PRODUCT INFORMATION ------------------- Matrox G200eW (Nuvoton), version 1.00.046 June 8th, 2009 PACKAGE CONTENTS ---------------- The package is contained inside the following file: - g200ew_v1_00_46.zip The package contains the following folders: - x32 Driver installation for 32-bit Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008 - x64 Driver installation for 64-bit Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008 PACKAGE CONTENTS ---------------- The folders of this package contain the X32 and X64 version of the Windows drivers for the G200eW graphics device. REQUIREMENTS AND DETAILS ------------------------ - The x64 versions of the drivers were compiled using the Windows Server 2003 Free x64 Build Environments of the Windows DDK 3790.1830. - The x32 versions of the drivers were compiled using the Win XP Free Build Environments of the Windows DDK 2600. The x32 drivers can also be compiled with the Windows DDK 3790.1830. The resulting drivers, whether compiled in the Windows XP or the Windows Server 2003 environments, are not compatible with Windows XP when no Service Pack is installed; they do work correctly when Service Pack 2 and the current Hot Fixes are installed. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ---------------------- - Unzip the contain of the zip file. - Select the folder corresponding to the operationg system installed on your system. - Double-click on the setup.exe file contained inside the folder. - A window shoul pop-up. Please follow the instructions. ENHANCEMENTS ------------ FIXED ISSUES ------------ - Fixed the uninstaller for WS2008R2. - Modified the cursor to be asynchronous. - Added the Widescreen resolution. KNOWN ISSUES ------------ HISTORY ------- Rev. 1.00.045 (6.12.01.1000) - The driver is now able to detect up to 16MB of memory. Rev. 1.00.044 (6.12.01.1000) - Fixed a clock stretching bug. The loop waiting for the release of the clock was not done correctly. Rev. 1.00.042 (6.12.01.1000) - Removed a Bus mastering operation which was remaining in the driver. Rev. 1.00.041 (6.12.01.1000) - Refined the solution (again) for the resolution hang. Following the Nuvoton recommendations. Rev. 1.00.040 (6.12.01.1000) - Refined the solution for the resolution hang. Following the Nuvoton recommendations. Rev. 1.00.039 (6.12.01.1000) - Fixed the resolution hang. It was the PLL which was not locking every time. To solve the issue we refined the algorithm for the PLL parameters. Rev. 1.00.035 (6.12.01.1000) - Changed the strings displaying Winbond for Nuvoton. - Fixed the S0-S1-S0 issue. (Standby power management mode). Rev. 1.00.034 (6.12.01.1000) - Corrected an issue occurring with the DP Hot Replace test from the Server 2008 WHQL suite. A fix was already made in version 031 but was not covering all the cases. - Inserted a Save and Restore for the Subsystem ID when going into power management. - Fixed the Hot Plug issue. Rev. 1.00.032 (6.12.01.1000) - Corrected the Hot Plug issue. The driver was not processing the interrupt. - Fixed the service bug under Server 2008. We are not installing a service anymore. We are only installing an application. - Corrected the uninstaller bug. Rev. 1.00.031 (6.12.01.1000) - Fixed the service bug under Server 2008. - Corrected the uninstaller bug. - Corrected the WHQL bug occurring with the DP Replace bug. The problem was coming from a deprecated call. Rev. 1.00.030 (6.12.01.1000) - Added the fallback to 1024x768 in the case where there is no DDC detected. Rev. 1.00.029 (6.12.01.1000) - Second try to completely remove the disable local monitor problem. Modified the Hot Plug feature behavior. It will never disable the local. Rev. 1.00.028 (6.12.01.1000) - Modified the Hot Plug feature behavior. It will never disable the local. Rev. 1.00.027 (6.12.01.1000) - Corrected the 85Hz bug. We are doing the pruning inside the driver now. Rev. 1.00.026 (6.12.01.1000) - Corrected the 640x480 hot plug bug. - Corrected the uninstaller to remove the coinstaller as well Rev. 1.00.025 (6.12.01.1000) - Added Hot Plug feature. Rev. 1.00.024 (6.12.01.1000) - Fixed the EDID issue. Rev. 1.00.023 (6.12.01.1000) - Unified the package. - Fixed the EDID issue. - Corrected the mode list to only allow mode up to 1280 in horizontal resolution and 1024 in vertical resolution. - Removed cursor width and height information. Rev. 1.00.022 (6.12.01.1000) - Added the Banwidth limitation to prevent corruption. This value could need more tweaking. Please report any resolution showing bandwidth issue. - Corrected the corruption bug seen when the framebuffer aperture was set to 8MB. - Added cursor information passing mechanism. Please consult the APB specification for more information.Download Driver Pack
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