ZorgSep 27, 2008, 4:57 AM Vista or XP? But that cant be the problem because I went to the manufacturer's site and they had it listed, and those drivers do not work either. Discovery Role-Playing -- Stories and Biographies ---- Watering Holes -- Communication Channel ---- Official CNS Broadcasts ---- Sirius News and Commerce -- Bounty Offices ---- Blanket Bounties ---- Bounty Archive ---- I don't even load it, I just load the drivers. have a peek here
I've tried several different drivers, I tried to install it manualy by going in the hardware manager, and selecting update driver, then point to the C:\AIT folder that the drivers create, I currently had 7.3 (if it aint broke, dont fix it). it just doesn't compare...) On a very small upside though, I can numb my mind for hours on end playing Freelancer now. If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=292092
The video adapter is: ATI Radeon Xpress 1150 My laptop (MX6448) came with with Windows XP media center edition. Just download the Drivers and not the CCC. The AIT folder has been removed (several times), so they cant be hiding there. As soon as I disabled it DisplayLInk and rebooted, the Windows did a full load with a standard video driver, which then alllowed me to install the newest ATI Catalyst. 0
axan2003Sep 27, 2008, 4:52 AM At this point I dont even care what drivers I get installed, but both 8.8 and 8.9 are not working (getting the same error message upon For support using these tools, please contact the respective software company that provides them.Temporarily disable the antivirus until the graphics driver has been successfully installedThese troubleshooting steps can resolve most driver axan2003Sep 27, 2008, 11:26 PM I have SP2 but ill try that and report back ZorgSep 28, 2008, 4:16 AM If it is working properly then leave it alone, unless you http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/255377-33-issues-drivers But hey, if any of you guys have found a way to get ATI drivers working smoothly on Ubuntu/Sabayon/OpenSUSE/whatever, I will remove Windows so freaking fast it'll leave a burn mark
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They should be on ATI's site also somewhere. No, create an account now. I have an intergrated ATI Radeon Xpress 200 on my Mobo and also have ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT as my graphics card. 0 Comment Question by:vklen Facebook Twitter LinkedIn https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/24415874/ATI-Catalyst-Installer-error-Severe-set-up-did-not-find-a-driver-compatible-with-your-current-hardware.htmlcopy Already have an account?
I installed it and the newly-purchased PSU and installed the driver on my Linux side - no troubles there. navigate here I followed the usual routine I have unstalled everything ATI related by Add/Remove Programs and then usiing the DriverCleaner. If a matching driver is found, it will take you the driver download page containing information about the driver, release notes, and the file download link.This method is effective only if I've tried several different drivers, I tried to install it manualy by going in the hardware manager, and selecting update driver, then point to the C:\AIT folder that the drivers create,
vistashen, May 5, 2009 #8 mcclausky Thread Starter Joined: Apr 2, 2009 Messages: 4 Dear vistachen, Yesterday I already tried the old version from softpedia and it failed I have also http://us.sapphiretech.com/driver/489.zip Those are the XP32 ones, 9.3 AGP hotfix. I cant even roll back the driver because of Driver Cleaner. Check This Out I may come back with a separate question if I am not successful. 0 Featured Post Industry Leaders: We Want Your Opinion!
To add another thing. I just want things to be smooth like they were with my nVidia card. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now
Now, what ever I do to install any ATI driver, during it's installation, after it copies a bunch of dll files to my system32 folder, and error message comes up and Solved: Can't find video drivers for ATI Radeon Xpress 1150 on Windows XP x64 Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by mcclausky, May 5, 2009. I currently had 7.3 (if it aint broke, dont fix it). I AM SORRY, I DON'T SPEAK ENGLISH!
I'm referring to the inf sub-dir under c:\windows\system32. Any way I could clean this up? The tool is designed to provide only the latest official AMD Catalyst™ graphics driver. this contact form Mc mcclausky, May 5, 2009 #1 Sponsor vistashen Banned Joined: May 2, 2009 Messages: 457 enter the image code and download the ATI Radeon Xpress 1150 for windows xp
Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. mcclausky, May 6, 2009 #9 vistashen Banned Joined: May 2, 2009 Messages: 457 Congratulation! To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. You mentioned "Unfortunatlely, no option in BIOS set up to disable Onboard Video." Do you have the most current BIOS installed? 0 Message Author Comment by:vklen ID: 244150132009-05-18 uucknaaa -
mcclausky, May 5, 2009 #3 vistashen Banned Joined: May 2, 2009 Messages: 457 Do you want to try with this old version http://download2us.softpedia.com/dl.../drivers/video/8-12_xp64_dd_ccc_enu_72273.exe vistashen, May 5, 2009 #4 vistashen Banned The CCC "crashing" happens to me to, its not a big deal, the driver and the card continue to work fine. Played around with it some more, just tried the following: *selected "uninstall" on both ATI x800s' (one is "secondary") from device manager *reboot *device manager says "standard vga" *install 7.9, error Question has a verified solution.
However, the engines effects have lower quality. All rights reserved. REINSTAL CHIPSET OF MOTHERBOARD. LVL 69 Overall: Level 69 Components 36 System Utilities 5 Message Expert Comment by:Callandor ID: 244111802009-05-18 Onboard motherboard video chipsets typically share the same resources as PCI-Express video cards, so you
Customer brought in a 7 box with a dated motherboard (2005ish) with a fresh install done by himself, and he had the same problem as you. I picked the right OS, (I have windows XP professional so I'm going to assume the 32 bit one is what I have) but the 4600 series is not even listen I got tired of it and installed from scratch Windows XP Professional x64 Edition - Version 2003 - SP2. O/S: Windows XP Platform: HP Pavilion a800n RAM: 1GB PSU: 450w (with a shiny blue LED light...) V/Card: ATI Radeon HD 4650 (512MB DDR2 AGP) S/card: Soundblaster Live! 5.1 Surround Mouse:
Durruti View Public Profile Find all posts by Durruti (#4) rflair Don Commisso Videocard: GTX 980/290X Processor: [email protected]/[email protected] Mainboard: Asus P877V-Pro/Asus P5K-E Memory: 16G 2133MHz/8G 900MHz Soundcard: Onboard/Fiio When trying to install the drivers it almost always gives the error: ".......setup did not find a driver compatible with your current hardware or operating system. axan2003Sep 28, 2008, 6:11 AM yea ill just leave it hah, at this point of just so boggled as to why I am getting these error messages when trying to update