Ati Radeon Xpress 1200 Driver Download Windows 7 Install Update
Discussion in 'Drivers' started by Ravenspe, Jul 20, ATI Radeon x series Jul 20, Messages: I have a Satellite A laptop with Vista, which has the Radeon x video card. Now it may be the fact that I installed the 64 bit version of Windows 7 and the card just does not have the driver support for it, but I spent 2 hours trying different things and it will not take.
I am going to try the 32 bit version tonight and see if I have better luck. I reinstalled Vista in the interim, but not happy with vista.
Ravenspe, Jul 20, Mar 8, Messages: Hi Ravenspe - Welcome to the site: Check out this Link. Ravenspe, Jul 21, Nov 30, Messages: I currently have 6GB. I was running Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit and everything worked fine. I downloaded the I also access my work computer remotely and the added security sounded good. I deleted my HD partitions, created a new partition and formatted for the clean install. During the install everything went fine, up to the point that the computer restarts and you have to provide input to finalize the installation.
This driver is not supported by Windows Ultimate 64 bit. I got the solid white screen. At this point the installation is not comets and you can't get to safe mode. I used my phone to go on the Internet and download a step by step screenshot of installing windows 7. The first window after restart should have been select language. Default is English so I hit enter. The next screenwas type a name for the computer. I could still see the mouse cursor so I s rolled around the page until the cursor changed to the "I" for entering text.
I entered the name and pressed enter. Next would be password. I opted to set that later and just pressed enter. Next would be product key. I scrolled as before to find the spot and entered the key and presses enter. Next is install updates. Used default by pressing enter. Next is clock and time zone. Again default by pressing enter and change later.
The computer will restart and you get the solid white screen. Manually reboot hold I. The power button until it goes off then turn it back on. During boot up press F8 at least on mine to get to safe mode menu. Start in safe mode. I went to divide manager and properties of the display adapter ATI X and selected "update driver".
I selected the locate myself option and then instead of browsing the computer, I selected pick from a list of drivers. This brought up two drivers. I selected Standard VGA and apply. I restarted the computer and the white screen was gone.
I downloaded the catalyst Restarted the computer and I got the white screen. I Restarted and as before used F8 to get to safe mode. I reset the driver as before to standard VGA and Restarted. I went to Windows 7 site and used the compatibility tool to find a 64 bit compatible graphics card.
Hopped online and ordered the Zotac GT. The new card said it would be plug and play. Won't even need third party software. So, you still need a new graphics card to run Windows 7 64 bit. This process will allow you get started a d for those tight on cash, it will allow you to work and utilize above 4GB of RAM until you can afford the new card or get one for Christmas.
BTW this took a load of research online, questioning friends, trial and error, prayer and two days to work out. Marketingtom, Nov 30, HI Marketingtom - Welcome to w7forums Take a look at this page - https: You will need to install the legacy drivers. I tried a number of the legacy drivers and each time I was presented the solid white screen at startup. My Acer is about 5 years old.
I like the system and it was probably time to upgrade the video card anyway. I did all that work to try and get to a point where I could I stall old drivers to eliminate the need to buy a new card and ended up buying one anyway. Very good learning experience though. Ask a Question Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? You'll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments here.
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ATI Radeon Xpress 1200 dirver
Discussion in 'Drivers' started by Ravenspe, Jul 20, ATI Radeon x series Jul 20, Messages: I have a Satellite A laptop with Vista, which has the Radeon x video card. Now it may be the fact that I installed the 64 bit version of Windows 7 and the card just does not have the driver support for it, but I spent 2 hours trying different things and it will not take. I am going to try the 32 bit version tonight and see if I have better luck. I reinstalled Vista in the interim, but not happy with vista.
ATI Radeon Xpress 1200 Series Drivers
Ati Radeon Xpress Series now has a special edition for these Windows versions: This option requires basic OS understanding. Select Your Operating System, download zipped files, and then proceed to manually install them. This option requires no OS understanding. Realtek Pcie Gbe Family Controller 2. I wil keep coming back for sure. Finally my PC got up to speed!