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Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. Just a guess though, but I figure you won’t get very far with the Radeon sadly. DirectDraw and Direct3D are also enabled. Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site.
Win 7 Ultimate x Welcome to Super User. These official drivers are useless, because you can use the Standard VGA driver with the same success.
ATI Radeon 7000 Series for Windows 7 (32 bit)
Hurda 3 3 8. Thanks in advance for the help and advices. Similar help and support threads.
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I”m really finding that older PC’s are better off staying with XP, Win7 likes more then 1gig of ram and Vista more then 1. He is using the AGP as a temporary one and will 0700 to have a or mb later.
Are there any known drivers out there. I did not have to find the drivers as my system had drivers and somehow it came back a said that it successfully installed the drivers and is running without a hitch.
Then run auto detect program.
So check out the ATI website for drivers. Have you tried installing the card and booting into Windows 7? This site has the bit versions. Net is xti opinions of its users. You have a good one: You bet I did, it was my first guess – but it ain’t working.
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I have used the Modifier to modify the Sti files and rerun the catalyst software, still keep getting errors that setup cannot find specified hardware. Win 7 Ultimate 64bit My System.
Hello stormy13, Thanks for the reply. This is an ancient question that already has some sp to official sources. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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The official drivers by Intel are indeed x64 compatible, but they are reduced versions. I have used the catalyst uninstaller to completely clean up the registry, and install from scratch, I have used several different versions of the catalyst software, from version 9 all the way back to veresion 5. This is my modification to some official Intel’s driver. This is my second video card. I have looked online and have gotten results varying from trying to do some confusing mobility hack on it, looking at the outdated Omega driver site which has no support for Windows 7 drivers due to apparent lack of funding that the author cited in his error-like page, and a plain answer that my card is too old and thus incompatible