Quote: Originally Posted by Durfsurn
I will try that driver
. Um the 5450 is actually in PCI-E as I found out later on.
And it is not connected with anything it is just plugged into the PCI-E slot and has the VGA cable coming out of it.
The motherboard that you list has no PCI-E slots. Its primary graphics slot is AGP 8X.
The Radeon HD 5450 is available for a PCI slot. (While the names are similar, PCI and PCI Express are entirely different.)
I have no idea what the best drivers
would be for a PCI Radeon card. I suggest trying the regular Catalyst suite. That's assuming the card is working at all. Do you get video when the monitor is connected to the card rather than the onboard video of the PC?