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Windows 7: ATI X1550 OpenGL Problem

16 Jul 2009   #21

Windows 7 RC1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bansh View Post
Thanks a lot
It works

The driver and Crystal Control Center works well

Thanks everyone

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 ATI X1550 OpenGL Problem

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