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Geforce 6/7 and 8 AGP/PCI-E Driver Edition for Win98/ME by Zak!

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This looks really nice ! I hope I had a nice Nvidia PCI-e card to test... :whistle:

This is based on recently released 82.69 right? So does it support widescreen resolutions too (1400x900 for example) ?

Thanks a lot !!! :thumbup

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Why used old help files and old language resources dll? :blink:

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Yeah, It's nice that you added AGP support but where's the support for the NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GS card.

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Why used old help files and old language resources dll? :blink:

Using? :whistle:

Oh ... there were so many files and folders ... and than .. a mistake :rolleyes:

Yeah, It's nice that you added AGP support but where's the support for the NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GS card.

Doesn´t dedect Geforce 7800GS?

What kind of card is it? PCI-E or AGP?

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This is based on recently released 82.69 right? So does it support widescreen too ?

Thanks a lot ! :thumbup

So ? :unsure:
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This is based on recently released 82.69 right? So does it support widescreen too ?

Thanks a lot ! :thumbup

So ? :unsure:

Sorry,

mmh i think yes, the resolutions points are set in the inf files .. think you meen resolution like 1280x720 or higher.

They will work!

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mmh i think yes, the resolutions points are set in the inf files
In the .inf really? I'll look closer.
... think you meen resolution like 1280x720 or higher.

They will work!

Yeah, that's what I meant : 1280x720, 1440x900 and so on...

So they'll work? Great !!!

Thanks :D

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Why used old help files and old language resources dll? :blink:

Using? :whistle:

Oh ... there were so many files and folders ... and than .. a mistake :rolleyes:

Yeah, It's nice that you added AGP support but where's the support for the NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GS card.

Doesn´t dedect Geforce 7800GS?

What kind of card is it? PCI-E or AGP?

It's an AGP card.

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... think you meen resolution like 1280x720 or higher.

They will work!

Actually, I just checked the .inf file and wide screen resolutions don't seem to be supported (at least not the one I'm interested in) ! :P

For exemple, to support 1440x900 (native resolution for 19 inches widescreens), the following lines are missing:

HKR,"MODES\8\1440,900",,,"60,70,72,75,85,100,120,140,144,150"
HKR,"MODES\8\1440,900",ModeRefreshRateList,,"60,70,72,75,85,100,120,140,144,150"

HKR,"MODES\16\1440,900"
HKR,"MODES\16\1600,900"

HKR,"MODES\32\1440,900",,,"60,70,72,75,85,100,120"
HKR,"MODES\32\1440,900",ModeRefreshRateList,,"60,70,72,75,85,100,120"

This is probably the same for higher 16/10 resolutions.

Can you please take care of that ?

Thanks. :)

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Yeah, It's nice that you added AGP support but where's the support for the NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GS card.

Doesn´t dedect Geforce 7800GS?

What kind of card is it? PCI-E or AGP?

It's an AGP card.

I think the most interesant goal will be the agp Gf7x support.

Because the Gf6x are yet supported on the nvidia drivers (I have one) and the PCi-e...there's no pci-e motherboards with support for w98. :huh:

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Try also this one...

Tweaked Unofficial NVIDIA Display Driver 82.69 for Windows 98/98 SE/ME [14.5 MB]:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/NV8269.EXE

Documentation:

http://www.mdgx.com/files/NV8269.TXT

Modded NVAGP.INF = added support for *all* :

- GeForce, GeForce Go + Quadro 5xxx, 6xxx, 7xxx + 8xxx series.

- GeForce + Quadro PCI, AGP + PCI-x series.

- GeForce 7950 SLI PCI-x series.

- Vertical refresh frequencies + all normal and widescreen resolutions for video driver + CRT/LCD monitors.

- Languages DLL + HLP files from NVIDIA Display Driver 93.71.

- Registry tweaks to allow access to hidden/undocumented options.

FYI:

PCI-x may or may not work, depending on motherboard, chipset, GPU.

HTH

P.S.:

ZakMcKracken84:

Some of the registry tweaks in your INF are broken, for example some dword values were written into the registry as plain string [REG_SZ] values, and others had wrong dword values.

I've corrected them all, and added a few more.

Please look at the NVAGP.INF file inside NV8269.EXE [built with Iexpress].

To extract all files without installing anything, just run [using C:\TEMP in this example]:

NV8269 /C /Q /T:C:\TEMP

Have fun.

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Downloaded this GF678_98Me Driver

testet with my new XFX GeForce 7950 GT

chip G71 board Id 02E4 no go :-(

added the line :

%NVIDIA&DEV_02E4.DeviceDesc% = NV4_NV3x, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_02E4

and:

NVIDIA&DEV_02E4.DeviceDesc="NVIDIA GeForce 7950 GT"

in the nvagp.inf. The Diver installs the Card, but hangs after init VGA

(Info in Registry)

The Card ist listet in in the nvidia 162.18 for XP

nv4_disp.inf:

%NVIDIA_BR02.DEV_02E4.1% = nv4_NV3x, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_02E4

and

NVIDIA_BR02.DEV_02E4.1 = "NVIDIA GeForce 7950 GT"

is there a Way to modify this Driver ???

I also testet the mod nv8269 .... no go :-(

pls help !! thx !!

mfg KH

sorry my bad english

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Can someone tell me , how did the OP mod these drivers to work with WIN9X?

So i can do it with the 175.19 ones.

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You can't do it. 82.69 already supported Windows 98, he just modified it to expand the card support. 175.19 doesn't support Windows 98

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Running late. Looking support of series 9 :unsure:

Has it been updated somewhere in the wild? Or do I have to edit? :wacko:

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