Video drivers crash on cs5

This past week my photoshop has been saying "Video drivers crashed" on startup, and I can't use scrubby zoom or any 3d features.  Every few startups photoshop also crashes.
I tried to update my video drivers, then I did a clean install of them, and no fix.  Then I reinstalled photoshop cs5 and still have the same problems.
Any ideas what could be wrong?  I doubt it is my video card as I have not had any other gpu related problems on anything else.

So you're running Catalyst 11.1 then?  Though I don't have the same card as you, I'm running Catalyst 11.1 (on a 4670) and have no problems.  That doesn't mean much except that ATI certainly can get OpenGL right in at least some of their cards.
Photoshop is clearly unimpressed with the OpenGL implementation on your system if the option won't stay set.
Have you looked at the temperature(s) of your card?  I think the Catalyst Control Center can show you that.
You might try a full remove and install of the Catalyst suite, though to be honest I've seen no failures and I've been through many different versions over the past few years.

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