Readme.txt Driver File Contents (cirrus2dnt.exe)

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Legal Notices
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Version Information
Product:     Cirrus2DNT - Cirrus 2D Graphics Driver for NT	
Number:      SHBY600AC-0114A
Version:  [Cirrus Logic version: 5446 -  1.40]
Date:        24-APR-1998
Description: Windows NT 4.0 graphics driver for the - SVB 6171CV  
             2D Graphics Card 

End of Version Information

Cirrus2DNT System Requirements
 * Windows NT 4.0 operating system.
End of System Requirements

Installing and Running Cirrus2DNT

1.  Click on the Start box in the lower left corner and proceed to Settings,
    Control Panel.  

2.  Inside the Control Panel group, click on the Display icon to open the
    Display Properties folder and select the Settings tab (right most tab). 
3.  Press the 'Display Type...' button. 
4.  In the Display Type dialog box, press the 'Change...' button. 
5.  In the Change Display dialog box, press the 'Have Disk...' button. 

6.  Insert floppy [Cirrus2DNT] containing driver files.

7.  In the Install From Disk dialog box, type the location of the 
    Cirrus2DNT Driver installation files (e.g. "A:\") and select OK.

8.  From the displayed list, select "Cirrus Logic Graphics Adapter", 
    and press 'OK'. Drivers will begin installing.
9.  Press 'OK' in the Installing Driver message box. 
10. Press 'Close' in the Display Type dialog box. 
11. Press 'Close' in the Display Properties applet. 
12. Remove Floppy from drive.

13. In the System Settings Change dialog box, you should select 'Yes' 
    so that the new settings take effect and to reboot your system.

End of Installing and Running Cirrus2DNT
Cirrus2DNT Fixes/Changes

5446 Windows NT 4.0 Driver 1.40
Changes to 1.40 since 1.31a

Files modified: 

Files added: none

Problems solved/New features:

OEM now has the option to set DDC default to ON or OFF by 
modifying the Cirrus.inf file.
 - Open the cirrus.inf file found on the disk.
 - Go to the section called [cirrus_SoftwareDeviceSettings]
 - Edit the last character to 1 to enable DDC. 
   Example:     HKR,, DDCControlFlag, %REG_DWORD%, 1

   Or edit the last character to 0 to disable DDC. 
   Example:     HKR,, DDCControlFlag, %REG_DWORD%, 0

   Warning: Changing the Cirrus.inf file may void the MS-WHQL logo.

 - New DDC monitor support.
 - New DDC algorithm for HP DDC monitor.
 - New option box "Automatically detect Plug-N-Play Monitor" 
   in the Monitor Selection Tab 
   of Display Properties allows you to Enable/Disable DDC.
 - Fix the hang up bug for HP server system with two PCI bus.
 - Resolved GPF while running OVERFLY.EXE in 640x480x8bit 
   when switching from stretch maximum to minimum. PDR#10795.
 - Resolved noise when occluding a window on top of a running AVI file 
   in 1024x768x16bit at 70Hz and 75Hz. PDR#10797.

 - Modified DDC on/off checkbox name to "Use Monitor Plug-N-Play (PnP) 
 - Full localization support. Loads the message strings from MONISEL.TXT file

The 3.5x drivers are now located on a separate disk to conform to MS 
WHQL requirements. Previously, the 3.5x and 4.0 drivers were 
all found on the same disk. 

End of Cirrus2DNT Fixes/Changes

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products.  The Bulletin Board operates 24 hours a day and 
is available in the United States at 1-205-730-8786.

For current information on Intergraph documentation and 
Intergraph document delivery policies, use a World Wide Web 
browser to connect to Intergraph online at, and follow the links to Customer 
End of Documentation

End of Training

Cirrus2DNT Customer Support
Telephone support services for this product are provided via 
the purchase of maintenance for the operating system or via 
the upgrade of the hardware warranty. For additional infor-
mation on either of these options, please contact Intergraph 
Maintenance Services at (800) 414-8991 (United States) or con-
tact your local Intergraph office (outside the United States).

Problems may be logged through the Intergraph Customer Support
Center by dialing 1-800-633-7248.  An operator will open a 
worksheet and transfer you to a technical support engineer.
Customer Support Center hours are Monday through Friday from
7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. central time.

Experience has shown that problem solving is expedited if you 
supply the following information when first contacting the 
software support engineer.

a.  Operating System and driver version and dates.
b.  Has the system/nucleus software configuration changed re-

a.  CPU
b.  Graphics card

a.  How/when does the problem occur?
b.  What error messages are displayed?
c.  Does it happen on more than one machine?

Technical FAXLink:
Available to all software customers.
FAXLink is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  This 
self-help tool enables Intergraph users to quickly locate 
and retrieve up-to-date technical support information. By 
calling a completely automated, voice-activated system, 
users can request the support documentation they need and 
have it FAXed to them immediately.  Valuable tips and solu-
tions are just minutes away thanks to FAXLink.

To take advantage of this service, call 800-240-4300 for 
new-user instructions, an index of support documents, and 
an overview of the categories of available information.  
Voice prompts will lead you through your introduction to 
FAXLink.  Once you're familiar with the system, call 
205-730-9000 to request the documentation you need.

Intergraph Bulletin Board Service (IBBS):
Available to all software customers.
IBBS enables you to exchange messages and files with Inter-
graph's technical and marketing staff, as well as with other 
Intergraph customers, using a modem. As an added benefit, 
for U.S. customers with valid maintenance contracts or pro-
ducts under warranty, problem worksheets can be logged on 

1. Connect to the IBBS by setting  the communication pro-
tocol to eight (8) data bits, no parity, one (1) stop bit, 
and any baud rate up to 14,400 bps. 

IBBS phone numbers are 205-730-8786 (up to 14.4K bps)
and 205-730-6504 (up to 2400 bps). 

2. Once connected to the IBBS, respond to the login request
with the appropriate user ID. 

If connecting for the first time, respond with "NEW" and the
IBBS will step through the process of creating a new user ID.

3. The Top menu is the main menu of the IBBS.  

Select option C ... Customer Services from the Top menu. 
Then select option W .. Worksheet Problem Logging from the 
Customer menu. 

4. Respond to each question with the appropriate information.
Please limit each line of the problem description to a max-
imum of 60 characters. 

5. The IBBS sends the request as an E-mail message from the 
IBBS user. 

Verification of the worksheet number, or an error message
indicating the failure condition will be returned through
E-mail to the IBBS login account.

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Intergraph's information server on the World Wide Web brings 
you fast, up-to-the-minute information on Intergraph's pro-
ducts and services, as well as the company's direction. Ac-
cess to Intergraph Online is available using any of the pop-
ular Web browsers such as Netscape, NCSA Mosaic, and others. 

Connect to Intergraph Online at the following Internet ad-
If you have trouble accessing Intergraph Online, send an 
E-mail message to

E-mail Problem Logging Service:
Requires current Maintenance Contract.
As an alternative to calling in problem worksheets, you can 
now send E-mail to Intergraph Software Support.

Use the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) form of the 
E-mail address and send a formatted message to the following 
address:  For more information on the 
proper format, send an E-mail message to this address with the 
word "help" in the body of the message.
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