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Old 21-03-2010
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CCC drivers for ATI cards is not able to install in Windows 7

Hello. I have a desktop machine and it is been installed with Windows 7 operating system. I have ATI cards to my system and I wan to install the latest CCC drivers for the cards. The problem is that I am not able to install the drivers for the card to the system. i do not why is this happening? Please do help me out in order to make the things to get sorted. Thank you.
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Re: CCC drivers for ATI cards is not able to install in Windows 7

The drivers that you have in order to get it installed t o the system may have issue appended to the same. This is the reason that the application has some problems associated with the same. You need to check out the that drivers that you have is not corrupt. If it is then it will give such problems. may the updated version of the pack is too problematic.
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Re: CCC drivers for ATI cards is not able to install in Windows 7

The problem could basically be withe the support of the drivers under Windows 7 operating system for the application. You need to check out that the drivers you are installing is able to cope up with the Windows 7 operating system. As it is very essential that the operating system should be able tow work out with the same. This would then help you out in configuring the issue and making it sorted.
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Re: CCC drivers for ATI cards is not able to install in Windows 7

Check out that the admin has not restricted the rights of installing applications to the system. This could be the reason that the application is giving such issues that is it is not able to make the application or drivers to get installed. You need to right click on the .exe of the driver application and then make it to Run as administrator. Check out by getting access to the admin account then.
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Re: CCC drivers for ATI cards is not able to install in Windows 7

Create a new user account that would then be the thing you need to make certain changes in it. Go to the control panel option and then to the user account. Now create new account and then fill in parameters. After it is been done you need to check out fir the manage section and make it as admin account type. Then create account and restart the system. Login using the new account and then try installing the drivers.
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Re: CCC drivers for ATI cards is not able to install in Windows 7

Run the system under safe mode option. This would the help you out in making the things to get sorted well. This is because it could be that Windows 7 been the operating system that the application is not able to feature or function well and hence it is giving some issues related to the same. So you need to process the installation under safe mode. It would be helpful.
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