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Radeon HD 2400 Pro
Update driver software, browse, let me pick, have disk, browse. I have upgraded my PC to Windows 7 professional, but the standard ATI graphics card driver with windows 7 won’t load It reports error 43, driver has halted I’ve tried installing the sapphire vista drivers by hand with no succes.
I do not have the technical knowledge to go delving into the programming or registry to manually fix driver errors. Umm, Put it in another computer see if it works well, if it doesnt, maybe it’s the card itself This thread is locked. Find More Posts by Minotar. Thanks avp your feedback, it helps us improve the site.
Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. Else then that, did you try to OC the card? I’ve installed catalyst 9.
Standard VGA or otherwise. I’m sofar satisfied with the computer but for this minor glitch. This website is using cookies. Message 11 of Message 12 of Paul I was able to install drivers from the visiontek hs2400, although I still got the message Application Install: As a Gold Certified Independent Software Vendor ISVSolvusoft is able to provide the highest level of customer satisfaction through delivering pri software and service solutions, which have been subject to a rigourous and continually-audited approval process by Microsoft.
Sorry this didn’t help. Now you have the latest driver for that card, and hopefully you prp have any more issues with it. I tried the Vista drivers from Visiontek website. You can try to locate Vista drivers for your chipset but that is not likely.
It will extract to C: Or checked whether your board por the 2XXX series at all? However, once Windows 7 came out, I naturally upgraded. If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate board.
Do not continue with install here.
Looking for Working DriverVisiontek Radeon HD pro AGP mb – Microsoft Community
What it seems to me is that it’s more of a irratating inconveiance than a critical damage to my computer. Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit.
I have to boot into safe mode and uninstall the video card in order for it to boot normally. Does this have something to do with a Kernel Driver? Welcome to seven forums.
Find More Posts by thefabe. Thats qgp, Your help was greatly appreiated. Then after the splash screen appears, it reboots into the menu to run repair or run windows normally.
Thanks for the solution.