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gbwelly

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#38314 28-Jul-2009 08:12
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Hello all,

The ATI AGP hoxfix drivers are up on the ATI site, you need to use a download manager to enter a referrer URL of the hotfix page URL, and change the 9-6 download URL to read 9-7.
I have a HD3450 and am looking forward to installing them on my Windows 7 RC box tonight. As the 9.7 PCIe drivers cure the TV3 bug I am hoping the AGP version will do the same. Has anyone tried them out and do they work?
If not I will try and report back.

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  #240740 30-Jul-2009 20:20
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Hi, I’m running a leaked version of Windows 7_ 7600 RTM X86

My Video card is a HD3850 AGP, latest AGP Hotfix 9.7 catalyst wont install on my system. what a disappointment

Have you tried new 9.7 Catalyst yet.

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  #240820 31-Jul-2009 07:56
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Hi, are they not installing because you are on the RTM version? Or have you not had any luck with the RC either? On the RC version I personally have to run the setup, it installs with the exception of the driver, I then have to use device manager to install the associated driver.
You tried this approach?
I've not had a chance to test TV3 on the 9.7 AGP drivers as my DVB-T card is sitting disabled in my vista media center in the lounge (will get the 7MC upgrade treatment as soon as I can get my mitts on a legit copy).









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  #247000 15-Aug-2009 17:59
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Sorry about delayed reply, you were right, installed Drivers manually and away it went.

Get occasional pixilation on TV3 now and then. Apart from that it’s never been this good and it can only get better.

There’s also a newer Driver than the one Windows 7 gives you for my Nova T-500, using that also.

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