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V1.0.0.66 Beta not recognizing Video Card


siliconman01

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On Windows 7 x86 Professional, Speccy V1.0.0.66 Beta, ATI Radeon 4350 from XFX Force.

 

Speccy is not able to analyze the graphics card.

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Same here

 

Sapphire HD 4850 with latest drivers

 

Windows 7 x64

 

Under graphics it just says ' Analyzing... '

 

everything else seems to work ok, albeit a little basic :P

 

EDiT: I don't know if it helps but in the audio section under sound cards Speccy does recognize 'ATI High Definition Audio Device' which is the audio part of the HD 4850.

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The same here as well:

 

Sapphire HD 4670 Ultimate

(Windows XP SP3 with ATI Catalyst 9.10)

 

Still "Analyzing..." while the ATI High Definition Audio Device is detected without problems.

 

The only other bug I've recognized: The summary view says "No optical disk drives detected", though all 3 drives are listed correctly in the detail view (incl. a "Virtual CloneDrive").

 

PS: I love your applications! :wub:

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  • 2 weeks later...
I'm using the 4870 but not the x2

I dare say but others have said it won't read ATI cards but it reads mine. I think the X2 is just twice the memory. ;)

Desktop

WinXP SP3

IE 7.0

 

Laptop

Vista Home Premium SP2

IE 8.0

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