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Windows 7: Install issue with my graphics card

07 Jul 2009   #1

windows 7
Install issue with my graphics card

First off this is like only my second forum post EVER. I usually find a solution to my problems or use google, so plz bear with me if im not using the forum correctly.

So i've been using the windows 7 7000 build ever since it came out and its been running just fine on my setup. A couple days ago i downloaded the new RC 7100 build and when i tried to install it, i kept getting a blue screen.

I dont remember why, but i concluded that the issue was my graphics card so i took out my Radeon 4870x2 and took my dad's card, a GeForce 8500 GT. Putting the GeForce in my pc worked and it installed smoothly with both 32bit and 64bit versions of windows 7 RC

I then tried to put my Radeon back into my pc after installing with my geforce. Once it booted i got no signal to the monitor. After finding a work around my i got a blue screen after about 10 min. then it would not boot windows.

I'm still stuck at the installation with my radeon when i put the cd in. i get a blue screen right after the logo thing starts to move, this is before any setup information comes up.

In short, i cant get widows 7 RC to work with my graphics card.

Help is much appreciated.

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18 Sep 2009   #2

Windows 7
i get blue screen when i install graphics card in windo

Hi i am facing also the problem, had Vista 32bit installed
wen i upgraded to Win 7 blue screen came, i then used my onboard graphics to load Win 7, when installed i the installed my asus 256MB pci-expr graphics card and boot it and blue screen comes up,

pliz help
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18 Sep 2009   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

I had problems early on with ATI's drivers. My solution was to remove the Windows drivers, and extract the drivers from the ATI downloaded file. I could install them manually, and then reboot. Once I rebooted, I could rerun the Catalyst setup, and it would install properly. With 9.8 and 9.9, I haven't had any issues.
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19 Sep 2009   #4

Windows 7
blue screen after upgeaded to windows 7 RC

Hi can you please guide me step by step on how to do this, i have asus Graphic Card after i upgrade to Windows 7 i got bule screen 0x00000124 (ox00000004, 0x81A5B024, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)

When remove my graphic card and used my onboard VGA it works fine, but as ii plug in my graphic card blue screen appears to give blue screen, all was working well when i hard Vista installed

if you can help me please can you go step by step for me to follow on how to solve this problem

thanks In advance
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21 Sep 2009   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

For the ATI card, run the downloaded file, and let it extract to a directory, and then cancel the install. I don't have the files in front of my, so I don't remember the exact path, but if you look into the new directory and dig through some of the files, you'll find the driver files. They are pretty obvious once you look there.

Once you do, you install manually, through Device Manager. Find the card, right click to update drivers, and point that wizard to the ones in the new, extracted directory. Reboot, and then run the downloaded Catalyst file normally, and let it install as you normally would.
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