Driver Ati Mobility Radeon 9000 IGP

April 17, 2010 at 08:47:47
Specs: Windows 7
I have installed the ATI Radeon XDDM and Desktop performance for Windows Aero increased from 1 to 1.9 but 3D graphics performance is only 1

How can I improve?

See More: Driver Ati Mobility Radeon 9000 IGP

April 17, 2010 at 18:07:14
I do not know the card that well, but the numbers sound a little low for windows 7. List mb, cpu, RAM, etc. and maybe we can tell you better. I will google the card for more info.

Report •

April 18, 2010 at 06:08:24

The notebook is a HP Pavilion zv5371ea

A Intel Pentium 4 3,2 Ghz 800 fsb HT
With 60 Gb HDD, 1 Gb ram ddr

Windows 7 work very well, only should improve card video performance

Report •

April 18, 2010 at 21:07:27
Your notebook (as per HP) supported XP and 2000 and specifically does not support Vista (therefore not 7), is not too new, and your video is integrated.
If you are running windows 7 without a problem (it may have taken quite a lot of looking for all of your drivers), you might want to take an image of your drive and copy it to an external hard drive (as your easy recovery drive) to protect your efforts.
As far as the video, if this is the latest driver for your graphics (and it appears it is), about the only other thing you can do that should help, is add more memory - RAM - if it supports more. Notebooks are not typically great on the graphics, only some of the more powerful laptops are available with upgraded graphics with dedicated graphics memory (much easier with desktops).

Report •

Related Solutions

April 19, 2010 at 01:01:46
Unfortunately 1 Gb is the max and this notebook not support
more memory.

I read the manual and I could not find how to increase the
graphics memory, maybe it not possible :-(

Report •

April 19, 2010 at 10:14:59
I am not sure if windows controls that, but I suspect there might be settings in your BIOS that control the shared memory. The only problem is that you are already running at the minimum for windows 7, so you would not want to short that either. If you do find a setting, try just a little bit change at a time. Video actually gets a better boost from FASTER memory, than from more memory after some point.
Are you running the fastest memory you can? That might also help. -- Remember, your machine was never meant for gaming.
You may have reached it's peak already.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

Report •

Ask Question