Chips and Technologies Chips Video Accelerator (65545/48/50/54/55 68554 69000) Driver Download

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Supported Models

65550 pci

Chips Video Accelerator (65545/48/50/54/55 68554 69000)


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Uploader Notes

i needed this for my laptop so i dont know if its any good for any desktop machines but just in case, ere it is.

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jon matthews (DG Member) on 7-Feb-2001

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
SW.EXE/CHIPSDAT.CPQ 26.1 KB 9 Sep 1998
SW.EXE/CHIPSD.DLL 140.1 KB 9 Sep 1998
SW.EXE/CNTNTDSP.DAT 26.1 KB 9 Sep 1998
SW.EXE/CHPSTART.EXE 39.4 KB 9 Sep 1998
SW.EXE/DESC.TXT 104 bytes 20 May 1999
SW.EXE/CNTNTDSP.DLL 48.6 KB 9 Sep 1998
SW.EXE/INSTALL.TXT 3.1 KB 9 Sep 1998
SW.EXE/DISK1 19 bytes 9 Sep 1998
SW.EXE/CHIPSM.SYS 47.1 KB 9 Sep 1998
DESC.TXT 104 bytes 20 May 1999
LICENSE.TXT 4.5 KB 27 May 1997

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