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          Intergraph Intense 3D 100 Display Driver
                   for Windows NT 4.0

Legal Notices
Copyright 1998, Intergraph Corporation.

All rights reserved.

Including software, file formats, and audio-visual displays; 
may be used pursuant to applicable software license agreement; 
contains confidential and proprietary information of 
Intergraph and/or third parties which is protected by 
copyright and trade secret law and may not be provided or 
otherwise made available without proper authorization.

Restricted Rights Legend
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restrictions as set forth in subparagraph (c) (1) (ii) of the 
Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at DFARS 
252.227-7013 or subparagraphs (c) (1) and (2) of Commercial 
Computer Software -- Restricted Rights at 48 CFR 52.227-19, as 

Unpublished -- rights reserved under the copyright laws of the 
United States. 
End of Legal Notices

Version Information
Product:        I3D100NTDRV
Number:         SHBY251AC-0400A
Date:           April 16, 1998
Description:    Intense 3D 100 NT 4.0 Driver
End of Version Information

System Requirements
• IBM PC or compatible 
• Pentium processor 
• 8 MB or higher 
• PCI bus slot 
• Windows NT 4.0
• CD-ROM drive
End of System Requirements

Installing I3D100 Driver 
Installing the Intense 3D 100 Driver

1. Log on to Windows NT.
2. Right-click the Windows NT 4.0 desktop.  Select Properties
3. Select Settings (tab); then select Display Type.
4. In the Display Type dialog, select the Change button inside the
   Adapter Type box.
5. In the Change Display dialog, select Have Disk.
6. Make sure A:\ displays in the Copy manufacturer's files from box,
   and then select OK.
7. Select OK in the Change Display dialog. (Change Display dialog
   lists: Rendition Verite 1000)
8. Select Yes in the Third-party Drivers dialog.
9. After the files have been installed, a message will appear that
   drivers were successfully installed. You must exit from the 
   display properties dialog.
10. Remove diskette from floppy drive
11. Continue to select Close until prompted to restart the computer, 
    and then select Yes.

After the computer restarts, you can select the Settings tab in the 
Display Properties dialog to change the computer's video display 
End of Installing I3D100 Driver

I3D100 Supported Resolutions

	Resolutions	Color Depths(BPP)   	Frequencies (Hz)
	----------	-----------------	----------------
	640x480         8,16,32			60,72,75,85,120

	800x600         8,16,32			56,60,72,75,85

	1024x768        8,16   			60,70,72,75,85

	1152x864	8,16			60,70,75,85

	1280x1024       8,16     		60,70,72,75

End of I3D100 Supported Resolutions

Refer to Microsoft’s Windows NT documentation and Help for more 
information on installing drivers, software applications, and 
configuring your computer’s video display.
End of Documentation

Customer Support
Finding Intergraph on the Internet

You can find Intergraph on the Internet in the following ways:
	If you have a World Wide Web browser, use it to visit 
	http://www.intergraph.com. For Intense 3D 100 information 
	and software, visit http://www.intergraph.com/ics/I3D100.  
	If you have a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) program, connect 
	to Intergraph at ftp.intergraph.com.  For Intense 3D 100
	information and software, go to bbs/consumer.

	If you have a Gopher program, connect to Intergraph at
	gopher.intergraph.com. For Intense 3D 100 information
	and software, go to bbs/consumer.

	You can get information from Intergraph’s email server at
	info@intergraph.com. Put help in the body of the message
	(the subject line is ignored) to get information on such 
	subjects as Intergraph’s online services and where to 
	get World Wide Web browsers.

Using the Intergraph Bulletin Board Service

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the Intergraph Bulletin Board 
Service (IBBS) is an electronic forum for Intergraph customers to 
exchange information with Intergraph's technical and marketing staff, 
and with other Intergraph customers.  You can use the IBBS to get 
technical support information, documentation and training 
information, programs, and software updates and fixes.  The IBBS is 
also available for you to give suggestions, make inquiries, and report

To connect to the IBBS:
1. Set your system’s communications protocol for eight (8) data bits, 
   no parity, one (1) stop bit, and any baud rate up to 14,400.
2. Using a modem, dial the IBBS number, 1-205-730-8786.  You 
   can dial 1-205-730-6504 if you are using a 2,400 baud connection.
3. When connected, respond to the login request by keying in your 
   user ID.  If you have not connected before, key in new to create a 
   user ID.
4. Follow the menus to find what you need.  If you are new to 
   computer bulletin boards, the IBBS provides clear choices and 
   plenty of online help.  A text file that explains IBBS commands 
   and organization is available for you to download.
   For Intense 3D 100 information, go to I -- W -- F.

If you have trouble connecting to or using the IBBS, log a problem 
through the Intergraph Customer Response Center (product entry 
IBBS), send a fax to 1-205-730-1110, or leave a message for the 
System Operator (Sysop) at 1-205-730-1413.

Getting Telephone Support:
If you can’t find what you need in this document, on one of 
Intergraph’s Internet sites , or through the FAXLink, you can call 
the Customer Response Center at 1-800-226-4891 during these periods:

  Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Central 
  Time (except holidays).

Have the following information readily available when you call:

  The product’s name (Intense 3D 100).
  Your name and telephone number.
  A brief description of the question or problem.
  System Information - System Vendor & Model # or Motherboard 
		       Vendor & Chip Set Manufacturer of System 
		       BIOS & Version #.

Getting Warranty Service:
To obtain warranty service, contact the original place of purchase
to determine if your Intense 3D 100 board is covered within their 
warranty period.  If the place of purchase warranty period has 
expired, your extended warranty period is covered by Intergraph.
Refer to the warranty statement at the beginning of this document
for details. To obtain warranty service from Intergraph, you must
return the Intense 3D 100 board in its original packaging, along
with proof of purchase showing the purchase date, and the warranty 
card (found at the beginning of Installation Guide).  You must bear
shipping, packaging, and insurance costs for delivering the Intense
3D 100 board to Intergraph.  Intergraph will provide return
shipment to you.

Ship the Intense 3D 100 board to:
  Intergraph Corporation
  Intense 3D 100 Repair Center
  9805 Kellner Road
  Huntsville Alabama 35894-0001
End of Customer Support
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