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iMac - Install Catalyst drivers on iMac

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How do I install the new ATI Catalyst drivers on my imac in XP?

I downloaded the latest update, start installing, then it comes up with an error message saying:

¨Setup did not find a driver compatible with your current hardware operating system¨

I don't understand as this is a new update this year ffor the x1600 catalyst drivers?

Anyone had a similiar problem or solution to this???

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