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Reply 80 of 82, by Predator99

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Thanks to the advice of kixs I was able to buy a very nice P82C435 / P82A436 CHIPS EGA card (PA-WTEGA) at Ebay for an acceptable price. I seems to be very similar to the one (IT-EGA) I owned in the end of the 80s and I uploaded the driver disk for before.

BIOS seems to be more up to date than the one posted by Keropi, so I add it for refernce.

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Phoenix Enhanced Video BIOS PLUS Version 1.02 01

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Reply 81 of 82, by b_w

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Well, hello there, retro community! I've made a SuperEGA 640x480 driver (hardcoded to mode 0x12h) for Windows 3.1x 16-bit. But I want fundraising/donations before I upload it. 😀 Thinking about how to do it... And how many it will cost...

Reply 82 of 82, by maxtherabbit

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b_w wrote on 2021-04-20, 18:34:

Well, hello there, retro community! I've made a SuperEGA 640x480 driver (hardcoded to mode 0x12h) for Windows 3.1x 16-bit. But I want fundraising/donations before I upload it. 😀 Thinking about how to do it... And how many it will cost...

GL with that