DONALD RODDY asked on January 8, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.
Atibtmon.exe Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library Error
» Just installed windows 8 pro & getting error windows\system32\atibtmon.exe, mircosoft visual c++ runtime library. How can I fix this? Any suggestions would be helpful.
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ANTHONY BIDDLECOMBE replied on January 15, 2013
- THOMAS TIPPINS replied on January 8, 2013: » The problem starts when I update the Mobility Radeon HD 4250 driver, I believe the atibtmon.exe is a ATI Brightness Monitor, is not related to Adobe.
The message is shown everytime I start the notebook, and when I wake it up from suspension.
Please tell me if there is any solution
- KIMBERLY SOULANT replied on January 9, 2013: » Following you can read what I do to resolve the problem (excuse for the quality of my english, I live in a french world :
I think I found how to correct the problem.
> On the AMD site, I downloaded the drivers for my Graphic card. At http://support.amd.com/us/Pages/AMDSupportHub.aspx , I used the 'Automatically detect and install' function to find the good drivers, downloaded and stored them on my PC.
> uninstall the old drivers.
> I uninstalled the old drivers.
> I installed the new version of the drivers.
> I restarted the computer.
> The message didn't not appear.
I upgraded to Windows 8. I upgraded the drivers (Graphic card) but I didn't uninstall the old one before. I just installed the new version without uninstall the old. I'm not sure but I think that installing the new drivers without uninstalling the old ones corrects the problem.
- THOMAS MUNSON replied on January 9, 2013: » I have the same problem too. This is due to ATI's Brightness Monitor which is part of the current Catalyst drivers. At this point, as of November 2012, ATI & AMD have not acknowledged that this error exists, and no fix is available other than uninstalling your ATI Video drivers, which of course is not an option, so we will have to deal with this annoyance until ATI addresses the error in the next driver update.
- MARK DAUGHERTY replied on January 11, 2013: » I also have the same problem, however I have both windows 7 and 8 installed on 2 separate partitions on my laptop.
>I ended uninstalling catalyst control manager and all the cr*p that comes with it on both OS. I stopped getting that error when I uninstalled catalyst. However my problem now is that if I boot into windows 7 ,shut down and boot windows 8 again. I get that error.
>I then managed to fix it again my uninstalling the default graphics driver from device manager. When I do that the screen resolution changes to 1024 by 768, I have to reboot W8 and it fixes itself and I am back to 1366 by 768. Then no more error until I boot into W7, shut down and boot W8 again.
- DOROTHY MCBRIDE replied on January 14, 2013: » For me a way to solve the problem was to go into the CCC, into Power/PowerPlay and uncheck the "Enable Vari-Bright". After clicking apply, there was no more error message when I plugged or unplugged my laptop.
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