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Basically, i bought a 6870x2, and can't get any drivers to install. The card is working in device manager, and is seated properly.

I have used Drivers from both the disk, and the website.

64 bit Windows 7 if that helps,

Catalyst just tells me there is no AMD product, or the drivers have crashed.

Any ideas?

Thanks!
post #2 of 18
try the Powercolour site bro and look for download,drivers e.g or even look for your card on there site and see what they say hope this helps.

edit.try to install the drivers of the cd that came with it
Edited by meaty234 - 10/6/11 at 5:17am
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Ive tried all that, the ones from powercolor did not work, on both the disk and the website. Im at work currently so i cant retest, and powercolor does not even have the 6870x2 listed on the website.
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Something about " not having enough resources " in device manager. could really use some help here lol
post #5 of 18
reset the cmos in the bios of the motherboard and stick everything back to stock...sometimes overclocks and settings messed up in the bios can cause pieces of hardware not to function correctly.

wipe out all ati software, delete it from device manage and choose to delete driver, reboot and then try to install the display driver only. I had one and the drivers off AMD site worked just fine.
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reset the cmos in the bios of the motherboard and stick everything back to stock...sometimes overclocks and settings messed up in the bios can cause pieces of hardware not to function correctly.

wipe out all ati software, delete it from device manage and choose to delete driver, reboot and then try to install the display driver only. I had one and the drivers off AMD site worked just fine.
ok ill give it a go when i get home
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Something about " not having enough resources " in device manager. could really use some help here lol
Open up GPU-Z for each GPU and see what the lanes are assigned to each GPU such as PCIe x16, x8, x4 or x1.

Also, remove all other PCI/PCIe devices from the slots such as sound card, network card or whatever is occupying the slots, then check the lanes in GPU-Z again.

Try to do a clean CCC pakage driver install by removing all AMD graphics related driver, profile and registries using this:

Atiman Uninstaller v.6.0.0.msi[/B]. Download LINK

Run it with administrator privilege. Some antivirus software will give false false positive. Let it run and restart to complete the uninstallation.
Edited by Ken1649 - 10/7/11 at 1:28am
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Open up GPU-Z for each GPU and see what the lanes are assigned to each GPU such as PCIe x16, x8, x4 or x1.

Also, remove all other PCI/PCIe devices from the slots such as sound card, network card or whatever is occupying the slots, then check the lanes in GPU-Z again.

Try to do a clean CCC pakage driver install by removing all AMD graphics related driver, profile and registries using this:

Atiman Uninstaller v.6.0.0.msi[/B]. Download LINK

Run it with administrator privilege. Some antivirus software will give false false positive. Let it run and restart to complete the uninstallation.
GPU-z does not pick up any graphics cards, and there is nothing in the other pci slots
post #9 of 18
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even after a reformat and that tried above it says

"This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. (Code 12)

If you want to use this device, you will need to disable one of the other devices on this system"


really dont know what to do
post #10 of 18
Try updating your Motherboards Bios
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