Help! No matter what I do, I can't seem to get AGP Texture Acceleration enabled in DirectX without serious problems arising. System Specs: A7V600 motherboard - bios 1005 Athlon XP 2000+ CPU 2 x 256meg pc2700 DDR RAM Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 Radeon 9500 non-pro 128meg Creative Labs Audigy 2 DirectX 9.0b installed 430W Power Supply Now, I've done searches on many boards on this problem - so please don't tell me to use my search function I've re-formatted and re-installed repeatedly. I've tried the Hyperion 4.48's the 4.49's and the 4.43's. I've tried Cat 3.6, 3.7, 3.8's. I've fiddled my AGP settings to x4/x8, with Fast Writes and without and all sorts of combinations in my BIOS settings and no matter what I do my system ends up being -very- unstable with -any- of the AGP drivers installed. I get blackscreens, random reboots, blue screens of death, lockups, you name it. The only way my system seems to be happy is if I leave the basic PCI drivers that Windoze installs. And oddly enough the ONLY way I seem to be able to get Texture Acceration enabled and my AGP functions to work is to either a) uninstall SMARTGART or b) uninstall the entire ATI control panel. If I do that, I get the AGP texture acceleration. For all the good it does me though, since if I do get it enabled my system pretty much becomes so unstable as to be unusable. All my other drivers are up to date, I've applied the AMD/AGP/Windows 2k registry 'fix'. My CPU temperature doesn't go above 45c. I've checked for IRQ conflicts and there aren't any. I'm at witts end here. Anyone else had this problem and actually resolved it?