|19 Jun 2011||#1|
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Sapphire 3650 AGP GDDR Drivers
That method should work with the hotfix driver but it also works well for the normal non-hotfix Catalyst driver too, even though the card is AGP. I don't use hotfixes any longer as they haven't been necessary for many months.
The only thing I can think of is that you're using the wrong .inf in either the wrong folder or right one. (Or again, could be chipset but I'd try this first.)
Download the normal Catalyst 9.9 32 bit for Windows 7 and extract it to C:\ATI.
Here is the .inf you should use. Download it and copy/paste it directly over the existing one in C:\ATI\Support\9-9_vista32_win7_32_dd_ccc_wdm_enu\Driver\Packages\Drivers\Display\W7_INF
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Now install using device manager the same as you did before.
Here is a link mirror in case the first one is downloaded too much and can not be downloaded any longer -
The links aren't active any more. Is it possible to post on other link with the drivers for this card.
I'm running on Windows 7 Ultimate x64.
I have a Sapphire 3650 AGP GDDR
Having trougble with installing.
System shuts down when starting windows before showing welcome screen of windows.
Or getting bleu screen error's.
Please help, i'm at a loss!
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|19 Jun 2011||#2|
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xxquatrocc, welcome to the Seven Forums.
That is too much work when it has already been done for you in the form of a hotfix driver set. The problem is you are trying to use the regular driver set which doesn't support the AGP cards, when with that card you need to use the AGP hotfix driver,
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