I STILL have to use the command line to install my drivers; can't ATI even get a working installer?
I haven't used ATI in a while (Untill recently...before using my current 5870 CF rig, I had an X1900 rig back in the day)
, so I'm not sure when they implemented the new install/software manager, but it seems that is the problem. Gamerk316's workaround is worth a shot.
I've heard a few people suggest using these workarounds:
Uninstall your C++ library and either update it to the latest version or let CCC install it's specific library
Install using the command line functions:
Locate the latest extracted files (C:\ATI\Support\[Version]\Bin [Or Bin64 if you are on x64 OS) and make a note of the folder.
Navigate to that folder in a command prompt window (in the run box, type cmd.exe)
Type the following (without quotes):"atisetup.exe -Install -Output screen"
Navigate into the latest bin folder and create a shortcut to atisetup.exe
Then select the properties of that shortcut and add -Install -Outputscreen
onto the installer path:
Example -> "C:\ATI\Support\xxxx\Bin\atisetup.exe" -Install -Output screen
Hope this helps.