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Discussion in 'ATI' started by premiersupport, Oct 15, 2003.

  1. Does any one know if ATI has plans to make the AIW cards work on WMCE

    I just looked on their wen site and there's some program called AIW encode?

    also I found a new card the ATI’s E-HOME WONDER™

    I'm running WMCE 2004 and it does not seem to want to work with the AIW 9700

    any suggestions?

    premiersupport, Oct 15, 2003
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    Tim Guest

    Why not ask a pre-sales question to ATI Directly?



    what were all those email addresses for?
    Tim, Oct 15, 2003
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    Brad Guest

    Spam bait.. hehe he obviously doesnt like verisign.
    Brad, Oct 16, 2003

  4. excatcly! it was recommended recently to give them back som feedback so ;)

    premiersupport, Oct 16, 2003
  5. ok I will give it a try, but in the past I have never heard word one from ATI
    on anything, eventhough I have registered over 30 ATI cards on machines I 've
    built for others

    premiersupport, Oct 16, 2003
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    Tim Guest

    ok I will give it a try, but in the past I have never heard word one from ATI
    <snip non-related info>

    Perhaps you were forgetting some information to include that they were unable to
    properly process your request.

    I've emailed them many times in the past and have gotten a response in less than
    24 hours on most occasions, and other's under 48 hours....

    Tim, Oct 16, 2003
  7. no I've had the same email address for 7 years, plus how could I forget my

    premiersupport, Oct 18, 2003
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