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[REQUEST] Ati Tray Tools

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I have found the silent installer in http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=59452

but the link is not working

can someone post an alternate to silent installer or make an addon cab for this and post it here?

i had made an installer from sticky guide and then made an addon from the guide for addons but i did

something wrong and it didnt worked

i just cant make the installer

please post it here if you have it (installer or addon)

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thanks boooggy for your your quick reply!!! :D

i just downloaded the file and going to try it now :thumbup

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thanks boooggy but i have tested the installer on vmware v5 and it wasnt silent

but after 2 days of testing and searching in msfn forums i have created an addon that did work!!! :w00t:

i created the installer with winrar not with 7zip and then i created the addon

and i tested it on vmware and it worked perfectly :thumbup

here is the addon for anyone who wants it:

ATIT.cab

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thanks angel, can you supply some info ie size of cab etc and I'll add it to the sticky :)

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The cab is 980kb and the version is 1.0.5.824

the website for ati tray tools is http://www.guru3d.com/article/atitraytools/189/

know this:

if you test it on vmware the app is closing when you start windows

because vmware does not install ati drivers

and tray tools needs ati drivers to work

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