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I don’t know if anything has changed, but back when i had a laptop with an ATI card, it was pretty simple: Yes you choose the desktop driver and since your card is a Radeon HD that’s the series. And then after all those hours are spent, you find out you’ve done nothing at all. As Seen to work on: Helpful thread, but can you please expand on what lead you to this particular driver over the current amd. Super User works best with JavaScript enabled. Results 1 to 6 of 6.


Is there a Windows Server driver?

OpenGL driver for ATI Mobility Radeon HD ?

Rollback Post to Revision RollBack. I’ve downloaded the DhMod-Tool, but I’m not sure about the driver. I downloaded version 6. Bad video card drivers! Sign up using Email and Password. This site works best with JavaScript enabled.

Run DhMod-Tool to modify the inf-files. Thanks dude, and anyone out there who helped create this and find this out! The program runs very slow. I can’t cause the computer I had died Download the latest ATI driver. This is how to get OpenCL support: I have Nvidia GF Hope this helps, Coal If you can put that in your post it will help people searching to find this thread.

Will it work for the Radeon Xpress series? Is it an OpenGL driver? Gee, it’s been a while, eh? This can usually be fixed by updating the video card drivers. I know there is an issue with X series cards resolved by using Cat 7. It’s hard to monitor whether or not your thermal paste is thinning out when you think nothing can stop your computer from failing I guess I’ve learnt a lesson now, haven’t I?!


This was the only way I got it to work.

At Rhinos homepage it is stated that: When I saw my driver series pop up in that list I knew I was onto something great! After that is done your device should support OpenCL. Sign up using Facebook.

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Mayde it’s the wrong driver. I’ve tried to do like Jan said but it seems to doesn’t work.

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