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CATALYST Windows XP 4.7 - Driver question

Discussion in 'Games' started by mrcoons, Aug 7, 2004.

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  1. mrcoons

    mrcoons Thread Starter

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    I installed Doom 3 yesterday and occasionally have the problem with it just crashing back to the desktop. So in reading the many posts in this forum I downloaded the Cat 4.7 driver. But in a number of posts I have seen folks say that they did or did not uninstall the previous version of the driver.

    Which is correct? ATI's instructions say to uninstall the old. (I need to hunt thru the stuff I got from Dell to find the old drivers just in case I have to revert.)

    See the attachment for my current version.
     

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  2. Topato

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    install 4.9 over your old drivers. it works well.
     
  3. mrcoons

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    All I see on the ATI web site is the 4.6 and 4.7 version of the driver. Where is the 4.9 at?
     
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    Thanks Topato. I have 4.9 downloaded and as soon as I am sure I know how to revert I'll give it a try. Thanks again for the assistance.
     
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