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Win 2000 server driver


i am looking for an ATI ES 1000 driver for win 2000 server

any help is appreciated..


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Re: win 2000 server driver

Dear Friend,

You can download the ATI ES 1000 driver for Window 2000 Server from the following link. Let me know this helps.
Arthur B

Posted on Jan 15, 2008

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