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Help: Radeon 9100 - AGP Acceleration

Posted on 2004-09-26
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AGP acceleration was disabled in Catalyst Driver Suite 3.9 which is on the CD I got from Crucial, therefore I downloaded Catalyst Driver Suite 4.3 and was able to enable it. Now, on the other hand, my computer had a crashdown and I had to reinstall Windows, and install the driver suite once more. And now I cannot enable AGP acceleration again...

Any ideas on how to enable AGP acceleration?
eX.

Display->Settings->Advanced->Troubleshooting
Has already been tested, nothing unusual to it. It says Full Hardware Acceleration...
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Question by:Gaute Rønningen
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Chipset drivers ?
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by:Gaute Rønningen
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Installed chipset drivers and now it works again.

Thanks,
:-D
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by:Gaute Rønningen
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Maybe a little overkill by adding 500 points to this resolution though...

I'm sure stockhes doesn't mind...
:-)
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sure he does not ! ^_^
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