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PDREADME.TXT                MATROX GRAPHICS INC.              2001.03.15

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    - If you have a newer Matrox product or your Matrox software 
      was provided by the manufacturer of your computer, full 
      OpenGL support may be disabled with your Matrox display 
      driver. For a Matrox display driver with full OpenGL support 
      enabled, see the Matrox Web site (www.matrox.com/mga). (If 
      your Matrox product was provided by the manufacturer of your 
      computer, check the Web site of that manufacturer for a 
      display driver. A display driver provided by the manufacturer 
      of your computer is more likely to be tested with your 
      computer model.)

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- DualHead Multi-Display mode under Windows 2000

  If you have a DualHead-supporting graphics card and you apply 
  "DualHead Multi-Display" mode under Windows 2000, this version of 
  Windows treats the main and secondary displays of a DualHead-
  supporting graphics card as a single display (which the Matrox 
  display driver divides between two monitors). As a result, these 
  displays always use the same resolution and color palette 
  settings. Also, in your Windows desktop, the virtual positions of 
  these displays are always aligned next to each other.

  While in DualHead Multi-Display mode with a computer monitor as 
  your secondary display, you can't adjust your secondary monitor 
  with the Windows "Monitor" or the Matrox PowerDesk "Monitor 
  Settings" property sheets. If your secondary monitor supports 
  Plug-and-Play (DDC), PowerDesk automatically uses the correct 
  maximum display resolution and refresh rate. If your secondary 
  monitor doesn't support Plug-and-Play, make sure that the correct 
  settings are selected under "Max. secondary resolution" on the 
  Matrox PowerDesk "DualHead" property sheet.

- Video playback with DualHead modes

  If you have a a DualHead supporting graphics card and you're 
  using DualHead Multi-Display, Clone, or Zoom mode, digital video 
  may appear as a solid color on your secondary display. This can 
  happen if video is played using the hardware-overlay feature of 
  your Matrox graphics card. Video played using the overlay feature 
  is generally of higher quality but it can be viewed only on your 
  main display.

  Because only one program at a time can use the overlay feature, 
  any other program started while the overlay feature is used won't 
  be able to use the feature. The overlay feature will be available 
  to the first program to start after the program currently using 
  the overlay is closed.

  For video that normally uses the hardware-overlay feature, you 
  may be able to view the digital video on your secondary display 
  by running another instance of the video player. For example, if 
  you're viewing a file using the overlay feature with Microsoft 
  Media Player, double-clicking on the file again starts another 
  instance of the Media Player. This instance properly plays video 
  on your secondary display. Then, you could close the first 
  instance of the Media Player and still be able to view video on 
  your secondary display.

- DualHead DVDMax with a TV

  While viewing video with a TV using the "DualHead DVDMax" 
  feature, you may notice occasionnal jerky video playback (dropped 
  frames) after playing a video for a few minutes. If you view 
  video playback with your computer monitor, this problem shouldn't 
  occur.

- 15-bit color palette support for Windows 2000

  For advanced users: By default, the 15-bit color palette is 
  unavailable for Windows 2000. If you need to use this color 
  palette, you can make it available by adding the 
  "User.Enable15Bpp" value to your Windows registry and then 
  setting this value to "1". If you're adding this value, add it 
  under "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" > "SYSTEM" > "CurrentControlSet" > 
  "Services" > "mgau" or "g200" or "g400" > "Device0". The value 
  type is "REG_DWORD".

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Download Driver Pack

How To Update Drivers Manually

After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).

  • If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.

  • Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  • From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.

  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.

For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.

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