Apollo Graphics EXPERT PLAY 3000 Download Drivers

Available 4 files for EXPERT PLAY 3000
Company
Apollo Graphics
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
Apollo Graphics EXPERT PLAY 3000
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Version Driver
V3.21N
Size Driver
2.1Mb
File Name
savageix298_2k.zip
Info
Driver Installation Procedure for Win2K

Fresh installation:

1. When booting from VGA mode, the OS will automatically "find new hardware".
2. In the "Welcome to the Found New Hardware Wizard" page, click "next".
3. In the "Install Hardware Device Drivers" page, check" Search for
a suitable driver..." which is the default setting, then click "next".
4. In the "Locate Drivers Files" page, check the location from which you want to

install the driver, floppy, CD-ROM, or Specify a location. If you choose
"specify a location", then you should type in the path in the next page
and click "OK".
5. In the "Drivers Files Search Results" page, Windows2000 should locate
the driver you specified, and will display the path in the window. Just
click"Next".
6. In the next page which asks whether you want to install the driver,
just click "yes".
7. The driver will be installed. A final window will be displayed:"Completing
the Found New Hardware Wizard." At this window, just select "Finish".
8. The driver should now be installed. You can right click your mouse,
selecting "Properties". In the "Display Properties" window, select "settings" and
choose the display settings you prefer.
Company
Apollo Graphics
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
Apollo Graphics EXPERT PLAY 3000
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-Me
Version Driver
V3.21N
Size Driver
1.6Mb
File Name
savageix298_9x.zip
Company
Apollo Graphics
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
Apollo Graphics EXPERT PLAY 3000
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Version Driver
V3.21N
Size Driver
2.4Mb
File Name
savageix298_nt.zip
Info
Windows NT
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These drivers must be installed by a user with Windows NT Administrator
privileges. Consult your system administrator or Microsoft Windows NT User's Manual
for more information on Administrator privileges.

1 Start Microsoft Windows NT 4.0.

2 Click the Start button on the control bar, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.

3 Double-click Display, click the Settings tab, click Display Type, then click Change.

4 Insert the NVIDIA NT Driver Library Installation Disk 1 into the 3.5" floppy drive, then click Have Disk.

5 Select or type the path to the 3.5" floppy drive, then click OK.

Windows should find files for your NVIDIA graphics chip. If Windows cannot
find the files, check that the path name for the diskette is correct and
that the correct diskette is inserted in it.

6 If Windows found the files, select OK.

7 Click yes when Windows NT informs you that you are installing a third party driver and
asks if you wish to proceed

Windows NT copies the files to the hard disk.

8 Click OK, click Close, then click Close.

9 Remove diskettes from the diskette drive, then click Yes when Windows NT asks
if you wish to restart the computer.
Company
Apollo Graphics
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
Apollo Graphics EXPERT PLAY 3000
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Version Driver
V3.21N
Size Driver
2.2Mb
File Name
savageix298_xp.zip
Info
Driver Installation Procedure for WinXP

Fresh installation (no S3 Graphics driver already installed for your hardware):
==============================================================================

1. When booting from VGA mode, the operating system will automatically
detect the new display device, and will launch the "Found New Hardware
Wizard" application to help you with installation of the display driver.
2. Put your installation disk into the floppy drive (or CD-ROM drive, if
installing from a CD-ROM), and click "Next", electing to "Install the
software automatically".
3. The operating system will search the drives and find the display driver
software. If the device information in the display driver .INF file
matches the display hardware, the installation will begin, and the
driver files will be copied to the hard disk.
4. If you are installing a driver that has not yet passed Windows Logo
testing, you will see a warning screen. If you wish to continue with
the installation, select "Continue Anyway".
5. When all the driver files have been copied, you will see the window
"Completing the Found New Hardware Wizard". Click "Finish" to close
the window.
6. The driver should now be installed. You can right click the mouse,
selecting "Properties". In the "Display Properties" window, select
"Settings" and choose the display settings you prefer.
HelpDrivers Since March 2000