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I was in search of drivers for my ubuntu 12.04. When I used the additional drivers app, it said that there are no proprietary drivers to install. Even jockey didn't show me any driver.

I previously had windows xp professional. I had installed ATI Radeon Xpress 200 series driver (which is specific to my motherboard ). It went smoothly. But now in ubuntu, I feel that it needs the previous graphic driver to run ubuntu smoothly without lag (and I think that the open source drivers are not enough).

How can I install the ATI Radeon xpress 200 graphics driver? I cant find its ubuntu version anywhere.

The specs of my pc are:

Motherboard: Intel G101DDC Processor: Pentium 4 @ 2.8GHz RAM: 1.5 GB HDD: 80GB Video: 256MB Memory (ATI Radeon Xpress 200 series)

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have a look here - askubuntu.com/q/124292/35775. Check whether this drivers are support your card from amd site. You can get your correct device model by executing lspci | grep VGA. Xpress 200, seems a generic name to me. –  Web-E Mar 17 '13 at 13:47
    
Hey thanks for that thread. Although I think that my video card would no more support ubuntu any more. It's about 7 years old. And yes, I use it for all sorts of tweaking purposes. :) :D –  Naveen Venkat Mar 27 '13 at 16:50
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