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graphics drivers will not install


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Gunz

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I keep getting an error saying like the software is not right for the device and such, ive used a program to double check me and i have an ati xpress 200m card in this lap top, i reformated it to xp from vista, and got everything working except the graphics driver, it is running the generic vga software. Everythings choppy and i cant adjust the resolution. I tried older versions of omega drivers, drivers from gateway and all over the place. Gayeway did not release this pc in xp only vista so finding drivers has been a task, but i found all but this. They just wont install

Ive tried uninstalling the card, disabling it, and so on. Am i missing something?
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phillpower2

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Download the driver from here http://game.amd.com/...integratedip-xp
& save it to your desktop then; (Please make sure you download the correct driver)
Find the existing driver in Device Manager - right click on it & remove it,
Double click on the downloaded file & follow the on screen instructions to install.
This should sort the issue, please post back & let us know how it goes.
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uninstalling the drivers wouldent do it, but i disabled the device instead, then installed the drivers i had and i knew they were the right ones, and it went throug, now im up and going. Thanks
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Congratulations on resolving your gfx card issue :)
Thank you for using GTG and for allowing me to assist you :)
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