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Monday, May 30, 2005
New ATI 512MB Graphics Cards Trouble WindowsXP x64


Microsoft announced that consumers should upgrade the drivers of their ATI 512 MB graphics cards to avoid possible "hanging" of their WindowsXP 64-bit eddition OS.

According to the announcement, the problem ocurrs in cases where the total memory installed on a PC running XP Professional x64 Edition is less than 512MB.

The cards affected by this GPU and OS memory conflict are the following:

- RADEON 9000/9200/9500/9600/9700/9800 series
- X300/X700/X800 series
- FireGL series

According to Microsoft, consumers should upgrade to the latest GPU drivers. More information is available at Microsoft's Support page (Japanese).


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