Sones WinXP Drivers http://www.sonexp.cjb.net THX to HoE for fixing Glide in WinXP, and THX to cairy for some of his inf help F.A.Q Q, Do your drivers support the voodoo 3? A, Yes Q, OpenGL performance is very poor, how do i fix this? A, Use WickedGL, it is included with drivers, but this version is much easier to use, if u want to use the version that comes with the drivers simply copy the opengl32.dll file from the WickedGL directory, into your games root directory. Q, What is the difference between Beta 3 and 4? A, Beta 4 is using a newer Direst3D driver. Q, In half-life the screen is totally messed up in OpenGL, how do i fix this? A, Use the 3dfx miniGL, or try WickedGL (WickedGL is included in the WickedGL folder, but its missing the fancy installer). Q, Do your drivers work in GP3? A, Beta 2 and 3 definitely yes, beta 4 works for me fine. but it didn't in Win2k (drivers are not recommend for win2k). Q, Your website sucks! A., Sure does. Q, I like your drivers, but i also like some of the options in Cairys/x3dfx-c drivers, can you please add them to your driver set? A, I hate all those options, but if you want to add them yourself its very easy, just copy the 3dfxvs2k.inf from there drivers to the directory where my drivers are, then reinstall the drivers (the file should be overwritten, some options won't work). Q, Your drivers haven't included the 3dfx Tools, how do i get these? A, Download the 3dfx 1.03.00\1.04.00, install these (ignoring all errors), reboot, go to add remove tools and go to uninstall the 3dfx Tools, but when the window comes up select repair. Reboot yet again and install my drivers (in device manager), restart your computer when it tells u to, and voilla, u have Sone's amazing drivers, and the 3dfx tools Q, What are the difference's between your beta 2 and beta 3 drivers? and was there a beta 1? A, Beta 1 i made for the x3dfx-P, the only difference between beta 2 and 3 is voodoo 3 support.Download Driver Pack
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