Trident Video Accelerator 9525DVD 5.6010 Driver Download

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Trident Video Accelerator 9525DVD 5.6010 Driver Download
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Supported Models

Trident Cyber9525DVD PCI/AGP (W98.23) Driver

Trident Cyber9525DVD PCI/AGP v481053.50.03 Driver

Trident Video Accelerator 9525DVD 5.6010 Driver

Trident Video Accelerator 9525DVD 5.6010.22 Driver

Manufacturers

Trident

Supported Operating Systems

Other

File Name

Trident_9525..zip (2.3 MB)

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Uploader Notes

This zip file contains VGA drivers for Win98/Win2000/NT40 platforms. I had installed it on my Win98 system, and it worked like a charm.

Hope it would work for you as well.

Uploaded By

Ellen (DG Member) on 4-Dec-2003

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
TMC/web/Driver/VGA/9525/Winnt40.zip 386.0 KB 16 Mar 2001
TMC/web/Driver/VGA/9525/Win98.zip 1.4 MB 16 Mar 2001
TMC/web/Driver/VGA/9525/Win2000.zip 542.7 KB 16 Mar 2001

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