Hello, I have recently done an upgrade to Windows 10 Pro from Windows 7. However, the video driver amongst other Human Interface Drivers are missin Windows 10 Blu Ray Driver. Epson Sx435w Driver Windows 10. g. I am unable to find the video driver with the exception of registering with various companies e.g. Drivers Assist, who claim to have them but need to purchase! My missing video driver is ATI X1300 Pro 256MB and it is for Dell PC which uses the Intel Core 2 Duo processor.
Device: Mobility Radeon X 1300. Driver file data. Type: Video Adapters. Operating Systems: Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10, Windows XP, Windows Vista. Date added: 12-Feb-2018 20:09. Download counter. Description: ATI Radeon X 1300 Series Driver Installer. File Version: 8.5. File Size: 2.33M. Supported OS: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP.
Dell is not supporting Windows 10 for ATI X1300 Pro 256MB. Currently, the PC is using the basic Microsoft video driver. It is quite frustrating where MS stated on the notification window that my PC is ready for Windows 10, but unfortunately, video drivers and HID such as for the Logitech wireless keyboard are not available. So, my question, why give a false impression. For example in the case of the Logitech wireless keyboard, there appears to be a lag when typing. I appreciate for the help. The make of the video card is by AMD Radeon.
After checking their website, it appears that there is no Win10 support for that card probably due to age. As such they have recommended the following options: 1) continue using Win 10 with using basic MS Video card driver 2) Revert back to original OS which in my case it is Win 7 3) Purchase a brand new video card compatible with Win 10. Considering the age of the motherboard, I will not be purchasing the video card. It appears I would need to revert back to the original OS. Why is it that MS stated that my PC is ready for Windows 10?