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Need to download file atimtai.sys?

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#1 Dareth


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Posted 27 October 2009 - 08:41 PM


Haven't had this computer in over a year and when trying to clean it up last night may have deleted a file that I shouldn't have. Trying to work with 2 monitors and although both are working, I want to be able to drag over to the second one-at this point the second monitor shows the same as the main one. During a tutorial, it told me to try to find the driver for the second and when I did, it says I need the file atimtai.sys. DO you know where I can download it? Also windows open up in little strips unitl I maximize it, have no idea what that is. System moving a little slow but I can deal with that.

I am a cook for hunt outfitters so I can trade recipes or cooking help(indoor and outdoor) for any assistance you can give me. Thanks for your time.

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#2 hamluis



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Posted 28 October 2009 - 08:47 AM

FWIW: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/filedb/atimtai.sys-9407.html

I guess that I'm wondering why a file developed in 2001 by ATI...would be in demand on any system.

Monitors generally don't require drivers, video functions do. It's your ATI video drivers that determine monitor support.

I'm curious as to the site which asserted that this file is the cure for anything...since it's an ATI driver file, it should be included in any set of drivers for ATI video chips/cards which might require it.

You might try just uninstalling your current video drivers...and then reinstalling the current ones or updated versions.


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