3Dfx Voodoo2 3D Driver Download

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Supported Models

Voodoo 2 Driver

Voodoo2 3D Driver




Supported Operating Systems

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

File Name

V2_win2k.exe (2.5 MB)

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Uploader Notes

Windows 2000 Voodoo 2 reference drivers. The help file doesn't work, but it installs fine without it. Works fine with my "no-name" brand V2.

Not sure on performance, but hey...it works. E-mail if you need help.

Uploaded By

Adrian (DG Member) on 5-Dec-2003

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
3DfxSpl3.dll 1.1 MB 29 Apr 1999
README.TXT 431 bytes 18 Oct 1999
GLIDE3X.DLL 255.0 KB 29 Apr 1999
GLIDE2X.DLL 225.8 KB 29 Apr 1999
Csh.dll 50.2 KB 29 Apr 1999
FXPTL.SYS 6.9 KB 29 Apr 1999
VOODOO2.INF 3.9 KB 25 Nov 1998
FXOEM2X.DLL 47.1 KB 29 Apr 1999
winrar204.exe 484.5 KB 23 Dec 1998
3DfxV2ps.dll 750.1 KB 29 Apr 1999
v2bfixwin2k.rar 919.9 KB 21 Dec 1999
RICHED20.DLL 294.7 KB 21 Feb 1997
FXGPIO.SYS 5.5 KB 29 Apr 1999
NTREMAP.SYS 6.3 KB 29 Apr 1999

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Step 1 - Download Your Driver

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