Readme.txt Driver File Contents (w9x_752go.zip)

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NVIDIA Display Driver for Windows 9x            version 4.13.01.0752, 02/02/2001
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Operating systems supported
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Microsoft Windows 95
Microsoft Windows 98
Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition (Windows Me)


Adapters supported
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NVIDIA GeForce2GO


File list
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NVAGP.INF    - Windows 9x display driver information file for NVIDIA
               adapters
NVARCH16.DLL - NVIDIA interface layer to NV architecture for 16-bit clients
NVARCH32.DLL - NVIDIA interface layer to NV architecture for 32-bit clients
NVCORE.VXD   - NVIDIA Resource Manager kernel
NVDD32.DLL   - NVIDIA DirectDraw driver
NVDESK32.DLL - NVIDIA desktop manager
NVDISP.DRV   - NVIDIA display driver
NVOPENGL.DLL - NVIDIA OpenGL driver
NVMINI.VXD   - NVIDIA mini-VDD for VGA virtualization and device Plug-N-Play
NVMINI2.VXD  - NVIDIA mini-VDD for device Plug-N-Play of secondary devices
NVCPL.DLL    - NVIDIA display properties extension
NVCPL.HLP    - NVIDIA display properties extension help file
NVQTWK.DLL   - NVIDIA taskbar applet
NVDESK32.DLL - NVIDIA desktop manager
NVDMCPL.DLL  - NVIDIA desktop manager hook library
README.TXT   - The file you're reading.

Installation instructions
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Windows 95
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To prepare for installation of the drivers

1 Start Microsoft Windows 95.

2 Click the Start button, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

3 Double-click Display, and click the Settings tab.

4 Click Advanced Properties, click the Adapter tab, then click Change.

5 Select Show all devices.

6 Select the Standard display types from the Manufacturers list.

7 Select Standard PCI Graphics Adapter (VGA) from the list, then select OK.

8 Click Apply, click OK, then click Apply.

9 Click Yes when Windows asks if you wish to restart the computer.  



To install the drivers

1 Click the Start button, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

2 Double-click Display, and click the Settings tab.

3 Click Advanced Properties, click the Adapter tab, then click Change.

4 Select Have Disk, then select or type the path to the driver files, then click
  OK.

  Windows should find files for your NVIDIA graphics chip.  If Windows cannot 
  find the files, check that the path name for the diskette is correct and 
  that the correct diskette is inserted in it. 

5 If Windows found the files, select OK.

  Windows copies the files to the hard disk.  

6 Click Apply, click OK, then click Apply.

7 Click Yes when Windows asks if you wish to restart the computer.




Windows 98
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To prepare for installation of the drivers

1 Start Microsoft Windows 98.

2 Click the Start button, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

3 Double-click Display, and click the Settings tab.

4 Click Advanced, click the Adapter tab, then click Change.

5 Click Next, click Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so
  you can select the driver you want, then click Next.

6 Select Show all Hardware button, then select the Standard display types from
  the Manufacturers list.

7 Select Standard PCI Graphics Adapter (VGA) from the list, then select Next.

8 Click Next to install the driver, then click Finish. 

9 Click Apply, then click Close.

10 Click Yes when Windows asks if you wish to restart the computer.  



To install the drivers

1 Click the Start button, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

2 Double-click Display, and click the Settings tab.

3 Click Advanced, click the Adapter tab, then click Change.

4 Click Next, click Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so
  you can select the driver you want, then click Next.

5 Click Have Disk, select or type the path to the folder containing the driver
  files, then click OK.

  Windows should find files for your NVIDIA graphics chip.  If Windows cannot 
  find the files, check that the path name for the driver files is correct.

6 If Windows found the files, click OK, then click Next.

  Windows copies the files to the hard disk.  

7 Click Finish, click Apply, then click Close.

8 Click Yes when Windows asks if you wish to restart the computer.  



Windows Millennium Edition
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To prepare for installation of the drivers

1 Start Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition.

2 Click the Start button, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

3 Click Display, and click the Settings tab.

4 Click Advanced, click the Adapter tab, then click Change.

5 Click Specify the location of the driver (Advanced), click Next, click
  Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so
  you can select the driver you want, then click Next.

6 Select Show all Hardware button, then select the Standard display types from
  the Manufacturers list.

7 Select Standard PCI Graphics Adapter (VGA) from the list, then select Next.

8 Click Next to install the driver, then click Finish. 

9 Click Yes when Windows asks if you wish to restart the computer.  



To install the drivers

1 Click the Start button, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

2 Click Display, and click the Settings tab.

3 Click Advanced, click the Adapter tab, then click Change.

4 Click Specify the location of the driver (Advanced), click Next, click
  Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so
  you can select the driver you want, then click Next.

5 Click Have Disk, select or type the path to the folder containing the driver
  files, then click OK.

  Windows should find files for your NVIDIA graphics chip.  If Windows cannot 
  find the files, check that the path name for the driver files is correct.

6 If Windows found the files, click OK, then click Next.

  Windows copies the files to the hard disk.  

7 Click Finish, then click Yes when Windows asks if you wish to restart the 
  computer.  


Uninstall instructions
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To uninstall the drivers

1 Click the Start button, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

2 Double-click Add/Remove Programs, select NVIDIA Windows 95/98/ME Display
  Drivers, then click Add/Remove.
  
3 You are then asked about being sure if you want to remove the drivers.
  Click Yes.

4 You are then asked about restarting the system. Click Yes.



Control Freak 
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To access Control Freak, NVIDIA's Control Panel applet

1 Click the Start button, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

2 Double-click Display, and click the tab for your NVIDIA graphics chip.

3 Right click on each option to display information about each setting.


Tips for Users
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Known Issues
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This driver set is a 'modified' driver set for users using GeForce2GO
compatible laptops who want to try unofficial beta drivers.  They have 
been tested and there are no known problems with them.  Flash Masta and 
3DChipset.com take no repsonsibility for any problems that might occur 
from you using these unofficial drivers.  At this time they have not 
been tested for compatibility with Windows 95.  If you install them on 
Windows 95 then you do so at your own risk.

Direct comments to flashmasta@3dchipset.com (Flash Masta)
Discuss results using the 3DChipset forums: http://www.3dcforums.com
(under NVIDIA forums)

Revision history
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Copyright 1999-2001, NVIDIA Corporation.                    All rights reserved.
Document number: DR-00008-001
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