Proposed as answer by tsericky Wednesday, December 2, 7: Can you guys give me some insight or a way around this or should i throw the card away and go with either a GeForce FX or FX ? Sunday, July 19, 8: It looks like the latest drivers for that card were for Windows XP. Monday, March 30, 7:

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Windows 7 IT Pro.

I tested resolution setting and what not and all was well. Shutdown computer again to test and make sure still no blue screen!

The only thing i dont like about it is you cant use the Windows Aero Feature and i dont think u will be able to use the video output feature. Rdaeon, May 26, Select the folder where you extracted the files. Friday, February 12, 6: Slackware is missing me!! BTW, will it matter if I get a mb or higher is that over rated?

Monday, December 27, 9: I got a really Jurassic PC. Make sure it’s got at least MB of video memory. I wonder if it has a side-effect on future.


I got a really Jurassic PC Motherboard: I don’t want to jump into the Vista bandwagon just yet because i heard that there are a lot of things that are not compatible with Vista. You can check for the latest drivers and get more information on the following website.

ATI Radeon Specs – CNET

Remove From My Forums. As I posted previously, that card wasn’t supported under Vista either. There’s no mention of Windows Vista. Some sort of memory access error or something….

AMD/ATI Radeon Series graphics drivers for Microsoft Windows XP 32bit

As far as getting a new PC – that might well be a good plan. But then again, that card hasn’t been supported since XP.

Restart Computer At this point my system shutdown perfectly without blue screen! But given how you like games – many of them require a good amount of video memory as well.

This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https: Tuesday, July 7, I found a perfect solution at CNET, the link is: Proposed as answer by ram4life Saturday, September 5, When I read the solutions about cutting and copying again the ati driver from system32 folder I smile.


Monday, March 30, 5: Windows 7 has a very similar driver model – and Vista drivers can be made to work with Windows 7.

AMD/ATI driver for Radeon 9200 Series Windows XP (32bit)

I installed it and after intallation and using the supposed updated my monitor was ok but after seeing the loading bar the screen went blank and not even disabling the onboard vga card on the motherboard helped in bringing the picture back. Some sort of memory access error or something… I even tried to radeoon the files with the compatibility mode set to XP-SP3 and still nothing!

Tuesday, August 16, 6: