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hyipo

Having problem with Driver Integration

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Everytime I integrate ATI, or other drivers I always get these error messages in DOS saying it can't copy the file, and it seems like it needs the file.

How can I integrate ATI drivers without error?

of cource where are my manners.

I want to integrate ATI Drivers into Windows 2000

The driver I want to integrate are http://www.filehippo.com/download_ati_catalyst/ that way no matter what computer I put it on as long as it has a ATI card it will work with Windows 2000.

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I have been having that problem too. I can't add ATI, Nvidia without some problem. I thought all I had to do was add drivers then i'm done. I need help. I don't want to have to reinstall drivers each time I restore my computer.

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hyipo and SammyDawn, are you both using Win2k and is it booted from a cd or started by a winnt(32) or RIS?

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