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Can somone tell me which card is this? PZ

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by harold, Nov 6, 2005.

  1. harold New Member

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    Hi, I' just a newbe and don't know much about flashin video cards. All I've done and all I know till now is your fault (he he) since I got addicted to reading this forum.

    So I decided to mess a little bit with my PC's and Mac ( I work on both of them).
    Here's the matter: as you will see I have a ATI (supposed ???) video card that I took from an old PC in the office but to flash itI should know what it is.

    I suppose it's a radeon 9000 64 MB with TV out but not very much more. The mem is EtronTech (xxxxxx-4) and the chip should be ACT 86 PCH209.

    I put some pics so that some of you gentlemen can gimme help to identify it right.

    Thanks a lot and compliments to the stuff from Italy

    Harold

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    well im not sure it looks like it could be from the 9xxx series it also looks like it has 256 mb vram and its set up like an L so maybe 256bit but width...thats all i got.
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    you could try typing in the FCC id number on the back of the card into google search
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    Put it in a computer and use ATItool to find out what exactly it is?
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    Good advices

    First, thanks all for help. It's a good idea, (I just didn't do it at once, it's my fault) but actually I didn't get my PC at home, only Mac, but after reading your replies I used ATI Dumper for Mac (it usually says something like : ATI 128pro xx, ATI 9200, etc) getting these 2 files (attached) that call the card "pci174b,7192". The text file says something useful I suppose like:

    flashRomTypePStr "ST M25P10 SEPROM"
    and

    • ATIPCIdevice.PCIServiceDevice
    flags $0000001F
    flags & kFlagsInitialized true
    flags & kFlagsGotRegEntry true
    flags & kFlagsGotBaseAddress0 true
    flags & kFlagsGotATIRegAddress true
    flags & kFlagsGotExpansionROMBase true
    flags & kFlagsGotGDeviceInfo false
    vendorID $1002
    deviceID $4966
    revisionID $01
    name "pci174b,7192"
    model ""
    slot ""
    driverName ""
    ATIRegAddress $90000000
    baseAddress0 $98000000
    expansionROMBase $90020000

    I admit, as you know, I'm not able to understand these values, but maybe you are.
    Anyway I have the chance to try with ATI Tool on a PC as soon as I can.

    Thanks again for now

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