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Can't find your answer ? Thread Status: Not open for further replies. All rights reserved. I downloaded the latest drivers from the website and immediately my computer recognized the graphics card.Hope this helps Totally-braindead 11:24 30 Dec 05 Have you tried deleting the old drivers Check This Out

But the weardes thing is that tha card it self works. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - ya...but it is possible by nerdyboy1234 / January 5, 2006 2:14 AM PST In reply to: It would need to be higher-end to If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. In this case, you can install the Trusty Hardware Enablement Stack, which brings new versions of Linux kernel and Radeon driver.

Where in this process is the CD from the box utilized? Install that and reboot your PC. I didn't click on both of them to start the driver software installation-only one.Regarding BF2, we went through the uninstall process prior to inserting the installation disk and re-installing.I will try It was looking for either a CD or other place from which to download the drivers.-Connected to the ATI website, and downloaded the latest Windows XP driver.

  • If I try to do a have disk, it will list the Radeon 9250 along with the MS Basic Display Adapter as drivers compatible with the Authenticode(tm) signature, but if I
  • I shut down the PC, connected the monitor cable to the tower port, and powered back up.
  • I'm a nvidia fan for a long time, and with the money you spent on your radeon, you probably can get a Nvidia Geforce 6600GT PCI Express Edition on the internet.

Adv Reply November 24th, 2013 #4 Mark Phelps View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ubuntu Member Join Date May 2007 Location Virginia, USA Beans 13,236 DistroUbuntu Mate Development Release And as for Covert Moose, might as well: A) Get the 9550 or higher which WILL BE a AGP B) If you do not have AGP slot on you Mobo get Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - And... Do I need to uninstall additional software prior to using the new card?

Nah that's just me typing too fast and too badly, and then forgetting to look at what I typed! Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - pulled the trigger.... Can you give some detailed instructions or provide me with a link that can do that? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - to install the 9250 by nerdyboy1234 / January 4, 2006 12:53 PM PST In reply to: How to help my son with his

It only creates false hits in the search engines. Dec 29, 2005 #13 Dj_RevengeX TS Rookie Topic Starter Solved the problem, unforunatly Best Buy would have charged me a 40 doller restocking fee because there was nothing wrong with it. But i won't give up and give it a try. One last thing- Battlefield2 is a total memory hog.

My son even got the game to launch one time, only to have it get jumpy and then abort, a task we have been unable to repeat. http://newwikipost.org/topic/vgppxlNvpDUblokFrAKi2G8Go1C1Bghw/ATI-Radeon-9250-Problems.html In this case, read this page. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Quick Reply Reply Post Reply Subscribe to Thread Page 1 of 14 1 2 3 11 Last vBulletin Message Guest Quick Reply (no urls or BBcode) The following errors occurred

err attachment wont work.. his comment is here Feb 4, 2006 #17 jinishans TS Rookie Battlefield 2 in ATI 9250 PCI Card in Intel P 4 1.8 GHz 82845 GLVA Card In my system also Battlefield 2 does not The "xforcevesa" command you suggest would have to be entered using a text mode installer I take it. Tracking the shipment from your suggested website, it is scheduled to arrive on Wednesday.

I googled it, and boom first review "Awesome card, no Battlefield 2" then it hit me.... It is a mini itx (17cmx17cm) so there for it has less space for slots. So i think that the intel onboard is still calculating instead of the ati. this contact form bassfisher6522 replied Feb 11, 2017 at 2:55 AM All files disappeared and...

Is there? I am being told to either disable or delete the drivers to the Intel card; however, after doing so, I have no ability to perform any functions on the computer that Dec 26, 2005 #10 Sharkfood TS Guru Posts: 1,019 If BestBuy will result in a cash refund...

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I wanted to set up one monitor hooked up to my onboard intel card and one monitor to my ATI card.Click to expand... So i can't find bios updates etc. This generally solves the problem. Has the radeon been working before?

That's why I've been experimenting this weekend with Linux on this old Pentium 4 motherboard. Make sure your OpenGL renderer string does not say "software rasterizer" or "llvmpipe" because that would mean you have no 3D hardware acceleration: sudo apt-get install mesa-utils LIBGL_DEBUG=verbose glxinfo Removing the Advertisement Recent Posts Still counting to 1,000,000 #5 Mr. http://custsolutions.net/i-can-t/i-can-t-get-directx-9-0c-to-install.php The ''Windows XP'' logo showed up on the screen, and then it went black again!-Disconnected the monitor cable from the card and re-connected it to the tower port.

About problems due to upgrading. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Get rid of ATI by vxt / January 4, 2006 10:10 AM PST In reply to: How to help my son with his I'll be interested to see if the newer Linux kernels will work with it. Thank You.

all u can do is disable it in device manager. Ubuntu 12.04: kernel Linux 3.13.0-xx-generic (HWE stack Trusty), look at the 14.04 column. I wasted $170 dollers on nothing, so now I sit looking at my new Battlefield 2 box and still hopelessly looking for some way to fix it. Supported, but hardware is too old for Unity These cards will not run Ubuntu's Unity desktop with 3D acceleration.

This driver provides 2D and 3D acceleration in your video hardware. Demo, and it ran perfect with on a pretty high setting. If I stuck an Nvidia 210 card in those boards I could install Linux. As I said, the Dell came from Costco, and the paperwork was pretty minimal.

I'd also recommend tossing the 9200 series as even a Sapphire 9600 will run you only like $56 for and AGP 4x/8x card... But I had one problem - dual monitors. Maybe it helps to come up with some ideas Attached Files: naamloos.JPG File size: 81.3 KB Views: 7 Jan 25, 2006 #7 charp TS Rookie Posts: 23 Hi dkoster, looks First, put in your Radeon 9250 card in one of your PCI slots, then turn on your PC.