After updating my graphics driver, I discovered that the Catalyst Display Driver 6.10 from ATI website did not support my X1950PRO card. I was unable to reinstall the previous driver. After doing some research, I bought Driver Cleaner and followed the instructions precisely. However, after the final reboot, when I tried to load the correct driver, I get two error messages: - INF error. Video driver not found. - Setup was unable to complete the installation. Try to setup your display adapter with a standard VGA driver before running setup. These were the same messages I got before using Driver Cleaner, and I'm still unable to load the graphics driver. - Original (wrong) driver: Catalyst Display Driver 6.10 (rev 8.591) - New (correct) driver: Catalyst Display Driver 6.9 ( rev 8.291 ) - I followed the DC instructions to the letter. Although the instructions do briefly mention Safe Mode, nowhere in the instructions does it say if or when to actually enter Safe Mode. So Safe Mode was not used for any of this. The computer was disconnected from the 'net, the ATI Uninstall Utility was used in Add/Remove Programs, then rebooted. I canceled the attempted reinstallation of the drivers at reboot, no antivirus was running, DC was run using filters ATI and ATI CCC, the recycle bin was emptied, and it was rebooted. Again, it tried to install the graphics driver but I canceled. Then I attempted to install the correct driver, but failed with the errors noted above. - Just to make sure that the drivers didn't somehow still get installed by Windows, I checked Device Manager. The X1950PRO was not present -- the listed display adapter is DisplayLink Mirror Adapter. - The computer is running Windows XP - I don't know if I have .NET Framework installed. - Motherboard: Mach Speed P4M800 - The log files are attached. Please help!