I have this OEM board made by ASUS. The model number is M2R-FVM. I have done a clean install of Windows Vista and I need to install proper drivers for it. I'm not sure what drivers to get.
If I open Device Manager it says RADEON XPRESS 200 Series.
If I go to AMD website, download and run the AMD Driver Autodetect tool it says Radeon Xpress 1150.
This contradicts the previous statement. There is an option to download either Xpress 1150 drivers or Xpress 200 drivers right on the driver download page. But which one is it? Is it Xpress 1150 or Xpress 200?
There's also the option "Not Sure". This brings up the "how to identify the model of an AMD graphics card" article. Ironically, one of the methods described is to check with the Device Manager.
So how can I be sure I'm getting the correct device drivers then?
If it's of any help, the motherboard manual I found on the web lists RS485 as south bridge and SB600 as north bridge. Does that mean I need the chipset drivers rather than graphics drivers? I'm not sure whether or not the graphics chip is actually part of the chipset?... I'm confused. What's the name of the "chip set" then if RS485 is the north bridge and SB600 is the south bridge?
Note! This is not a PCI-Express graphics card, it's part of the motherboard design. Apparently it's also known as IGP (integrated graphics processor). That's how it's listed on Wikipedia anyway.