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Funny thing is I could've sworn back when I was trying it that my homemade EPROM eraser had absolutely failed to do anything to this chip, but now I'm thinking it Press "INSTALL" for first time installation or "UPDATE" if upgrading the display driver. 5. Some details here: ... -back.html It looks like X may work with 765 (aka Trio64V+) BIOS though. the drivers work in 98 for me and should work in 95 as well. his comment is here

Please do not link directly to the file itself, it will not work. The Stealth64 DRAM, however, does not use a Trio64 chip; it uses the S3 Vision864 chip (86c864-P).e.g. The horrible thing is, I actually remember dumping the BIOS EPROM 'just in case' right after I removed it, but I seem to have erased the hard drive I had the I've verified all the settings against what's in the datasheet, except for the 'programming time', which, for whatever reason, isn't specified in the datasheet.

Give your review.Related DriversDiamond Multimedia Driver Update UtilityGraphics Card Driver DownloadsVideo Driver DownloadsDiamond VC500 Video Driver DownloadsPopular Diamond Multimedia Video / Graphics Driver Downloads for WindowsBrowse all Diamond Multimedia Video / The output changes more every time I read it back. ... Before, I was using a terminal emulator to try and send the file, as that's what the programmer's manual says to use. VOGONS Vintage Driver Library This is a collection of drivers for vintage hardware, as collected and contributed by the upstanding members of the VOGONS Forums. atar Newbie Posts: 43Joined: 2017-3-03 @ 15:01 Website Top Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by AuthorPost timeSubject AscendingDescending Post a reply Just asked in for sale thread if they are of any interest, or does the gold recycling beckon like so much of this stuff. Since I can't get my blank EPROM to accept a file (no matter what I write to it, it always reads back as FF), I decided to take a chance and

jmetal88October 24th, 2014, 01:41 PMHa! I just saved another dump of the BIOS today that only differs from yesterday's by one bit. Setup Windows 3.1 Display for Standard VGA display driver. 2. jmetal88October 18th, 2014, 07:01 PMActually, hang on.

I just dumped the chip and viewed it in a hex editor, and this text greeted me near the beginning of the file: Stealth 64 DRAM Vers. 1.14 (c) Diamond Multimedia It currently has 4MB AGP card, so do I just pop out the AGP card, and pop this one into one of my PCI slots and load the new drivers? If it has a 16-bit RAMDAC, then the performance should be similar, however I believe there is at least one 86x based card that supports 4MB, whereas all the Trio64 based I found an older version of the driver with the 16M color mode still in the INI file and it causes a segmentation fault with the 1 MB version of the

Whats missing in your collections?My retro rigs (old topic)Interesting Vogons threads (links to Vogonswiki)Report spammers here! Looks like it just failed to copy any of the 'iffy' data, which is why it matched twice. Is this something that 764-P cards with BIOS v2.02 might fix? Where is the best place to find a driver for it?

Tetrium l33t++ Posts: 7054Joined: 2010-1-27 @ 18:53Location: Netherlands Top Reply with quote Re: Stealth64 DRAM T VLB Trio64 86c764-P vs. 86c764X by elianda » 2016-6-13 @ 12:23 My benchmarks show Thread Tools Search this Thread 07-30-2003, 08:25 AM #1 bubernak Registered Member Join Date: May 2003 Posts: 11 OS: WinXP I recently got a Diamond Stealth 64 Video 2001 Categories: Home Graphics 3Dfx 3Dlabs Alliance Artist Graphics ATi Bitboys/TriTech Chromatic Cirrus Logic Intel Intergraph Matrox Number 9 nVidia Other PowerVR Rendition S3 Silicon Motion SiS Trident Tseng Labs Yamaha (3D) Thanks!

Privacy Policy server: web5, load: 1.95 21 Jun 2017 Home Companies Scan Search Diamond Multimedia Video Drivers Download Diamond Multimedia Video Drivers - 833 drivers found Filter: Show All Win All rights reserved. First, it seemed like yesterday, the longer the chip was powered up, the more the BIOS dumps varied from each other (so something to do with the chip warming up, probably). weblink If this site has helped you get your vintage system up and running again, why not consider a small donation to help keep the lights on?

Set DPMS to ON, and set timer by using the scroll bar. Style borrowed from and copyright VOGONS 2002-2013.This site is not affiliated with or of old, it is a community project by VOGONS Forum members. Thanks, Mike Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links Advertisement 07-30-2003, 09:34 AM #2 SPEEDO Guest Posts: n/a OS: Take a look here. 07-30-2003, 01:03 PM #3

Insert the Stealth64 Graphics 2001 Windows 95 Display Driver diskette into floppy disk drive A(B) and specify the path "A(B):\win95", then click "OK". 3.

I don't know what to do with them, and I'm pretty sure no driver was installed. Do they use the same drivers? Select "My Computer / Control Panel / Display / Settings / Change Display Type / Change / Have Disk". 2. So, if anyone's got the BIOS dump for this card sitting anywhere or you have the same card and wouldn't mind dumping the EPROM for me, I'd love it if you

Ultimate 486 Benchmark | Ultimate 686 Benchmark | Cyrix 5x86 Enhancements | 486 Overkill Graphics | Worlds Fastest 486 feipoa l33t Posts: 4141Joined: 2011-3-07 @ 13:54Location: Canada Top Reply with If so, do you know if will support some basic DirectX applications? But at this point I'm willing to look at a dump of ANY revision of the BIOS if anyone has it to send to me. check over here Again, this seems to be working dump of the BIOS, but I have no idea if it's 100% intact.

jmetal88October 25th, 2014, 10:38 AMAlright, the video card is in good shape! Unsubscribe About Us Overview Contact Us Take our Site Survey Testimonials Copyright © 1996 - DriverGuide is an iCentric Corporation Company.