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Installing Your RADEON™

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Installing Your RADEON™

Now that you have prepared your computer, you are ready to install your RADEON™/RADEON™ VE graphics accelerator card.

To install your graphics accelerator card

1  Power off the computer and monitor , then disconnect the display cable from the back of your computer.

2  Remove the computer cover. If necessary, consult your computer’s manual for help in removing the cover.

3       Remove any existing graphics card from your computer.

Or, if your computer has any on-board graphics capability, you may need to disable it on the motherboard. For more information, see your computer documentation.

4  Locate the AGP/PCI slot. If necessary, remove the metal cover from this slot; then align your RADEON™/RADEON™ VE with the AGP/PCI slot, and press it in firmly until the card is fully seated.

5  Replace the screw to fasten the card in place, and replace the computer cover.

6Plug the display cable into your card; then turn on the computer and monitor. If your RADEON™/RADEON™ VE came with a DVIconnector, you can connect a flat panel display to the appropriate connector, as shown below

You are now ready to proceed with the installation of the ATI driver. For detailed instructions, select your operating system from the list below:

Windows ® 98 SE / Windows ® Me, see Windows® “New Hardware Found” on page 5.

Windows ® 2000, see page 6.

Windows ® “New Hardware Found”

New hardware will be detected after you restart your computer. To finish setting up your hardware click Yes when prompted to restart

To identify new hardware in Windows ® 98 SE or Windows ® Me

1 Windows ® 98 SE or Windows ® Me may launch the “Update Device Driver Wizard” to install the Standard VGA Driver. If it does, follow the step-by-step instructions below to allow Windows ® to correctly identify your new hardware.

If the Wizard does not appear, proceed directly to Installing the ATI Driver for Windows® 98 SE, Windows® Me on page 5.

2 Click Next.

3 Click Finish.

4 Insert your Windows ® 98 SE or Windows ® Me CD into your CD-ROM drive.

5 Click OK.

6 Type the following:

D:WIN98 or D:WINME

(If D is not your CD-ROM drive, substitute D with the correct drive letter.)

7 Click OK.

8 Click Ye s to restart your computer.

You are now ready to install the ATI driver. Proceed to Installing the ATI Driver for Windows® 98 SE, Windows® Me on page 5, and follow the step-by- step instructions to complete the installation.

Installing the ATI Driver for Windows ® 98 SE, Windows ® Me



With Windows ® 98 SE or Windows ® Me running on your computer, you need to install the ATI driver to take advantage of the higher performance, resolutions, and special graphic features of the RADEON™/RADEON™ VE.

To ensure you install the latest driver, use the ATI Installation CD that shipped with your RADEON™/RADEON™ VE.

To install the ATI driver for Windows ® 98 SE or Windows ® Me

1 Insert the ATI INSTALLATION CD into your CD-ROM drive.If Windows ® runs the CD automatically, proceed to step 6.

2 Click Start.

3 Select Run.

4 Type the following:

D:ATISETUP

(If D is not your CD-ROM drive, substitute D with the correct drive letter.)

5 Click OK.

6 Click on ATI Ea s y I ns t a l l to begin the Installation Wizard.

7 Click Next.

8 Click Ye s to the license agreement.

9 Follow the Wizard’s on-screen instructions to complete the installation.

The Express installation option is recommended. If your RADEON™/RADEON™ VE includes a multimedia component, the software for that component will automatically be installed, along with the ATI driver, by selecting this option.

Installing the ATI Driver for Windows ® 2000

With Windows ® 2000 running on your computer, you need to install the ATI driver to take advantage of the higher performance, resolutions, and special graphic features of the RADEON™/RADEON™ VE.To ensure you install the latest driver, use the ATI Installation CD that shipped with your RADEON™/RADEON™ VE.

To install the ATI driver for Windows ® 2000

1 Insert the ATI INSTALLATION CD into your CD-ROM drive. If Windows ® runs the CD automatically, proceed to step 6.

2 Click Start.

3 Select Run.

4 Type the following:

D:ATISETUP

(If D is not your CD-ROM drive, substitute D with the correct drive letter.)

5 Click OK.

6 Click on ATI Ea s y I ns t a l l to begin the Installation Wizard.

7 Click Next.

8 Click Ye s to the license agreement.

9 Follow the Wizard’s on-screen instructions to complete the installation. The Express installation option is recommended. If your RADEON™/RADEON™ VE includes a multimedia component, the software for that component will automatically be installed, along with the ATI driver, by selecting this option.

Multiple Display Support: Windows ® 98 SE, Windows ® Me

IMPORTANT: Please read the Readme file on the ATI Installation CD for the latest information regarding Multiple Display Support.

Troubleshooting Tips

The following troubleshooting tips may help if you experience problems. Contact your dealer or ATI for more advanced troubleshooting information.

• Check that the card is seated properly in the AGP/PCI slot.

• Ensure the display cable is securely fastened to the card’s display connector.

• Make sure that the monitor and computer are plugged in and receiving power.

• If necessary, disable any built-in graphics capabilities on your motherboard. For more information, consult your computer’s manual or manufacturer. (NOTE: Some manufacturers do not allow the built-in graphics to be disabled or to become the secondary display.)

• Make sure you selected the appropriate display device and graphics card when you installed the ATI driver.

• For more troubleshooting tips, right-click the ATI icon in the taskbar and select Troubleshooting.

• If you have problems during bootup, start your computer in Safe Mode.In Windows ® 98 SE and Windows ® Me, press and hold the CTRL key until the Microsoft ® Windows ® Startup Menu appears on the screen. Then select the number for Safe Mode, and press Enter. (You can also use F8 to bring up the Microsoft Windows ® Startup Menu.) In Safe Mode, bring up the Device Manager and check for duplicate display adapter and monitor entries if you are only using one graphics card.

• For more assistance, use the Troubleshooting Guide located in the Windows® Help or contact your computer manufacturer.

• To contact ATI Technical Assistance, see your Technical Support and Warranty Service guide

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