I apologize if this is a stupid question (there are no stupid questions, only stupid people), but if this is essentially a non-server version of 2003, does it have support for 32bit cpus as well, or is it 64bit only?
After owning two ATI cards, the Rage Fury, and more recently, the 8500 Pro, I swore that I would never buy an ATI card again. I don't know how good the catalyst drivers are, but I do know that all drivers prior to that were terrible, and most games required endless tweaking just to get to run. Also, when I "upgraded" from a GeForce256 to the 8500 Pro, many games seemed to run a lot slower, Counter-Strike being perfect on the 256, and a chore to play on the 8500. Maybe ATI have changed, maybe the catalysts are good drivers that actually work in most gaes, never is a strong word, and I must admit to being curious to trying out the 9800 Pro. That said, based on my experience, I wouldn't buy anything from ATI other than the 9800 Pro, and if that was out of my price range, I'd just buy the best Nvidia card that I could afford - I've never had anything but good experiences with all of the Nvidia hardware I've owned.
No luck here on a ti4600 on XP, it just breezes through the install without prompting to install the unsigned drivers, exactly as it did before the inf file. I was able to get the 44.10s working with some very simple inf editing, but doing the same thing (only adding the model support) to this inf file doesn't work.
Such a news item was bound to ellicit a massive response. I agree with the owners of this site whole heartedly. Our own governments are plainly guilty of trying to deceive us in order to garner support for this war. The double standards shown by our countries in this aspect is intolerable, and the ease with which so many of you buy into such obvious deception, just because it is from your own government is nothing short of tragic.
I am a patriot, I love my country. This is why I will continue to stand against this travesty of justice, even though people who are either too stupid to see the truth or too cowardly to stand for what they believe in tell us that "the war has started, we should all pull together now". I hope that this passes quickly, and as painlessly as possible. I also hope that the US doesn't once again leave those Iraqis who tried to help them alone in the desert, with the full knowledge that they would be killed by Hussein (this is the instance of Hussein gassing his own people that American hawks keep harping about, the US knew what was happening, and left them there to die, and is therefore just as guilty as Hussein in this aspect). I know that this will go down in the history books as a great mistake and tragedy.