I’ve had the same problem with the vista supllied drivers. And there is no Blescreens ever. Especially considering Pentium M and pentium 4 are electrically compatible. I think, it is just not full list. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Monday, June 21, 6: Thursday, February 8, 2:
|Date Added:||23 October 2004|
|File Size:||68.70 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
So I gave it a try and manually compiled It would not let me load them in normal mode. Once that is done go into device manager and click on the Standard VGA adapter and right click to update the driver software.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all! The new driver did nothing to budge the Windows Experience Index off 1.
Best ATI Mobility RADEON 7500 driver for W7
Find More Posts by tilkov. Thursday, February 8, 2: Could you please advise what to do. Graphic Cards Safari 4.
Tuesday, January 30, 4: This worked flawlessly for the last year or so with WinXP, so I don’t believe the card is defective.
I came across this Intel page that references Any suggestions other than don’t change the screen saver?
The INF files in these 2 archives are: Yet, it did help with movie display and playing. The device was recognized as a standard VGA adapter. Windows Vista Hardware https: OK, plenty of results obtained: I have done everything that you guys have specified and the display driver works great now, but My computer keeps giving this blue screen everytime I shut it down.
Monday, May 25, Nigel S, how did you install the Radeon drivers on Vista? I checked all the INF files I could find and there’s not a single entry for any mobility models whatsoever. Windows Vista IT Pro.
I got six files off of my ati driver that is being used right now Proposed as answer by Dierbaar Saturday, May 29, 5: If I just said: These drivers are very close to omega drivers quaulity. I did not say to reboot, but I tested Freecell and it said there was no hardware acceleration still, so then I did a reboot and presto!
ATI Mobility Radeon – Page 2 – Windows 7 Help Forums