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Windows 7 x64 display driver problem

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Hello,

I have problem with display driver to my notebook HP Compaq 6820s (KE163es) on windows 7 x64. On hp website is only drivers for windows vista x86. My display is ATI Radeon Mobility X1350.

How to resolve this problem? Maybe is some trick to install some similar driver?

 

On ATI website isn't driver to this display card for win 7 x64. There is writter that driver I should search on notebook producent web site.

 

 

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HP plans make drivers for this model notebook for windows 7 x64? when ?

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@slaxo wrote:

Hello,

I have problem with display driver to my notebook HP Compaq 6820s (KE163es) on windows 7 x64. On hp website is only drivers for windows vista x86. My display is ATI Radeon Mobility X1350.

How to resolve this problem? Maybe is some trick to install some similar driver?

 

On ATI website isn't driver to this display card for win 7 x64. There is writter that driver I should search on notebook producent web site.

 

 


 

connect internet to tht PC

 

open control panel

Find & open "system"

on left hand-side panel thr is (Control Panel Home)

open "Advance system settings"

then "system properties" should pop-up

to left tab thr is "Hardware"

select "device installation settings"

select "yes">> do this automaticaly

 

open device manager (in Run or command prompt type -->   devmgmt.msc  )

 

update video driver online to download it frm update.microsoft.com (this always hlps)

 

or you can use windows update to download all missing drivers...

 

Microsoft desgined ATI Drivers are most stable & all games should work properly,...

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Thanks for help, your answer help me resolve problem.

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This solution does'nt work despite differents settings of Windows Update...

A compliant driver should be a solution. But Wich one?

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