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    Are you asking where the Drivers for the Ati 9000 series?



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I'll just assume you want the driver for an ATi 9000 agp card...Go here: your operating system, then select Radeon, and then select Radeon 9000 series.Hit Go! and download the driver.I hope this helps,Yannick.

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