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Win 7 compatibility?


morris948

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Hi Everyone
Not sure what to believe here, the compatibilty list published on this forum shows a conflict compared to the win 7 upgrade advisor for my graphics card.

From the forum link- type in 'ATI Radeon x1650' series,- and you will see it is not compatible.


From the win 7 upgrade advisor that i ran on my PC:-

There are some issues you should take a look at before installing Windows 7.
System Requirements
Upgrade Backup system first You'll need to perform a custom installation of Windows 7 and then reinstall your programs. Make sure to back up your files before you begin. Go online to get important information about installing Windows 7.
CPU speed 2.80 GHz Your CPU meets the 1 GHz minimum requirement.
RAM 2.00 GB Your system memory meets the 1 GB minimum requirement.
Hard Drive Free Space 323.95 GB Your hard disk meets the minimum requirement of 16 GB free space for 32-bit Windows 7.


Radeon X1650 Series
ATI Technologies Inc. Compatible This device is compatible with Windows 7.
Radeon X1650 Series Secondary
ATI Technologies Inc. Compatible This device is compatible with Windows 7.

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jakimo

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Go ahead and install Win7,I had similar compatible messages but installed Win7 anyway without any problem...you may be asked to download latest Radian driver on installation

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