Updating drivers

Andrew

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On Sun, 16 May 2004 16:13:35 GMT, "Steve" <shhh@itsasecret.com> wrote:

>Can you update newer drivers over older drivers without first uninstalling
>the older drivers?

I always do and never have a problem.
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ATI recommends uninstalling the Control Panel before installing the newer
drivers. (This is probably because the newest versions of the drivers come
with this as part of the install.)
"Steve" <shhh@itsasecret.com> wrote in message
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> Can you update newer drivers over older drivers without first uninstalling
> the older drivers?
>
>
 
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i jst install over the top. Never had a problem yet. touches some wood ;-)


"Steve" <shhh@itsasecret.com> wrote in message
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> Can you update newer drivers over older drivers without first uninstalling
> the older drivers?
>
>
 
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NO NO NO.
Download new drivers (save to desk top) Uninstall old drivers then reboot.
Then install new drivers. Also make sure the control panel matches the
driver. ie 4.3 drivers with control panel for 4.3

John
 

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