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Drivers Radeon 9800 driver issue after adding extra RAM

Videocard Radeon 9800 cant be seen in device manager , it cant be installed either with the original drivers from the CD. Can the recently added RAM be the reason?

If drivers ARE being installed it shows no picture, just some coloured lines and eventually several error messages, including "insert new boot device{...} after reboot.


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Hello sir, reinstalling the OS with the radeon 9800 will do the job.

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

  • Jerry Umali Sep 18, 2009

    Hello sir, the reason why your driver isn't working has several reasons:


    1. you are installing a wrong driver. make sure you have the right one.

    2. your OS does not support your driver. get the driver for the right OS, you can go to www.driverguide.com for your driver needs.

    3. your OS is a mess, try reinstalling the OS with your card installed. Then load the device driver for your radeon.

    post me up on your progress.

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