Turns out it just had two chips in the wrong sockets. I'm used to an install shield coming up and guiding me thru the rest of the process, however all I got from this one was a bunch (something like 30) of After disabling shadow RAM, I finally got the computer to dump identical files from the VGA BIOS memory locations on two separate cold boots. 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). http://depthvision.net/diamond-stealth/diamond-stealth-64-mb-dram-video-drivers.html
b. Note: This driver configures the display adapter's refresh rate AUTOMATICALLY according to the capabilities of the monitor to which it is attached and which has been properly configured using MONITOR TYPE. Press OK when finished. Press OK to save setting.
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 Any and all help would be much appreciated. I get a nice text display out of the Stealth 64 as the board tries to boot up, but things aren't configured correctly yet so I get a lot of errors All rights reserved.
Screen Centering utility allows to move screen to left, right, top, and bottom as desired. EDIT 2: Nope. Per the directions, I copied the file to my hard drive and after installing the card, double clicked on the file to install the driver. What EPROMs are they?
All rights reserved. Select "My Computer / Control Panel / Display / Settings / Change Display Type / Change / Have Disk". 2. Select Device : a. http://www.video-drivers.com/companies/305.htm Please do not link directly to the file itself, it will not work.
More than likely you will need to go to Device Manager, click the video adaptor and UPDATE....then point it to the folder with the 30 files. 08-04-2003, 06:01 PM I might be able to fix the files myself. By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies.Tell me more | Cookie Preferences Partially Powered By Products Found At Lampwrights.com Video Drivers for Upload Driver or firmware or documentation Membership Free Premium Plus Premium Pro Multiple User Licenses Site Beginner's Guide F.A.Q.
There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. VLB - select "Show all devices / Stealth64 Graphics 2001 VL". 4. I got tired of waiting on my RAM upgrade to get here (it was supposed to be here yesterday, but tracking says it's still in transit from Florida), so I desoldered The P/N on the back of the card says 23030093-203, and the writing on the top of the card says “Stealth 64 Video 2001 Diamond Multimedia” and on the back of
Hyperlinks in 2007... this content Press "INSTALL" for first time installation or "UPDATE" if upgrading the display driver. 5. 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) It might be worth dumping one of the chips to compare if they have the same chipset (but it has to be a Vision864).
For some reason I thought it was at my parents' place, with the board, but instead it was in a box of components I had here at my apartment. I remember setting the EPROM aside somewhere at the time, removing the socket, and then setting the board aside in case I ever wanted to put it back together. If memory serves, the homemade UV EPROM eraser ended up not working and the file I got back off the chip after using it ended up being identical to the original weblink Before, I was using a terminal emulator to try and send the file, as that's what the programmer's manual says to use.
Next up I need to reattach the PS/2 keyboard connector and replace the DS12887 so I can get into the BIOS and configure things properly. Click "OK" then "Close" and follow Windows 95 instructions. I did order a couple of the proper DRAM upgrade chips to use with this card off eBay a day or two ago, so hopefully when they come in I won't
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. Stealth 3D 2000 Series driver3dnt42031.exe [more] Windows NT viper v550 drivermain550255-9X.exe [more] Windows 95 & 98 WeitekPower P9100 PCI drivervpr95224.exe [more] Windows 95 I might have just found the chip. So I guess now I'll either wait until I can get another dump to compare it with or until I can test it with a known working motherboard and CPU.
Every time Windows is lauched, the saved settings will be programmed. I’m planning on installing it in a 266 Mhz Gateway running Windows 98 (upgraded from W95). jmetal88October 20th, 2014, 08:19 AMSo, I managed to fix my broken motherboard. check over here 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've got an old Diamond Stealth 64 DRAM VLB card, based on the S3 Vision864 (86C864) chipset, which I have somehow managed to lose the BIOS EPROM to. Looks like there are only three or four bits reading inconsistently, though. All rights reserved. I looked in its datasheet and it shows the same flowchart for programming it as the EPROM burner's manual shows, but none of the bits are ever getting programmed.
Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft Support BSOD, Crashes And Hangs Windows 10 Support Windows 8, 8.1 Support Windows 7, Vista Support Windows Any idea's? 08-04-2003, 09:30 AM #5 x5dr Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2003 Posts: 336 OS: XP PRO there should be a READ ME file with instructions. I tried to write back what I thought was probably a correct read to my spare EPROM and now suddenly my EPROM burner is no longer responding to commands, so something Windows 3.1 ----------- The following Windows 3.1 drivers are included: Resolution Colors Displayed ---------- ---------------- 640x480 256 65k 16m* 800x600 256 65k 16m** 1024x768 256 65k 1280x1024 256** 1600x1200 256** *
I suspect today's is better than yesterday's for two reasons. Again, it's at least good enough to run, and I'm not seeing any visible corruption on screen while using it. 21102 EDIT: I managed to find the DOS software for my http://www.video-drivers.com/drivers/85/85212.htm « CPU error with GEforce MX440 | ATI 9500 Pro and Asus P4C800 » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced Search Posting Rules You 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.
From Windows Program Manager, Select FILE | RUN. I'm not sure why I never questioned there there were two chips plugged into sockets that were too long for them before, but after putting them back in their proper sockets I'm pretty sure that I've verified correct operation of the card in enough ways by now to say that the last BIOS dump I posted is at least 'intact enough'.