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Graphics Problem With S3 Prosavage DDR


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I have a P4 2.0 GHz , 512 MB DDR PC with onboard 32MB Shared Graphics Memory Support. & S3 Prosavage DDR Graphic Driver, Asus P4Mxx series mother board....i have installed once a game...TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES 2003....but it was not running slightly...stickying each time when i played it.....while when i installed same game on a CELERON 1.7 GHz, 128 RAM, Mercury Mother Board, Intel Chipset & just 8 MB onboard graphics Memory Supported pc...it was running smoothly!!!!!! so what the problem with my P4 2.0 GHz...32 MB onboard pc?????
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you may need to find an updated driver for your S3

maybe this link might help..goodluck

http://www.viaarena.com/default.aspx?PageI...60&SubCatID=112

if thats not the one you need then search using google

This is the 13.94.33 build. for winxp (Or, if you prefer, the 6.14.10.33 version.) This expects DirectX 9 to be installed

uninstall old driver before installing a new one.

be sure to create a restore point beforehand.

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i have the newer version of my graphics handler ( S3 Prosavage ) and also having DirectX 9.0c although i having the problem!! :( ....and other thing...i played the game to very very low resolution 640X 480..with no extra details....but it didnt work!

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likely its still the driver that needs fixing and the makers never addressed that specific problem yet, possible they never will, likely all you can do is send S3 a tech support email, maybe they can help further but if their like nvidia then dont hold ur breath on that responce.

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I had a similar problem.On my motherboard's drivers CD I discovered a hidden folder called "Installation".Inside, among other files was a virus named "reboot".The virus cannot be discovered by scanning the CD, but scanning the HDD after installing drivers.To avoid the virus installation, after installing Windows, I copied the drivers on the HDD and run them from there.

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