Q: Missing ATI Radeon HD 4850 graphics drivers in Windows 7 This thread is locked from future replies

I have an new Apple iMac i5 computer. It's an intel based unit and if someone, either Microsoft or Apple would supply drivers for the graphic card used in the unit, I would purchase your Windows 7 software and run it on the computer. Apple seems to be a little slow at this point in developing their Bootcamp software to support Windows 7 and the missing piece seems to be the drivers for the ATI graphics card (ATI Radeon HD 4850). I have a feeling that if Microsoft were to supply the missing drivers, perhaps as a upgrade, then you may find a whole bunch of these new iMac owners purchasing your software, namely me, among others. Any thoughts? Thanks.



Hardware drivers are written and supplied by the hardware manufacturer. Microsoft will distribute WHQL drivers through Windows Update but does not write them.

For ATI drivers, see AMD Drivers & Software . For other hardware, see its manufacturer's site.

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