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Has anybody here been able to deploy the ATI Catalyst Control Center software? Only certain machines need the software and I cant seem to do an unattended install. There are some msi's in the package, but it uses the exe in the CCC folder. I use Altiris to deploy software. There doesn't seem to be alot of documentation out there to do this.
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We deal exactly with the same issue. So any help with this would be appreciated!
Answered 07/11/2008 by: gerko
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I use "setup.exe" -ui -noreboot
Answered 04/08/2009 by: moogie
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setup.exe -ui -noreboot doesnt seem to work with Catalyst Control Center 9.5, tried all sorts with bootstrapper including switches found here http://forums.amd.com/game/messageview.cfm?catid=260&threadid=111069

In the end had to just install the MSI's

1-ccc-core-preinstall.msi
2-Branding.msi
3-ccc-core-implementation.msi
4-ccc-graphics-Light.msi
5-ccc-graphics-full-existing.msi
6-ccc-hv-full.msi
7-ccc-graphics-full-new.msi
8-ccc-graphics-previews-common.msi
9-ccc-help-en-US.msi
10-ccc-utility.msi
11-ccc-core-static.msi
Answered 06/11/2009 by: Tone
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i extracted the whole driver from ATI and ran the following:
.\driver\setup.exe -s
.\wdm_all\setup.exe -s
.\CCC\setup.exe -s
Answered 06/12/2009 by: sbequette
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I would seriously question the wisdom of letting vendor's set-up stubs do whatever they want to your workstations. At the very minimum, I'd be capturing them (if they're non-MSI driven) and noting exactly what they're up to.
Answered 06/12/2009 by: VBScab
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