Fooling around with some older stuff, I thought I would post this for anyone out there who is having the same issue. I've encountered this problem in the past, and had to resort to the same solution. But some time has passed, and I thought that maybe AMD had pulled their head out and had resolved it by now. Nope! I have a Gigabyte HD4650 AGP card ( http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3088#ov ), and I installed it on an Intel Pentium 4 motherboard (865 chipset) with a 3.0 Prescott running Windows 7 32. Going to AMD's website to download drivers, I followed the check list until I arrived at the correct driver for this card, and this operating system. The problem is, when you run the software, it does not install a VGA driver; only the driver for the HDMI/high definition audio will install. You are left with the default VGA driver, and 800x600 resolution. The only solution I've found is to go to this site http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation/product/product_index.aspx?pid=275&lid=1 and download the 12.4 version of the driver (dated May 11, 2012). That driver package will install a driver, and the card will then work normally. I have not found a newer driver than that that will work, including the newer drivers listed on Sapphire's site. Nothing that you can download from AMD for this card will install properly. I've tried contacting AMD about this, but so far I've only gotten the run around from some low level email tech support. This is all old tech, but if they list a driver on their site as being the proper one for that hardware and that operating system, then it should work. As it is, everyone would be better off if they made the driver I listed above available for download from their site, rather than one that is apparently for the PCI Express version of the card. Meanwhile, installing an even older Nvidia 6800 GS AGP card was extremely easy, and the driver I downloaded from Nvidia worked perfectly. I doubt I'll ever buy another AMD video card (I've had other similar problems with past AMD/Radeon video cards).