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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: 8.8
File Size: 12.7 Mb
Release: 20 Aug 2008
Update: 21 Aug 2008
Filename: 8-8_xp32_dd_67975.exe
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Brand:ATI Technology, Product:Graphics and Video, Model: Radeon 9550, Driver: 8.8, OS: Windows XP/XP MCE. ATI Radeon Graphics Card Display Driver 8.8 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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Driver Summary
ATI Radeon 9550/9600/9700/9800/X300/X600/X700/X800/X1300/X1600/X1900/X1950/HD 2400/HD 2600/HD 2900 XT/HD 3400/HD 3600/HD 3850/HD 3870/HD 4850/HD 4870 Series Graphics Card Display Driver 8.8 Windows XP/XP MCE. Display Driver Only.

The Catalyst software suite 8.8 contains the following:

  • Radeon display driver 8.522
  • Multimedia Center 9.16 (Windows XP only)
  • HydraVision for both Windows XP and Vista
  • HydraVision Basic Edition (Windows XP only)
  • Remote Wonder 3.04 (Windows XP only)
  • WDM Driver Install Bundle
  • Southbridge/IXP Driver
  • Catalyst Control Center Version 8.8

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

  • 3 Kingdom OL: Playing the Asian game with CrossFire enabled on a system running Windows XP no longer results in texture corruption being noticed during the fight preparation menu
  • Assassin's Creed: Setting all in-game options to 3 and the display resolution to 1024x768 no longer results in flashing being noticed around the character
  • City of Heroes: Character stretching and double character reflection is no longer noticed when the in-game resolution is set to 2560x1600.
  • Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts: Enabling CrossFire no longer results in the displays flashing corruption when setting the in game graphics options to off or their lowest settings.
  • Enemy Territory Quake Wars: Intermittent corruption is no longer noticed when playing the game on a system containing an ATI Radeon HD 48x0 series of product
  • Fear Perseus Mandate Demo: Launching the game on a system running Windows XP and containing an ATI Radeon HD 2600 series of product no longer results in the system failing to respond
  • Just Cause: Setting the in-game display resolution to 1280x1024 and all of the other game options to their maximum levels no longer results in corruption being noticed in the lower portion of the display
  • Lost Planet: Task switching between the game and the Windows XP desktop no longer results in texture corruption being noticed when switching back to the game. This issue was known to occur on systems containing an ATI Radeon HD 36x0 series of product
  • Witcher: Enabling AA and setting the in-game options to their maximum levels no longer results in background colors being missing and the game play back being choppy.
  • Witcher: Game corruption is no longer noticed when setting all of the in-game options to their maximum values and having CrossFire enabled along with AA set to 16x and AF set to 8x
  • Witcher: Enabling CrossFire on a system containing an ATI Radeon HD 48x0 series of product no longer results in game failing to respond
  • Using the WinDVD player (versions 14.x, 11.10x, or 9.xx) to play VC1 video content no longer results in corruption being noticed when hardware acceleration is enabled. This issue may also be experienced under the Windows Vista operating system.
  • Installing the HDMI audio driver and the VIA audio chipset driver no longer results in a compatibility issue being noticed and a yellow exclamation mark showing up in the Sound, Video and Game Controllers.
  • Connecting a display device to the display port no longer results in the Catalyst Control Center->Advanced View detecting the display device as a Digital Panel (DVI)
  • Hot-plugging an HDMI display device to a system that has a CRT connected to it no longer results in the CRT becoming disabled after the system reboots
  • Choppy DVD playback is no longer noticed when enabling the option cinema enhancement and closed captioning within the WinDVD player
  • Corruption is no longer noticed in the lower third of the WinDVD player window when cinema enhancement is enabled
  • Hot-plugging a display device while the system is in standby state no longer results in the display device failing to be detected
  • Hot-plugging a display device no longer results in the display device failing to display an image
  • ATI icon corruption is no longer noticed on systems running Windows XP and containing an ATI Radeon HD 48x0 series of product
  • Resuming from a standby state and right clicking on the Windows desktop no longer results in menu items appearing corrupt when moving the mouse pointer over the drop down menu
  • Playing a Blu-ray DVD title using the WinDVD player no longer results in only audio being heard
  • Playing a DVD title and selecting the option to use basic color setting to default in the Catalyst Control Center now results in the option being applied.
  • A green tint is no longer noticed around the closed captioning when playing a standard definition DVD using the Cyberlink player

  • Driver Support Models
    The driver can be applied to the following product models:
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