Monthly Archives: January 2013

Latest ATI HD 4000 driver.. a problem..

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If you notice a problem after installation, use a restore point to get back. Don’t do what I did and suspect everything BUT the driver. It isn’t worth the time In this case. it stopped the sleep function of my PC. Also, before installing ATI drivers, or anything major really, make a restore point. I… Continue reading Latest ATI HD 4000 driver.. a problem..

ATI drivers for the HD 4000,3000, 2000

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There is a new driver, dated 20/1/2013, on the ATI driver support page.. http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/windows/Legacy/Pages/legacy-radeonaiw-vista64.aspx I wish that I had a snapshot of the driver page when Windows 8 appeared. It was obvious that somebody had made the decision NOT to support the HD’s below the 5000 models, but now there is a statement as to… Continue reading ATI drivers for the HD 4000,3000, 2000

Windows 8 training..

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For the home user or small business, there is essentially no training. The screens while installing show basic mouse movements which do not work too well in practice. In order to set up applications like accounting stuff or even MS Office, access via the desktop is imperative and in this respect, the Windows 8 default… Continue reading Windows 8 training..

Desktop applications: 1 Windows 8 UI: 0

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Apart from MS Office 2010, I have a few minor applications on my PC. Skype Messenger A utility to capture YouTube videos Filezilla to upload changes to my website Paint.net because it is more accomplished than the Windows offering Arcsoft Photostudio Power2Go 7 and LabelPrint 2 Treesize A couple of games The normal drivers and… Continue reading Desktop applications: 1 Windows 8 UI: 0