AGP SDRAM NLX (MB Driver
S3 Graphics Inc. Savage4 Driver
Windows XP, Windows 2000
No instalar automaticamente!!!
Es un driver compatible ya que no existe la version de la empresa para este driver.
por lo que en Administrador de dispositivos, controlador VGA ponemos actualizar controlador, instalar desde una ubicacion especifica ahi elegimos "no buscar controlador elegir controlador que se va a instalar" despues elegimos utilizar disco y vamos a la carpeta donde bajamos el driver (previamente descomprimido obvio) ahi elegimos instalar el driver aunque no pase la prueba de compatibilidad y listo.
Jumax (DG Member) on 21-Jan-2008
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