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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro
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       #21

    Ben050 said:
    Brink, can i submit my drivers into this forum with link?
    Hello Ben,

    What do you mean by your drivers?
    Last edited by Brink; 06 Jun 2013 at 01:01.
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       #22

    Brink said:
    Hello Ben,

    What do you mean by your drivers?
    Question: Can i submit Webcam, LAN, WLAN and etc. Drivers?
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  3. Posts : 70,196
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       #23

    Ben,

    Sure, but they need to be linked to the manufacturer's download page for them, and not direct download links in the post. :)
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  4. Posts : 353
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       #24

    I have a question, which amd driver (especially for HD7770 series) is the most stable and recommended. Since the drivers section Asus model, there are three:

    [-]AMD8_95_Win7_32_64.zip (06/05/12)

    [-]AMD WHQL Driver V9.00 (10/17/12)

    [-]AMD VGA Driver V9.02 for Win7/Vista 32/64 bit (12/20/12)


    I ask because sometimes, rarely, when I see youtube goes uun message that the driver stopped working. Something usually happens to almost all even with the updated driver.
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  5. Posts : 22
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       #25

    What's the different AMD Chipset driver and AMD Driver Autodetect ? is still same for instal AMD Catalyst, right?
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  6. Posts : 70,196
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       #26

    Hello Nobodies,

    AMD Catalyst is for your video driver that you should see here instead: Latest AMD Catalyst Video Driver for Windows 7

    AMD Chipset is for your motherboard chipset driver.

    However, using the AMD Diver AutoDetect should detect both for you though. :)
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  7. Posts : 35
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       #27

    Pay for BIOS Update??


    My laptop is a circa 2008 Dell Vostro 1000 with Win 7 Home Premium. Processor is an AMD Sempron 3600+; current BIOS version is Phoenix 2.6.3. The Phoenix website says there is a BIOS update available, but I am referred to a 3rd party site where I have to pay $30 to get it. That seems ridiculous to me, akin to having to pay for Windows updates. Is there nowhere I can go to get this update without shelling out any money? The Dell website is no help - says there aren't any updates. I have replaced the original HD with a Crucial SSD and want to try AHCI, but the current BIOS version doesn't seem to support it.
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       #28

    Hello md2lgyk,

    A motherboard that old would no longer be supported by the manufacturer. The link below at Dell hasn't been updated in quite some time.
    I would strongly recommend to not use a 3rd party source like this. It's most likely a scam, and no telling what (ex: virus) may be included with it.
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  9. Posts : 35
    Win 7 Home Premium 32 bit
       #29

    Brink said:
    Hello md2lgyk,

    A motherboard that old would no longer be supported by the manufacturer. The link below at Dell hasn't been updated in quite some time.I would strongly recommend to not use a 3rd party source like this. It's most likely a scam, and no telling what (ex: virus) may be included with it.
    I guess I didn't adequately explain myself. I always go the the manufacturer's website (Phoenix Technologies in this case) when looking for updates. It is that site itself that refers me to a third party site (esupport.com), which it says is the official source for all Phoenix updates. It is an arrangement I've never seen before. And, according to that site, there is indeed a BIOS update available if I want to pay $30 for it.
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  10. Posts : 70,196
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       #30

    md2lgyk,

    If you are not having any issues, then I wouldn't worry about updating the BIOS. Especially since the source should be from the manufacturer Dell of the laptop instead. Of course the latest BIOS version at Dell for your laptop is 2.6.3 (1/21/2008).

    You could look at the release notes for this new BIOS version to see what it addresses, and decide if you really need it or not.
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