XFX 9500 gt display problem win 7

#1
i have bought xfx 9500 gt(1gb DDR2 )and it was runing perfectly on xp, but then i have installed my second os win 7 professional but the the driver is not catching it
. it is on the device manager but with an yellow question mark
.my resolution has gone all the way down to 800*600
.refresh rate to 1 gz
.the full screen has blasted with dots and i cannot see any thing clearly
although i have installed latest driver i.e_331.82

system specifications
*peintum 4 2.20 gz
*2 gb ram
*500 gb hardisk
*mother board 945 chipset family(american megatrends
 


#3
yes i have installed the driver packages which comes with the cd ,and i have win7 professional 32 bit, i thing so i have the psu requirement because it is working perfectly with my second OS (i.e. xp)
 


#5
i have downloaded the latest driver from the link you have suggested,but its not working
 


kemical

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#6
#7
these are the screen shots of my desktop
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the driver is installing but in device manager it is with a yellow question mark ,here the image is much clear thn original.

The link you have provided is fore the 64 bit and mine is 32!
 


#9
same !!! installed but not working same screen ,same device manager yellow question mark
 


#11
i have installed it , and every thing is fine except the video memory

it says that your video card driver doesn't support aero,try to to update it, but i have alredy installed the latest version
 


kemical

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#12
Try this guide on turning on Aero:
http://www.mydigitallife.info/how-to-turn-on-and-enable-aero-in-windows-7-enable-aero-peek/

I seem to remember something about WDDM drivers and the like needed for Aero but it's years since I last used Aero itself. Let me wake up properly, drink some coffee and hopefully the memories will return.. :) Seriously I'll do some research and post back but it could be down to something like that.
 


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