Re: Graphics A x86

Should this work with a 7200 GO laptop card?

Re: Graphics A x86

you tell me... I don't have one of those to test for you wink

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Re: Graphics A x86

better use the mobile pack, (Not up to date yet)

Re: Graphics A x86

Updated to 10.01

Re: Graphics A x86

mr_smartepants wrote:

Many drivers support Vista/Win7 with no modification whatsoever.  ATI/Nvidia do this by default.  I'm certain we'll be maintaining that configuration in the future.

midiboy wrote:

as has been posted in the MSFN forum, you need to expand the compressed dl_, ex_, sy_ etc. files while keeping the "_" at the end of the extension otherwise dism will throw an error ...

Sorry, but that doesn't even make sense.  Why would you have an uncompressed file WITH the "_" in the filename which designates it as compressed.  Leaving the files in their compressed state won't harm anything (other than DriverPacks compression size.)
I don't see anything in the M$ documentation regarding compressed/decompressed drivers, but IIRC in order to integrate properly they MUST be digitally signed.
Link to proof please?
*Edit,
Found something here: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/For … 35de8fe6b5
And batch file here: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?s=& … p;p=864906

mr_smartepants did you do this on the latest 1001 pack? I have always done this or you will get errors in DISM your latest pack gives error in both ATI and Nvidia once I decompress like above all errors in DISM are gone. You are also missing this file in ATI 1  {difxapi.dll}

I have already fixed these in my local build if you would like I can upload them to the testing forum.

Dean

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Re: Graphics A x86

Updated to 10.03

Re: Graphics A x86

Missing file DP_Graphics_A_wnt6-x86_1003\x86\G_A\ATI\1\B_96537\Difxapi.dll

Re: Graphics A x86

You're right.  Fix coming right up!

Re: Graphics A x86

x64 pack is also missing the file.

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Re: Graphics A x86

I uploaded all the x86 updates last night.  Updated to 10.04
I'm uploading all the x64 packs now... wink

Re: Graphics A x86

Updated to 10.07

Re: Graphics A x86

When your upload the x64 packs?

Worked on Windows 8.1 Pro

Re: Graphics A x86

When they're done! wink

Re: Graphics A x86

there is no mobility radeon x1600 series inside the driver pack it can be found on microsoft update catalog site (aero working)
x86 and x64
http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/ … ti%20x1600

Re: Graphics A x86

Those are from 2008.  But you're right.  It's pretty depressing that ATI can't even update a driver for current-gen (or even last-gen) OS.

Re: Graphics A x86

Updated to 11.04

Re: Graphics A x86

Forgive my impudence, not all supported nVidia HW is listed on the x86 nor x64 pages.   http://driverpacks.net/node/578/drivers   http://driverpacks.net/node/579/drivers  hmm

Re: Graphics A x86

LOL, I don't know how THAT happened! big_smile
Looks like a bug in our metadata tool.  It only read one .inf.

Re: Graphics A x86

I suppose that this would not be the only error in the lists of drivers.  In the future (time-permitting) could the HW ID's be listed, as well?  Perhaps (long into the future) a 'Search' function could be added to the main page, allowing one to search for an appropriate driver by OS/HW ID.

Re: Graphics A x86

Updated to 11.05.1

Re: Graphics A x86

Big Updates:

AMD Catalyst™ 11.7 WHQL

XP/2000 32 Desktop - http://www2.ati.com/DRIVERS/11-7_xp32_d … l_lang.exe
Vista/Seven 64 Desktop - http://www2.ati.com/DRIVERS/11-7_vista6 … cc_ocl.exe
Vista/Seven 32 Desktop - http://www2.ati.com/DRIVERS/11-7_vista3 … cc_ocl.exe

Vista/Seven 64 Mobility - http://www2.ati.com/DRIVERS/mobile/11-7 … cc_ocl.exe
Vista/Seven 32 Mobility - http://www2.ati.com/DRIVERS/mobile/11-7 … cc_ocl.exe

XP/2000 32 AGP HotFix - http://www2.ati.com/DRIVERS/hotfix/11-7 … dd_ccc.exe
Vista/Seven 64 AGP HotFix - http://www2.ati.com/DRIVERS/hotfix/11-7 … dd_ccc.exe
Vista/Seven 32 AGP HotFix - http://www2.ati.com/DRIVERS/hotfix/11-7 … dd_ccc.exe


AMD Catalyst 11.8 Preview (8.88.3)
https://a248.e.akamai.net/f/674/20307/1 … uly_12.exe


NVIDIA ForceWare Desktop 280.19 Beta
W7x86 - http://ru.download.nvidia.com/Windows/2 … l-beta.exe
W7x64 - http://ru.download.nvidia.com/Windows/2 … l-beta.exe
XP86 - http://ru.download.nvidia.com/Windows/2 … l-beta.exe
XP64 - http://ru.download.nvidia.com/Windows/2 … l-beta.exe


NVIDIA ForceWare Notebook 280.19 Beta
W7x86 - http://ru.download.nvidia.com/Windows/2 … l-beta.exe
W7x64 - http://ru.download.nvidia.com/Windows/2 … l-beta.exe

Last edited by SamLab (2011-07-28 23:55:17)

Worked on Windows 8.1 Pro

Re: Graphics A x86

Tried the 11.06 on Aopen's digital engine (Core 2 Duo + ION, http://partner.aopen.com/source/news/de … 9-aoe.htm), and the gfx driver install failed...

First it reports missing driver signature, and when I select "install anyways", the driver is not installed (it seems to install, but is missing after reboot).

My fix was to unpack the nvidia 280.26 driver and place it alongside this driverpack in my "drivers path" used for auto-installation. Then it worked!

So it seems that upgrading the nvidia driver in the driverpack would fix the problem...

Re: Graphics A x86

Matrox drivers seem to be missing for windows 7 (I can find them in the XP driverpack)...

The M-series gfx cards are supported http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/suppo … ad/?id=455

PS: I assume the matrox driver fit better in the GFX B package, as not many are using Matrox anymore

Last edited by atlesj (2011-10-07 03:54:03)

Re: Graphics A x86

Do you have a matrox card?  Does anybody?  DriverPack Graphics B is getting way too large to be adding drivers for cards nobody uses.

Re: Graphics A x86

XDDM Drivers updated Sept 1 2011 here --> http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/suppo … ad/?id=453
                                  release notes --> ftp://ftp.matrox.com/pub/mga/archive/xp … es.210.pdf
                                         64 bit here --> http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/suppo … ad/?id=454
Edit: you could probably ignore the above drivers (at a minimum).

XDDM WHQL drivers here --> http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/suppo … ad/?id=449
                 64bit here --> http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/suppo … ad/?id=450

WDDM WHQL drivers for M series 7_x86 here --> http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/suppo … ad/?id=455  as previously noted by atlesj
                                   release notes --> ftp://ftp.matrox.com/pub/mga/archive/w7 … es.401.pdf
                                        7_x64 here --> http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/suppo … ad/?id=456

DisplayPort, HDMI support & stereoscopic support included where applicable.  Not noted elsewhere; the XPDDM drivers add WHQL support for Win2k & since they are WHQL'ed for Vista, the WHQL will be valid for Win7, too.

Curious, on an install of xp on a nforce500 board, i had a "Matrox Extio PCI Standard PCI-to-PCI Bridge" installed.  Until now i thought it may have been licensed IP, now i wonder if it is related to other problems with Matrox drivers.

I sure love Nirsoft's "Hash my files" for comparing packs with many files.

Last edited by TechDud (2011-10-07 12:16:36)