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Re: Proprietary 3D API's

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For the ATI drivers, this might help: http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://driver.atitech.ca/drivers/* Edit: One folder up is even better: http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://driver.atitech.ca/* Edit 2: Another ATI download archive: http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://download.atitech.ca/* And …

Re: Proprietary 3D API's

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marxveix wrote on 2020-09-30, 16:28: You can mix ATI2DDAD 4.11.2611/MACXW4 4.11.2582 with many different ATi Rage Drivers, newer or older, and it will work... Great founding and workout! I will test them.

Re: Proprietary 3D API's

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There exist Z6110C08.exe but it is 4.11.2635 J5.11.1 ... inf file still has lot MACXW4 text inside... The Z6110C08 is very different than Z6110C06 and Z6110C07. 6 and 7 are ATI2DDAD but the 8 is ATI2DRAE which is more different. All ATI2DRAB and ATI2DRAE drivers also has a lot MACXW4 text inside …

Re: Proprietary 3D API's

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Good news, MACXW4 4.11.2582 is not the latest working 3dcif driver, latest at the moment is 4.11.2611 ATI2DDAD display driver. 3d-demo and wipeout did work well, knight demo did not start out of box and other 3dcif games i have not tested yet. Original file names Z6110C06.exe (5.40 T07 older) and …

Re: Proprietary 3D API's

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Of course i can, you can download it. Thank you much, I'm going to test them. My goal would be put together as good as possible driver for ATi Rage that works well with 3DCIF, Direct3D and OpenGL. I have built a "3D CIF only" system because I have another one for retro Direct3D/OpenGL (Matrox G200+ …

Re: Proprietary 3D API's

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Probably latest driver for 3DCIF MACXW4 4.11.2582 https://www.upload.ee/files/12256171/w82582en.zip.html This driver is mostly the same as Gona RageXL driver R3, with updated macxw4.drv and opengl. Great finding and good idea/job. Could you upload the original MACXW4 4.11.2582 (w9x_rpro_5386b6a.zip …

Re: More fun with CGL (Creative Graphics Library) - some SDK bits and some reverse engineering

As for former engineers, in general I've only ever had luck with obtaining useful info from American and British former engineers, I usually see more of an openness (and packrat nature) to them, something of a cultural bias - though I may be just imagining things. But my experience comes of 20+ …

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