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ATI TV Wonder Driver Availability for Windows 7


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For those concerned. I read this off ATI's support site.

ATI TV Wonder™ Driver Availability for Windows 7

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This article provides information about ATI TV Wonder™ driver availability for Windows 7®.

Drivers for the ATI TV Wonder™ HD 600/650 series and All in Wonder™ HD series are expected to be available in the first quarter of 2010.

The driver availability date is subject to change without notice at the discretion of AMD and/or the affiliated AMD Certified or OEM Partners.

Due to the incompatibility between Microsoft Windows 7® and ATI’s legacy TV Tuner products (ATI Theater 550 Pro chipsets and older), driver support will not be available.

This article applies to the following configuration(s):

◦ATI TV Wonder™ Series
◦ATI All in Wonder™ HD Series
■Operating System
◦Windows 7® 32bit
◦Windows 7® 64bit
May 7, 2009
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Wow, my TV card form way back in the day may work in Win7 in the future. Not bad news.