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ATI Technology Graphics Card Display Driver

Vendor:ATI Technology
Category:Graphics and Video
License:Driver
OS: Windows XP/XP MCE
Version: 7.11
File Size: 16.1 Mb
Release: 21 Nov 2007
Update: 22 Nov 2007
Filename: 7-11_xp32_dd_54435.exe
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Brand:ATI Technology, Product:Graphics and Video, Model: Radeon 9500, Driver: 7.11, OS: Windows XP/XP MCE. ATI Radeon Graphics Card Display Driver 7.11 Windows XP/XP MCE 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 page.
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ATI Radeon 9500/9550/9600/9700/9800/X300/X550/X600/X700/X800/X850/X1050/X1300/X1550/X1600/X1650/X1800/X1900/X1950/HD 2400/HD 2600/HD 2900/HD 3800 Series Graphics Card Display Driver 7.11 Windows XP/XP MCE. Display Driver Only.

This section provides information on resolved issues in this release of the ATI Catalyst Software Suite for Windows XP. These include:

  • Enemy Territory: Quake Wars: Corruption is no longer noticed with the use of rectangle textures.
  • Enemy Territory: Quake Wars: The game no longer fails to respond when triple buffering is enabled.
  • Unreal Tournament 2004: Enabling CrossFire followed by attempting to change the in-game display resolution no longer results in a loss of vsync.
  • On certain products, dragging player window from the primary to the secondary display no longer results in hardware acceleration being disabled which resulted in the CPU usage increasing.
  • With some h.264 titles that have MPEG2 introductions; playback no longer switches from hardware accelerated to software once the introductory content is finished.
  • With some h.264 titles that have MPEG2 intros, playback no longer switches from hardware accelerated to software once the introductory content is finished.
  • Enabling extended desktop mode following by launching the Windows Media Player no longer results in the player failing to appear on the secondary display device in full screen mode.
  • The CrossFire option found in the Catalyst Control Center is now available on systems containing an ATI Radeon X1800 series of product and running the Windows XP operating system.
  • Users running Windows XP on a system containing an ATI Radeon HD 2600 no longer experience a drop in performance from single card mode to CrossFire mode when software CrossFire is enabled in certain applications.
  • Pressing the power button to resume from an S3 state no longer results in only the mouse cursor being visible and the screen remaining blank until the mouse is moved.
  • Dragging the WinDVD player from the primary display to the secondary display no longer results in the player failing to respond. Further, closing the WinDVD player using the Task Manager may result in the operating system failing to respond.
  • Enabling extended desktop mode and dragging the PowerDVD window to the secondary display device no longer results in the PowerDVD window becoming black with only the audio being heard.
  • Catalyst Control Center: German character are no longer truncated in the Profile Manager Applications tab.
  • Connecting a Dell 30" LDC display device to an ATI Radeon HD 2600 series of product no longer results in flashing or no display image.
  • Corruption is no longer noticed when enabling Theater mode and enabling clone mode.
  • The Enable ATI OverDrive clocks for 3D applications only checkbox is now checked and grayed out when the OverDrive option in the Catalyst Control Center is unlocked.
  • Ending playback of a Blu-ray title followed by toggling the CrossFire settings (on or off) no longer results in the Windows XP operating system failing to respond.
  • Enabling CrossFire and setting the display resolution to 2560x1600 no longer results in HD DVD titles playing back as if in fast forward mode when using a Cyberlink player.
  • Corruption is no longer noticed when dragging a window across the desktop edge in four monitor configuration under Windows XP.
  • Connecting a single display device to a secondary graphics adapter no longer results in extended desktop mode being applied.
  • Playing the online game TianLongBaBu for an extended period of time (2 hours or more) on a system containing an ATI Radeon HD2400 or HD2600 no longer results in the operating system failing to respond.

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    The driver can be applied to the following product models:
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