Packard Bell Trident CyberBlade i7 AGP (57) Free Driver Download
4.12.01.2239 (7 Nov 2000)
Packard Bell, Trident Microsystems
Graphics Card Drivers, Video Drivers, Display
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Trident CyberBlade i7 AGP (57)
4.12.01.2239 (7 Nov 2000)
Supported Operating Systems
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CyberBlade i7 drivers
Click with the secondary mouse button My Computer and select Properties from the pop-up menu.
At the System Properties window, select the Hardware tab.
Click the Device Manager button.
Click Video, then double-click the driver already listed.
At the Video Properties window, select the Driver tab.
Click the Update Driver button, the Upgrade Device Driver Wizard will appear, click the Next button.
Select Search for a suitable driver for my device and click Next.
At the following window, select Specify a location, uncheck the other options, and click Next.
Enter the location of the temporary folder in which the files were unpacked and click OK.
When prompted, check Install one of the other drivers before clicking Next.
Select Trident Cyb
Andrews (DG Staff Member) on 7/29/2004
j1412012239.exe (4.2 MB)
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