Multivision Graphics Drivers

  SavageImpulse 16:13 09 Mar 04
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I have a Multivision Solus 1030 Express and I'm experiencing problems with some CAD software and computer games that the computer should be able to cope with. The computer freezes and has to be turned off.
I have emailed many companies and the general consensus is that my graphics driver needs to be updated. This poses a problem however because notebooks require special driver updates and Multivision has ceased trading, (temporarily I hope).
I was wondering if there is any possible ways to update my driver without Multivision?

  Trolley 17:40 09 Mar 04

Try this site: click here

Usually has most drivers on it, otherwise is usually able to link you to somewhere that will have them.

  Paranoid Android 19:01 09 Mar 04

I think your laptop uses the ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 graphics chipset. If this is the case, you can get drivers click here

Marvin

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