20 Most Recent ATI Radeon 8500 64MB AGP DVI/CRT/SVID Graphic Card Questions & Answers

Here is a link for your vid card,drivers page.

Just choose your operating system and download and install.Remember to remove your old drivers first using add remove programs in control panel.


Hope this helps.

ATI Radeon 8500... | Answered on Dec 19, 2010

Try to put it on another pci slot. if you are using the one right under the agp, then that is your culprit.  the agp and the top pci slot share video resources.  just put it on another pci slot, if you have to swap another non-video related card to the one just beneath the agp slot.  Hope this helps.

ATI Radeon 8500... | Answered on Mar 07, 2009

Try going online to call up the specs on your motherboard. You could also call Acer or check their website.

ATI Computers &... | Answered on Mar 18, 2019

Your heatsink fan on the graphic card is failing and the motor is going down hill, now saying it has completly stopped..,.. that means the fan motor is done for and need to be replaced to avoid further damage to your graphic card. Would reccommend you not using your graphic card until a new heatsink fan is replaced otherwise you can fry your GPU and suffer a complete loss.

ATI Computers &... | Answered on Feb 05, 2019

How did you get your drivers and graphics? Did you install the whole package? What is the Asus model #? How much Ram do you have? I'm going to do a little research but let me know what you have.

ATI Computers &... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019

Are you certain that your mainboard is PCIE 2.1 and not PCIE 2.0? PCIE 2.1 cards like yours will not work on a 2.0 mainboard (2.0 cards will work on a 2.1 board, however) If this is the case, you will need to get a compatible card.
If this isn't the case, have you tried this card in a different PC? It could also be that the card has a problem.
The last possibility is that there are power issues. A couple of possibilities:
  1. An external power connector (6-pin PCIE direct power to the video card) is unplugged. Check and re-test.
  2. Your power supply (PSU) doesn't provide enough power to your graphics card & the rest of your system. Check your PSU's specs against the specs for your card. HIS recommends a minimum 450W PSU, and I would recommend a good quality Antec, Corsair, or PC Power and Cooling or Cooler Master product in the 500W range for this card.
  3. You got a bad card, or else it shorted out, etc. during setup or installation.

ATI Computers &... | Answered on Feb 01, 2019

It too old just upgrade your card

ATI Computers &... | Answered on Feb 01, 2019


this link will provide you a software which will provide you most of the drivers.

ATI Computers &... | Answered on Jun 11, 2018

your card is the gigabyte GV-RX195P256D-RH and you can download the drivers from here https://www.gigabyte.com/us/Graphics-Card/GV-RX195P256D-RH#support-dl-driver-vgadriver

ATI Computers &... | Answered on Jun 03, 2018

my examination of AMD's AMD Radeon HD 5000, HD 6000, and HD 7000 Series CrossFire Compatibility Chart tells me that these cards are not interoperatible in crossfire. See for yourself at AMD CrossFire Compatibility Chart

ATI Computers &... | Answered on Jan 18, 2016

what is that but if you want a good graphic card take gt 220

ATI Computers &... | Answered on Jan 17, 2016

this made no sense u ******.

ATI Computers &... | Answered on Nov 03, 2015

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