Driver 4890 for windows server 2008

Hi all
I have a problem with installing ccc on windows server 2008 64bit
last week i get saphire 4890 card.
first i uninstall driver for my last nvidia 8600
Then i put new card in computer and try to install driver from original cd
somewhere in dialog just see the message "this program stop worked" with buttons debug and close program :pfff:
i tried this with all 64 bit drivers found in ati.amd.com but with same effect. :ouch:
if someone solved this problem, please tell me how?
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  1. try uninstall the ATI drivers and use the driver sweaper to clean any left over by nvidia and ATI drivers. then install the ATI driver once again
  2. I tried this but did not work
    ati install manager is program that stop working
    not sure but may be problem referencing dotnet. but is sure problem is in installation program, not in driver
  3. ^
    Try installing .net framework. May have to use .net 2 instead of 3 though.
  4. yes but don't know how to activate 2.0 trough 3.0
    else windows server 2008 have both .net versions
  5. Try to install the ATI drivers@ command prompt. This will allow you to install and bypass .net frame related installation issue. I have 4890 on one of my PC with visual studio 2008. Installation of ATI driver results to ATI-Install Manage stop working.

    Log in as admin, open a command prompt look at the procedure below(Its reference on 9.6 driver install)


    C:\ATI\Support\9-6_vista64_win7_64_dd_ccc_wdm_enu\Driver\Bin64

    Uninstall ATI Software.... type the following:

    atisetup.exe -Uninstall

    The process or progress will be updated on your command prompt window.

    When its finish reboot.

    When you log in your computer will be using generic gpu driver.... The fonts will be large.

    Log in as admin the open a command prompt

    Go back to the same folder

    C:\ATI\Support\9-6_vista64_win7_64_dd_ccc_wdm_enu\Driver\Bin64

    to install type

    atisetup.exe -Install - Output screen

    The progress will be displayed in your screen (see walking dots...)

    reboot.


    To display other options at command prompt you can type.

    atisetup.exe -? ... It will list down the options

    I hope this helps.
  6. Thanks very much my friend. :bounce:
    Now i understand this problem is with visual studio, not with windows
    ok, thanks again. now i will byte ccc
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