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Right click on your desktop and go into display properties. I’m planning on installing it in a 266 Mhz Gateway running Windows 98 (upgraded from W95). Palcal's cards: Diamond Stealth 64 DRAM T PCI rev.A2Diamond Stealth 64 DRAM T PCI rev.A2 Diamond Stealth 64 DRAM T PCI rev.A2Diamond Stealth 64 DRAM T PCI rev.A2 Diamond Stealth 64 solved ok i really need help finding the driver for this please PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_81681849&REV_11 solved Need help finding my new motherboard for this computer that will work correctly solved Missing drivers under his comment is here

Need help finding correct Driver for a Diamond Stealth 64 PCI video card This is a discussion on Need help finding correct Driver for a Diamond Stealth 64 PCI video card Hyperlinks in 2007... jmetal88October 18th, 2014, 07:01 PMActually, hang on. 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. http://www.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=119829

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Edit this entry! So does that help? 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. This site hosts no abandonware.

I may post the file later. This thing is really old. 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 Thanks,Mike 9 answers Last reply Aug 6, 2003 More about need finding correct driver diamond GeneticWeaponJul 31, 2003, 12:26 AM I think that the Diamond card you have has an S3

Thanks 08-05-2003, 07:01 AM #8 SPEEDO Guest Posts: n/a OS: Sorry I miss typed that it is for Windows 3.1 and Windows 95. Vogons Drivers Thanks, Related Resources solved Graphics Card not recognized, need help finding the correct driver. Thanks, Mike Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com 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 Discover More 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.

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 Just asked in for sale thread if they are of any interest, or does the gold recycling beckon like so much of this stuff. 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) I installed them in the Diamond card, it correctly reported 2MB of video RAM, and it allows me to use the 16M color mode in both 640x480 and 800x600 without causing

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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 http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=548 It's a TNT2 Ultra, and should outpower even the MX200!Only a place as big as the internet could be home to a hero as big as Crashman!Only a Diamond Video Cards When the driver is installed, Diamond Setup will prompt you to select resolution, pixel depth, and monitor refresh. 6. Select Device : a.

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 http://depthvision.net/diamond-stealth/diamond-stealth-64-mb-dram-video-drivers.html But I don't have the bandwidth to transfer! Do you have pictures in your thread? Select "My Computer / Control Panel / Display / Settings / Change Display Type / Change / Have Disk". 2.

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). 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. 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? weblink 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

Thanks CrashmanAug 6, 2003, 12:35 AM I have several drivers for all versions of that chip, and an installation program that can differentiate. EDIT: Eh, forget it. What EPROMs are they?

Every time Windows is lauched, the saved settings will be programmed.

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 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. Looks like I took the sticker off to see what the part number was, so I'll have to read it back in to see if it's the right one. Login Form Username Password Remember Me Log in Forgot your username?

DPMS utility allows to select Stand-by, Suspend, or Off mode of the display adapter and monitor. BTW, do you know if this card supports DirectX games? EDIT 2: Nope. check over here Please do not link directly to the file itself, it will not work.

I found one web site www.video-drivers.com that listed drivers for Diamond Stealth cards, but there were so many different models of Diamond Stealth 64 cards (VRAM, DRAM, etc), I wasn’t sure 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 All rights reserved. error 1073741819 Factory CPU Testing Disable Insert Online...

Get the answer Willamette_sucksJul 31, 2003, 1:50 AM Yeah, thats what he meant:)And if you do what he says, you might be able to tell us what kind of ram is Well, this year I decided I want to put it back together, and while the board was sitting in the first place I looked, I can't find the EPROM anywhere. All rights reserved. Any and all help would be much appreciated.

All rights reserved. If something breaks, get in contact with SquallStrife via PM on the VOGONS Forums and we'll fix it as quickly as possible. Iím planning on installing it in a 266 Mhz Gateway running Windows 98 (upgraded from W95). Stealth 3D 3000 Series drivernt4.zip [more] Windows NT 2500 driverDiaM25NT.zip [more] Windows NT Disk1 [more] Windows 98 Viper V770 driverviperv770.zip [more]

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 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. I wouldn't reboot without a video card in there, would I? So, here's today's dump of the BIOS, which is hopefully 'good'.

I might be able to fix the files myself. 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. I found one web site www.video-drivers.com that listed drivers for Diamond Stealth cards, but there were so many different models of Diamond Stealth 64 cards (VRAM, DRAM, etc), I wasnít sure Where is the best place to find a driver for it?

VLB - select "Show all devices / Stealth64 Graphics 2001 VL". 4. We'll see in 20 minutes or so if it's programmed the EPROM correctly.