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Drivers hardware i downloads the lastest drivers but where i boot the installation the program says me they are not find the compoment hardware or software to install ati radeon drivers

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  • Richard Ray May 11, 2010

    Hi, ninho



    which operating system are you running ?



    Rik

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If you are ruuning Windows XP this is quite easilly rectified as ati do not have unified driver structure like nVidia do, what u will need to do is go to this link http://driverscollection.com/?H=Radeon%209200&By=ATI

Hope this helps

Rik

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