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lost istall disk for ati all in wonder tv tuner


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#1 Yarrow

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Posted 05 July 2011 - 10:13 PM

ok. here's my issue and if this isn't in the correct place please move it to the appropiate spot.

i recently had a big issue with viruses to the point that i had to get a new hard drive and start over. since i was upgrading, i went ahead and got windows 7 home edition. the system is up and running but i have a major issue. i have an ati all in wonder radeon hd 3600 graphics/tv card. i need to be able to watch tv with it but i cannot find the disk anywhere. the ati website, now amd, doesn't have drivers for this device for windows 7. the place i took the computer to be rebuilt said that it should work, provided i have the disk. i thought i knew where it was but of course i can't find the disk. did i just royally screw myself by getting windows 7? can i even order a disk when the card was purchased over 2 years ago? of course they don't have 24 hour tech support, or i'd be on the phone with them asking these questions

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Posted 06 July 2011 - 12:13 PM

Your drivers for Wndows 7 are available from AMD here
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Posted 06 July 2011 - 03:11 PM

thats not what i need. i need the catalyst media center stuff and going through their pages, thats not available for windows 7

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Posted 07 July 2011 - 12:11 AM

ok so if found a way around my issue maybe. thanks for the reply




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