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Your ACER D270 seems to have a Diamondville N270 Atom processor on the usual intel chipset with integrated graphics. It should be a netbook actually, smaller then a laptop.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Atom_processors#"Diamondville"_(45_nm)

I stored this intel graphics driver for use with an N280 Atom netbook, and it could run some Direct X games:

https://www.mediafire.com/file/bjrem67xjmizvt5/VGA_iGMA950_WinXP_v6.14.10.4926.zip/file

(VGA iGMA950 WinXP v6.14.10.4926.zip, 17 MB, 15-02-2008)

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23 hours ago, gerwin said:

Your ACER D270 seems to have a Diamondville N270 Atom processor on the usual intel chipset with integrated graphics. It should be a netbook actually, smaller then a laptop.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Atom_processors#"Diamondville"_(45_nm)

I stored this intel graphics driver for use with an N280 Atom netbook, and it could run some Direct X games:

https://www.mediafire.com/file/bjrem67xjmizvt5/VGA_iGMA950_WinXP_v6.14.10.4926.zip/file

(VGA iGMA950 WinXP v6.14.10.4926.zip, 17 MB, 15-02-2008)

I have an intel GMA 3600 and in the driver you sent you will find:

-Intel 946GZ
-Intel G35
-Intel G965
-Intel Q965/963
-Intel 82945G
-Intel G33/31
-Intel Q33
-Intel Q35
-MOBILE INEL 945
-MOBILE INTEL 965

Which one is the right one?

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1 hour ago, Welder said:

MOBILE INTEL 945

For Atom N270 Chipset, the above quoted hardware.

EDIT, hold on, I think we have mismatch, and that both your systems actually have a newer Atom model CPU, compared to the Atom N270/N280 that I first got as a search result.

"GMA 3600, This integrated graphics system was released in Intel Atom (Cedar Trail, 32 nm) and based on PowerVR SGX545"

See this topic, which seems to be an exact match of the issue at hand:

https://community.intel.com/t5/Graphics/Intel-R-Graphics-Media-Accelerator-3600-Series-WINDOWS-XP-driver/td-p/214041

In the last post there, there is a working 4shared link to "intel® graphics media accelerator 3600 series - winxp-x86-sp3.zip". If that does not work either, I don't know what to suggest.

I remember, back in the day I got an Atom N280 Netbook especially because Netbooks with newer Atom CPU's/Chip-sets were dropping Windows XP driver support.

 

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8 hours ago, gerwin said:

For Atom N270 Chipset, the above quoted hardware.

EDIT, hold on, I think we have mismatch, and that both your systems actually have a newer Atom model CPU, compared to the Atom N270/N280 that I first got as a search result.

"GMA 3600, This integrated graphics system was released in Intel Atom (Cedar Trail, 32 nm) and based on PowerVR SGX545"

See this topic, which seems to be an exact match of the issue at hand:

https://community.intel.com/t5/Graphics/Intel-R-Graphics-Media-Accelerator-3600-Series-WINDOWS-XP-driver/td-p/214041

In the last post there, there is a working 4shared link to "intel® graphics media accelerator 3600 series - winxp-x86-sp3.zip". If that does not work either, I don't know what to suggest.

I remember, back in the day I got an Atom N280 Netbook especially because Netbooks with newer Atom CPU's/Chip-sets were dropping Windows XP driver support.

 

Not work only Acceleration 3D.

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1 hour ago, Welder said:

Not work only Acceleration 3D.

Yeah. Bummer.

At the time, these Atom systems seemed like compact and fun systems to toy around with..  But I figured Windows 7 would make it an annoyingly slow experience at times, so I never considered any Atom system again...

Did toy around with an AMD E-350 nettop with Windows XP. Which is in the same class, but slightly more desirable: Much better 3D, but the CPU is almost as slow as the early Atoms.

 

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