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Reply 780 of 826, by furan

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HP Visualize Personal Workstation (HP VISUALIZE fx2+, fx4+, fx6+)
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OpenGL video driver for WinNT 4.0
Post Date: January 14, 2000
Driver Version: fx000205 for NT 4.0

File: https://www.dropbox.com/s/eos5tom408yf51j/fx205_NT.zip?dl=0

Reply 781 of 826, by Stiletto

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furan wrote on 2020-01-22, 07:13:

(yes, it is on vogons.org as an attachment, but not in the driver archive)

NOT ANY MORE: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?file … 623&menustate=0

Took it as a challenge and I was on my way to adding them - but when I visited VOGONSDrivers I saw that vlask had beat me to it! Good teamwork there, vlask 😀

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Reply 783 of 826, by FazzaGBR

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OMG I can't believe I'm only just coming across this! What a great drivers website, this is going to save me a lot of time and trouble searching for random drivers that I need to get some random vintage/retro laptops that I have up and running! 😀

My personal website blog: https://www.retrocomputing.co.uk/

Reply 784 of 826, by Slashzero

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FazzaGBR wrote on 2020-01-29, 12:24:

OMG I can't believe I'm only just coming across this! What a great drivers website, this is going to save me a lot of time and trouble searching for random drivers that I need to get some random vintage/retro laptops that I have up and running! 😀

Same here!

To the OP:

Thank you for this site. I’ve been working on getting several of my old systems and hardware up and running over the last few weeks.

I kept thinking to myself, I need to put together a web site that is browsable on internet explorer 3.0. Getting drivers for my Netgear MA401 PCMCIA WiFi Card for my 486 Laptop running Windows 95 was BRUTAL. All these “driver” sites do now-a-days it try to get you to install their software that is probably full of malware and other stuff, and links to drivers just keep loading other sites with ads on them. It’s a mess.

I’m so happy I found Vogons and your driver site. I will be spending a lot of time on these forums.

I’m going to see if the RALINK or EDiMax drivers work with the LinkSys WiFi card I have in Windows 98SE. I really hope so, because for the life of me, I can’t find the Windows 98 drivers for the WMP54G v4.1 anywhere. But, on the LinkSys site, it actually lists drivers for this WiFi card and Windows 98SE. They just don’t provide a link to the binaries, the support site just states: insert the driver cd. I don’t have the CD anymore! Heck, I never thought I’d be using this hardware again back in 2000 or so when I retired it. 🙁

Otherwise I have a (PCI) Cisco Aironet 350 on the way from eBay. I didn’t see drivers for this card on the Vogons Driver Library site though. Does anyone have them? Wait, you can still get them from Cisco, apparently!

Reply 785 of 826, by SquallStrife

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Glad you're enjoying the site, guys. 😀

In case anybody didn't know, there is a W3C HTML 2.0 compliant fallback at http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/lofi/ in case you need to browse the site on Mosaic or something ancient like that!

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Reply 786 of 826, by Slashzero

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SquallStrife wrote on 2020-02-03, 02:59:

Glad you're enjoying the site, guys. 😀

In case anybody didn't know, there is a W3C HTML 2.0 compliant fallback at http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/lofi/ in case you need to browse the site on Mosaic or something ancient like that!

Hah! I don’t have Mosaic installed anywhere yet, but now I want to! Just make sure it stays compatible with IE3 for now and I’ll be happy. 😀

Any chance of adding pkunzip, winrar, 7zip, winzip, etc, to the Utilities section? These are getting harder to find. I've put the ones I have found on to my personal FTP server, but it was a pain to find those binaries the past few weeks.

BTW - the RALink rar appears to be corrupt. 7zip is not able to unpack it.
https://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?fil … &menustate=32,0

Reply 787 of 826, by MAZter

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I have no login for drivers library, so just drop it here:

https://archive.org/details/notebook_gameport

Never seen before, finally found Colorado Spectrum Notebook Gameport adapter drivers, feel free to use

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Doom is what you want (c) MAZter

Reply 788 of 826, by MrEightThreeOne

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Here's a set of drivers I haven't seen uploaded anywhere else for a (horrid beyond description) RadioShack gamepad. I can't log into the drivers library so I went ahead and uploaded it to the Internet Archive.

https://archive.org/details/radioshackanalogdigitaldrivers

Reply 789 of 826, by HanJammer

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I noticed the driver library is missing actual images of the CT1350B driver disks (only loose files), so I created them in case somebody needs them (I would add them to the library but I don't have an account): https://mega.nz/#F!Ed8xzYZK!cO3f7_i-I6NZLBm7NgMPDQ

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Reply 790 of 826, by Horun

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HanJammer wrote on 2020-02-09, 16:12:

I noticed the driver library is missing actual images of the CT1350B driver disks (only loose files), so I created them in case somebody needs them (I would add them to the library but I don't have an account): https://mega.nz/#F!Ed8xzYZK!cO3f7_i-I6NZLBm7NgMPDQ

Thanks ! I upped them to the library (and made me copies as I have two CT1350B without original driver disks).

First computer was an IBM 3270 workstation with CGA monitor. 🤣

Reply 791 of 826, by cyclone3d

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Just uploaded the original install disks for:
Toptek Golden Sound Pro II
which also includes the SDK.

http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/getfile.php?file … &menustate=36,0

Took me a few tries and a couple different floppy drives to get these disks to work well enough to be able to copy the files and image them.

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Reply 792 of 826, by Pierre32

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Picked up a sound card last week: The ESS1868F-based Sound Conductor 16 PnP. It came complete in box, so I've uploaded the package contents to archive.org:

https://archive.org/details/soundconductor16pnpsc201snd21cd

Not sure if it's unique enough to warrant upload to Vogons Drivers, as there is a lot of ESS stuff in there already. Thought I'd drop the link here just in case though.

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[edit] Got your PM, Horun. Looks like I don't have reply rights yet. Pics added 😀

Reply 793 of 826, by Horun

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Thanks Pierre32 !
Added MS Intellipoint mouse driver and MS 3D Pro Joystick drivers for Win95, also went thru some of the "uncategorised" and moved some stuff to more appropriate section (like the motherboard stuff to "motherboard")

First computer was an IBM 3270 workstation with CGA monitor. 🤣

Reply 795 of 826, by SquallStrife

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Horun wrote on 2020-02-15, 04:25:

Thanks Pierre32 !
Added MS Intellipoint mouse driver and MS 3D Pro Joystick drivers for Win95, also went thru some of the "uncategorised" and moved some stuff to more appropriate section (like the motherboard stuff to "motherboard")

Awesome, thank you so much! I really appreciate the effort you've put in. 😀

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Reply 796 of 826, by SquallStrife

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Added an update in the OP, thank you all for your contributions and support. Y'all are awesome.

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Reply 797 of 826, by ruthan

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I know its not whole package, but it thing that is still valid for this topic.

Diderius6 made ATI MOBILITY FireGL V3200 (on IBM T43 notebook) working with Win98!

You need Vista 32 bit driver 10-2-mobile_legacy_vista32-64_dd_ccc_mod.exe

magic line to add to inf file:
"ATI MOBILITY FireGL V3200" = ati2mtag_M24, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_3154

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Funny its faster that Win10 on same machine:

https://ibb.co/H4MBbNf

Details:
https://www.win-raid.com/t4035f45-Windows-XP- … .html#msg104444 // Name of thread is misleading if mainly about XP but, there is also some stuff about Win98 and Quantum computers 😀

Im old goal oriented goatman, i care about facts and freedom, not about egos+prejudices. Hoarding=sickness. If you want respect, gain it by your behavior. I hate stupid SW limits, SW=virtual world, everything should be possible if you have enough raw HW.

Reply 798 of 826, by Joseph_Joestar

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While reading up on the KT133A chipset, I noticed that VIA 4in1 drivers version 4.43v are often recommended for optimal performance and stability, but they don't seem to be currently hosted on Vogons Drivers. Fortunately, it looks like VIA still has all versions of the 4in1 drivers on their website. I've attached 4.43v here and included the relevant text description, as provided by VIA:

VIA 4in1 drivers Version 4.43  Dated: 25-Oct-2001

OS supported: Windows XP, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 2000, Windows NT

Notes: VIA Hyperion 4in1 drivers are compatible with any VIA chipset. Performance, however, is optimized for the more recent and the latest chipsets. Therefore some users of slightly older or legacy chipsets report that using the older 4.43 drivers they experience a more responsive system. This driver package is recommended for use with the following chipsets: MVP#, Apollo Pro## series, KT1##, KN1##, KM1##, KT2##, KT333, KN2##, KM2##, P4X2##, P4X3##, P4M2##

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Reply 799 of 826, by manuelink64

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Anapan wrote on 2018-12-13, 22:58:

Got a shiny new scanner, and decided to try it out on a manual:
Interact MakoPad PC Manual

Thanks man, just found this pad (barebones) on a flea market, looks awesome!

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