Question about Appian Graphics Phoenix Radeon 9000 QD, (128 MB) Graphic Card

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Display driver missing


I am unable to install my Appian grpahics display driver from the original cd i have received with the grpahic card

pls advise what can be done to install the card?

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  • justincase99 May 11, 2010

    Hello thanks for the idea. Unfortunately, that doesn't tell me what I need as it is all "generic" info there. Manufacturer; chip type; DAC type; approximate memory, and monitor are all N/A Only thing it shows is 1024 X 768 resolution. On the section for DRIVERS it simply shows a main driver: vga.dll version: 5.01.2600.0000 (english) date: 8/23/2001 WHQL logo'd: Yes mini VDD: vga.sys VDD: N/A DDI Version: unknown eventually, I just took the ard out of the computer and found it is labeled Appian Phoenix 4 port. Googling that, I find a Phoenix Radeon card, but it is set up slightly different with the fan configuration and some other small points (mine does NOT say radeon on it anywhere). The radeon card has an associated number on some sites of 799-00400. On my card I find 251-00400. Googling my number brings up two results, neither of which lead anywhere and I can't find reference to it anywhere else. I googled for over an hour trying to find the exact card I have and thats as close as it gets, so maybe I just have a slightly modified version or variation of the radeon 9000. Ok, so now I just go and download those drivers right? Wrong! I can't find the radeon 9000 drivers anywhere. Seems every place I find that supposedly has them for download is a scam for selling Driver Detective or some such program that tells you what drivers your system needs to update. The scan is free, to get the product always costs (whatever). So even if I buy that program, I still don't know if they will have the drivers I need for download in their database. Reading through the info/description of the Radeon 9000, it appears there is some connection to ATI. (see:http://www.dreamerswanted.com/portfolio/... and hit CTRL+F to search for Appian and the info comes up near the bottom of the page. Also found this blurb elsewhere - "Appian has released the Phoenix Radeon QD, a 4-monitor low-profile PCI video card with two ATI Mobility Radeon 9000 chipsets, 128 MB RAM, and support for VGA and DVI" ). Anyway, Appian graphics appears to be out of business. Phone numbers, fax and email all lead nowhere. What do you suggest I try from here?

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If your OS is XP SP2, you can un install the Graphics card via device manager and on re boot let Windows new found hardware wizard pick it up and it should set up your Card itself, as the CD's drivers are probably not the latest XP SP2 compatible driver.

You could also go to the Graphics card's Manufacturer's Support site and download the latest XP compatible driver, or whatever OS's driver you require.

You can look here also: http://www.fixya.com/support/appian_graphics

Good luck.

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