hey there catniles ....
I use to have ati wonder card ...
Those with ATI cards should also search for a file called atitvo.dll or ATITVO32.DLL in your Windows directory and rename it to (or move/delete it) something (or somewhere) else ...there is also zip file that will do this automatically
it is called ati macrovision remover tool ...
(Be sure you're enabled "show hidden files" in Explorer, or you won't be able to see the driver file.)
Usage To use the patcher just run it. It will locate the appropriate driver automatically. If that doesn't work you can try to locate the driver yourself. It should be called either "atinmdxx.sys" or "ativmdxx.sys". Once you've found it, drag it on top of the patching program's icon and it'll start up and patch it. (Be sure you're enabled "show hidden files" in Explorer, or you won't be able to see the driver file.)
You will probably have to reboot to activate the patched driver.
Caution Unfortunately, the Macrovision detection driver loads at startup (at least in Windows 2000). If something goes wrong , your system might no longer boot after running this program. In case you have problems, the patching program saves the original driver in a file with the ".ori" extension, in the same directory as the patched driver. You should be able to boot up in safe mode and replace the broken driver with the original one. Compatibility I have only tested this program with Windows 2000 and the All-In- Wonder 128 16MB
here is the link to the program to do that
hope this gets ya going i know it work for me in the past .. let me know if it works for you