3Dfx Voodoo2 3D Accelerator Driver Download

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Supported Models


Voodoo2 3D Accelerator



Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name


1.00.01 (2000-03-02) via .inf

Uploader Notes

Win 2000 driver works on windows xp.

Extract driver in temp directory. Update driver from device manager. Just point driver update to the voodoo2.inf in your temp directory. Seems to work better than it did from win98 or win_me.

Uploaded By

Chris (DG Member) on 19-Nov-2001

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Device Hardware IDs


Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
glide2x.dll 226.3 KB 28 Jan 2000
Csh.dll 50.2 KB 12 Oct 1999
readme.txt 2.4 KB 2 Mar 2000
Voodoo2.inf 5.2 KB 2 Mar 2000
3dfxSpl3.dll 1.1 MB 16 Oct 1999
3dfxV2ps.dll 590.3 KB 17 Jan 2000
license.txt 6.1 KB 28 Jan 2000
3dfxVGL.dll 1.3 MB 27 Jan 2000
glide3x.dll 256.5 KB 17 Jan 2000
3dfxSpl2.dll 1.1 MB 16 Oct 1999
fxptl.sys 6.9 KB 14 Dec 1999
NTREMAP.SYS 6.3 KB 14 Dec 1999
fxgpio.sys 5.5 KB 14 Dec 1999
manifest.txt 428 bytes 2 Mar 2000
fxoem2x.dll 47.1 KB 28 Jan 2000

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