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Originally Posted by RetroGamer. Windows 7 Ultimate x Here's the screenshot of device manager as it appears when I open it.
Notice the error in the system category, which has the error message that there are not enough free resources, but even disabling almost everything I can does not free it up. Also notice that the display adapter category is missing.
The resource error is gon e and the display adapter category is present with the x card. Originally Posted by sygnus Originally Posted by p5bdkw. Use the stand-alone AMD driver. Use 7-zip, extract the AMD driver package to a folder on your desktop. Go to the device manager and select Update Driver Software, and select Browse for driver software on your computer and point to the folder you created on your desktop.
Windows 7 Pro x64 1 , Win7 Pro X64 2. Marina Del Rey, CA. Then format the C-partition and install a "retail" Win7, not using a restore of the Sony-provided recovery disks but a true "retail" Win7 that will look at your hardware. Whatever the results, you can always restore your system image to get back to just where you are right now, so it seems you have a no-risk experiment here. Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. Have you tried re-installing the chipset drivers?
Originally Posted by dsperber. It was manufactured and sold long before Win7 existed. As with much "legacy" hardware and older computers, it or its BIOS may or may not be usable with Win7, or may not perform all that well with Win7 even if you can find drivers for all of its parts, or just may cause you problems with Win7.
May run fantastic with WinXP, but not so much if at all with Win7. This could simply be strong reason to remain with WinXP, if you want to remain with that hardware. But there are many good things to say about Win7 when used on newer machines with more recent hardware. And is this an XP machine? And I don't use Windows 7 on this system anymore because it wastes 1. This has nothing to do with DirectX. Anyway that yellow mark seems to indicate a chipset driver for your motherboard.
Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1. Whether you use 7 or not is up to you, but to not use it because of a misinformation is a bad way to go. I feel really stupid right now, but I just updated my x drivers and found that with the new drivers, it supports every game and program I have on this computer on good settings, which is good enough for me as it'll alow me to run all the games me and my friends play on LAN.
Could have used this x all along if I knew of the new drivers Similar help and support threads Thread Forum ati radeon not enough memory?!
Hi I have this computer: Pentium R dual core CPU e 2. I just upgraded to win7 home premium 64 bit and need latest drivers for this: Graphic Cards Is Radeon good?
I recently bought Radeon HD graphics card. Is it good for windows 7? Can i run games like Warcraft 3, WoW , Sims Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. All times are GMT The time now is Page 2 of 3. Originally Posted by RetroGamer however the drivers don't appear to work with the card even though they are supposedly installed and therefore I don't get the direct3d or opengl support the card has to offer.
How did you come to that conclusion? Find More Posts by sygnus However every time I try to install the ATI drivers, they say that they "installed successfully". I know this card definitely works as I've tried it in other computers. Tried that, didn't work. Find More Posts by RetroGamer. Find More Posts by dsperber. Sardonicus Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit 2, posts Illinois. Find More Posts by Sardonicus. Originally Posted by dsperber Suggestion: Originally Posted by p5bdkw Have you tried re-installing the chipset drivers?
I may install Windows 7 on another HDD just to see if it can handle the card any better then XP, as the last time I had Windows 7 on this system was sometime last year, long before I got the Originally Posted by sygnus21 And is this an XP machine?
I would highly suggest you read this article to get a better understanding of Window 7 memory usage - Windows 7 memory usage: What's the best way to measure? ZDNet Whether you use 7 or not is up to you, but to not use it because of a misinformation is a bad way to go. I know it doesn't directly deal with directx and yes, the missing driver does affect the DirectX but since I can't install a new driver, I don't get the DirectX support I need when running programs.
The exclamation point according to the information on the device window, is due to the system resources being taken up by other devices. I am almost completely confused when it comes to this dilemma, but I think the system resources, if the error message is true, are the real problem. Perhaps my system simply doesn't have enough resources to run it.
Originally Posted by dsperber Just in passing Yes, the machine is about 7 years old, and perhaps that is just it. Going along with the resource error, perhaps the machine is just to old to have the resources needed to use the card, and it would make sense as the other two systems it was used in My newer system and my friends are both newer then this system.
As for Windows 7, I can run it just fine on this machine and with the x card even get areo support, so it certainly isn't too old for that. I think I've certainly got my money's worth out of it, and maybe it has simply reached it's end for upgrades.
Unless someone has a better cause, I shall assume that this computer is too old to have the resources needed to run the and I'll just have to stick with the x Thank you to everyone who posted in this thread for all your help. Originally Posted by sygnus21 Whether you use 7 or not is up to you, but to not use it because of a misinformation is a bad way to go.
Find More Posts by DeaconFrost. Where did you get "updated drivers for the x"? Or just standard Catalyst drivers from the ATI site that were named when you searched for x latest drivers? What is the version and date of these "updated drivers"? What had you previously been using, if you remember? And why hadn't you done either of these previously? You didn't think the x was capable enough for use in gaming?
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Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Windows 7 Ultimate x It's been working fine for normal use, but the drivers are 2 years out of date and no games want to work on my system. I tried installing the Catalyst Red herring; ignore that. I can revert back to the original drivers and the screen looks fine, but I'm not getting to use any of the games I've got installed now. Anyone got any bright ideas? I guess I just had to get a tiny bit drunker. I fixed the problem and it's working fine now.