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ATI OS 9 Drivers (January 2005)

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
ati_os9_radeon_update.sit (1.91 MB)
For Mac OS 9
Emulation
Guides on emulating older applications

This is the last version of ATI OS 9 drivers dating January 2005.

Supported ATI Graphics Cards:

This software set also supports most ATI graphics built into many Macintosh models. It is safe to use both a retail product along with an existing built-in product with this single driver set.

Minimum Requirements:

** Some versions of the Radeon 9200 are not supported by this update, and require an apparently subsequent release.

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC

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Sega dude's picture
by Sega dude - 2015, November 11 - 12:20am

It does have an ADC port, so it is a Mac Edition. I appreciate your help. Thanks!

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by MikeTomTom - 2015, November 10 - 10:20pm

  It was already in my Power Mac G4 Sawtooth I got at a garage sale.

If its a Radeon 7500 card from a Mac, its been pulled from a later model G4.

Some cards may have a sticker on them (with a Mac logo)... these can drop off as they're only stickers.

But, if the card has a Mac ADC port (looks a bit like a DVI port but has rounded collar surrounding the pin-holes), then its definitely a Mac Edition (not a ROM flashed PC card). Also it will have an extra small set of pins between the front ports and the three main set of pins.

There is a good set of comparison pics here, look at "Vlask's card" on that page, his is the Mac Edition and clearly shows the extra pin and ADC port.

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by Sega dude - 2015, November 10 - 1:55am

No idea if it's a Mac Edition or not. It was already in my Power Mac G4 Sawtooth I got at a garage sale. How can I tell if it's a Mac Edition?

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by MikeTomTom - 2015, November 10 - 1:47am

@Sega dude: If your Radeon 7500 is a Mac Edition then I would assume they're OK to use. Also, the eMac ATI drivers (emac-ati-drivers-img.sit) on this page, should work if the card is a Mac Edition. The model eMac those drivers are for on that page shipped in 2003 with ATI Radeon 7500 graphics installed.

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by Sega dude - 2015, November 10 - 12:56am

Does anyone know if this driver will work with the Radeon 7500?