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Old 07-09-2009, 01:44 AM   #14
Join Date: Mar 2009

Posts: 19
Why not just use the newest Catalyst drivers 9.6 instead of 9.4? Also I'm not convinced that this is a driver issue as I have a 4870 and have never experienced these issues.

Why not try defragmenting your hard drive, could be that even if MA3 itself if not fragmented that your drivers or other libraries are (especially since you just installed the ATI drivers).

What I would do:

- Uninstall your 9.4 ATI drivers (use a driver cleaner also)
- Restart computer
- Install 9.6 drivers
- Restart computer
- Defrag (e.g Defraggler, JKDefrag, AusLogics Disk Defrag)
- Test MA3
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