VOGONS Driver Library

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Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby oeuvre » 2018-5-09 @ 23:14

Any interest in this Dell Dimension Resource CD? It's from 1999. Believe it came with my father's Dell Dimension XPS T550. Ripping an ISO of it right now
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Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby Roman555 » 2018-5-16 @ 10:35

I tried to find a new bios for my mainboard MS-6168 v2 (Packard Bell Bora Pro), but, with a great difficulties, found only older ones.
So I saved and uploaded my bios AMI A6168P2 V5.00 05302000
If you really know what you are going to do with it get here
Old AMI ones:
A6168P2 V2.96
A6168P2 V3.1
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Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby appiah4 » 2018-5-16 @ 11:16

oeuvre wrote:Any interest in this Dell Dimension Resource CD? It's from 1999. Believe it came with my father's Dell Dimension XPS T550. Ripping an ISO of it right now


Interested! Also interested in all Optiplex and Dimension XPS D CDs of the 1997-2000 era.
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1992:HIPPO-VL+|DX2-66|8M|CL-GD5428|CT2290
1995:PCI597-1|P133|32M|Trio64|V1/4M|ES1868/DreamS2
1998:S1573S|K6-2/400|64M|M220|SLI:V2/12M|CT4500/32M
2000:GA-BX2000|PIII-700E|512M|GF2GTS|MX300
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Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby oeuvre » 2018-5-18 @ 13:23

IBM Aptiva 2176-C73 Pentium 200, 64MB, Matrox Millennium II, IBM HD, AWE64, DOS/95
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Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby Justin1091 » 2018-5-22 @ 17:12

For the driver library I have a Voodoo3 3500 TV driver disc, multi-lingual version 1.2 This one is newer than the 1.1 currently provided there.

From the readme:

Voodoo3 3500TV Windows(r) 9x Driver Kit
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Voodoo3(tm) Driver kit: 1.02.18
Voodoo3 Win9x 2D/3D Display Drivers: 4.11.01.1204
Voodoo3 Glide(tm) 2.X Driver: 2.61.00.0439
Voodoo3 Glide 3.X Driver: 3.10.00.0439
Voodoo3 3dfx Tools: Version 1.5.0.44
OpenGL(r) Driver Version: 1.0.0.0444 ICD

Also have a Creative 3D Blaster Banshee driver disc and a Creative SoundBlaster Live! Value driver disc.
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Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby Repo Man11 » 2018-6-08 @ 04:26

I think this would be a good candidate: if you have a Maxtor branded Promise PCI ATA 100 or 133, the Promise drivers won't work, and the Maxtor ones are now hard to find. I just found a site that is hosting them, and I just used them to install Win XP on an Asus TXP4 with one of these cards (so I know they are good), combined with a PATA to SATA adapter to control a 500 gigabyte seagate SATA drive.

https://www.touslesdrivers.com/index.ph ... code=16384 Only on server 2 and 3, the Seagate link is 404.
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Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby appiah4 » 2018-6-08 @ 08:48



This is very much appreciated, thank you! My XPS D333 is most pleased with it.
1989:A500R6|512K+RTC|ACA500+|HxC/df1|C1084S
1992:HIPPO-VL+|DX2-66|8M|CL-GD5428|CT2290
1995:PCI597-1|P133|32M|Trio64|V1/4M|ES1868/DreamS2
1998:S1573S|K6-2/400|64M|M220|SLI:V2/12M|CT4500/32M
2000:GA-BX2000|PIII-700E|512M|GF2GTS|MX300
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Re: VOGONS Driver Library

Postby gerwin » 2018-6-21 @ 13:24

I uploaded about a dozen old nVidia Detonator/Forceware Drivers, as supplied by Nemo1985. For Windows 9X, dated 2001 to 2005. Also cleaned up the nVidia section a bit by renaming entries to make them sort more logically.

http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/index.php?catid=24

I read somewhere that in Oct 2003 'Detonator' got renamed to 'Forceware', just to make things confusing.

PS. I prefer people taking care of their own uploads, because you know; it takes time and effort. Though I it seems the handing out of vogonsdrivers credentials has stalled.
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