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VPU Recover - Hardware Rendering disabled - using software instead

Put SP3 on my SONY VGN-S170P with ATI Radeon 9200 and got VPU error saying hardware rendering disabled using software - the rendering is now accurate but slow - tried to install new driver but got error message from ATI install program saying it could not find driver and it wanted me to install VGA driver first without telling me how to do so - now stuck on poor resolution

Would appreciate help - thanks

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Go HERE and download the original version of the video driver and install it.

You may want to use an ATI driver from here but it looks like there is not a 9200 mobility driver ???

IF the problem continues, I suggest you use this LINK to a guide to remove the driver manually before installing new one.

WARNING this includes editing the registry so take extreme care to do EXACTLY as stated.

It would be worth creating a restore point PRIOR to startin so that if necessary you can get back to where you are now if it all goes pear shaped.

Posted on Jul 02, 2008

  • Dave Jul 02, 2008

    Just a thought... the manual removal MAY not be appropriate for the original drivers - files etc in different locations. ??

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