Originally posted by: Jadefalcon The old 2400 Pro was an actual card and not inbuilt, hence why I'm puzzled as to why Direct X is still saying I have a 2400.
Because windows has a wonderful thing called registry which breaks in 1 year even if you don't use the computer for anything else but reading websites. That's why it should be reinstalled at least once a year.
EDIT: I saw you posting it's not the OS then deleting it. I can prove you it is. Get a GParted live CD, make a spare partition on your HDD and install a second copy if the OS. Then install the Catalyst drivers. If it still reports the 2400 without ever seeing it, you'll get a Nobel prize.
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