Appian Graphics Appian B1 Coprocessor for Jeronimo 2000 Driver Download

Download the latest version of the Appian B1 Coprocessor for Jeronimo 2000 driver for your computer's operating system. This version of "w2kv102p3.ZIP" is rated (3 out of 5 stars) based on 40 downloads and 4 reviews. The uploader reports that this update will work successfully on PCs running Windows XP. The total disk space used for this update is 838.1 KB.

4 Ratings

Supported Models

Jernimo 2000 AGP/PCI

3Dlabs Gamma Coprocessor for Jeronimo 2000

Appian B1 Coprocessor for Jeronimo 2000

Appian Jeronimo 2000 Win2K[w2kv102p3]


Appian Graphics

3D Labs

Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP, Windows 2000

File Name



Additional Notes

Son para AGP y PCI.

Solo win2k y debera funcionar para XP.

Uploaded By

sbelmont (DG Member) on 1-Aug-2013

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
3DOGLDRV.DL_ 466.4 KB 17 Mar 1998
ApMultfn.inf 2.6 KB 22 Dec 1999
ApMultfn.sys 9.2 KB 12 May 1999
P3disk1.tag 20 bytes 22 Feb 2000
P3nt5.inf 9.2 KB 25 May 2000
p3nt50.sys 140.7 KB 22 May 2000
p3nt5d.dll 859.3 KB 22 May 2000
readme.txt 5.5 KB 25 May 2000

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