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OUT OF FREQUENCY error

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pqt

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I just got a computer equipped with a RADEON VE card.
I dual boot between Windows 98 SE and windows 2000.
The drivers for Win2k installed and worked just fine.
The problem is when I tried and installed the drivers for Win98 (either
the ones from the install CD or the ones downloaded from ATI site),
after the system rebooted, I got an "OUT OF FREQUENCY " error onscreen and cannot boot into Windows!

This is the first time EVER such thing happens to me after installing a ATI driver.

Can ne1 HELP?
 
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pqt

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It happened wether I run at stock speed or o/ced. Like I said, Win2k works just fine, that's what really stumps me !!?
 

Door Knob

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pqt (May 12, 2001 12:36 p.m.):
It happened wether I run at stock speed or o/ced. Like I said, Win2k works just fine, that's what really stumps me !!?

Thats what stumped me too, I kept thinking of possible solutions and then discarding them. Sorry I couldn't help but maybe someone else can.

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pqt

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Problem solved !!!
It had to do with the Hardware Acceleration setting. As soon as I throttled it back a notch, everything is kosher again !