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Reviewed: ATi All-In-Wonder Radeon
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date:May 20th 2001
Page: 2

Installing the video card had one little quirk; usually, to install a card, I go in and install the driver set first -- that way, I can slip it in and it'll be immediately detected.  With the All-In-Wonder Radeon, the first installation should be done card first, then drivers, because of the sheer number of devices that the computer installs following a successful reboot. Once I had this done, the card was good to go, with a ton of options all ready for me to play with. Or should I say almost ready to go: like any good multimedia product, there were half a dozen wires to connect; thankfully, ATi has them color coded and set up so that the user has to do a minimal amount of work searching for the right wire.

The software bundle was the next thing to go in; the bundle should be noted as not a gamer bundle, but rather a video production tool kit. The card comes with ULead VideoStudio version 4.01 for video editing, Matchware Mediator for multimedia presentation construction, Merlin VR for 3D modeling, and Guide Plus software for easy TV listing and recording. All in all it's a nice bundle and very usable.

The other item I checked for, just in case, was conflict with other capture drivers -- I had one in from my webcam and one from my TV Wonder USB. Both devices functioned just as they should, with no problems or interference. Users with a DV-input or secondary capture devices can rest easy about putting in the All-In-Wonder Radeon.

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Added:  Sunday, May 20, 2001
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
Page: 2/7

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