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Publisher ATI Technologies Inc.
Type Update
Version July 2002
Date Added 7/16/2002
Size 7 MB
Downloads 5,154
Mac Games User Reviews Mac Games Resources
ATI Update Website - Visit the ATI Update Website for more information
ATI Retail Update July 2002

Release Notes/Requirements for Mac OS 9
• RADEON PCI Performance Improvements
• Misc. Game Notes
• OpenGL, QuickTime & QuickDraw 3D Rave Requirements
• DVD Notes
• ATI Displays & Config Menu Notes
• System Memory and Applications/Games
• Multiple Displays Notes
• Apple Legacy Displays
• Motorola StarMax Note

Release Notes/Requirements for Mac OS X
• Mac OS Update 10.1 Required (10.1.3 to 10.1.5 for latest updates)
• Installer Password Request
• RADEON PCI Performance Improvements
• Misc. Game Notes
• Multiple Displays Notes
• DVD Notes
• ATI Displays & Config Menu Notes
• Apple Legacy Displays

• RAGE 128 Mac products such as:
- NEXUS 128

Mac Games Fixes and Changes

Please See the folowing page for Fixes/Changes.
ATI Release Notes (Opens a new window)

Mac Games System Requirements

Classic and Mac OS X
For Mac OS 9.x
• Mac OS 9.2.1 or higher
• QuickTime 5.0 or higher
• OpenGL 1.2.2

For Mac OS X
• Mac OS X version 10.1.3 to 10.1.5

Mac Games Download

ATI Retail Update

Mac Games User Reviews

Mac Games Rating TuNZ] (7/9/2002 - version June 2002)
seems to improve things, ATI could have saved alot of searching & included a more comprehensive report, as at
Mac Games Rating a Martin (7/3/2002 - version June 2002)
I'm quite sure it is removable. I think its an extension. Doesn't remember it's name. I know I removed the menu on a friends machine. I'm NOT rating the driver. Doesn't even have an ATI card...
Mac Games Rating GAMEGOD (7/1/2002 - version June 2002)
I gave this update a one because it installed some "ati menu config" which rests right next to my clock. This thing serves no function whatsoever on my imac dv se (first gen) and holding option-c during restart does NOT disable it. I am EXTREMELY pissed at this useless eyesore. If anyone knows how to get rid of it, please let me know.

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