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Hello everyone.
I created a retro-PC for the future to come, and now I cant find any drivers from AMD's website. its funny because I could find the needed driver easily for my old gforce 5500!
Can anyone please help me find those old driver files that used to be hosted on AMD.com? for this vga?
Thanks a lot in advance

Update:
I'm looking for win7/xp latest drivers that came for this card.

Update 2:
I have found 14-4-xp32-64-dd-ccc-pack1.exe that worked just fine on windows XP sp3. this is the latest version that I know of

Update 3:
The driver need to have hardware id of 9495 in the display's inf file. (e.g. in the CW158498.inf) that shows it supports the agp version of 4670
 
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When asking for a driver, it helps to list the OS.
 

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When asking for a driver, it helps to list the OS.
its an ATI4670 AGP - Im not super smart but my intuition tells me its either Windows 95/98 or NT/2000/XP as the OP has stated he built a 'retro' PC.

XP drivers tend to work on NT and Win 2000 as well (if my memory serves me correctly...) so they might not require any super special drivers - I dont think windows 95 and 98 were in the same boat though so they did require different installation packages.


Either way, I dont think Windows 7 supported AGP and Vista - the OS that did support AGP doesnt quite fit in with the whole 'Retro PC' description.
 

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its an ATI4670 AGP - Im not super smart but my intuition tells me its either Windows 95/98 or NT/2000/XP as the OP has stated he built a 'retro' PC.

XP drivers tend to work on NT and Win 2000 as well (if my memory serves me correctly...) so they might not require any super special drivers - I dont think windows 95 and 98 were in the same boat though so they did require different installation packages.


Either way, I dont think Windows 7 supported AGP and Vista - the OS that did support AGP doesnt quite fit in with the whole 'Retro PC' description.
7 does however obtaining a gart driver from nvidia for nf2/3 is pretty nil.
 
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its an ATI4670 AGP - Im not super smart but my intuition tells me its either Windows 95/98 or NT/2000/XP as the OP has stated he built a 'retro' PC.
XP drivers tend to work on NT and Win 2000 as well (if my memory serves me correctly...) so they might not require any super special drivers - I dont think windows 95 and 98 were in the same boat though so they did require different installation packages.
Either way, I dont think Windows 7 supported AGP and Vista - the OS that did support AGP doesnt quite fit in with the whole 'Retro PC' description.
It's been a few years (so I could be wrong), but I don't believe drivers are different for AGP vs PCIe. The link from Yukikaze covers quite a bit, but we can only guess what OS he's trying to use. We shouldn't have to guess. A bit comical to just walk in and say "I need a driver". Okay.....for what OS?
 
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Thanks a lot guys. going to download and test them and see if thats the AGP version , if thats the PCI-express version, it wont work.

When asking for a driver, it helps to list the OS.
Yes, you are right, I was actually looking to see if there was an archived page for ATI's 4670 agp section so I can download all the drivers.
I could however, get the driver cd that came with the card originally but I'm missing the newer ones that would work on windows 7 or some newer game of those era.

its an ATI4670 AGP - Im not super smart but my intuition tells me its either Windows 95/98 or NT/2000/XP as the OP has stated he built a 'retro' PC.

XP drivers tend to work on NT and Win 2000 as well (if my memory serves me correctly...) so they might not require any super special drivers - I dont think windows 95 and 98 were in the same boat though so they did require different installation packages.
The unfortunate thing is that, I had a backup of all the different drivers on my hard drive and just last year decided, why the hell am I storing these! lets get rid of them! I can always find them online form the ATI's driver page!!! silly me deleted everything and now I'm stuck!

Either way, I dont think Windows 7 supported AGP and Vista - the OS that did support AGP doesnt quite fit in with the whole 'Retro PC' description.
I had that card, and it worked just fine in windows 7.
The thing that I remember is that, AMD at the time stopped creating new drivers for this card, so since 2012 or 2013 that was it, there were no more updates for the agp card. and I guess the driver number was 12 or 13 I'm not sure.
 

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Listen it states in notes it covers HD AGP series
 

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legacy drivers cover EVERYTHING pre HD 7000 series (GCN) . Those drivers will work for said 4670 agp.
 
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Make sure your card is on the device list from driver file.
In case your AGP card is not detected during setup, just install it manually via Device Manager.
If it's not, you can't install this driver and you have to search for different type of driver (legacy vs. non-legacy).

Here's a link to a video I created about installing ATI drivers on AGP (it was done on Windows XP with HD 2600 XT though) : LINK.

PS. Signed NV nForce AGP/GART drivers for newer OS'es (at the end of first post in link's topic) : LINK.
 
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It's been a few years (so I could be wrong), but I don't believe drivers are different for AGP vs PCIe. The link from Yukikaze covers quite a bit, but we can only guess what OS he's trying to use. We shouldn't have to guess. A bit comical to just walk in and say "I need a driver". Okay.....for what OS?
They were different at least for ATI cards (again at least for my case)
Listen it states in notes it covers HD AGP series
I tested it, it doesnt work.
legacy drivers cover EVERYTHING pre HD 7000 series (GCN) . Those drivers will work for said 4670 agp.
sadly they didnt work
Make sure your card is on the device list from driver file.
In case your AGP card is not detected during setup, just install it manually via Device Manager.
If it's not, you can't install this driver and you have to search for different type of driver (legacy vs. non-legacy).

Here's a link to a video I created about installing ATI drivers on AGP (it was done on Windows XP with HD 2600 XT though) : LINK.

PS. Signed NV nForce drivers for newer OS'es (at the end of first post in link's topic) : LINK.
Thanks a lot. Thats exactly what I did . I found out that the drivers that work with my card must have hardware id 9495!
Code:
"%AMD9495.1%" = ati2mtag_R7X, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_9495

...

AMD9495.1 = "AMD Radeon HD 4600 Series"
and among all the drivers people kindly suggested, only the 14-4-xp32-64-dd-ccc-pack1.exe that I found from here, had that id and actually worked just fine!
However, I am yet to find a similar driver for win7! that works

UPDATE :

OK, heres an update.
I have found several sites that provide different versions of the drivers that were once accessible from ATI/AMDs website back in the day:
The drivers start from as early as 2009s til 2014 :
Here you are :
Softpedia from 10.9 up to 12.3 for all OS configs (32/64 bit xp and vista/win7): Link (Use the links that have the name "AMD Catalyst Hotfix"
DriverLookup which lists 9.11, 10.1, 11.7 and 14.4 : link
Here it also lists a way around adding the missing device id (in our case 9495) to the drivers (legacy ones) and make it install . I'm going to test this and if it indeed works, reply back here.
So far all official drivers from 9.11 up to 12.3 + the newest one such as 14.4 is available and one can easily use it.
Hope this comes handy for somebody out there
peace out

Update :
I added my hardware id to the 13.9 drivers inf file and using device manager could installed it properly.
However, when I tried to run NFS-Underground, when entering the actual game and racing,
it started flickering like hell and I had to restart the system / the over all system looked well,
going in game menus worked well, but the actual game couldnt run.
dont know if that was related to the driver or something else. my hdd died so after getting a newer one, I'll hopefully report back!
 
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HIS IceQ 4670 has both pci-e and agp drivers
 
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@Mr.Scott + @Bones

One of these two fellas may be able to help you. I could look at our data base, but they'd know exactly which driver would be best for you.
 
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The updated post from the OP was a few weeks ago.

From what's described it seems to be an issue with the card being able to run the game instead of an actual driver problem - COULD be a driver issue and might help to check the game's documentation to see if there are any issues listed with your card and/or driver version.

Win 7 does support AGP and has drivers included but those are of a more generic form of driver. I've ran Win 7 on an AGP setup before and didn't have any real issues but I didn't try to game with it either, only to do some benching.

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I may have found something, if you are still having problems look at the following and see if any of it can help: https://www.hwdrivers.com/drivers/vcard/powercolor/ati radeon hd 4670 agp
The namebrand of the card itself (Powercolor) isn't an issue, the ATI/AMD drivers for a Powercolor card should work with an HIS card too - I'm not aware of any drivers that are "Vendor Specific".
The page above has drivers listed for both, 32 and 64 bit versions of XP and Win 7.
Hope this helps.
 
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HIS IceQ 4670 has both pci-e and agp drivers
Depends on if it agp or pcie

The updated post from the OP was a few weeks ago.

From what's described it seems to be an issue with the card being able to run the game instead of an actual driver problem - COULD be a driver issue and might help to check the game's documentation to see if there are any issues listed with your card and/or driver version.

Win 7 does support AGP and has drivers included but those are of a more generic form of driver. I've ran Win 7 on an AGP setup before and didn't have any real issues but I didn't try to game with it either, only to do some benching.

@Master
I may have found something, if you are still having problems look at the following and see if any of it can help: https://www.hwdrivers.com/drivers/vcard/powercolor/ati radeon hd 4670 agp
The namebrand of the card itself (Powercolor) isn't an issue, the ATI/AMD drivers for a Powercolor card should work with an HIS card too - I'm not aware of any drivers that are "Vendor Specific".
The page above has drivers listed for both, 32 and 64 bit versions of XP and Win 7.
Hope this helps.

The GART in w7 is generic snd not tuned like say the GART for NF2 motherboards under XP.

Its because NV got greedy and scrapped Vista+Support.
 
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Make sure your card is on the device list from driver file.
In case your AGP card is not detected during setup, just install it manually via Device Manager.
If it's not, you can't install this driver and you have to search for different type of driver (legacy vs. non-legacy).

Here's a link to a video I created about installing ATI drivers on AGP (it was done on Windows XP with HD 2600 XT though) : LINK.

PS. Signed NV nForce AGP/GART drivers for newer OS'es (at the end of first post in link's topic) : LINK.
Thanks dude, now I can test my AM2NF3-VSTA + HD 3850 AGP with something else than XP :)
 
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