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    Question Update Kills ATi Drivers

    I recently installed 10.04 on my Dell Inspiron 9300. After a clean install, the ATi drivers (for a Radeon x300) were automatically installed, and worked fine out of the box. Soon after all of this, I decided to run an update. Now, while my drivers are listed as installed in synaptic, nothing is recognized, not even the command "aticonfig" when typed in the terminal. When I try to access the Catalyst Control Center, it tells me that either I have no video drivers, or there's a problem with my card.

    Is there anything I can do about this? I've already tried reinstalling the drivers from synaptic.

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    Re: Update Kills ATi Drivers


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    Re: Update Kills ATi Drivers

    Thanks for the reply. I did that, but after uninstalling ATi Catalyst Controller and reinstalling the libraries along with xorg-xserver-core, they still don't appear to be working properly.

    On top of that, the commands didn't create an xorg.conf file like they should have.

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