Trident is pretty complicated to install. This is a self extracting file, but you can right click it and extract it to any folder in your drive. If you made a mistake with the installation, boot windows to safe mode and under device manager, revert the driver to STANDARD GRAPHICS ADAPTER. Restart and boot normally, then install this driver.
That should work!
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|TRID_D3D.dll||407.6 KB||24 Sep 1998|
|TRIDENT.VXD||38.1 KB||17 Sep 1998|
|Tdisplus.dll||479.7 KB||25 Sep 1998|
|COMMBIOS.DLL||18.7 KB||2 Jun 1998|
|TRID_D3D.drv||129.2 KB||24 Sep 1998|
|DVIDEO.DLL||25.6 KB||12 Dec 1995|
|TRID98.INF||3.7 KB||8 Apr 2002|
|VGARTD.VXD||25.1 KB||24 Feb 1998|
|trident.dat||97 bytes||16 Feb 1998|
|TGUI9X5.DLL||22.9 KB||21 Sep 1998|
|TRID_VMX.DLL||10.0 KB||27 Mar 1998|
|CHIPMAP7.CFG||1.1 KB||19 May 1998|
|TRID_KEY.DLL||8.7 KB||9 Jul 1998|
|THOTKEY.VxD||14.7 KB||13 Jul 1998|