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mcdonamw Jan 16, 2009 05:17 AM

Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver package
 
I may be reaching for the stars but I was hoping the Mobility Modifier would help my issue.

I'm trying to install graphics drivers for my Mobility 9000/9100 IGP after I installed Windows 7 Beta.

I ran the modifier and it modified the drivers. When I run the installer it now sees the driver as an option to install. However, when I try to install the install fails with the below errors... does anyone have an idea if this is fixable?

TIA
McDonaMW

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ATI Display DriverFinal Status: Fail
Version of Item: 8.561.0.0000
Size: 90 Mbytes
Catalyst RegistrationFinal Status: Success
Version of Item: 2.01.0000
Size: 1 Mbytes
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Other detected devices
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RADEON 9000 IGP
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Manufacturer ATI Technologies Inc
Device ID 0x5831
Vendor ID 0x1002
Class Code 0x060000
Revision ID 0x02
Subsystem ID 0xff00
Subsystem vendor ID 0x1179
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ATI Integrated SMBus Support
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Manufacturer ATI Technologies Inc
Device ID 0x4353
Vendor ID 0x1002
Class Code 0x0c0500
Revision ID 0x1a
Subsystem ID 0xff00
Subsystem vendor ID 0x1179
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Manufacturer ATI Technologies Inc
Device ID 0x4349
Vendor ID 0x1002
Class Code 0x01018a
Revision ID 0x00
Subsystem ID 0xff00
Subsystem vendor ID 0x1179
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Manufacturer ATI Technologies Inc
Device ID 0x434d
Vendor ID 0x1002
Class Code 0x070300
Revision ID 0x01
Subsystem ID 0x0001
Subsystem vendor ID 0x1179
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Error messages
Driver Install: the specified driver package was not installed for matching devices
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mbching Jan 16, 2009 07:27 AM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
hi there, maybe u could try catalyst 6.11 instead.

mcdonamw Jan 17, 2009 05:46 AM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Unfortunately that doesn't work. The 6.11 version is not Vista compatible (only XP/2000) so it won't even attempt to install, even after DH Modification.

I went back to the earliest vista compatible version of the Catalyst drivers and they didn't work either.

I guess I'm screwed. I really want Windows 7 on my laptop :(.

kris23 Jan 17, 2009 06:53 AM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
your GPU is no longer supported by drivers, sorry man....

its not going to be easy at all to get any drivers on your system...

Judas Jan 17, 2009 03:33 PM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
neither vista OR win 7 will be able to use that GPU

your only solution right now is to manually install the ATI 9000 series driver

mcdonamw Jan 17, 2009 09:41 PM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Judas (Post 1212098)
neither vista OR win 7 will be able to use that GPU

your only solution right now is to manually install the ATI 9000 series driver

Would you have any insight as to how I could do that?

Judas Jan 20, 2009 05:18 AM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by mcdonamw (Post 1212185)
Would you have any insight as to how I could do that?


if your display adapter is showing up as standard vga and want to at least have higher resolution or widescreen resolution you must manually select the ati radeon 9000 series driver from a list of hardware.

Essentially you go into the device manager, select the display adapter, right click on it, update driver, manually install (browse computer), then select "let me pick from a list of devices" or similare. You will likely have to uncheck "show capatible hardware" to bring up a full list.

From there, pick ati and then scroll until you find ATI RADEON 9000 series

This was for win vista..... from what i can see.. this option is not available in windows 7 at all. you may have to see if you can get someone to scrounge up the vista driver and somehow transfer it to win7.

mcdonamw Jan 20, 2009 11:39 PM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Yeah I've already tried that as that was the first bit of information I found in my research before posting to this thread. Windows 7 does not have that driver listed.

Here's the interesting thing though. (not sure I posted above or onto another thread as I have a couple in diff places), but the Windows Update catalog indeed has two WDDM drivers for Windows 7 client for the ATI Mobility Radeon 9000. The problem is when I attempt to install it using the update driver -> have disk method, I get an error citing there is no updated driver available, or driver not suited for my device.

After inspection I show that driver is meant for hardware that has the hardware IDs of: pci\ven_1002&dev_4c66 or pci\ven_1002&dev_4c6e

It turns out my hardware ID is: pci\ven_1002&dev_5831.

The other WDDM drivers (say for XP) mention device ID 4c66 as well. I think mine being an IGP (integrated) model makes it just different enough to not offer support thus putting the onus on the manufacturer of my MB (Toshiba) who doesn't make anything past XP.

I think ultimately I'm out of luck :(.

CSX321 Jan 22, 2009 04:29 AM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
I just installed on a spare drive for my Dell 600m today. I was able to install the Radeon Mobility 9000 driver through Windows Update, but it has some kind of problem. With that driver installed, the machine freezes and requires a hard reset if I try to run Windows Experience Index or play video. Both of those work fine with the Generic VGA driver, although the video is choppy and the machine only rates a 1.0 on the index, of course.

My 600m has the 9000 chip and 64MB of video memory, 2GHz Pentium M, 2GB RAM. No problems other than this so far. I sure would like to be able to run Windows 7 on this, because I like what I see so far.

Judas Jan 22, 2009 05:28 AM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
i'm really sorry but likely the problem is related to either heat or something else with the windows update supplied driver.

the 9000 was never intended for windows vista and definitely not win7

CSX321 Jan 22, 2009 06:25 AM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Hmm...guess I should have read the Release Notes for the beta:
http://download.microsoft.com/download/F/D/B/FDBFC5A5-51CD-4C8D-9F18-7BCC3810498E/Windows%207%20Beta%20Release%20Notes.htm#ID0EVCAC
Quote:

Video drivers

Systems which use XDDM drivers may completely stop responding in certain scenarios. The computer will not respond to CTRL+ALT+DELETE and you will have to cycle the power to restart the computer, with the attendant risk of loss of unsaved data.
Some activities which have been demonstrated to trigger this issue include, but are not limited to:
  • Using Winsat.exe or using the Rate and improve your computerís performance tool.
  • Changing multimonitor configurations
  • DVD or other video playback
To avoid this, do not use Windows XP Device Driver Model (XDDM) drivers, but find an appropriate Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) driver instead. If your video chipset does not have a WDDM driver (such as the Intel 915), use a VGA driver or an graphics processing unit (GPU) that supports WDDM drivers.
If this issue occurs at setup, either avoid unattended setup or uninstall the XDDM driver and use a VGA driver until setup is complete.
Also, I read at another site that you can go to the Display properties/Adjust resolution/Advanced settings/Troubleshooting/Settings (I think that's right) and move the slider to the middle (disable all 3D acceleration), and it will at least prevent the XDDM driver from locking up. That's what I'm running now. Video at least plays, although it's still a little choppy sometimes.

awu Feb 4, 2009 08:10 AM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Hi,
I installed Win7 on a clean partition, yesterday. The driver installed by default was System VGA off course. After that I installed drivers from factory CD sold with the PC (or MB). During setup the system warned me once or twice, that the driver was not intended for the OS. After the fail the OS asked me if I wanted to installed the driver with "suggested settings" or so. I clicked that and that's it! In fact this is very old XDDM driver, there's no Aero and it freezes during WEI procedure (usually Media Coding section) but I can play video and there is Direct3D acceleration enabled (you should remember this is only DX 8.1 chipset).

The important thing is off course the proper installation of your AGP GART instead of installed defaultly PCI-to-PCI bridge.

To sum this up: I must say that the installation process of Windows 7 on my five-years-old Pundit-R with IGP9100 was much more easy than on Vista.

I wish this help you.

kman225 Feb 4, 2009 03:31 PM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
man I hate these errors... hardware conflict is a bit harder to fix than other things.

CSX321 May 18, 2009 02:31 AM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
FWIW, I have found an older driver that works great with the Win7 RC on my Dell 600m. Details here:
ATI 9250 PCI video card problem - Windows 7 Forums
I grabbed the 6.14 version that is mentioned, and it works beautifully with my 64MB Mobility Radeon 9000! No Aero, of course, but everything I've tried works great. The sample video is perfectly smooth, and it bumped up my Windows Experience Index for Graphics from 1.0 to 1.9.

shakeyplace May 25, 2009 03:41 AM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by mcdonamw (Post 1213068)
Yeah I've already tried that as that was the first bit of information I found in my research before posting to this thread. Windows 7 does not have that driver listed.

Here's the interesting thing though. (not sure I posted above or onto another thread as I have a couple in diff places), but the Windows Update catalog indeed has two WDDM drivers for Windows 7 client for the ATI Mobility Radeon 9000. The problem is when I attempt to install it using the update driver -> have disk method, I get an error citing there is no updated driver available, or driver not suited for my device.

After inspection I show that driver is meant for hardware that has the hardware IDs of: pci\ven_1002&dev_4c66 or pci\ven_1002&dev_4c6e

It turns out my hardware ID is: pci\ven_1002&dev_5831.

The other WDDM drivers (say for XP) mention device ID 4c66 as well. I think mine being an IGP (integrated) model makes it just different enough to not offer support thus putting the onus on the manufacturer of my MB (Toshiba) who doesn't make anything past XP.

I think ultimately I'm out of luck :(.

Hey just passing through, but if that is true, then just open the driver files, open the inf file that has the support for that device, wait a minute, I searched the catalog and find no such driver, If you can provide me with a link, I can certainly help mod the driver to your card...

lin.franco Jun 5, 2009 09:21 AM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
To manual install the ATi Mobility Radeon 9000 drvier for windows 7

http://www.badongo.com/cn/file/15291061

glen4cindy Jul 4, 2009 06:34 PM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by lin.franco (Post 1265799)


How do you get this to download? I've tried it and cannot figure out how. There does not seem to be a download button.

Thanks!

glen4cindy Jul 4, 2009 09:17 PM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Judas (Post 1212815)
if your display adapter is showing up as standard vga and want to at least have higher resolution or widescreen resolution you must manually select the ati radeon 9000 series driver from a list of hardware.

Essentially you go into the device manager, select the display adapter, right click on it, update driver, manually install (browse computer), then select "let me pick from a list of devices" or similare. You will likely have to uncheck "show capatible hardware" to bring up a full list.

From there, pick ati and then scroll until you find ATI RADEON 9000 series

This was for win vista..... from what i can see.. this option is not available in windows 7 at all. you may have to see if you can get someone to scrounge up the vista driver and somehow transfer it to win7.


Just did this. The driver I used was:

Vista_ATI_Radeon_XDDM_6.14.10.6606

Now, I have 1440 x 900!!!!!!!!!!

Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks to THIS board. EVERYONE else said it was impossible! NOT so!

Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Splasher Aug 15, 2009 09:49 AM

AW: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
the download isn't availible?

I need also win7 driver for my raedon9000

at my win7 there are a lot of driver for raedon-cards, but no 9000 :-(

So if possible, please reup the driver

thx

edit: aahhh sry download still working ^^

hellbringer82 Sep 23, 2009 11:04 PM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
I'm sorry for kicking this old thread but i recently had the same problem, and finally found this solution, thnx guys!
I found the download site a bit 'tricky' (and I see i'm not the only one) but was able to download the file eventually so I made a few 'mirrors' of this file:

2Shared:
http://www.2shared.com/file/8002185/...Windows_7.html

Megaupload:
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=7L6IS51M

Easy-Share:
http://www.easy-share.com/1907880178..._Windows_7.rar

Megafileupload:
http://www.megafileupload.com/en/fil...ows-7-rar.html

(just in case one gets deleted) :lol:

nii aryee Sep 30, 2009 10:25 AM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Hi guys, thax for the link, I have been able to download the file but after extracting I found it has no install.exe file that I can use to update my drivers. Please help me on how to go about it.

ReD-BaRoN Oct 3, 2009 03:47 AM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Hey guys, thanks for the links to the drivers. Question, when running this video card (ATI Mobility 9000) in XP, 1200x800 was an option (which I used). I no longer have this option in Win7 with the driver downloaded from this thread. It seems to have everything else though (certainly more than when just running the VGA driver). Any ideas on how to get 1200x800? Can any of the files be modified to allow this to be selected?

Thanks!

GlueFactoryBJJ Dec 25, 2009 06:05 AM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
I just found this site and wanted to drop my $.02.

I had two problems running Win7 with a Dell D600 with an ATI Mobility Radeon 9000. The first was slow/stuttering video playback with both iTunes and Windows Media Player. The second was there was no option Sleep option (only Hibernate).

While I expected the first to be a video driver problem, I was surprised to find that the second was also.

As everyone here may know Win7 defaults to its standard VGA driver for the ATI Mobility Radeon 9000. Also, ATI STINKS when it comes to legacy support (I'm going to be going with Nvidia in this regard from now on... if possible). They do not even offer ANY drivers (regardless of Windows version) on their web site anymore.

After reading glen4cindy's message, I was able to find that version of the ATI Vista/XP driver package (6-2_xp-vista_dd_ccc_wdm_enu_30152.zip) at:

6 2 xp vista dd ccc wdm enu 30152 - Download from mediafire.com - Filestube.com

This driver appears to be the latest available driver for the ATI Mobility Radeon 9000.

I installed it and was rewarded with much better video performance. Including slightly longer battery life (gotta love how the GPU's are relatively more energy efficient!).

My Business Graphics Performance in Win7 improved from 1.0 to 1.9 (still no Aero), but the 3D still is 1.0. Nice bonus.

My WMP video playback was immediately and drastically improved. Very smooth full screen with any source I've tried.

However, iTunes/Quicktime is still slow as all getout. Still stutters unless about 1/8 to 1/4 screen at best. I wish iTunes/Quicktime were more efficient on Windows!

However, for me the biggest benefit is that I now have a sleep option instead of being forced to use hibernate. Hibernate was causing intermittent problems with my mini-pci wireless card not waking back up after hibernating, requiring a reboot to get it to work again. A real pain.

However, now that I have a sleep option, the wireless card works perfectly now.

A true win-win-win-win. I have had ZERO problems so far with this driver and would recommend it to anyone.

One caveat. Set a system restore point before trying to do the install! Your milage may vary!

Scott

PS. I am running my D600 at 1400x1050...

manishkakwani Jul 7, 2010 11:20 PM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Hey Everyone,

After reading all the posts, I tried installing the driver for Windows 7, but had no luck. I tried downloading multiple drivers (those on the posts from GlueFactoryBJJ, hellbringer82, and glen4cindy), and following the various instructions from those posts, but nothing worked. Windows kept saying that the best driver software was already installed (the Standard VGA Graphics Adapter).

If anyone could post detailed, step-by-step instructions, I'd really appreciate it! Improved video quality and the higher resolution would be worth it, and I've already spent countless hours trying to get this to work. Thanks!

-Manish

florisz Nov 30, 2010 04:31 PM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
some time has passed now.
I have a Dell 600m, 1,8Ghz, 2Gb, 64Gb SSD, 1024x768 with windows 7 Ultimate.
First I installed the driver from this site. But Windows came with a new driver through the Windows Update by itself.
It all works super. I can't believe how fast such an old laptop still works.
One minor disadvantage.
I can't use 'hibernation'(=dumping ram to disk=really off) only Sleep mode(green led keeps blinking=RAM is active).

BluefactoryBJJ mentioned that he had hibernation and not sleeping!?

I had the problem with not waking up my wifi card twice in the last month when waking up from sleeping mode.
The advantage of sleeping mode is that it starts faster than my Ipad.
When in sleeping mode I discovered that after 3 days of not using the battery was still at about 83%!

But as an option I really would like the hibernation mode when I know I'm not going to use the laptop for some days.

Cold boot is about 30seconds, though!

So in the end I really should'nt be complaining anyway.

In the ati inf file I see under; [ati2mtag_RemoveDeviceSettings] the following
HKR,, HibernationPatch

Would it be possible to remove this option to make it work?

thanx for all your tips!

Florisz

David59kz9 Dec 23, 2010 05:42 PM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
I have a Dell Latitude D600 Laptop, I installed Window 7 Pro,My Video Card is the Mobility Radeon 9000 & I can't get the driver upgraded. Can someone direct me to the file to download Catalyst 8.12 Drivers


Warlox Jan 12, 2011 01:47 PM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Hi all,

I think I have resolved the issue with regards to this post, it is a little long winded though! But it worked on my Toshiba Satellite A30-514, with same issue Window 7 driver.

Ok re-install XP (or if you are lucky enough to have XP on partition or different drive boot from XP).

Download a program called Drivermax (free ware).

After it has finish, run, go to export driver(s).

A list of drivers installed on your system will appear, select the "ATI Mobility 9000" and save it to a new folder on a USB.

Close XP and install or boot Windows 7.

Install Drivermax on to Windows 7.

Once complete, run. Import driver, Job done!

Hope this works for all, took me 3 days to find a solution AHHH!

florisz Jan 13, 2011 08:52 PM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by CSX321 (Post 1213397)
I just installed on a spare drive for my Dell 600m today. I was able to install the Radeon Mobility 9000 driver through Windows Update, but it has some kind of problem. With that driver installed, the machine freezes and requires a hard reset if I try to run Windows Experience Index or play video. Both of those work fine with the Generic VGA driver, although the video is choppy and the machine only rates a 1.0 on the index, of course.

My 600m has the 9000 chip and 64MB of video memory, 2GHz Pentium M, 2GB RAM. No problems other than this so far. I sure would like to be able to run Windows 7 on this, because I like what I see so far.

I have the exact same laptop and same problem. I replaced the harddrive for an 64GB SSD. That works great and quiet and on top of that I make almost 4hours again on one charge(without wifi enabled).

Now the thing is that I replaced the hard drive when I still used XP because my laptop would freeze all the time and I thought it was the harddrive. Now with a clean window 7 installation and the new harddrive I still have the freezing. Because of your posting I tried the standard Microsoft VGA driver instead of the ATI radeon Mobility 9000 driver from the micorosoft update. Since than my system runs without any freezing for weeks now.

Because my display is 1024x768 the resolution of the standard driver is fine.
I missed the hybernation standby option(the one where you dump your RAM to your harddrive). You can solve this with a command line(in admin mode); POWERCFG -H ON. After that you have the option back in the menu where you shut down your system.

Now the only thing I miss is the possibility to expand my display to an external monitor or beamer...

Any sugestions?

Warlox Jan 14, 2011 07:01 PM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Hello Florisz

Have you tried my suggestion above your last post?

I managed to install the original driver exported from XP and import it with DriverMax to Windows 7.

This works perfectly for my system, having a rating score from 1.0 up to 1.9, improving video playback with no jerkiness.

Hope this helps, all the best.

Warlox Jan 14, 2011 07:05 PM

Re: Problem with Radeon Mobility 9000/9100 IGP + Windows 7 + Catalyst 8.12 driver pac
 
Sorry Florisz,

I was reading the quote box in your reply, was trying to resolve the video performance issue.


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