Reply 20 of 44, by loveburn
leonardo wrote on 2022-12-13, 09:50:
I would honestly try either Windows 95 OSR2 or Windows 98 SE depending on what games you intend to play (95 tops out at DirectX […]loveburn wrote on 2022-12-13, 06:52:
So, I tried to do step by step all what @dionb recommended... But same effect... 0. Load bios default 1. I reinstall windows me […]
So, I tried to do step by step all what @dionb recommended... But same effect...
0. Load bios default
1. I reinstall windows me
2. Install via 4in1 v4.35 driver then reboot
3. Install Nvidia 12.41 driver, reboot again
4. Install game and test on d3d in GeForce (works perfectly)
5. Install voodoo2 reference drivers 30202
After reboot I try to open screen settings and click to 3dfx voodoo tab, but screen cpl is freeze...
Nothing not changes , may be you have other variant?
I would honestly try either Windows 95 OSR2 or Windows 98 SE depending on what games you intend to play (95 tops out at DirectX 8, 98 at Direct X 9). Windows ME is just asking for extra trouble, especially if you intend to do DOS-gaming too.dionb wrote on 2022-12-12, 18:21:
...My suggestion would then be to try the V2 in a different PCI slot. In fact, try all of them one by one. It could be that one particular slot shares an interrupt line with some integrated stuff that doesn't like sharing with Voodoo. As there are only four interrupt lines on a PCI bus, any system with more than four slots (and any system with integrated or onboard functionality with more than three slots) will of necessity share interrupt lines. PCI spec says devices need to play nice with each other, but IRL things don't always work as smoothly.
^ Also this, with the notice that you may want to go over some peripheral-related BIOS settings, especially if they have something to do with resource sharing or the PCI bus.
Dear, I am also tried in win98se all about talk above