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AGP Controller not working

I am trying to install A Radeon HD3850 card to no avail. My device manager is telling me there is a problem with my AGP controller. I updated the drivers for Abit and Visiontec (manufaturer) and get an error of no hardware or no support by my OS. I am running XP Pro SP3. I can get an image but can't set res above 1024x768 and have a yelow ? on my devise manager. Help

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Go to the AMD site and get the most recent driver for it.Good luck.
http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/Pages/index.aspx

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You have to install AGP driver firstly for these old mainboard, so you can try uninstall ATI dirver(CCC), install AGP of MB, then install ATI driver.
BTW, advice you to try Nvidia VC. I hate ATI VC :)

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