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Re: Dell Inspiron 8200 ATI Mobility Radeon 9000 Green...
Try connecting an external monitor to the laptop. After your computer is attached to an external monitor, press the <Fn> key and the <F8> (CRT, LCD) key to switch the video image to the display. If the external monitor works, the computer display or video controller may be defective. Your responses are intended to improve the level of service provided. Please show your appreciation by rating your experience. Thank You.
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Looking at the specs, it could be DDR2/DDR3 or even GDDR3. The best way to find out, is to open your BIOS setup screen when you first turn on the system. It should be listed on the first page that lists what processor your running.
I believe you have the right adapter cable. According to my knowledge the Radeon 9000 supports TV output via RCA (check http://ati.amd.com/products/MobilityRadeon9000/index.html:" Mobility™ Radeon™ 9000 provides the highest
quality output support for DVI-I, TV and CRTs.")
Firstly, it would be a good idea to make sure your TV has the 3 RCA jacks into which you will insert the adapter cable's 3 RCA connectors according to the colors of the connectors and jacks.
Secondly, if your laptop has a VGA port, you're set to connect your laptop to your TV, no hustles. If your laptop doesn't have a VGA port, your going to have to get a DVI-VGA converter, so you're setup will be something like: [laptop]-[DVI-VGA converter]-[VGA-3RCA adapter cable]-[TV's 3RCA jacks].
When you get your laptop's screen displaying on your TV, its merely a matter of using your recording equipment to record the TV's image as you would any program showing on the TV.
I hope this will help you solve your problem, thank you for using the FixYa service.
It is possible, judging by that fact that pressing down temporarily fixes it, that the video cable for the screen (I'm assuming this is a laptop?) has come loose. Pull off the keyboard and try reseating the cable, that may help.
The ATI website may or may not have that particular driver on it (I can't remember). However, I would first try the manufacturer's website (i.e. Dell, Gateway, HP). If neither of those have the driver you are looking for, try this: http://www.softwarepatch.com/utilities/mobility-radeon.html
I have Sony Vaio VGN-CR26GN/B Laptop.I have Intel processor and ATI Mobility Radeon X2300 graphic card.I need NEW UPDATED drivers for ATI Mobility Radeon X2300 Graphic card.OLD Drivers are causing performance issues.There are no new drivers for ATI MOBILITY RADEON X2300 graphic card on ATI.com and AMD website and other websites.I have searched the web but the result is nothing.I have also searched Sony website for drivers but they have not updated for a longtime.Please PLEASE Give me the link for NEW Updated drivers for this Graphic card Model:ATI Mobility Radeon X2300 on my email.ThankYou