Ati Radeon X1300 X1550 Driver Windows 7 Download
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No, the ATI installer may not work, it refused to on mine, unable to write to some spote in memory, what I did was use the device manager and update it, pointing to the packages/drivers directory in the install folder of ATI. Now what ATI did on my graphics card is fail to put the driver for my card in that installation package, although it stated the package was for my board. If the driver information is there, to update the windows driver, windows should install it as an update. If it refuses to, it may be that your board does not have the real driver inf in that package and you might have to look around ATI for other packages for your driver, but still install them as an update in the device manager.
I have windows vista business 64-bit and have a Radeon X1300/X1550 PCIE card in the system. Never had a problem under XP, when I went to vista business (not an upgrade but a clean install) I added the card and got the drivers for it and installed. For the first year I didn't really have any problems, then I started occasionally getting the ATIMKDG stopped responded and we've restarted it. Today it peaked at one about every 5 minutes. I haven't changed anything significant so the only thing it could be was windows updates or something I tweaked... (I checked memory, bios settings, system temperature, temperatures on the card, ALL GOOD)... sooo After googling I tried removing a windows update that was suggested might be the culprit, did not help.
Ultimately I found that going into DISPLAY PREFERENCES for windows vista business, and turning off a lot of the "sliding menus", "transparency", etc. the problem has gone away almost completely. It appears that these features of windows are exercising some activity in the ATI driver that is buggy. My specs:
Device drivers are the software interfaces that talk directly to the physical graphics hardware. The PCI\VEN Code can be broken down into parts that relate to the hardware manufacturer, the category of the hardware and the revision of the hardware. The first part, the "PCI\VEN_", is specific to the manufacturer, AMD ATI® has the PCI\VEN code of "PCI\VEN_1002". The "&DEV_" part of the code relates to the hardware, in this case the "DEV_71A7" relates to graphics hardware, specifically the Radeon X1300 X1550 (RV516). If the graphics device is slow or just seems to be not working, then it is likely that the driver is a generic driver, is not installed correctly or is just broken. For use only with the AMD ATI® Radeon X1300 X1550 (RV516) device, an up-to-date list of downloads is shown below. 1e1e36bf2d