readme.txt Driver File Contents (vga-driver_win98_me.zip)

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*  Graphics Driver for Intel(R) Brookdale-G/830M Chipset
*  Microsoft* Windows* 95, Microsoft* Windows* 98, 
*  Microsoft* Windows* 98 Second Edition, Microsoft* Windows* ME
*  Driver Revision:  4.13.01.3051
*  Package: 11605
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*  11.0 Production Cadidate 1.01
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*  March 22, 2002
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*  Installation Information
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*  CONTENTS OF THIS DOCUMENT
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This document contains the following sections:

1.  System Requirements
2.  Localized Language Abbreviations
3.  Installing the Software
4.  Verifying Installation of the Software
5.  Identifying the Software Version Number
6.  Uninstalling the Software
7.  Installation Switches Available

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* 1.  SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
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1.  The system must contain one of the following Intel
    Chipsets:

          Intel(R) Brookdale-G Chipset

2.  The software should be installed on systems with at
    least 128 MB of system memory.

3.  There should be sufficient hard disk space in the <TEMP>
    directory on the system in order to install this
    software.

    The drivers included with this distribution package are
    designed to function with all released versions of 
    Microsoft Windows* 98 Second Edition, Microsoft Windows* ME.

Please check with your system provider to determine the
operating system and Intel Chipset used in your system.

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* 2.  LOCALIZED LANGUAGE ABBREVIATIONS
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The following list contains the abbreviations of all
languages into which the driver has been localized. You may
have to refer to this section while using this document.

chs -> Simplified Chinese
cht -> Traditional Chinese
dan -> Danish
deu -> German
eng -> International English
enu -> English
esp -> Spanish
fin -> Finnish
fra -> French
frc -> French Canadian
ita -> Italian
jpn -> Japanese
kor -> Korean
nld -> Dutch
nor -> Norwegian
plk -> Polish
ptb -> Brazilian Portuguese
ptg -> Portuguese
rus -> Russian
sve -> Swedish
tha -> Thai

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* 3.  INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
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General Installation Notes:

1.  The operating system must be installed prior to the
    installation of the driver.

2.  This installation procedure is specific only to the 
    version of driver and installation file included in this
    release.

3.  If a previous version of an Intel Graphics Driver is
    installed, remove it before proceeding with the
    installation procedure.  Please refer to Section 6,
    UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE for removal instructions.

4.  This procedure assumes that all of the software
    associated with this release is located in the same
    directory.

3.1  MANUAL INSTALL FROM WEB DOWNLOAD

1.  To install from a Web download, you will download either
    a ZIP file or an EXE file from the Web.
    a. If it is an EXE file, double-click the file you
       downloaded and specify a location into which the
       driver files will be extracted. Click "Unzip" and
       the files will extract. Click "OK" on the next
       window, then click "Close". Continue on to step 2.
    b. If it is a ZIP file, you must unzip it using a
       utility such as WinZip* or PKZip*. Continue on to
       step 2.

2.  Click on the "My Computer" icon, then click on the
    "Control Panel" icon, and then click on the "Display"
    icon.

3.  Select the "Settings" tab and then click on the
    "Advanced" button.

4.  Select the "Adapter" tab and then click on the
    "Change..." button.

5A.  Click on the "Next" button.(Windows* 98SE)
5B.  Select "Specify the location of the driver (Advanced), then click "Next". (Windows* 98ME)

6.  Select the following option: "Display a list of all the
    drivers in a specific location, so you can select the
    driver you want". Click on the "Next" button.

7.  Click on the "Have Disk..." button and then the "Browse"
    button.

8.  Enter the directory where you unzipped WIN9X.ZIP and 
    then enter the "Graphics" subdirectory. Next enter the
    "Win9X" subdirectory. At this point, the "ialmW9X.INF"
    file should be highlighted. Click on the "OK" button.

9.  Click on the "OK" button. A window listing all of the
    available display types should open. Select the display
    adapter that your system contains and then click on the
    "Next" button. If a warning appears saying that Windows
    cannot verify that this device driver is compatible with
    your hardware, click on the "Yes" button.

10. Click on the "Next" button. The driver should install.
    Click on the "Finish" button when done.

11. Click on the "Close" button and then click on the "Yes"
    button to reboot. The driver should now be loaded. To
    determine if the driver has been loaded correctly, refer
    to the Verifying Installation section below.

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* 4.  VERIFYING INSTALLATION OF THE SOFTWARE
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1.  Click on the "My Computer" icon, then click on the
    "Control Panel" icon, and then click on the "System"
    icon.

2.  Select the "Device Manager" tab and click on the
    "Display Adapters" icon. The Intel Graphics Driver
    should be listed.  If not, the driver is not installed
    correctly. To check the version of the driver, refer to
    the section below.

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* 5.  IDENTIFYING THE SOFTWARE VERSION NUMBER
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1.  Click on the "My Computer" icon, then click on the
    "Control Panel" icon, and then click on the "Display"
    icon.

2.  Select the "Settings" tab and then click on the
    "Advanced" button.

3.  Select the "Intel(R) Graphics Technology" tab. The
    graphics driver version should be listed on this screen.

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* 6.  UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
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NOTE: This procedure assumes the above installation process
was successful. This uninstallation procedure is specific
only to the version of the driver and installation files
included in this package.

1.  Click on the "My Computer" icon, then click on the
    "Control Panel" icon, and then click on the "Display"
    icon.

2.  Click on the "Settings" tab and then click on the
    "Advanced" button. 

3.  Select the "Adapter" tab and then click on the "Change"
    button. 

4.  Click on the "Next" button.

5.  Select the "Display a list" option, then click on the
    "Next" button, and then click on the "Show all hardware"
    button.

6.  In the split screen window under "Manufacturers:",
    select "(Standard display types)". In the other half of
    the split window, select "Standard PCI Graphics Adapter
    (VGA)". Click on the "Next" button.

7.  Click on the "Finish" button and then click on "Yes"
    button to reboot.

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* 7.  INSTALLATION SWITCHES AVAILABLE
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The switches in the SETUP.EXE file will have the following
syntax. Switches are not case sensitive and may be
specified in any order (except for the -s switch). Switches
must be separated by spaces.

SETUP [-b] [-g{xx[x]}] [ [ -nocuidlg{xxxx},
[-nocuidlg{xxxx}]...] | -nodiag | -basic] [-overwrite]
[-nolic] [-bits x x_pixels x y_pixels x vert_refresh]
[-l{lang_value}] [-s] [-f2<path\logfile>]

GFX-INSTALL CUSTOMER SWITCHES

-b  Forces a system reboot after the installation completes.
In non-silent mode, the absence of this switch will prompt
the user to reboot. In silent mode, the absence of this
switch forces the Setup.exe to complete without rebooting
(the user must manually reboot to conclude the installation
process).

-g{xx[x]}  Forces the configuration of a specific language
version of the driver during the install.  The absence of
this switch will cause the installation to utilize the
language of the OS locale as its default.

-nocuidlg{xxxx}	 Suppresses the display of a specific CUI
dialog. One may use this switch multiple times to suppress
many dialogs on a single command line invocation.  The
absence of this switch means that CUI dialogs will be
displayed as specified in the INF 

-nodiag	 Suppresses the display of all CUI dialogs and CUI
tabs on the OS Display Property pages and disables the Intel
Graphics Technology Control Panel Applet. The absence of
this switch means that CUI dialogs will be displayed as
specified in the INF. Note: this switch functionality is
different from the PC4.0 

-nodiag switch functionality. The PC4.0 -nodiag switch is
functionally equivalent to the current "-basic" switch
(below).

-basic  Suppresses the display of all advanced CUI dialogs.
The absence of this switch means that advanced CUI dialogs
will be displayed as specified in the INF.

-overwrite  Installs the graphics driver regardless of the
version of previously installed driver.  In non-silent mode,
the absence of this switch will prompt the user to confirm
overwrite of a newer Intel Graphics driver. In silent mode,
the absence of this switch means that the installation will
abort any attempts to regress the revision of the Intel(R)
Graphics driver.

-nolic	Suppresses the display of the license agreement
screen. In non-silent mode, the absence of this switch will
only prompt the user to view and accept the license
agreement. The functionality of this switch is automatically
included during silent installations.

-bits x x_pixels x y_pixels x vert_refresh  Sets the four
default display parameters: bits per pixel, pixels per line,
pixels per column and vertical refresh rate.


INSTALLSHIELD(TM) STANDARD SWITCHES

-l{lang_value}  The switch provided by InstallShield(TM)
specifies the language used for the Gfx-Install user
interface. The absence of this switch will cause the
installation to utilize the language of the OS as its
default. Detailed requirements for the Install Dialog
language settings are given in the Install Dialog Language
section.

-s  Run in silent mode. The absence of this switch causes
the install to be performed in verbose mode.

-f2<path\logfile>  Specifies an alternate location and name
of the log file created by a silent install. By default,
Setup.log log file is created and stored during a silent
install in the same directory as that of Setup.ins.


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