Hewlett Packard (HP) ATI 3D RAGE PRO (DirectX) Free Driver Download
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File from hp.com for ATI 264-VT3 Adapter on the Pavilion 8140. Designed for Win 95, but worked on Win 98SE. Download to Drivers folder on C-drive, double left click, then locate and install using browse feature in Device Manager. Here are the detailed instructions For Windows 95, to determine your ATI card's current driver revision, perform the following 1). Open Device Manager. 2). Double-click on Display adapters. 3). Double-click on one of the following ATI 264-VT3 (DirectDraw), ATI 3D RAGE II+ (DirectX), ATI 3D RAGE PRO (DirectX). 4). Click the Diagnostics Tab. 5). Click OK in the warning box. 6). Click the Status button. 7). The driver revision should be the first entry shown in the list S/W Release Version NOTE During the installation, after selecting "Have Disk", enter the
hp nut (DG Member) on 12/4/2003
hp8140DisplayAdapterWin95ati435.exe (1.7 MB)
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