ATI Technology Graphics Card Driver Catalyst
|Category:||Graphics and Video|
|OS:|| Windows Vista x64|
|Version:|| 7.7 |
|File Size:|| 48.22 Mb|
|Release:|| 19 Jul 2007|
|Update:|| 22 Jul 2007|
|Filename:|| 7-7_vista64_dd_ccc_wdm_enu_49713.exe |
Brand:ATI Technology, Product:Graphics and Video, Model: Radeon 9500, Driver: 7.7, OS: Windows Vista x64. ATI Radeon Graphics Card Driver Catalyst 7.7 Windows Vista x64 English was collected from ATI Technology official site for ATI Technology Graphics and Video. In order to ensure the right driver download, Official driver links from ATI Technology are listed at first. If the official driver can not be downloaded, a copy of official driver can be provided at local server download.opendrivers.com, download1.opendrivers.com, or dl2.opendrivers.com. Besides, Both the driver developer's home page and driver download and support page be provided as well in my ATI Technology
ATI Radeon 9550/9600/9700/9800/X300/X600/X700/X800/X1300/X1600/X1800/X1900/X1950/HD 2400/HD 2600/HD 2900 XT Graphics Card Driver Catalyst 7.7 Windows Vista x64 English. Display Driver, Catalyst Control Center (English Language Only) For the 32 bit version of Windows Vista.
The Catalyst software suite 7.7 contains the following:Radeon display driver 8.391Multimedia Center 9.16HydraVisionHydraVision Basic EditionRemote Wonder 3.04WDM Driver Install BundleSouthbridge/IXP DriverCatalyst Control Center Version 7.7
Catalyst 7.7 releases a number of new Avivo features and enhancements which optimize video playback and display configuration. These include:Enhanced video color pages with two new color controls(These features are only available on the ATI Radeon HD 2000 series using Windows Vista.): flesh tone correction and color vibranceEnhanced video quality pages with easier to use deinterlacing controls and layoutSimplified Theater Mode(These features are only available on the ATI Radeon X1000 series and HD 2000 series) controls, layout and now supporting Windows VistaEnhanced quick settings for video controls (available through the basic layout in Catalyst Control Center)Easy to use display scaling controls(These features are only available on the ATI Radeon X1000 series and HD 2000 series) when outputting to display devices that support TV timings (480i/p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p) through either digital (DVI or HDMI) or analog (component) interfaces
This section provides information on resolved issues in this release of the ATI Catalyst Software Suite for Windows Vista. These include:Call of Juarez: Enabling AA no longer result in occasional corruption being noticed.Doom3: Flashing is no longer observed when loading the game, or during some of the cinematic, or during game play when Catalyst AI is disabled, AA is set to 8x, and CrossFire is enabled.Lost Planet: Corruption is no longer noticed after a short time period of game play.Monsters.Inc: Enabling DXVA no longer results in certain scenes being choppy.Pacific Fighters: Corruption is no longer noticed when enabling superAA.Prey: A blank screen is no longer displayed when trying to load game if AA is set to either 4x or 8x and filter wide tent is used.Quake 3 and 4: Resuming from a standby state no longer results in the display image appearing too bright.Quake 4: Playing the game with CrossFire enabled no longer results in corruption being noticed after a short time of game play.Playing a DVD under the Windows Vista operating system using the Windows Media Player no longer results in the DVD failing to play when switching between display devices using the hot-key function.The desktop shortcut to the Catalyst Control Center no longer disappears after performing a Windows Anytime Upgrade on some hardware configurations running Vista.Playing a DVD using the Windows Media Player and enabling subtitles no longer results in the playback of the DVD flashing.The button sizes found in the Catalyst Control Center (Japanese version) are no longer displayed as different sizes than the previous versions of the Catalyst Control Center.The Avivo preview video no longer appears blank when changing from extended desktop mode to single desktop mode.The SuperAA values found in the Catalyst Control Center->All Setting->3D aspect page are no longer reset to zero when rebooting the system.Catalyst Control Center: Connecting a secondary display device no longer results in the display device failing to be selected in all of the aspect pages of the Catalyst Control Center where the Graphics Adapter drop down menu exists.The select a skin aspect page found in the Catalyst Control Center is now localized for all supported languages.Making changes to the Avivo aspect, but not applying the changes no longer results in OverDrive becoming unlocked.Capturing video to AVI format no longer results in the recording function failing to work.HDMI audio stutter is no longer heard when playing MPEG clip at certain resolutions on specific HDMI device.The display resolution of 2048x1536 60Hz. is now available within the Catalyst Control Center.The edges of the subtitles no longer appear transparent when playing a DVD using DVD 8.0 or Windows Media Player 11.Playing HD DVD content followed by attempting to hot unplug a display device and then hot-plugging the same display device to a different port no longer results in the HD DVD playback failing to resume.Catalyst Control Center: Attempting to change the Core clock settings within the OverDrive aspect no longer results in the new setting failing to be applied.Connecting two display devices and performing a mode change no longer results in the change taking an extraordinary long time to complete.Connecting a Lenovo 19" Wide Slim LCD display device to either an ATI Radeon HD 2600 or 2400 and setting the display resolution to 1440x900 60Hz. no longer results in an image failing to be displayed.The cancel button is now translated to Chinese-Traditional within the ATI Catalyst Install Manager.Connecting a secondary display device and enabling extended desktop mode no longer results in the Catalyst Control Center->Avivio Basic aspect options failing to be applied when watching a DVD using either WinDVD or PowerDVD on the secondary display device.Setting the display resolution to 1600x1200 or 2048x1563 no longer results in line flicker being noticed when resizing the media player.Blinking video is no longer observed when using PowerDVD to playback 1080i content in the 30 FPS mode.
The driver can be applied to the following product models: