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Reply 1020 of 1078, by Stiletto

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I don't have time to handle this but if someone else does: Re: Help for Motherboard I-Will P6NS (PPro Motherboard)

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Reply 1021 of 1078, by Horun

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Stiletto wrote on 2020-08-16, 22:05:

I don't have time to handle this but if someone else does: Re: Help for Motherboard I-Will P6NS (PPro Motherboard)

Ok will do. Replied to that post. I think since I found the archived site with manual jumpers and driver links can easily replicate the stuff if igna78 can not find a way to upload to this thread or a outside source.

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Reply 1022 of 1078, by igna78

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Motherboard Iwill P6NS
Attached to this post you can find an archive containing a readme.txt file (summary of the archive contents), the latest available version of the bios (ver.225), the utility for updating the bios.

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Reply 1023 of 1078, by igna78

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Attached to this post you can find an archive containing a readme.txt file (summary of the archive contents) and the latest version of the drivers for the motherboard chipset

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Reply 1024 of 1078, by Horun

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"Grazie. Li aggiungerò per te. "
Thank you. I will add them for you 😀

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Reply 1025 of 1078, by igna78

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Horun wrote on 2020-08-16, 22:59:

"Grazie. Li aggiungerò per te. "
Thank you. I will add them for you 😀

Thanks again to you for your help
When the retropc with this motherboard is ready, I will share some photos

Reply 1026 of 1078, by Horun

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Yes Please do share photos. Here are your files, let me know if the descriptions match what you want:
BIOS: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?file … 9&menustate=0,0
Chipset: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?file … 0&menustate=0,0

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Reply 1027 of 1078, by igna78

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Horun wrote on 2020-08-16, 23:13:

Yes Please do share photos. Here are your files, let me know if the descriptions match what you want:
BIOS: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?file … 9&menustate=0,0
Chipset: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?file … 0&menustate=0,0

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Reply 1028 of 1078, by Pierre32

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I've been setting up my DOS system with a Voodoo1, which is pretty much my first real foray into the 3DFX realm. After much trial and error I found the correct version of a version of glide2x.ovl that works with my card, dropped it into the DOS path and everything's sweet. I can't see much in Vogons Drivers that caters to this Voodoo1+DOS scenario (nor could I find any specific help elsewhere online). So now that I have a card and .ovl that is correctly matched - is there any value in sharing this here, along with pics of my card? Or is this not something that competent people struggle with?

Reply 1029 of 1078, by appiah4

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The OVL files are not card dependent. Some games work with some GLIDE version OVLs and just refuse others, so it's a bit of trial and error I'm afraid.

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Reply 1030 of 1078, by Pierre32

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Hmm ok. I'd read some comments around the place to the effect of "you need the right OVL for your card." And it just so happened that finding the "right" one fixed all my non-launching games in one swoop, which confirmed that advice in my mind.

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Reply 1031 of 1078, by ruthan

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There are different drivers for different 3dfx card types, vendor doesnt matter, i add all ovl to my drivers and utils package - 3Dfx-drv - folder:
X58/i865/V880 - Yamaha7x4/AureaV1/2 pure Dos7.1- compatibility list/research/ ultim. drivers configs, WIP- gurus needed

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Reply 1032 of 1078, by Pierre32

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ruthan wrote on 2020-08-18, 13:09:

There are different drivers for different 3dfx card types, vendor doesnt matter, i add all ovl to my drivers and utils package - 3Dfx-drv - folder:
X58/i865/V880 - Yamaha7x4/AureaV1/2 pure Dos7.1- compatibility list/research/ ultim. drivers configs, WIP- gurus needed

Huge resource to dig through! Cheers 😀

Reply 1033 of 1078, by Ponjiayulady

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CASIO HBX-100 PC-UNITE Watch Software 1.0 Download - PC-UNITE.EXE (Module 1510)
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IgeveZL6AT7h … iew?usp=sharing

CASIO HBX-100 BIZX PCX Watch JAPANESE VERSION 1.0 Software (Module 1511)
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cD0WHGlb-np1 … iew?usp=sharing

Reply 1034 of 1078, by Pierre32

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I've uploaded the Win9x driver & demo disc for the Saitek R4 Force/Racing Wheel here: https://archive.org/details/saitek-r4

It's loaded with game demos which is obviously not suitable for the Vogons library. So I provided two zip files on that page:

  • Full disc content including demo games: R4_Full_Disc.zip (327MB)
  • Drivers & manuals only: R4_Drivers_Only.zip (26MB)

With either download, just run Saitek95.exe for the installer. Once the drivers are installed, you then need to go into joystick control panel, manually add a device, and select the Saitek wheel from the list.

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Reply 1035 of 1078, by Pierre32

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I've uploaded the driver disc that came with a Genius Maxfire G-09D controller (Win98/2000/Me/XP) here: https://archive.org/details/genius-game-device (31MB)

This will have some overlap with the existing Vogons Drivers entry Genius Game Controller Drivers for Win95/98/NT/DOS. That one is a user compilation of archived drivers from the website; mine is a CD image with a unified installer and I don't expect the contents to be identical. Whether it's worth adding I will leave with you!

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Reply 1036 of 1078, by schlomoe99

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Hello all. I've archived the QuickRestore disc for a Compaq Presario 4800 series desktop, from circa 1997. I hadn't seen it online before so I thought someone might want it. Enjoy!

https://mega.nz/file/QmJWnIBL#Qdngto1lDSIdF2M … jIx7A9DPEa8tn0E

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Reply 1039 of 1078, by harryshuman

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Grzyb wrote on 2020-10-01, 15:11:

I'm afraid that bandwidth costs make it necessary to limit mass downloads.
Though indeed, FTP would be nice, as it would allow downloads directly to vintage machines.

We could also organize a torrent based solution. P2P surely will speed things up.