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    Deanril Guest

    Did you Read the README??????????

    Did you Read the Readme????

    To prepare for installation of the drivers

    1 Start Microsoft Windows 98.

    2 Click the Start button, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

    3 Double-click Display, and click the Settings tab.

    4 Click Advanced, click the Adapter tab, then click Change.

    5 Click Next, click Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so
    you can select the driver you want, then click Next.

    6 Select Show all Hardware button, then select the Standard display types from
    the Manufacturers list.

    7 Select Standard PCI Graphics Adapter (VGA) from the list, then select Next.

    8 Click Next to install the driver, then click Finish.

    9 Click Apply, then click Close.

    10 Click Yes when Windows asks if you wish to restart the computer.

    To install the drivers

    1 Click the Start button, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

    2 Double-click Display, and click the Settings tab.

    3 Click Advanced, click the Adapter tab, then click Change.

    4 Click Next, click Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so
    you can select the driver you want, then click Next.

    5 Click Have Disk, select or type the path to the folder containing the driver
    files, then click OK.

    Windows should find files for your NVIDIA graphics chip. If Windows cannot
    find the files, check that the path name for the driver files is correct.

    6 If Windows found the files, click OK, then click Next.

    Windows copies the files to the hard disk.

    7 Click Finish, click Apply, then click Close.

    8 Click Yes when Windows asks if you wish to restart the computer.


    Uninstall instructions
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    To uninstall the drivers

    1 Click the Start button, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

    2 Double-click Add/Remove Programs, select NVIDIA Display Properties Extension,
    then click Add/Remove.

    3 You are then asked about being sure if you want to remove the drivers. Click Yes.

    4 You are then asked about restarting the system. Click Yes.
    I like this part,nobody ever does it and it essentially tries to get rid of all old drivers,and it works most of the time Select Standard PCI Graphics Adapter (VGA) from the list, then select Next.

    8 Click Next to install the driver, then click Finish.

    9 Click Apply, then click Close.

    10 Click Yes when Windows asks if you wish to restart the computer.


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    Seems a lot of people miss that part...



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    Maybe your post will keep someone from screwing up their system.
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    Deanril Guest
    Hey Collin long time no see !!

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    Howdy Dean, yeah its been a while

    Hows things with you?

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    I see its set with a check in the show signature box by default... *unchecks box*

    I hate that...
    Sometimes I wonder...

  7. #7
    Deanril Guest
    SSDD I guess,nothing new,trying to help out a bit here and there,its the same ole question,Video Card X doesnt work I ____- and _____ ,you know same sheet different day.......

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