Avance Logic ALS2228 VLB Download Drivers

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Company
Avance Logic
Categories
Sound Card & Multimedia & MP3
Model
Avance Logic ALS2228 VLB
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-98Se-Me
Version Driver
1.02.000
Size Driver
63Kb
File Name
avance_logic_2301_95.zip
Info
Instructions for Installing an Avance Logic Video Card in Conjunction with
Windows 95

Case1: Windows 95 is not installed on the system and an Avance Logic video
card is Installed on the system motherboard.

1. Install Windows '95 by following the manufacturer's installation
procedure.

2. Double click on the My Computer icon when the installation is
complete to bring up the My Computer window.

3. Double click on the Control Panel icon to bring up the Control
Panel window.

4. Double click on the Display icon to bring up the Display
Properties window.

5. Click on the Settings tab to bring the Settings page of the
Display Properties window to the front.

6. Click on the [Change Display Type] button to bring up the Change
Display Type window.

7. Click on the [Change .....] button in the Adapter Type section of
this window to bring up the Selection Device window.

8. Click on the [Have Disk] button to bring up th Install From Disk
window. Follow the instructions in this window for inserting the
diskette containing the driver into the selected diskette driver
and then click on the [OK] button to bring up another Select
Device window.

9. Insure that "Avance Logic 2301 PCI" is highlighed in the Select
Device window and then click on the [OK] button. The Copying
Files information box will come up indicating that files are
being copied to the hard disk driver. When the copying is
complete, the Change Display Type window will return.

10. Click on the [Change.....] button in the Monitor Type selection
of the Change Display Type window and follow the instructions for
selecting the appropriate monitor type.

11. Click on [Close] button in the Change Display Type window to
bring back the Display Properties window.

12. Select the desired resolution, color, and font size values in the
Display Properties window and then click on the [Apply] button to
bring back the System Settings Change window.

13. Click on the [Yes] button in the System Settings Change window to
restart the system and activate the new settings.

Case 2: Windows 95 is installed on the system and a video card other than an
Avance Logic video card is installed on the system motherboard.
Note: It is recommend that the video mode be set to Standard VGA
before beginning this installation.

1. Power of the system, remove the existing video card, and install
the Avance Logic video card.

2. Power on the system. The New Hardware Found window will be
displayed. In this window, select "Driver from disk provided by
hardware Manufacturer." and then click on the [OK] button to
bring up the Install From Disk window.

3. Follow the instructions in the Install From Disk window for
inserting the diskette containing the driver into the selected
diskette drive and then click on the [OK] button to bring up
Select Device window.

4. Insure that "Avance Logic 2301 PCI" is highlighted in the Select
Device window and then click on the [OK] button. The Copying
Files message box will come up indicating that files are being
copied to the hard disk drive. When the copying is complete, the
Change Display Type window will come up.

5. Click on the [Change .....] button in the monitor Type selection
of the Change Display Type window and follow the instruction for
selecting the appropriate monitor type. This step may be skipped
if the correct monitor type was selected previously.

6. Click on the [Close] button in the Change Display Type window to
bring up the Display Properties window.

7. Select the desired resolution, color, and font size values in
Display Properties window and then click on the [Apply button to
bring back the System Settings Change window.

8. Click on the [Yes] button in the System Settings Change window to
restart the system and activate the new settings.
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