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AMD/ATI atiumdag.dll 8.14.10.761


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Original source: Guru3D

 

This is the atiumdag.dll file v8.14.10.761. It is for fixing rendering issues in games with AMD/ATI GPUs.

 

The file should only be used with game fixes that specifically link to this version. It should not be used in any other case.

 

General installation instructions:

 

To install it, extract the file to the folder where the main game executable resides. Accept any overwrite dialog windows that may appear.

 

NOTE: It is recommended to backup any existing version of the DLL file in the game folder before overwriting it.




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