3dfx 3500 16MB AGP TV Tuner Driver Download

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Supported Models

3dfx 3500 16MB AGP TV Tuner Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name

amigasport-win2k_xp-30.zip (6.4 MB)



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Uploader Notes

Downloaded from: www.falconfly.de/voodoo3-3500.htm with source cited as:www.3dfxzone.it

This is the amigasport driver for the 3dfx 3500 TV Tuner on W2k/XP.You will not get any .ini errors or such;Documentation inside also states it will function for the 2000@3000 Cards.File is 6.13 zipped self extract .Rar file that expands to 12.3 MB I installed this on a clean install/Dual Boot/W98/XP Pro/Dimension 4100 with out a hitch.Watching TV/w SOUND on XP drivers from this package and on 98SE with drivers from DG for 98' I intalled the Virtual Reality 3.0 from DG on both.Getting all of my basic cable channles with sound.Any questions concerning it I will be glad to help; my email I.D. is "YEARS OLD and VALID" "Just like ME"

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G Gordon (DG Member) on 22-May-2009

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
amigasport3.0finalbuildfull.exe 6.4 MB 26 Oct 2003

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