Universal VGA driver / 256 colour

June 8, 2005 at 18:57:01
Specs: win98, p3 64mb

Hey does any one know of any universal drivers that can be use in win98 to support 256 colour? Now the display using standard vga drivers only display 16 colour. *I dunoe the model of the onboard vga model*

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June 8, 2005 at 19:20:16

No, I've never heard of a standard driver supporting 256 colors.

The drivers should be available from the motherboard or system manufacturer's site.

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June 9, 2005 at 12:51:10

You have to find out what video card (onboard) you have, then download & install the appropriate drivers. Try the motherboard manufacturer's website. If you don't know what board you have, try downloading/installing Everest Home Edition or CPUZ to help you to identify your hardware. could just open up the case & have a look for the model number.

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June 11, 2005 at 09:03:56

no comment really, just an add on to the question, as i am waiting for my download from lavalys first to see the manufacturer on my motherboard..i am not computer savy so to speak, but once i find out my info on my motherboard, as you stated "You have to find out what video card (onboard) you have, then download & install the appropriate drivers"

i assume i can find out that info from the maufacturer's website? and i also assume they will probably have the driver and download info there?

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June 11, 2005 at 10:53:36

If (and only if) the motherboard has an integrated (built-in) graphics controller, then sure, try the board manufacturer.

If it's an add-in card, once Everest has ID'd it, perform a 'net search for the appropriate driver for your Operating System.

As a rule, (and for best results) you should post your question separately rather than tacking it onto someone else's

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