Omega drivers are based on the ati drivers and are practically the same if I'm not mistaken. I use this so that I don't have to have frameserve to get a controle panel. Anyways, I solved my problem. I updated my agp driver before installing the newest driver. What I was suppose to do I guess was install it after. I reinstalled the agp driver and now all the agp stuff is on.
Edit: I was wrong, it was because I updated my BIOS. I had to go back to my old one though because my computer became unstable when playing games. Can anyone help? I have an asus P4S800 mobo with bios version 1009. Version 1010 made it unstable.
Case: Fractal Design R4 \ PSU: Corsair TX-650 V2\ Mobo: Asrock Z75 Pro 3
Processor: Intel i5 3570K Stock
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 8GB 1600C9 (2x 4GB) \ Videocard: Gigabyte 7950 Windforce 3
SSD: Samsung 830 \ HDD: Samsung SpinPoint F1 500GB \ DVD-RW: 1x LG
Speakers: Logitech (2.1)\ Monitor: Dell Ultrasharp U2312HM
Keyboard: MS Comfort Curve\ Mouse: Logitech MX 518