Chips and Technologies Chips Video Accelerator(64300/10 65535/40/45/48/50/54/55) Driver Download

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Chips Video Accelerator(64300/10 65535/40/45/48/50/54/55)


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Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95

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C&T driver for a DUAL ERA1000 laptop (also known as 'Diablo' in Germany).

I found that setting the display to 1024x768 immediately after install resulted in a horizontally-compressed display, with mouse-clicks not being mapped properly.

HOWEVER (in desparation) I tried increasing the display to its maximum (1280x1024 - which I didn't expect to work, as 800x600 and 1024x768 didn't). This, to my wonder, not only worked correctly, but also allowed me to drop back down to 1024x768 (and also a newly available intermediate, 1024x600), with no problem. 800x600 still doesn't disply correctly.

Note that WVIDUTIL.EXE mis-identifies this chip as an 82C451, and that the DOS util says it is not C&T!!!

Uploaded By

Daniel Harrison (DG Member) on 13-Mar-2002

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
Era1000/VGA/65555/WINNT40/CHIPS.DLL 134.7 KB 7 Nov 1997
Era1000/VGA/65555/WINNT40/CNTNTDSP.DAT 26.1 KB 7 Nov 1997
Era1000/VGA/65555/WINNT40/TXTSETUP.OEM 3.3 KB 7 Nov 1997
Era1000/VGA/65555/WINNT40/CNTNTDSP.DLL 42.5 KB 7 Nov 1997
Era1000/VGA/65555/WINNT40/INSTALL.TXT 3.1 KB 7 Nov 1997
Era1000/VGA/65555/WINNT40/DISK1 19 bytes 7 Nov 1997
Era1000/VGA/65555/WINNT40/CHIPS.SYS 44.0 KB 7 Nov 1997
Era1000/VGA/65555/WINNT40/RELNOTE.TXT 6.8 KB 7 Nov 1997
Era1000/VGA/65555/WINNT40/OEMSETUP.INF 3.0 KB 7 Nov 1997

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