Diamond Multimedia Diamond SpeedStar A50/A70 for Windows 95 Free Driver Download
SpeedStar A50, Diamond SpeedStar A50 for Windows98
Graphics Card Drivers, Video Drivers, Display
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This driver came from the original installation Diskettes, well, it was copied, recopied, but they are intact. Produced for the Diamond SpeedStar A50 video card, originaly for Windows95, Diamond never produced any other version or update for this nice video card. It works nicely on Win98SE (I used for years), then right now installed at Windows ME without any problem. Actually it is running on ME driving a LCD monitor at 1024 x 768 @ 16 or 24 bits (don't remember). There are two directories in the ZIP file. One is the setup installation, just run it to install and move the drivers to windows directory, it does it automatically. The second directory contains some utilities to control the card. It installs at the task bar, and it is very usefull to change video resolution, adjustments etc
Wagner Lip (DG Member) on 12/11/2003
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