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Radeon 9000 AIW drivers

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Szentigrade, Apr 12, 2004.

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  1. Szentigrade

    Szentigrade Thread Starter

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    I recently used a program off of a demo disk that deleted old drivers for you. When i ran the program everthing seemed fine. The next time i started the computer my graphics where very slow and i get an error message that says there is no 3D card installed and the screen flickers to black (like its changing resoulution) and comes back. I checked the video drivers in the device manager and they were gone. The only thing i can come up with is that the program deleted my current drivers. I cant use any of the programs that came with my Radeon card. I've tried to reinstall them but i get an error message saying to install a standard VGA adapter first. Anyway i dont know what to do, keep in mind i cant do anything with the device manager nor can i reinstall the drivers. Does anyone know what i can do. When i looked in the display properties it says the driver is called VGA save. Does anyone know how i could reinstall my drivers?

    Thank you in advance, your help is much appreciated.
     
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    In Device Manager remove the Display Driver and reboot. A Standard VGA driver should be reinstalled by Windows. After this you can reinstall the ATI drivers from the CD or download the latest Catalyst 4.4 drivers from www.ati.com
     
  3. Szentigrade

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    The Drivers In The Device Manager Are Missing. There Are No Display Drivers, They Have Been Removed.also I Cant Use System Restore So Thats Not An Option Either.
     
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    Any one?
     
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