Is there any way to use a graphics card, without a driver?
I have an old graphics card (very old, its a Righteous 3D graphics card) and I have it in my computer, which is a Vista, yet this company stopped making drivers after windows 95.
Since my motherboard doesn't support any decent graphics cards, I still want to make use of this graphics card, so is there a way to use a graphics card, without its driver?
My computer has an onboard graphics chip, but well, it sucks.
Thanks a lot, and I really hope you know the answer to this, I don't have a bad processor, but the lack of GPU gives really low performance in games.
Have you check this website for drivers?
Hope it works! Supposedly for XP, Vista or 7.
That driver is for Windows 98SE, whatever that is... The picture that says 'download' at the bottom, above 'Vista/windows 7' is jut that - a picture for an ad.
I searched around everywhere for an update
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You see where it says "Driver Information".
In the table is "company", "model", "operating system". In the next cell is "file". You will see an executable link ending in .exe. That should be the download you want. May be what you need.
I know, but i click it and nothing happens, which is probably because it wont work on my operating system...
try this site.
http://www.pcdriverupdate.com/videodriv … index.html
Thats another one of those 'driver scan' programs, they just scan it then make you pay for the full thing
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