readme.txt Driver File Contents (MS-6312Complete.zip)

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*  Production Version Release
*  Graphics Driver for
*  Intel(R) 810/810E/810E2/815/815E/815EM Chipsets
*  Microsoft* Windows* 95, Microsoft* Windows* 98,
*  Microsoft* Windows* 98* SE, and Microsoft* Windows*
*  Millennium Edition 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) 810 chipset
          Intel(R) 810E chipset
          Intel(R) 810E2 chipset
          Intel(R) 815 chipset
          Intel(R) 815E chipset
          Intel(R) 815EM chipset
      
2.  The software should be installed on systems with at
    least 64 MB of system memory.

3.  There should be sufficient hard disk space in the <TEMP>
    directory (typically C:\WINDOWS\TEMP or C:\TEMP) 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 95, Microsoft Windows 98, and
    Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition.
    
4.  Windows* 95 must have DCOM95 installed prior to
    installing these drivers.  This is not necessary for
    later versions of Windows.  DCOM95 is available from
    Microsoft at the following location:
    http://www.microsoft.com/com/dcom/dcom95/dcom1_3.asp

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 is the abbreviations of all languages
that the driver has been localized in.  You may have to
reference this section while using this document.

chs -> Mainland 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(R) Graphics Driver
    is installed, remove it before proceeding with the
    installation procedure.  Please refer to Section 6,
    UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE for removal instructions.

4.  You can choose four different methods of installation
    for this release. The files that must be downloaded for
    each are indicated in the appropriate section.

        1) InstallShield* (automated) install from CD-ROM
           See Section 3.1.
        2) InstallShield* (automated) install from web download
           See Section 3.1.
	3) Manual install from hard drive
           See Section 3.2.
	4) Manual install from CD-ROM
	   see Section 3.2.

3.1  INSTALLSHIELD (AUTOMATED) INSTALL FROM CD-ROM or WEB DOWNLOAD

1.  To install from a CD, insert the CD-ROM.  If autorun is
    enabled, the installer will begin automatically.
    Otherwise, enter the "Graphics" directory on the CD-ROM
    and double-click "SETUP.EXE".  Continue on to step 3.

2.  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 the installation will begin automatically.  Continue on
       to step 3.
    b. If it is a ZIP file, you must unzip it using a
       utility such as WinZip* or PKZip*, then enter the
       directory into which you unzipped the files.  Enter
       the "Graphics" subdirectory and double-click
       "SETUP.EXE".  Continue on to step 3.

3.  Click "Next" on the Welcome screen.

4.  Read the license agreement and click "Yes" to continue.

5.  The driver files will now be installed. When the install
    finishes, choose the "Yes" to reboot option, and click
    "Finish" to restart your computer. The driver should
    now be loaded. To determine if the driver has been loaded
    correctly, refer to the Verifying Installation section
    below.


3.2 MANUAL INSTALL FROM CD-ROM OR HARD DRIVE 

1.  Download "WIN9X.ZIP" from the Web.  You must unzip it
    using a utility such as WinZip* or PKZip*.  Transfer the
    files to a CD if you wish to install from the CD-ROM.

2.  Select the "My Computer" icon, the "Control Panel" icon,
    and then the "Display" icon.

3.  You should now be in the "Display Properties" window. 
    Select the "Settings" tab, and click on the "Advanced"
    button. 

4.  In the "Advanced Display Properties" window, select the 
    "Adapter" tab, and click the "Change..." button.

5.  The "Update Device Driver Wizard" window appears. 
    Click on the "Next" button to continue.

6.  A new window appears, prompting either for Windows to 
    search for a device driver or for manual selection.
    Click the following option: "Display a list of all the
    drivers in a specific location, so you can select the
    driver you want." After this, click on the "Next"
    button.

7.  From the new window, 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 "I81XW9X.INF"
    file should be highlighted. Click "OK".

9.  Click "OK". The "Select Device" screen should open and
    it may it may have several options to choose from. If a
    warning appears saying that the driver chosen was not
    written specifically for the selected hardware, click
    "Yes". Select the display adapter that your system
    contains. Click "OK".

10. Click "Next". The driver should install. If you are
    installing an older version of the driver after having
    previously installed a newer version, several "Version
    Conflict" windows may appear asking if you want to keep
    the newer driver files. If you do want to continue
    installing the older drivers, click "No" on each of
    these screens. Click "Finish" when done.

11. Close all open windows and click "Yes" 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.  From the desktop, click on "My Computer", then "Control 
    Panel", and finally, "System".

2.  You should be in the "System Properties" window. Click 
    on the "Device Manager" tab. From here, go down to
    "Display Adapter" and click. The Intel(R) 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.  Select the "My Computer" icon, the "Control Panel" icon,
    and then the "Display" icon.

2.  You should now be in the "Display Properties" window. 
    Select the "Settings" tab and click 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.  From the desktop, click on "My Computer", "Control
    Panel", and then "Display".

2.  You should be in the "Display Properties" window. Click 
    on the "Settings" tab. Next, click the "Advanced"
    button. 

3.  Select the "Adapter" tab. The driver information will 
    appear. Click on the "Change" button. 

4.  The "Update Device Driver Wizard" window should open. 
    For Windows* Me only, select the "Specify the location
    of the driver (Advanced)" option.  Click "Next".

5.  In the next window, select the "Display a list..." option
    and click the "Next" button. Next, click on "Show all 
    hardware".

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)", then 
    click on the "Next" button.  Click the "Next" button
    again.

7.  Click on "Finish," then close all open windows.  When
    asked to restart, click on "Yes."

8.  To verify that the VGA driver was installed correctly, 
    refer to Section 4 and look for "Standard PCI Graphics 
    Adapter (VGA)," instead of the Intel(R) Graphics Driver.

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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.

-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 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 InstallShieldTM 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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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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