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Automated Windows Update disabled ATI AIW card

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Hello,
I have an issue with the recent Windows Automated Update disabling my ATI
All-In-Wonder video capture card in Windows XP. Then when I reload the ATI
software, the card works until the next Automated Udate disables it again.
I have temporarily deactivated the Automated Update feature due to this
problem.
After the update, I get the error message:
-------------------------------------------------------------------
"The TV player failed to initialize the video
DirectX components are not installed properly"
--------------------------------------------------------------------
I have DirectX 9.0 installed, so that is not an issue.
Does anyone know how to permanently amend the Windows Automated Update to
allow
use of my ATI All-In-Wonder card?
I would like to continue the updates, but also need use of my ATI card.
Thank you,
Feb 17 '08 #1
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Try posting your question to a more appropriate newsgroup, or to a forum
regarding ATI cards. This is a .Net programming newsgroup.

RobinS.
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Hello,
I have an issue with the recent Windows Automated Update disabling my ATI
All-In-Wonder video capture card in Windows XP. Then when I reload the ATI
software, the card works until the next Automated Udate disables it again.
I have temporarily deactivated the Automated Update feature due to this
problem.
After the update, I get the error message:
-------------------------------------------------------------------
"The TV player failed to initialize the video
DirectX components are not installed properly"
--------------------------------------------------------------------
I have DirectX 9.0 installed, so that is not an issue.
Does anyone know how to permanently amend the Windows Automated Update to
allow
use of my ATI All-In-Wonder card?
I would like to continue the updates, but also need use of my ATI card.
Thank you,

Feb 17 '08 #2

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