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ronbirch

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I have a PC on Win98, which is only on 16 colour. Have 2 graphics cards, a TNT2 M64 32MB, which I thought was an Nvidia card. Having downloaded driver (77.7) got a message stating no Nvidia driver chipset on this card.

Other car is an MIL2A/4/HP, which I have not been able to find driver for, despite going into both Matrox and HP sites

Gratefu;l for any 98 driver that will allow me to upgrade colour pref

Many thanks

Ron
 

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The TNT2 M64 32MB is an "Nvidia" card. But it is rather old and I suspect that the drivers you need will be a bit older also. Try going back and selecting a driver a couple or three versions back from the 77 version. Make sure that you remove the current drivers, reboot and then install the drivers you plan to use.
 

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Also JFI, a quick Google indicates that the MIL2A/4/HP is a 4mb AGP video card. I would go with the TNT of the two choices. However you really should consider a newer card than either of those two.
 
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ronbirch said:
I have a PC on Win98, which is only on 16 colour. Have 2 graphics cards, a TNT2 M64 32MB, which I thought was an Nvidia card. Having downloaded driver (77.7) got a message stating no Nvidia driver chipset on this card.

Other car is an MIL2A/4/HP, which I have not been able to find driver for, despite going into both Matrox and HP sites

Gratefu;l for any 98 driver that will allow me to upgrade colour pref

Many thanks

Ron
it wouldnt be a bad idea to run Everest Home software on your pc to get your hardware info, it would be nice to know what kind of graphics slot is on your mobo
 
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