PLEASE HELP! Can not find video card drivers, driving me ISNSANE!

Okay, so I just got a video card from my friends new desktop. He just installed a new one, so I got the old one.

It is titled as a Radeon 7570. It came from an HP ENVY Desktop loaded with Windows 8. I am trying to install it on my Windows XP 32x Professional computer that already has an Intel G31 graphics chipset.

Can someone link me to the correct drivers and tell me what to do? I downloaded multiple AMD catalysts and nothing happens, the video card adaptor is just titled as VGA something something, and does not display any info in DXDiag.

Please help me, thank you.
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  1. Download the AMD autodetect tool. http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/windows/Pages/auto_detect.aspx
    It should detect the card and OS and download the correct driver.
  2. smeezekitty said:
    Download the AMD autodetect tool. http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/windows/Pages/auto_detect.aspx
    It should detect the card and OS and download the correct driver.


    I try this, and it comes up, then closes immediatley.
  3. clinicaljesus said:
    Okay, so I just got a video card from my friends new desktop. He just installed a new one, so I got the old one.

    It is titled as a Radeon 7570. It came from an HP ENVY Desktop loaded with Windows 8. I am trying to install it on my Windows XP 32x Professional computer that already has an Intel G31 graphics chipset.

    Can someone link me to the correct drivers and tell me what to do? I downloaded multiple AMD catalysts and nothing happens, the video card adaptor is just titled as VGA something something, and does not display any info in DXDiag.

    Please help me, thank you.


    Make and model of your pc? Motherboard info if you have it, please.

    Mark
  4. Okay guys, listen.

    I have the video card plugged in, I'm not stupid.

    It is in my motherboard correctly, I'm not stupid.

    But none of these drivers have worked. They install, or do whatever they do, and when I click finish, nothing happens at all. The autodetect just starts up and goes away. Bumping for more help.
  5. get your neighbor to help.......... you know, the guy that gave you the card.
  6. clinicaljesus said:
    smeezekitty said:
    Download the AMD autodetect tool. http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/windows/Pages/auto_detect.aspx
    It should detect the card and OS and download the correct driver.


    I try this, and it comes up, then closes immediatley.


    Try running it as Administrator.
  7. I'd just go through to the AMD site and go through the manual selection:

    Desktop Graphics/HD Series/7xxx/Windows XP 32

    http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/windows/Pages/radeonaiw_xp.aspx
  8. Okay, so, whenever I try to install that Catalyst thing, and restart my computer. Something DOES happen, but nothing new.

    After I do this, Windows displays it in "Other" on the device management, and is labeled as a VGA controller, and has no drivers and does nothing. DXDIAG shows nothing still, and Windows notifies me that the hardware wasn't installed properly.

    Where do we go from here?


    Don't...

    Bump posts


    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/283384-33-read-first
  9. Hmm, not sure what is going on there, you obviously are getting something on the attached screen. Might be worth seeing if there are any updated drivers for the Intel chipset on their website. Could be a small chance that HP have some peculiar drivers available from their website.
  10. I found a windows 8 driver for it on their website, along with the other drivers from my friends computer. Since I am using XP im not sure how this will work out.
  11. windows update.
  12. This is the exact video card I have.

    Somebody help me find an XP driver for it.

    http://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/b692/Pegatron_HD_7570.html
  13. The 8 drivers won't work, the driver models change from Vista onwards. I'd be tempted to reseat it, check the BIOS is set to boot to the correct display (should be ok though as you are getting something).

    Intel have a driver update thing on their website which might be worth a try, if the PCIe slot has never been used a chipset driver update might be available.

    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Default.aspx?lang=eng
  14. Are you sure the card actually worked before your friend removed it from his machine?
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