Sata and Video driver whit rotation, for tx2500 series

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  1. HellParker

    HellParker Civil Engineer

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    I do not have a tx1417cl any more, now I have a tx2627cl, If any one can buy his tx1000 my personal quote is "do it".
    Follow this for sata and video drivers for tx2500 series in Windows XP
    Go to this page:

    http://game.amd.com/us-en/drivers_catalyst.aspx?p=xp/integratedip-xp

    <1> Download:

    1. Display Driver (contains the ATI HD3200 VIDEO DRIVER)
    2 of 6

    2. South Bridge Driver (contain the smbus driver)
    4 of 6

    3. RAID Driver (contain the sata driver)
    5 of 6

    <2> Add sata driver

    1. Decompress the driver, (run it), find the location of where it extracts the contents, usually inside C:\ATI\SUPPORT\8-12_xp32-64_raid_72283
    2. Copy the XP disk in to a folder.
    3. Use nlite (http://www.nliteos.com/download.html) to add the sata drivers in the XP disk
    4. Fire up nLite, and then select your folder.
    5. Select "Integrate: Driver" and "Create: Bootable ISO"
    6. On the Driver page, select "Insert" then "Multiple Driver Folder"
    7. Select the location where the driver extracts it&#8217;s contents, select all, in the next windows only select the x86 or XP platform
    8. Then click Ok.
    10. Click next, to burn your CD or DVD.
    11. Select "Direct Burn" then click "Burn"

    <3> Install XP
    * After the installation you will find a phantom unit in your pc, wait to the next AMD driver to fix this, the same thing append whit my old tx1417cl; this is not a problem.
    1. Install RAID Driver
    2. Install South Bridge Driver

    <4> Install video driver with rotation enabled


    * I find this modification looking in to the "darionco" modified drivers, all the fame and recognition is for him.
    1. Run the file. Notice the location of where is extracts the contents, usually here C:\ATI\SUPPORT\8-12_xp32_dd_72271\XP_INF\
    2. Find the CX_72271.inf file and click open
    3. In the file search for the entry:

    HKR,, DisableTabletPCRotation, %REG_DWORD%, 1
    and change is value to 0, like this:

    HKR,, DisableTabletPCRotation, %REG_DWORD%, 0

    add this line below :

    HKR,, TabletPCRotateClockwise, %REG_DWORD%, 0


    Your inf file must look like this after the modifications

    HKR,, DALRULE_NOCRTANDDFPACTIVESIMULTANEOUSLY, %REG_DWORD%, 0
    HKR,, DisableTabletPCRotation, %REG_DWORD%, 0
    HKR,, TabletPCRotateClockwise, %REG_DWORD%, 0
    HKR,, VPUEnableSubmissionBox, %REG_SZ%, "0"

    4. Go to start right click My Computer
    5. Click properties
    6. Click Hardware
    7. Click Device Manager
    8. Expand Display Adapters
    9. Right Click ATI HD 3200 and click update driver.
    10. Click No. Not at this time and click next
    11. Click Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)
    12. Click Don't Search I will choose the driver to install and click next
    13. Click Have disk
    14. Click Browse and navigate to C:\ATI\SUPPORT\8-12_xp32_dd_72271\XP_INF\
    15. Click CX_72271.inf and click open
    16. Click OK
    17. Click Next you will get an Update Driver warning click yes the drivers will get updated.
    18. Restart your computer.
    19. Adjust the display resolution to the correct value.

    <5> For everything else use &#8220;agashka&#8221; driver pack
    http://tx2500z.googlepages.com/
     
  2. iurak6868

    iurak6868 Pen Pal - Newbie

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    thank you very much, that solved my problems.
    I had issues with Open GL and panning tools in 3D modeling programs, and couldn't use Darionco's drivers.
    So I installed the last drivers and corrected them with your guide, now everything works flawlessly
     

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