


when it reboots, after the Windows Vista Logo (loading screen...)

BlueScreen (of Death) occurs and it points out that the (atikmdag.sys) was the cause.


I updated all the drivers for my Video Card, (Display Driver and Catalyst Control Center 8.12), nothing happened.

the current version of my BIOS is 3.1 (Shipped version) and I saw from their site that they already have a 3.3 release... Will I need to update my BIOS?


ALL the ITEMS are shipped Brand New...

CPU Temp = 50-55degs
Video Card = 43degs idle, 55degs load..

so I think, it is purely a software/driver problem...


Please help.. Thanks!


-rhodem24
Jaan
I have the same video card and my system is really slow now Sad so i'd say its a hardware/driver conflict... try an older version of the driver or a beta :S ...
rhodem24
I've tried all the new Updates for Drivers (both Motherboard and Video Card) but still, BSOD persists.

Ill try to update my BIOS and hopefully, it will be able to fix it.



-rhodem24
jnager
rhodem24 wrote:
Hi everyone!

I bought a new system last December 2008...

Here are the specs:

System Unit :

Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 @ 3.16GHz
MSI P45-NEO2
2 x 2GB Geil Value DDR2-800
Palit HD 4850 Sonic 512MB
640GB Western Digital SATA2
Silverstone ST56F 560W PowerSupply

-------------------------------------------------

Samsung SyncMaster 2232GW 22" LCD
Silverstone KL01 Casing
Logitech Mouse and Keyboard
Altec Lansing VS2421 2.1 Speakers w/ Sub



I installed Windows Vista Ultimate x64 (64-bit) with Service Pack 1.

When I installed all the drivers of the Motherboard (Realtek Sound and Network, Intel INF), my computer runs smoothly...

After installing the Graphics Card driver, (Palit HD4850 Sonic) as default, my system needs to reboot.


when it reboots, after the Windows Vista Logo (loading screen...)

BlueScreen (of Death) occurs and it points out that the (atikmdag.sys) was the cause.


I updated all the drivers for my Video Card, (Display Driver and Catalyst Control Center 8.12), nothing happened.

the current version of my BIOS is 3.1 (Shipped version) and I saw from their site that they already have a 3.3 release... Will I need to update my BIOS?


ALL the ITEMS are shipped Brand New...

CPU Temp = 50-55degs
Video Card = 43degs idle, 55degs load..

so I think, it is purely a software/driver problem...


Please help.. Thanks!


-rhodem24


This is because you have problems in Windows Registry. It is a common cause of Windows crashes and error messages. Registry problems can occur for many reasons, including references left behind after uninstalling, incorrect removal of software, missing or corrupt hardware drivers or orphaned start-up programs. This will significantly increase the Registry size and slow down your computer, because Windows will need more time to load, search, and read data from the Registry. Scan your system for errors with Digeus Registry Cleaner http://www.digeus.com/products/regcleaner/registry-cleaner.html
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