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Radeon IGP 345M Updates!??!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by DorkyPenguin, Sep 23, 2008.

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  1. DorkyPenguin

    DorkyPenguin Thread Starter

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    Hello!
    Ok, first im not sure where this topic should go, but I just found my Age Of Empires III War Chiefs CD, and when I started it up, it says my Video Driver wouldn't support it and to find updates! I've found out my driver is out of date and there is a further update for it, but everywhere I go, I cannot find my driver! It is a Radeon IGP 345M at it is version 6.14.10.6458 and I know there is a new update, because I've tried downloading it, but I have to join the website and pay $30 to be a member before I can do any downloads. My graphics is supported by ATI and I have Windows XP SP3, Sony Vaio Laptop. If someone could help me out with this problem, it would be a big help! Thanks.
    -Dorky :)
     
  2. ~Candy~

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    Reporting a thread for technical assistance in any forum other than Malware Removal is a no no...please don't do that again ;)

    The best place to find a driver update would be Sony.
     
  3. DorkyPenguin

    DorkyPenguin Thread Starter

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    Oops. Sorry :p Won't happen again.
    I've actually searched Sony pretty well and cannot find Radeon IGP 345M.
    I'm not sure if they support it anymore...
    -Dorky
     
  4. ~Candy~

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    Well, then, my guess is that you aren't going to be able to update it.

    Technology flies by all of us :)
     
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