Apollo Graphics Savage 4 Download Drivers

Available 4 files for Savage 4
Company
Apollo Graphics
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
Apollo Graphics Savage 4
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
169Kb
File Name
s3s4w2k.zip
Info
Driver/Application/Utility Components
There are no application components released with this Win2000 driver. The driver components that would comprise the contents of an installation disk are:
S3SAV4.INF
S3SAV4M.SYS
S3SAV4.DLL
S3SAV4.CAT

Registry Keys and Build Switches
This driver was built with the following build switches (additional switches, irrelevant to list here, may be found in the S3GX3.H file labeled for this release):
GX3_MS1_NONSTD_STATUS defined and S3_SAVAGE4_REVB_USE_ALT_STATUS defined as true: this means that Savage4 code will use the ALT_STATUS_WORD_0 register, rather than the STATUS_WORD_0 register.
USE_TILE_Y_RANGE_FLAG is set. This allows, for MS1-only, variation in the amount of bits used for X and Y in the address.
MS1D3D_STRIP: this means that hardware culling is not used.
D_FLUSH defined: flush pending D3D Z and destination writes bit is set.
SUPPORT_DMA is false and BCIUSWC is TRUE: BCI write combining is supported, but DMA is not.
MSMOTION is TRUE: S3 Motion Compensation is provided for Win2000 builds.
SUPPORT_VPE is TRUE: S3 Video Port Extensions are provided for Win2000 builds.
SUPPORT_FLAT_PANEL is TRUE: flat panel support is not enabled.
SUPPORT_GAMMA_CORRECTION is TRUE: Gamma correction is supported, via either S3Gamma or Win2000 built-in support.
Company
Apollo Graphics
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
Apollo Graphics Savage 4
Description
with TV
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Size Driver
1.2Mb
File Name
s3s4tvw9x.zip
Info
This file describes normal display driver installation procedures for
Windows 98. Use these procedures when installing the display drivers
provided in this directory.

DRIVER INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

Click Start, then Settings, then Control Panel.

Start the "Display" applet program.

Select the "Settings" page, push the "Change Display Type" button.

Push the "Change" button in the "Adapter Type" area.

Push the "Have Disk" button and press "OK".

Specify the path to the new driver and press the
key:

Example 1: Insert the drivers disk in the A: floppy drive,
and enter A:\.

Example 2: Type in the name of the directory where you copied
the drivers, either on your local hard drive or
on a network share.

Example 3: If you're not sure exactly where the drivers are,
choose the "Browse..." button are find them.

The "Select Device" dialog box will appear. Select the adapter that
corresponds to the one you installed in your machine and click OK.

Windows 98 will copy the display drivers to the proper directories
on your system.

Continue choosing Close until asked to restart your machine from the
"Systems Settings Change" dialog box.

After the system has restarted, you can go back into the Display
applet and select alternate screen resolutions and color depths.
Company
Apollo Graphics
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
Apollo Graphics Savage 4
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Size Driver
1.3Mb
File Name
s3s4w9x.zip
Info
S3 Savage4 Win98 Driver Version 4.11.01.8008-8.10.31
S3 Refresh Rate Version : 2.01.22
S3 Gamma Utility Version : 1.01.14
S3 SWITCH2 Utility Version : 1.00.11
S3 Color Utility Version : 2.00.04
Bit-Flipped Engineering Release

- 01/17/2000 -

"Distribution of a display driver that contains a Microsoft Certified Bit
set in the binaries and is yet pending the outcome of the WHQL Display Team
testing processes (i.e has not received official WHQL logo certification)
does not indicate, under any circumstances, that WHQL has approved this
driver for logo status. The Certified Bit is set by the IHV prior to WHQL
testing and the driver should be used for testing purposes only."
Company
Apollo Graphics
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
Apollo Graphics Savage 4
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Size Driver
649Kb
File Name
s3s4nt4.zip
Info
Installing your new S3 Video Driver for Windows NT 4.0

1. Start system with Windows NT 4.0 installed.
2. IMPORTANT: When the "Please select the operating system to start..." message
is displayed, select "Windows NT Workstation Version 4.00 [VGA mode]".
3. From "Start", select the "Settings group", then click on the
"Control Panel" icon.
4. In the "Control Panel", double click on the "Display" icon.
5. In the "Settings" screen, click on the "Display Type..." button.
6. From the "Display Type" screen, and in the "Adapter Type" section, click
on the "Change..." button.
7. In the "Change Display" screen, click on the "Have Disk..." button.
8. Insert the new display driver diskette into the A:\ drive, then click on
the "OK" button.
9. From the list of displayed S3 devices, select your S3 device.
10. From "Third-party Drivers", click on the "Yes" button to proceed.
11. If a message appears stating the driver is already installed on the
system, and asks if you want to use the current or new drivers, be sure
to select the "New" button.
12. If prompted for the driver diskette a second time, click on the
"Continue" button.
13. When the message "The drivers were successfully installed" is displayed,
remove the display driver diskette, then click on the "OK" button.
14. Back at the "Display Type" window, click on the "Close" button.
15. Back at the "Display Properties" window, click on the "Close" button.
16. When you see the "System Settings Change" window, asking if you wish to
restart your computer, click on the "Yes" window to reboot now.
HelpDrivers Since March 2000