Diamond Stealth II S220 Display Download Drivers

Available 2 files for Stealth II S220 Display
Company
Diamond
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
Diamond Stealth II S220 Display
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Version Driver
4.10.01.0110
Size Driver
2.1Mb
File Name
sii95110.exe
Company
Diamond
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
Diamond Stealth II S220 Display
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows NT
Version Driver
4.00.1381.0101g
Size Driver
574Kb
File Name
siint4101.exe
Info
Release Notes
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This is the Diamond Stealth II S220 Series Windows NT4.0 Display Drivers
version 4.00.1381.0101h.

Installation Notes
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You must have Windows NT 4.0 installed with the Standard VGA driver (640x480x16)
before you install the Diamond Stealth II S220 Series NT 4.0 drivers. If you
are running a different graphics mode please re-configure for Standard VGA.

Installing the Windows NT 4.0 Driver
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1. Open the Windows NT Control Panel or right-click on your desktop and choose
Properties.

2. Click on the Settings tab.

3. Click the Display Type... button.

4. Click the Change... button

5. Click the Have Disk... button.

6. In the space labeled Copy manufacturers files from, type D:\NT4 (where D: is the letter of your CD-ROM drive). You may also click on the Browse
button and navigate out to the CD-ROM and find the NT4 folder that way.

7. Next click OK when you see the driver entry:
"Diamond Multimedia Systems, Inc. Stealth II Series"

8. A "Third-party Drivers" dialog box will appear, select Yes to proceed, then
click OK.

9. Now select Close twice.

10. "System Settings Change" dialog box will appear, select Yes to restart the
computer.

11. Once Windows NT 4.0 restarts, you will have successfully installed the
software for your Diamond Stealth II S220 board.

Note: By default, the installed resolution is 640x480x8 at 60Hz. From this point
on, you can change your resolution/color depth by using the Display Icon in
the Control Panel. If you select the List All Modes button you will see all
available resolutions and refresh rates. Use the Test option before changing
resolutions so you can confirm that the selected refresh rate and resolution
is supported by your monitor.
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