3DLabs Oxigen GMX Download Drivers

Available 3 files for Oxigen GMX
Company
3DLabs
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
3DLabs Oxigen GMX
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Language Driver
Multilingual
Size Driver
1.2Mb
File Name
w2k2130602.zip
Info
Prerequisites
=============
Windows 2000 (Beta 3 RC1 build 2000 and later).
Intel Pentium processor or later.

Floppy Disk Contents
====================
This section lists the files that appear on the driver installation
floppy. The driver fits onto a single floppy disk, the disk contains
the following files:-

Disk Filename File Description
==== ======== ================
1 readme.txt This file
1 3DLabs.inf The installation file for the GMX2000
1 multifun.inf The installation file for coprocessors*
1 x86\glintDD.dll The display driver for GMX2000
1 x86\glintMP.sys The miniport driver for GMX2000
1 x86\3DCtrl.dll The Control Panel
1 x86\3DLabMon.inf The monitor timings information file
1 x86\3DLabsMZ.scr The 3DLabs maze screen saver
1 x86\3DUninst.exe The GMX2000 uninstall program
1 x86\multifun.sys The device driver for coprocessors*
1 x86\3DOGLDrv.dll The OpenGL driver for GMX2000

* Windows 2000 requires a device driver for each PCI device on the
adapter. The GMX2000 contains four such devices: a VGA chip (the P2VGA),
a Gamma geometry accelerator chip and two GLiNT MX rasterizer chips. The
GMX2000 driver is installed for the P2VGA device, the other three devices
are each installed as coprocessors and use the multifun driver. The
multifun driver does no work it simply acts as a placeholder for its
device.
Company
3DLabs
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
3DLabs Oxigen GMX
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Language Driver
Multilingual
Size Driver
1.9Mb
File Name
gmx212733.zip
Info
Introduction
============
This Readme describes the above driver for the 3Dlabs Oxygen
GMX board (based on the GLINT GMX 2000 chipset).

Once the driver has been installed the display driver release
number can be determined by starting the Display Applet Control
Panel in Control Panels directory. Select the "3Dlabs" tab and
click on the "Information" button. The Display Driver and OpenGL
version numbers can be found in the Software section. The last
four digits following the "-" uniquely identify your driver
build.
Prerequisites
=============
Windows NT 4.0 (Build No 1381), Service Pack 3 or later is
recommended. DirectX is supported through HAL emulation.
Intel Pentium processor or later.
Company
3DLabs
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
3DLabs Oxigen GMX
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Language Driver
Multilingual
Size Driver
1.2Mb
File Name
w2k2130602.zip
Info
Prerequisites
=============
Windows 2000 (Beta 3 RC1 build 2000 and later).
Intel Pentium processor or later.

Floppy Disk Contents
====================
This section lists the files that appear on the driver installation
floppy. The driver fits onto a single floppy disk, the disk contains
the following files:-

Disk Filename File Description
==== ======== ================
1 readme.txt This file
1 3DLabs.inf The installation file for the GMX2000
1 multifun.inf The installation file for coprocessors*
1 x86\glintDD.dll The display driver for GMX2000
1 x86\glintMP.sys The miniport driver for GMX2000
1 x86\3DCtrl.dll The Control Panel
1 x86\3DLabMon.inf The monitor timings information file
1 x86\3DLabsMZ.scr The 3DLabs maze screen saver
1 x86\3DUninst.exe The GMX2000 uninstall program
1 x86\multifun.sys The device driver for coprocessors*
1 x86\3DOGLDrv.dll The OpenGL driver for GMX2000

* Windows 2000 requires a device driver for each PCI device on the
adapter. The GMX2000 contains four such devices: a VGA chip (the P2VGA),
a Gamma geometry accelerator chip and two GLiNT MX rasterizer chips. The
GMX2000 driver is installed for the P2VGA device, the other three devices
are each installed as coprocessors and use the multifun driver. The
multifun driver does no work it simply acts as a placeholder for its
device.
HelpDrivers Since March 2000