S3 inc. rio64V2 Turbo Driver Download

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Supported Models

S3 Inc. Trio64V2 Driver

S3 inc. rio64V2 Turbo Driver



Supported Operating Systems

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

File Name

Uploader Notes

For Win3.1, Win9x

Drivers for S3 775, Trio64 v2 +, Trio64 v2+Turbo

Uploaded By

Link (DG Member) on 16-Dec-1999

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
S3VDDT.VX_ 11.1 KB 14 Oct 1996
S3REFRE.IN_ 5.3 KB 14 Feb 1997
S3COLOR.CP_ 28.0 KB 17 Dec 1996
VERSION 73 bytes 27 Mar 1997
S3TRIO.INF 9.3 KB 26 May 1997
SETUP31.INS 5.1 KB 14 Nov 1996
DISK.VER 153 bytes 21 May 1997
SETUP95.INS 1.8 KB 14 Nov 1996
S3INFO.VX_ 1.5 KB 9 Sep 1996
SETUP.EXE 56.3 KB 2 Feb 1997
S3_32.DL_ 52.7 KB 5 Mar 1997
LZEXPAND.DLX 9.9 KB 10 Mar 1992
S3_2.DR_ 78.2 KB 6 Apr 1997
S3_32T.DL_ 42.9 KB 14 Oct 1996
8811_SWC.IN_ 6.4 KB 28 Aug 1996
S3_REFRE.DL_ 37.1 KB 23 Dec 1996
8811_DIG.IN_ 5.9 KB 12 Jul 1996
S3VDD.VX_ 11.9 KB 5 Mar 1997
METER.DLL 9.2 KB 23 Dec 1994
OS2.TXT 6.9 KB 20 Jun 1997
S3COLOR.HL_ 3.3 KB 17 Dec 1996
VER.DL_ 6.3 KB 10 Mar 1992
nt.txt 3.3 KB 20 Jun 1997
S3_2T.DR_ 75.8 KB 25 Feb 1997
S3COLOR.CF_ 3.1 KB 4 Dec 1996
8811_HWC.IN_ 6.0 KB 12 Jul 1996

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