I found this driver at kentwell.net/rendition/Rv2200-NT5.zip
Really, it doesn't allow me to change the type of my monitor, leaving it to default, but anyway the SVGA is working graphic modes. Perhaps it's worth a try
Already tried it? Give your review.
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|Rendition-v2200-NT5/VRTEVXD.SYS||8.9 KB||9 Oct 1998|
|Rendition-v2200-NT5/VERITEM.SYS||11.5 KB||9 Oct 1998|
|Rendition-v2200-NT5/V2000.DLL||50.7 KB||9 Oct 1998|
|Rendition-v2200-NT5/V2000NT5.INF||14.1 KB||3 May 1998|
|Rendition-v2200-NT5/V20002D.UC||35.0 KB||9 Oct 1998|
|Rendition-v2200-NT5/V2000DD.DLL||14.3 KB||9 Oct 1998|
|Rendition-v2200-NT5/V2000GL.UC||71.3 KB||9 Oct 1998|
|Rendition-v2200-NT5/VERITED.DLL||287.5 KB||9 Oct 1998|