Yes, you better choose the EIZO board since they have an optimized VBIOS for medical displays.
Silent Install of AMD Drivers
Assuming Setup.exe is located in C:/AMD/Support/Catalyst-Version/ , the following commands are for Silent Install:
Setup.exe –Install /Unattended_Install<:><files/path><; file/path>
- This does an unattended installation, using the files/path and file/path to choose where it’s coming from and where it’s going
Setup.exe –Install /KL <logfile>
- Only for XP, generates a log after installation
Setup.exe –Install –Log [logfile]
- Vista-and-later installation with a verbose log being generated
Setup.exe –Install –Output c:\log.txt –Loglevel 0
- Generates c:\log.txt with a full detailed output of the installation
Setup.exe – Install –Output Detail
- Gives a ton of information during installation that is outputted to the screen
Setup.exe –install /unattended_install /autoaccept_all /force_reboot
- This does a complete installation, accepts all prompts, and forces a restart afterwards
That doesnt answer my question and its not an good option since HP dont offer the eizo relabed cards within their pcs. And because of the numbers we need to buy over the years we wont change cards per hand. Does "AMD FirePro™ Unified Driver (Catalyst Pro) support 10-bit ? What does the optimized VBIOS do? Is it really relevant? The firm that check pc+medical display can not help us to any of my questions. Sorry to ask all that stuff. If your driver can do 10-bit we will buy a test machine.
thx for the params for setup! Will try
Could you please help me with my first questions? Would be great to know this fact.