Monday, 23 November 2015

Install Ati Drivers

Install Ati Drivers

Installing video card drivers can be an intimidating task to the novice computer user. Fortunately, it's actually not very hard at all. If you can run a program or install a piece of software, you can install video card drivers, because a driver is really just another type of program. For the most part, when installing ATI's drivers, all you have to do is double-click on an icon and press the "Next" button a few times.


Downloading the Drivers

1. Make sure your computer is connected to the Internet.

2. Open your web browser.

3. Type ""in the address bar of your web browser and press "Enter."

4. Select your operating system. Make sure you pick the right one, as there is an option for both 32- and 64-bit versions.

5. Select the product you want a driver for. If you have a desktop computer, select "Radeon." If you have a laptop, select "Mobility Radeon."

6. Select the series that your video card belongs to and then press the "Go!" button.

7. Click the "Download" button. Be sure to pick the download link for the entire driver suite, not the individual components.

8. Wait for the driver to finish downloading.

Installing the Driver

9. Open the driver package. This will take a few moments, as it is a large file.

10. Press "Next" when you see the "Select components to install" prompt.

11. Hit the "Install" button when you see the prompt for "Destination Folder."

12. Once the driver installer unpacks itself, press "Next" when you see the "Welcome" screen.

13. Press the "Install" button on the next screen.

14. Select the "Express" radio button and press "Next." Accept the license agreement.

15. Press the "Yes" button when the installer asks if you would like to create a folder.

16. Press the "Finish" button. When the installer asks you to reboot, go ahead and do so. The installer will run on its own once you reboot. No further input is required.

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