• 07set
    Categories: Hardware & Software Commenti disabilitati

    On ATI web site, if you need to get the latest drivers for a Mobility Radeon, they redirect you to your PC manufacturer for the download. I'm equipped with a Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo Pi 1536, so I went on their site to download Catalyst for its ATI Mobility Radeon X1400. It was a big surprise to discover, after the installation, that OpenGL support was not given by Catalyst but by a "Generic GDI" driver that supports up to OpenGL 1.0; how come they don't give OpenGL support anymore?

    So I googled a few and soon I found out that to play my favourite videogame again I should have installed the modded desktop drivers. In my case, the ATI Radeon 1300 drivers did the trick. Here's what to do:

    1. Uninstall all ATI software
    2. Check out the Mobility Modder and download it
    3. Follow their simple instruction and you'll get it working easily

    Thanks, DriverHeaven!