I recently tried to change the settings in "Properties" on my PC, but got the following message: "The currently selected graphics display driver cannot be used. It was written for a previous version of Windows, and is no longer compatible with this version of Windows. Please contact your hardward manufacturer to get an upgraded driver."
Any suggestions on what I need to do?
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Re: Radeon FSC Graphics Display Driver
Go to this link armed with your exact model number(if you can't find this in windows device manager then easiest is to look on the card itself - unplug the pc first and don't touch anything inside unless you know what you are doing) then you can download the correct driver for your operating system if the card is compatible. Follow the download and install instructions and you should fix the issue.
If you need more help with this then please post again with your ati model number and your operating system version.
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go to device manager and click on display adapter then right click on ATI X1650 then run an update. It might be because the driver on your computer is not update with the driver that is not compatible with windows 7. Hope this would help. Thanks.
The reason why your TV is showing no input from your laptop is because
of the display resolution of your graphics card, which is higher than
what the TV can handle.
What you can try is, when your system is powered up, just go to your
display settings, then reduce the systems display resolution
to--preferably 800x600, then go to where you normally select the
output, and select 'Output to external monitor"...this should send the
signal input to the monitor.
Most Laptop graphics display resolution are generally very powerful as compared to what the TVs can handle.
I have actually dealt with a no input signal like this before, and this was what I did.
Hope this helps.
You're ATI video card has software called VPU recovery. You can shut that off in you're display properties. Suggest you upgrade you're current display drivers. If you are running Windows XP any version, than click on the link below & download the latest driver combo for you're notebook. Creat a folder on you're desktop & save the download into that folder.
After the download is complete, open add/remove programs & uninstall the older driver software. (Do not restart you're notebook)! Install the new driver combo. Than restart you're notebook.
ATI mobility radeon driver link. Choose the correct card. http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.html