ATI Mobility Radeon 7500 Free Driver Download
6.14.01.6292 (20 Jan 2003)
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Mobility Radeon 7500
6.14.01.6292 (20 Jan 2003)
Supported Operating Systems
Windows Vista, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000
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I was totally stuck without Hardware accelration on Vista Ultimate and none of the drivers (including ATI's own and modded) would work.
Then I recalled the WindowsXP builtin drivers gave me 3D Acceleration even when ATI drivers wouldnít do it on Windows XP. So I gave it a try and manually compiled this compilation from Windows XPs own files. And it worked !! (Tested on Vista Ultimate on a Dell C640 Machine only)
So here Iím uploading it in good will and with the hope that it helps all the other Radeon 7500 owners who have been left out by ATI to just deal with the situation by themselves.
PS: This is my first attempt to ever creating a thing of this sort. I will try to help if you leave back comments but donít flame me to ashes if I canít help or if the driver doesnít work out
Maverik (DG Member) on 3/9/2007
Windows_XP_Version_ATI_Mobility_Radeon_7500.zip (3.4 MB)
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