the All in Wonder is no great task, and is detailed quite well in the manual.
Once installing the hardware, pop in the ATI driver CD and your on your way. We
did run into a couple of problems at this point with our VIA KT133 based test
system. The ATI GART drivers have compatibility problems with the VIA drivers,
requiring the deletion of "ATIGART.EXE" from the ATI directory. That
got us up and running 3d apps just fine, but we ran into more problems yet. After
installing the ATI Multimedia Center the only video we could seem to capture was
a green screen. A quick call to ATI and we were informed that we would need to
re-install the Multimedia Center. What? We just installed it. Apparently the ATI
installer has a bug which causes it to mess up registry entries for the video
capture component of the card to function properly. Once reinstalling we managed
to capture 2 video's before the symptoms returned, requiring yet another reinstall.
On the third try everything went smoothly and the multimedia center has functioned
correctly since. Although relativity minor bugs, it certainly causes us to question
how mature ATI's drivers are.