January 4th, 4. If that’s the case then I’m disappointed. Radeon Xpress M compare. Which I guess means I have version 1. When I saw my driver series pop up in that list I knew I was onto something great! So if I reinstall to ubuntu 8.

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ATI Radeon Xpress 1100 vs NVIDIA GeForce GT 120M

Gaming Software and Graphics Cards. Thanks raveon your quick reply. No way to play 3d games or anything like that. HTWingNutAug 12, Iris Pro Graphics P I will try the different drivers as pointed out by Chaz, and if no luck there, I may go to XP anyways because I just abhor Vista.

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It’s not top end or anyhing, but it should be able to handle older games. Hope this helps, Coal Join Date Oct Beans Hidden! January 13th, 6. Which I guess means I have version 1. Yes, my radeo is: This was the only way I got it to work.


I have a long way to go to figure out everything I need to know about technical computer stuff. GeForce GT Desktop. Thanks a bunch Anyone with an ATI Driver Problem like this should try this first, but you got forgot to mention to uninstall your current driver then install the one you put up in the link. Radeon R2 Stoney Ridge.

Mobility Radeon HD Still the desktop cards should be a bit faster. Radeon RX Desktop.

I have looked at the usual places. It wasn’t really meant for heavy gaming. Go to original post.

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Not working for me still got the same problem. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. The laptop originally came with Window Vista, and I upgraded to Window 7 ages ago. Thanks for the response.

GeForce GT M compare. Maybe Opentl need to fuss with system performance settings to make sure cpu isn’t throttling back and forth for some reason? The time now is The fix is simple: Originally Posted by Snaer. Tell me what graphics chip you have.


No OpenGL for Radeon Xpress 1100?

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