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Windows 7: ATI radeon x1950 (agp) problem

09 Jul 2009   #1
Steve385

Windows7
 
 
ATI radeon x1950 (agp) problem

Hi ! I have installed Windows 7 and everything was fine, but it says that my graphics card does not support 3d hardware acceleration. I downloaded drivers for Vista (because there is no drivers of my graphics card for Windows7) from official ati site and installed them but I always get an error when trying to run game (i tried with solitaire).
When I press right mouse click and then ati catalyst CC and press it, nothing happens, like I didn't even opened it. Can someone please help me with this ? And max screen resolution is 1400x1050 ??




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09 Jul 2009   #2
Archon

Windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Steve385 View Post
Hi ! I have installed Windows 7 and everything was fine, but it says that my graphics card does not support 3d hardware acceleration. I downloaded drivers for Vista (because there is no drivers of my graphics card for Windows7) from official ati site and installed them but I always get an error when trying to run game (i tried with solitaire).
When I press right mouse click and then ati catalyst CC and press it, nothing happens, like I didn't even opened it. Can someone please help me with this ? And max screen resolution is 1400x1050 ??
I had a similar problem. Try uninstalling both the driver and CCC, then downloading the installers again and running them in Vista SP2. Once the installers finish, make sure that CCC is still in Vista SP2, and see if it works.

You can make stuff run that way by right clicking and clicking properties, then compatability.
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10 Jul 2009   #3
Steve385

Windows7
 
 

I did that, and still no success... Any other solution ?
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10 Jul 2009   #4
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 
ati driver

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Steve385 View Post
Hi ! I have installed Windows 7 and everything was fine, but it says that my graphics card does not support 3d hardware acceleration. I downloaded drivers for Vista (because there is no drivers of my graphics card for Windows7) from official ati site and installed them but I always get an error when trying to run game (i tried with solitaire).
When I press right mouse click and then ati catalyst CC and press it, nothing happens, like I didn't even opened it. Can someone please help me with this ? And max screen resolution is 1400x1050 ??
From the looks of the device manager the driver has a warning flag on it either its not installed correctly or not configured. could you right click the vid driver and check the properties and upload a snip for us

Thanks

Ken
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10 Jul 2009   #5
Steve385

Windows7
 
 

Here you go..


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12 Jul 2009   #6
r2l

Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit
 
 

Have ATI card, but not working? PEEP I would try my method first, since its all manual installing for the VIDEO CARD driver. Since you know where to go give it a go. give an update on which method works.
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10 Aug 2009   #7
huuub

Windows 7 64bit
 
 

That is not a solution but a not working link and an unclear story...
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