I have the radeon x1300 pro which I believe has a very similar chipset.
I am running an AMD Athlon 64 3700+ (see my pc stats for the rest) and I am having graphical issues, in both games and in graphical processes. Windows update claims that the driver is up to date, but steam and my eye say otherwise. Oddly enough the card is deteced as being a Microsoft brand, presumably this is because they have the card's drivers in the legacy support section of ATI's own website. Translation: card is so old they dont' make any new drivers anymore, save for bug correction.
I have downloaded the legacy drivers for Vista 64 bit since that is what I am running on my system, but the install just fails on the driver section, and I doubt the CCC installs properly either, since i'm never able to pull up the GUI for the app when I select it.
my x1550 works fine under 7 just can't get ccc to work but did manage to get ati tool to work without problem just download the drivers from either ATI or like the post above windows update but if you need CCC don't do win update uninstall the drivers already installed and start fresh with the ATI drivers sorry for the late reply been a busy week
I have a ATI X1550 but i have a problem of a blue screen when I try to view in full screen a video for example of youtube, when I select the full screen the system got o blue screen and reboot. I have the same problen trying to install the driver, the driver manager says it have the current driver and I can change to the one I downloades in ATI who says is the driver por Windows 7
My computer specs:
SO Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate
6.1.7100 compilaciÃƒÂ³n 7100
MICRO-STAR INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD Mod. MS-7253
Proc. AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4000+, 2100 Mhz
BIOS Phoenix Technologies, LTD V1.7, 23/10/2007
(RAM) 2.00 GB
You can find the nfo file of my pc here
I change the card with a Nvidia GeForce 7200 GS graphics card, uninstalling first the ATI drivers, but windows can't start up!!!! , during start got a blue screen even in safe mode. So return to the ATI card but I have the problem of blue screen trying to view in full screen some videos.
I upgrade my PC from Windows Vista to Windows 7, do you think whit a clean installation of Windows 7 will work?
Procede with the clean installation and has same problem. Can you explain me how to change the drive asigned for Windows 7 to the card with the one I downloaded from ATI site? The hardware manager say to me the driver is for the ATI X1550 but this one is from the list of the system, how can i change for the downloaded ATI driver?
There are 2 ways to disable digital driver signatyre enforcement; the 1st way is using command-line tool cmd.exe to execute this command-line bcdedit.exe /set nointegritychecks ON , the 2nd method which is recommended is to diable it through Group Policy Object (GPO),
1. Start > Run > type GPEdit.msc
2. Enable and Ignore Code signing for drivers policy under User Configuration >
Administrative Templates > System > Driver Installation > Code signing for drivers
You can also use this command line (which apparently works in Vista from whose forum I obatined the command line):
Hi, I also got this graphic card, and got problems with game like Titan Quest (blue screen when the game starts)..
I looked for drivers myself and the guy who sold me the computer remembered me that the card I have was made by ASUS..! I don't know for you guys, but with the "microsoft" driver that get install by Win7, I can't have Catalyst to work... and there is no way to install the radeon driver either. With the Vista drivers from Asus, catalyst now works, and the driver installed perfectly. I'm now trying to find the good setting so my games can work properly with the catalyst (I was at least able to get the game to play the movies, which is more than before).. If you have any hints about what type of setting I could use, that would be great! (or if there is something to do with windows to make it work better with this driver..!)