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Problems after updating Radeon 9200 series driver

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by gil_dano, Nov 24, 2007.

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  1. gil_dano

    gil_dano Thread Starter

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    P4 Windows XP pro - I have just installed a new ATI catalyst driver for Radeon 9200 series and now I can't adjust the screen resolution, font size etc. This all started after installing a new monitor and my grandson wanted to play his Fifa06 game I got a message "FIFA06 requires Hardware Graphics Acceleration". So I downloaded and installed an updated flash player from MS and an updated graphics driver from ATI. Can anyone help me? Thanks so much.
     
  2. Rich-M

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    Reinstall the old driver. Older video card don't do well lately with latsest new drivers from ATi or Nvidia.
     
  3. zabusant

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    You can "roll back" the driver in device manager - Control panel>System>Hardware tab>device manager - right click on the graphics card - properties - driver details:)
     
  4. gil_dano

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    Thank you very much for your replies. I decided to turn off the computer once again, and the problems I had had seemed to resolve themselves. However when I try to start playing the fifa06 game I still get the message "Fifa06 requires hardware graphics acceleration", even though I have updated the flash and graphic drivers. Can anyone help me here? Thanks.
     
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