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ATI Radeon XPRESS 200M from vista


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justjohn86

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I had a really bad booting problem with vista so had a repair guy put xp pro on my system instead (much better by the way). I've got all hardware installed except my graphics card (one in topic title). The only sign of anything like it is 'video controller' in device manager. All attempts to install chipset drivers etc have led to me being told that not compatible hardware could be found. It worked fine on vista, how can I get my graphics card up and running now i'm on xp pro?

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http://game.amd.com/...p/integrated-xp
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Thanks for the reply. But I've tried that and I'm told (as in many other cases) that no compatible hardware could be found. It's not a physical thing I'm sure as it was working fine in vista before the boot error leading to me installing xp.
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If generic drivers from the ATI site don't work, your only real resolution is to go to the people who made the computer and download a driver from there.
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I did. But the only XP download available is for SP2. When I had XP installed after the 'repair', it was only a copy, just to get me back in. So am unable to download SP2. I'm getting a proper version of XP today so I'll download the service pack and then try out the driver from the manufacturer (Packard Bell - urgh) and see if that solves it
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