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Thread: XP drivers for trident image975




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    I have this card laying around, so i decided to add it to my system because it has tv-out. But XP doesnt have a driver 4 it. Its the pci version if that matters. can anyone help? I've tried searching but no luck finding anything. the file that trident has on their webiste (nt4020-06.exe) doesnt work for me, automatic install says something like "this isnt the best driver" and when i point to the file manually it says "Specified location doesnt contain info about your hardware."
    thanks

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    hey man i found image 975 drivers off a chineese site lol...try em

    http://www.hyunju.com/cwb-bin/CrazyW...20&backdepth=1

    and heres another one u can try

    http://www.hyunju.com/cwb-bin/CrazyW...20&backdepth=1

    and yet...MORE DRIVERS!!

    http://www.vobis.de/bbs/support/brett58/

    : party ha
    <img src="http://bellsouthpwp.net/R/e/RespawnDemon/tt/ngf.jpg">

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    Tried a couple of them and still no luck. I will try rebooting this sucka and putting it in different slot. but it seems that i get error10 - This device cannot start. so maybe its not driver after all. but now i got like 4 choices from where to install.
    thanks, will let you know how it goes.

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    still getting the error 10, so i will check it out on some other system see if it works there. thanks

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    Here are some drivers that someone in another forum said worked with xp:

    http://drivers.on-line.net.nz/cgi-bi....dll?A=23&FN=2

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    Try "driverguide.com"

    It is an exelent driver posting forum where you can found just about any driver you can possible want...

    It is required that you sign up an account but it is completley free.

    :)

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    well, i think that i have the drivers, but its not a driver issue. I tried enabling the second screen throught the geforce2mx but i screwed up something and ran out of time. I will see what happens when i get back home.
    I stilll need to test the trident card in a different system, because i get an error saying it couldnt be started.
    will keep you posted

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