Reply 21 of 27, by Tetrium
Reply 22 of 27, by GXL750
The Voodoo 1; isn't it 3D only and you're still required to have a proper display card for output? Getting the thing to work on current Windows versions sounds nifty.
Anyways, I just saw this thread and it made me laugh. If the majority of people coding enjoy a piece of hardware, cool! IT's akin to me making a pizza for myself, offering you a slice after I'm full and you complain about the toppings.
Reply 23 of 27, by Dominus
Reply 24 of 27, by F2bnp
Reply 25 of 27, by SavantStrike
Reply 26 of 27, by robertmo
with these drivers you can use voodoo 1 and voodoo 2 in win7 64-bit
all you need is run win in "test unsigned drivers mode"
you can do that by F8 when start
or automate it
bcdedit.exe /set TESTSIGNING ON
you also need to use "Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider" to sign
and here is voodoo2 .inf for the lazy ones 😉
Reply 27 of 27, by robertmo
I enclose what looks to be the win9x drivers that contain the latest glide2x.ovl that works in pure dos. Any later drivers have glide2x.ovl that works only in windows.