Diamond Stealth 64 Dram Driver
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 The old Diamond Multimedia website does not explicitly mention the Stealth64 DRAM T. Known Restrictions: ------------------- Windows95 Installation Notes ------------------------------ 1. 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://forumfamiljar.com/diamond-stealth/diamond-stealth-64-dram-pci-driver.php
Screen Centering utility allows to move screen to left, right, top, and bottom as desired. 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. 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'.
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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
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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 also noticed some visible corruption over the past couple of times I've booted, in the form of a dot underneath the ASCII character '7'. 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. A dump from a known good chip would probably still help out.
Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. So, here's today's dump of the BIOS, which is hopefully 'good'. The VLB cards came with, both, 764-P and 764X chipset options. 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.
DPMS utility allows to select Stand-by, Suspend, or Off mode of the display adapter and monitor. 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) 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** * jmetal88October 18th, 2014, 07:38 PMOkay, it's the right chip.
Presumably 2764 or later so all the problems with the 2716/2732 are in the past. http://www.helpjet.net/Fs-12406989-40070176-54273658.html Whats missing in your collections?My retro rigs (old topic)Interesting Vogons threads (links to Vogonswiki)Report spammers here! 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 If something breaks, get in contact with SquallStrife via PM on the VOGONS Forums and we'll fix it as quickly as possible.
VLB - select "Show all devices / Stealth64 Graphics 2001 VL". 4. http://forumfamiljar.com/diamond-stealth/diamond-stealth-64-mb-dram-video-drivers.php 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 Any and all help would be much appreciated. After disabling shadow RAM, I finally got the computer to dump identical files from the VGA BIOS memory locations on two separate cold boots.
Before, I was using a terminal emulator to try and send the file, as that's what the programmer's manual says to use. So apparently the README was written back when the first versions of the driver were written, which erroneously supported a 16M color mode on the 1 MB cards and just never 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 weblink 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 Vintage Computer Forum
the drivers work in 98 for me and should work in 95 as well. Edit this entry! 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
Does anyone know where to find these BIOS images and what changes/fixes were made?I have also been having some difficulty determining which Win 3.1 and Win95 drivers to use.
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 Thus far, the 764-P chips I have found contain a late 1994 or very early 1995 datecode, whereas the 764X chips have an early-to-mid 1995 datecode. We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. jmetal88October 22nd, 2014, 08:45 AMI hate that I'm just replying to myself here, but I figure even if nobody's interested in what I'm doing now, someone may be in the future.
Discussion Thread Date Diamond Multimedia Diamond stealth 3d 2000 (Windows 95) [PCI / ISA] 1 reply Apr 8, 2014 Diamond Multimedia Stealth 2000 (Windows XP Home) [PCI / ISA] 1 reply can't get AP's IP address Cannot clone or install Windows 7 Ulead Photo Express » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118> 10.0.0.2> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All Click "OK" then "Close" and follow Windows 95 instructions. check over here install as Trio 32/64 PCI from 1996 in the inf File Contents: Length Date Time Name -------- ---- ---- ---- 37652 06-07-96 15:52 8814_HWC.INI 47480 06-07-96 15:52 8814_DIG.INI 37652 06-05-96 16:14
Is that correct? All rights reserved. The Windows 3.1 Stealth64 DRAM version 1.34 drivers seem to work with it as specified, although the README suggests I should be able to select 16M color mode on a 640x480 e3c_XL.jpgI located the Diamond SuperCD on vogonsdrivers, http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fileid=548In particular, it is noted here that: Stealth 64 Graphics 2120/2200 (Stealth 64 DRAM) (PCI or VLB) - GT Drivers / DirectX 1 (Bios
I don't know what to do with them, and I'm pretty sure no driver was installed. All rights reserved.