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    Having put "ati2mtag" into Google's search system I came up with this page at the top of the list : http://www.ati.com/support/infobase/3747.html . I realize that NT4.0 is the operating system on that page but XP is a fairly close relation. Dunno if it'll help but maybe try a newer video driver as they suggest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrairieDawg
    Having put "ati2mtag" into Google's search system I came up with this page at the top of the list : http://www.ati.com/support/infobase/3747.html . I realize that NT4.0 is the operating system on that page but XP is a fairly close relation. Dunno if it'll help but maybe try a newer video driver as they suggest.
    Good find! But I have their latest driver version 6.14.10.6368 dated July 15, 2003 on both machines. I'm pretty good at keeping everything up to date.

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