Posted 06 August 2005 - 04:05 PM
Please, I'm doing this as a favor to my friend. Here's the story;
She's got a really old PC, um... Don't know the CPU exactly, I guess some Intel Celeron, about 200MHz, 32MB RAM if I'm not mistaken, and some MSI board (I can check with Everest Home Edition exactly if you want). I installed Win98 Second Edition on this machine... Now there's two devices which are not installed; Some "serial port" as it says under Device Manager, and the video card. Everest Home Edition can't identify AT ALL the graphics card (tried Windows Video, and PCI / PnP, nothing at all). Before I formatted the PC, if I remember correctly, the video card WAS installed, and if I remember correctly, it was some 3Dfx Voodoo 3000 card. Tried to get ANYTHING, ANY driver off VoodooFiles.com, and the only ones I could find (they WERE drivers) didn't work... They did get installed with no problems at all, but after I rebooted the PC, it was still the old 16-colors card, or whatever. What should I do if even Everest Home Edition can't detect the card? Let's assume it IS 3DFX Voodoo 3000, can anyone give me a working link to some workign driver?
Please, all the time I have is today and tomorrow... If you know anything, know where I can get any help (someone, somewhere... IRC channels, forums, communities, etc.), or something, please reply. Thanks you life savers. Good day!