via/s3g unichrome IGP display driver

June 9, 2009 at 03:44:24
Specs: Windows 7, 1.25GB RAM

i am not able to get display adapter for my computer.the details are given below
Manufacturer : VIA Technologies Inc
Model : VIA/S3G UniChrome Pro IGP
Bus Type : AGP
Texture Memory : 92 MB
Refresh Rate (min/max) : / Hz

GPU Information :
Number of GPU : 1
Memory Type : 64 MB DDR
GPU Frequency : 200 MHz
Memory Frequency GPU : 166.67 MHz

Video Bios Information :
Date : 06/03/05
Driver : 6.14.10.380

General Features :
Width : 320 mm
Height : 240 mm
Pixel per inch : 96x96 dpi
bits per pixel : 32
Colour Bits/Planes : 1
Brushes : 4294967295
Pens : 4294967295
Markers : 0
Device Fonts : 0
Device Colours : 4294967295
Clip Output to Rectangle : Yes
Hardware Acceleration : Yes

Raster Capabilities :
Banding : No
Transfer Bitmaps : Yes
Bitmap >64 KB : Yes
Fonts larger than 64 K : Yes
DIBs : Yes
DIBTODEV : Yes
Flood Fills : Yes
Scaling : No
StretchBlt : Yes
StretchDIB : Yes

Curves Capabilities :
Chord Arcs : Yes
Circles : Yes
Elipses : Yes
Interiors : Yes
Pie Wedges : Yes
Rounded Rectangles : Yes
Styled Borders : Yes
Wide Borders : Yes
Wide, Styled Borders : Yes

Lines Capabilities :
Interiors : Yes
Markers : Yes
Polylines : Yes
Polymarkers : Yes
Styled : Yes
Wide : Yes
Wide, Styled : Yes

Polygonal Capabilities :
Interiors : Yes
Alternate Fill Polygons : Yes
Winding Fill Polygons : Yes
Rectangles : Yes
Scan Lines : Yes
Styled Borders : Yes
Wide Borders : Yes
Wide, Styled Borders : Yes

Text Capabilities :
Stroke Precision : Yes
Stroke Clip Precision : Yes
90° Character Rotation : No
Any Angle Character Rotation : No
Independent X-Y Scaling : No
Double Weighted Characters : No
Italic : No
Underline : Yes
Strikeout : Yes
Raster Fonts : Yes
Vector Fonts : Yes

Color Management Capabilities :
CMYK : No
Gamma Ramp : Yes
ICM Device : No
can you please help me
CAN I ALSO BUY A agp VIDEO CARD AND FIX IN THE BOARD.


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#1
July 26, 2009 at 00:23:48

i need via s3g unichrome video drivers

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#2
July 27, 2009 at 12:50:35

Give us the exact system or motherboard manufacturer and model number.

System Example: Compaq Deskpro EP/SB PC6266
Motherboard Example: MSI K7T Turbo 2

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#3
July 29, 2009 at 02:46:01

email me at jerrelli@hotmail and ask for the drivers I will mail them to you...this adapter is a fussy little bitch and rather light weight. If your mothererboard is the VIA chipset I suggest you download the latest Via Chipset unified driver pack VIA_HyperionPro_V524A and install it first this will insure that your computer communicates with both the integrated graphics as well as your AGP card slot properly...depending on the chipset an earlier version V511A may work better? The S3 integrated graphics came out in 2004, now 5 years old and ancient by video standards, the 64 MB (shared) limit makes it nearly useless for much at all in todays programming.the Hyperion has a standard VGA driver included which will run(2D only no 3D) under Vista and Windows 7 trouble is both these platforms are confused by the Shared memory. They are designed for Dedicated memory all on the video card, the machine will be slowed somewhat by this confusion as every call must be sorted out before the command can be executed. In my opinion (which, with a $5 bill will get you coffee at starbucks) You should let the hyperion do it's thing as a backup...follow this link: http://www.tigerdirect.ca/applicati... and buy a DirectX 10 AGP card...problem solved. Cost: $135. and change...a small price to pay for avoiding display problems.This card will run Vista just fine and since it is new, support for Windows 7 if not included will very likely be added later, it is doubtful, given the lightweigt performance of this adapter, ( The S3 you having problems with)that any real support for this adapter will ever evolve for either Vista or Windows 7, for sure it is not on the install disks...LOL another option would be here:http://www.tigerdirect.ca/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4914603&CatId=333...Get your whole rig up to scratch for under $300. by combining your current machine parts with this reasonable Barebones you are all set for tomorrow, Asus P5KPL-AM SE Barebone Kit - Intel Pentium E2200 2.2GHz, 2GB Kingston DDR2-667, 500GB, DVDRW, Mid-Tower with 450 Watt Power Supply...it's a dual core and overclockable will run most anything you throw at it and you can upgrade later to a quadcore proc and run at FSB 1333, for the bucks this is your baby, again IMO.

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#4
August 17, 2009 at 11:07:14

sir ; i too have same problem for installing vga driver in system. When i try to install with my MB cd it come as ''installion fails the setup will exit '' . and with an message index as '' check the progress log in c:\drive. plz some body help me to solve it. and provide me the necessary software'
thank u..................

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#5
August 22, 2009 at 04:01:07

There's a Vista driver at:
http://downloads.zdnet.com/abstract... This is fine with Windows 7. Make sure you 'run as administrator'.

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