Hi, I'm posting because there was a thread here a few months back concerning problems with the AGP drivers for the ASRock 939Dual motherboard. No one solution seemed to work for anyone, although several were suggested. So far I've tried a large number of the proposed solutions and none of them seem to work. The process goes something like this. I install the AGP drivers for the ASRock card (from ULi 2.13 integrated drivers), then restart, then install the ATI drivers, then restart, and then a few moments after windows starts the system will reboot itself. After that reboot, the computer is stable, but the AGP functionality is basically nonexistant. The system device section of device manager lists the UGI AGP Controller 3.0, the add/remove programs list has the ULi AGP to PCI driver listed, and the ATI drivers are installed, but in 3DMark06 the AGP functionality is clearly disabled as the aperture is displayed as 0 and the performance is horrible. I was able to run World of Warcraft without any problems, but obviously the AGP drivers are not functioning well enough for more intensive applications such as 3DMark06 and games like BF2. I think I've tried almost everything that I've seen suggested online without any success. I've enabled the AGP Fifo option under the BIOS advanced tab, as that helped some people with NVidia cards (mine is ATI, but I wanted to try). I've tried several iterations of the driver program, including 2.3 and 2.13, both seperately and as part of the integrated driver installation program. The system is usually stable after I install the AGP driver, but once I install the ATI drivers (having finished the AGP driver installation previously), the system will reboot soon after starting Windows. The first time I tried it the AGP driver alone would force the system to restart, and I actually had to reinstall Windows because the glitch made it impossible to go in and uninstall the driver. After I installed Windows and updated through SP2, the crash problem became a one-time event followed by stability. I believe someone named <JNT> Raptor was very confident about the combination of this motherboard and ATI cards, saying he'd used such a combination for several computers with no problems. However, I followed his recommended method very closely and I still had a system crash after installing the ATI drivers and when it was stable it again registered no AGP functionality. The process was: uninstall ATI drivers using add/remove programs, uninstall AGP driver using the same, restart, install AGP driver, restart, check to see if AGP Controller 3.0 was listed under system devices (device manager), if so install video card drivers and finally restart. I bought this board, a new processor, and new memory in order to stop bottlenecking my mid-range AGP card, but the performance boost will be pretty severely hampered if the card itself can't utilize AGP. Does anyone have a solution to this problem? I'm willing to try any walkthrough or guide if it means getting my AGP card to work properly. The other two options are getting a new motherboard or getting a new PCI-E video card, but both of those plans are expensive and undesirable. I'd prefer getting my Radeon x850 pro to work as intended.