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Windows 7: Ati Rage xl on supermicro h8dae I need driver W7-64b..

13 Nov 2010   #1

W7 ultimate 64b
Ati Rage xl on supermicro h8dae I need driver W7-64b..

I need driver for ati rage xl on motherboard h8dae supermicro.. i have found only 64bit xp driver but it's not compatible.. I use windows in vga driver, help me!! :)

i don't have a other pci slot free.. and it's impossible put another VideoCard..


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13 Nov 2010   #2


If it's an old-ish or discontinued model of video card, you may be out of luck. Many hardware manufacturer's won't spend resources on writing 64-bit drivers (or even 32-bit drivers in some cases) for their old devices for a relatively new version of Windows.
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13 Nov 2010   #3
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Win 7 Ultimate x64

brusca, welcome to the Seven Forums.

One thing to keep in mind is that that card hasn't seen a driver update since April 2002,

Drivers for Discontinued ATI Rage

so I'm not surprised in the least that the XP 64 bit driver didn't work as there is no support for it in the driver. Also means there is not now and never will be a Windows 7 driver for that card.

All things considering you need a new card that does have Windows 7 support, either that or you continue using that old card with whatever driver Windows installs for it.
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13 Nov 2010   #4
Orbital Shark


The best I can advise is to download the XP driver then reboot your machine. Once it begins to boot, tap F8 to access the boot options menu then select Disable Driver Signature Enforcement from the list. You may then be able to install the XP driver in Compatibility Mode mode for XP (any SP).

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13 Nov 2010   #5

W7 ultimate 64b

thanks to all...

I have see the discontinued page of Ati.
I have install the driver sata of the Lsi controller with the solution of Orbital Shark :) ... but the vga driver is impossible.

Ok no problem.
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14 Apr 2011   #6


I'm running one of these cards in one of my servers. The best way to deal with the low resolution of the card is to access the server via RDP, i.e. remote desktop. You then get the screen resolution of the guest machine, in my case 1920*1200.

Makes it very manageable.
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 Ati Rage xl on supermicro h8dae I need driver W7-64b..

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