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#1 BurritoBoy

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Posted 31 October 2015 - 04:10 AM

I have an [AX5450 1gb3-she R81KLC ver 2.3] graphics card, and I'm having a problem finding the driver for it. This is on an old xp32 system that I must maintain for the short hull. 

 

Anyone know where I can go to find this driver? Tried Radeon, but can't seem to find the exact driver. There seems to be a lot of sights wanting to download software on my computer in order to tell me what I need, but that's not happening.

 

I know this seems like an easy question, but it just seems that some companies make finding their drivers painful.

 

 

Thanks for any help that can be given,

 

 

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Posted 31 October 2015 - 05:27 AM

As far as I can see that would be an AMD HD540 based PowerColor card with 1GB of DDR3 video RAM & a PCIe interface.

 

If so go here:-

http://support.amd.com/en-us/download & scroll down to "Manually select your driver section"

 

Step 1 - Select type of system - select "Desktop Graphics"

Step 2 - Select product family - select "Radeon HD series"

Step 3 - Select your product - select "Radeon HD 5xxx series PCIe"

Step 4 - Select Supported Operating System  - Presumably this in Windows XP 32 bit

 

If I am right about the OS then this should give you a choice of 2 versions of Catalyst Software Suite 14.4 - either should do but I would just get the larger one as it might eliminate the need for a supplemental download during installation.






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