All times are GMT Select type of offense: Rick-M Replied on November 16, The time now is Thank you for your help, but I tried the same method several times, but every time I tried it, it ended up in Blue screen of Death. This is what ultimately worked for me:. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.
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That is the same driver I used before with my ATI x card. Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation.
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AMD/ATI Radeon Xpress 1250 drivers for Windows Vista 32bit (1 files)
The problem is, AMD no longer supports this chip, so there is no driver with Windows 8. How satisfied are you with this reply? I’ve outlined a procedure that worked for me in the following link: Perhaps someone else still using an x-series card can provide more info In reply to Hojung Jeong’s post on November 9, And if it’s one of the 9.
I’m understanding that you installed the driver by using compatibility mode under Windows 10? Sexually explicit or offensive language.
AMD/ATI Radeon Xpress mobility drivers for Microsoft Windows Vista 32bit
Please submit your review for Video: Go into your device manager and look under Display Adapters. You may want to check your Programs and Features and make sure the Catalyst Control Center has been un-installed before trying again without using compatibility mode.
Sorry, but it’s been quite a while since I used an x-series ATI card and I’m a little rusty on the details. Here is the link: Select type of offense: I have the mobiliyy question Find More Posts by Mark Phelps. Find More Posts by stormy I truly can’t thank enough the folks that use their time to modify those drivers so that everyone else except HW vendors benefits.
In reply to Rick-M’s post on November 9, I can not change my screen resolution to be able to load the games that we often play. Commentary The fight for updating old hardware into new Windoss is an endless one, and the number of tricks one has needed to find simply because manufacturers want to push you into buying new stuff is quite sad.
If it doesn’t, try one of the 9.
Rick-M Replied on November 16, This is what ultimately worked for me:.