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Radeon 9800 drivers for Windows Xp

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Have an old HP GX5000Z computer running Windows XP Pro given to me containing a Radeon 9800 video card.
I need to find a driver for this card.  The Windows driver will not support all the functions  of the card.  It has an S3 connector and no  video output is working.

I have tried the amd site:
http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/windows/Legacy/Pages/radeonaiw_vista32.aspx

All they have are drivers for Vista.

Where can I find a reliable source for drivers for the Radeon 9800 card?


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by:nobus
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you can also try drivereasy : www.drivereasy.com
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by:kasommer
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There is no need to go to driverasy.  I gave the exact link to download the drivers for your card.

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Catalyst 5.9 is actually the most reliable for XP and the Radeon 9800's - you will get a warning that they've not been WHQL'd when installing though - just ignore it!!
http://au1cdn.ausgamers.com:88/downloads/1300127968/5-9_xp-2k_dd_cp_wdm_26409.exe
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by:donpick
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Thank you for taking the time to find the link.  I have been looking for weeks and could not find it.
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