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Thread: Ati 4.10, didnīt understand Atiīs page




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    Hi there :

    "ATI CATALYST drivers provide fully qualified display support for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 systems with Radeon display cards, [but requires a special version of ATI's Video Capture (WDM) drivers for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 systems with All-in-Wonder boards, which will be provided by your computer manufacturer]"

    Please, read between [ ] , and explain me what it means.....

    I own a Gigabyte 9800 pro 128, should I upgrade my drivers up to 4.1 ?????

    Currently I have 3.10

    Thanks for the help

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    You should upgrade, and you dont need to worry about the stuff in the []'s, thats just for All In Wonder Boards. It says that you need a AIW driver from the manufacturer if you have an AIW board, but you dont, so its cool.
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    Thnks : peace2:

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