If you are looking for Windows 7 Radeon drivers, go to ATI's site here. They work well so far from what I can tell. You can also modify them with Driver Heaven's Mobility Modder in case your mobile chipset isn't quite "officially" supported.
Considering the in-box driver in the recent builds of W7 dates back to 2006, it is nice to be able to take advantage of the newer display drivers.
Thankfully, there will be no radical driver support changes between Vista and W7, so Vista drivers should work with W7 without any changes.
I have yet to find a device that has a Vista driver that does not work under W7. With that said, I've finally been able to abandon the WIDCOMM/Broadcom Bluetooth stack for good and rely on the in-box Bluetooth stack. It is much improved. Ditto for HDMI/HDMI audio support.
For a few days ago i downloaded the WIndows7 RC edition and installed the ATI driver, after i installed the driver through windows update i experienced a glitch kind of lag when i moved a window, or scrolled at a webpage or in a software. This is really annoying as this happened constantly. When i uninstall the drivers and use the GFX card without the driver the glithes/lag are gone. When i try to install through the ATI site i get a message in the software that i don't have any hardware that you support. Which is kind of odd for me. Anyway, i hope there is a solution for this or that you update this issue soon. Cause Windows7 rocks and i would love to use it to full extent. Kind Regards Shayan Taleb
I loaded Win 7 Home onto an older Sager/Alienware laptop with the 9700 Radeon Mobility video, and while it says that the drivers loaded fine, the 3D portion of the graphics don't seem to fire up, as when I try to run a game (in this case, Lord of the Rings Online) I get the transitional black screen, but then the screen goes blue (same shade as the BSOD) and then the system reboots. Any ideas?