[access-uk] Re: XP and graphics cards

Barry, this is most helpful, many thanks, there are other drivers up there too 
that might 
be relavent to my system, so will grab them too. - Andy
On Wed Jan 17 14:00 , 'Dj Paddy' <mygroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> sent:

>Hi Andy.
>
>I would assume that XP, (especially if it's service pack 2(, will have 
>native drivers for this card.
>
>However, this looks like the driver you want.
>
>http://driver1.biostar.com.tw/support/driver/ati/chipset/chip212.exe
>
>That's the direct download url and the page I got that from was,
>
>http://www.biostar.com.tw/support/driver/model_b.php3?name=iDEQ%20200A&os=
>
>hth
>
>
>Ôà
>----- Original Message ----- 
>From: "Andy Collins" Andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2007 12:59 PM
>Subject: [access-uk] XP and graphics cards
>
>
>Hi all - Can somebody tell me if after a reinstallation of XP, will my
>ati radeon 9100 igp graphics card be picked up by XP, or will I need
>to install a driver for it first. I've been to the ati website, and
>tried to download a driver for this card, but after entering in my
>operating system, and the brand of radeon, there was nothing listed
>for my 9100. Don't know if I'm right, but I'm assuming that after a
>clean install, all drivers have been removed from the machine, and
>have to be installed, that's why I'm asking about the ati graphics
>card. people have said that some drivers are built in to the
>motherboard, but I have no knowledge in this area, so don't know if
>this is so, and if so, which drivers they might be, even so, I
>wouldn't expect graphics card drivers to be amongst these, as cards
>are changeable!
>
>Hope somebody can help me be clear about this, as when it happens, I
>want the installation to go smoothly as I can't aford to be without a
>machine for long.
>
>Thanks - Andy
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