x64 and AIW Radeon

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by ricep55, May 27, 2005.

  1. ricep55

    ricep55 Guest

    For those of interest.

    There are native x64 drivers (some are thunked) for the ATI All-In-Wonder
    Radeon 9600/9600Pro. You will get full functionality of the card if you run
    the MS OEM drivers. If you install the x64 Catalyst driver from ATI, it will
    disable the tuner functions and you will need to reinstall the WDM drivers
    manually, one at a time.

    You cannot run the 32 bit ATI MMC, but you can run WinDVR 3 from Intervideo
    if you need to have TV viewing or want to record TV shows on x64. BeyondTV
    from Snapstream has a compatibility issue with certain Radeon driver
    versions and in this case it will install, but you will not be able to
    record or view.

    Hauppauge WinTV-PVR or any Conexant based MPEG codec card (Diamond, Adaptec)
    will not be recognized on x64. There are no drivers.
     
    ricep55, May 27, 2005
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