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Old 07-10-2010, 04:59 PM   #1
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Default Windows XP Video Driver Crash HELP!!!

I bought a good deal on my grandpa's laptop for $120, but a few of my games, such as Left 4 Dead and Far Cry 2 do not function correctly with the drivers currenty installed.

So i looked through files, and found I have ATI Catalyst Control Center 8.3 for a Integrated Radeon Express 200M.

Then i installed 10.2 from AMD.com, and installed the windows XP 32 bit one.

An error came up, saying that it was not made for windows xp, and could crash it. I bypassed it and rebooted, then at startup, it kept looping through the boot cycle untill i chose safe mode and deleted the 10.2 file. It works fine, but i still need the new drivers. I will post the specs and requirments of the stuff below.


Driver:

Integrated Motherboard

Radeon Xpress Series

200M

Win XP 32bit

Laptop:

AMD Athlon 64 Mobile +3400 2.2Ghz

1.25 Gb DDR450mhz Ram

100 gb ied hdd

Windows XP MCE 32 bit SP3 2002

and Windows Vista (unknown type because of forgoton password )
on a seperate 20gb partition.

oh, and if it reallydoes matter, it has a 15" screen.

and a cubical silver spotted cow on it.


Thanks ahead of time.
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Old 07-11-2010, 09:16 AM   #2
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Default Re: Windows XP Video Driver Crash HELP!!!

What's the question here? How to get the ATI CCC on your comp with the latest drivers?
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