Matrox Matrox M3D Download Drivers

Available 3 files for Matrox M3D
Company
Matrox
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
Matrox Matrox M3D
Description
The latest M3D
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Size Driver
832Kb
File Name
4.1.1.5.002.zip
Info
[Version]
Signature="$CHICAGO$"
Class=MEDIA
Provider=%String0%

;******************************************************************
;The Default directory for installing files is Windows
;PowerVR copies files into the Windows directory (Midas_WindowsFiles)
;and the Windows\System directory (Midas_SystemFiles).
;
;It is recommended that these are not changed.
;
;Midas is the internal name for PowerVR.
;******************************************************************
[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir=10
Midas_WindowsFiles=10
Midas_SystemFiles=11

[Manufacturer]
%String1%=Mfg

;******************************************************************
;From reading the Vendor and Device ID for the board being
;installed, the installer can determine whether it is a PCX1 or PCX2.
;A PCX2 will take the install path set out as Midas5
;A PCX1 will take the install path set out as Midas4
;******************************************************************
[Mfg]
%String23%=Midas5,PCI\VEN_1033&DEV_0046,PCI\VEN_1033&DEV_0046
%String22%=Midas4,PCI\VEN_1033&DEV_002A,PCI\VEN_1033&DEV_002A

;******************************************************************
;The Install Route
;-----------------
;
;Taking the relevent install route (e.g. PCX2 - Midas5)
;the installation process is as follows:
;
;1. Delete Registry settings that may be resident from previous installations.
;2. Delete any files that may be resident and are now redundant.
;3. Copy the relevent files.
;4. Add the new registry settings.
;5. Update the .ini settigns.
;6. Force Windows to reboot (to install any system files in use at time of installation).
;******************************************************************
[Midas5]
DelReg=Midas_DelReg
DelFiles=Midas_DelFiles
CopyFiles=Midas5_WindowsFiles,Midas_SystemFiles
AddReg=Midas5_AddReg
UpdateInis=Midas5_UpdateInis
Restart

[Midas4]
DelReg=Midas_DelReg
DelFiles=Midas_DelFiles
CopyFiles=Midas4_WindowsFiles,Midas_SystemFiles
AddReg=Midas4_AddReg
UpdateInis=Midas4_UpdateInis
Restart
;******************************************************************
;Copy files
;----------
;
;Copy the files into their destined directories.
;Midas5_WindowsFiles = Windows Directory
;Midas_SystemFiles = Systems Directory
Company
Matrox
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
Matrox Matrox M3D
Description
The latest M3D Op for Quake and Hexen II
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Size Driver
113Kb
File Name
glquake1.exe
Info
TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Introduction
2. Included Files
3. Requirements
4. Installation
5. A Note for PCX1 Users
6. Using Different Screen Resolutions
7. Adjusting the Screen Brightness or Gamma
8. Performance Tuning
9. Legal Stuff
1. INTRODUCTION

This version of the PowerVR GL driver is ONLY for Quake I and Hexen II. With
this driver you can now enjoy the improved graphics quality of the OpenGL
option in Quake I on your PowerVR card. This driver, or an updated version
of it, should also work with most, if not all, coming games based on the
Quake I engine.

This driver is unsupported. However we welcome any comments or reports of
bugs that you may have. These should be sent to the email address above.

NOTE: This driver is not an OpenGL driver. It is only an implementation of
a subset of the OpenGL API, sufficient to run GLQuake I and its derivatives.
It is not certified by Silicon Graphics Inc. and has not passed any OpenGL
conformance tests. Do not attempt to use this driver with OpenGL
applications other than those based on the Quake engine, or those which
claim to work with a "GLQuake driver".
2. INCLUDED FILES

OPENGL32.DLL - The PowerVR GL driver for Quake I and Hexen II
README.TXT - This file.
3. REQUIREMENTS

This driver requires the following to be installed and running
on the system:

* Any version of Windows 95
* DirectX 3.0a or later
* PowerVR Windows 95 drivers version 4.0.1 or later
* Quake I or Hexen II

The following is the recommended minimum system requirements:

* A Pentium 133 or better CPU.
* 32 Megabytes of RAM.
* A PowerVR PCX2 card such as the Apocalypse 3Dx or the Matrox m3D.

NOTE: Because this driver uses the FPU (floating point unit) of the CPU
extensively, current non-Intel x86 compatible processors require a
significantly higher clock rate than 133 MHz to match the performance
of a Pentium 133.
4. INSTALLATION

WARNING: Do not copy the driver into your WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory as this
will prevent other OpenGL applications running on your system, including the
Windows OpenGL screen savers.

* Install the game.
* Put the OPENGL32.DLL file from THIS archive into your game's directory.
* From the Video options menu, select "PowerVR OpenGL" as your video driver.
Check the 8-bit texture option as "Yes."
Move the cursor to "Apply" and hit the [Enter] key.
Company
Matrox
Categories
Graphics cards
Model
Matrox Matrox M3D
Description
The latest M3D Op for Quake II
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98
Size Driver
113Kb
File Name
glquake2.exe
Info
TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Introduction
2. Included Files
3. Requirements
4. Installation
5. A Note for PCX1 Users
6. Using Different Screen Resolutions
7. Adjusting the Screen Brightness or Gamma
8. Performance Tuning
9. Legal Stuff
1. INTRODUCTION

This version of the PowerVR GL driver is ONLY for Quake II. With this driver
you can now enjoy the improved graphics quality of the OpenGL option in
Quake II on your PowerVR card. This driver, or an updated version of it,
should also work with most, if not all, coming games based on the Quake II
engine.

This driver is unsupported. However we welcome any comments or reports of
bugs that you may have. These should be sent to the email address above.

NOTE: This driver is not an OpenGL driver. It is only an implementation of
a subset of the OpenGL API, sufficient to run GLQuake II and its derivatives.
It is not certified by Silicon Graphics Inc. and has not passed any OpenGL
conformance tests. Do not attempt to use this driver with OpenGL
applications other than those based on the Quake engine, or those which
claim to work with a "GLQuake II driver".
2. INCLUDED FILES

PVRGL.DLL - The PowerVR GL driver for Quake II
README.TXT - This file.
3. REQUIREMENTS

This driver requires the following to be installed and running
on the system:

* Any version of Windows 95
* DirectX 3.0a or later
* PowerVR Windows 95 drivers version 4.0.1 or later
* Quake II

The following is the recommended minimum system requirements:

* A Pentium 133 or better CPU.
* 32 Megabytes of RAM.
* A PowerVR PCX2 card such as the Apocalypse 3Dx or the Matrox m3D.

NOTE: Because this driver uses the FPU (floating point unit) of the CPU
extensively, current non-Intel x86 compatible processors require a
significantly higher clock rate than 133 MHz to match the performance
of a Pentium 133.
4. INSTALLATION

WARNING: Do not copy the driver into your WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory as this
will prevent other OpenGL applications running on your system, including the
Windows OpenGL screen savers.

For Quake II:

* Install Quake II.
* Put the PVRGL.DLL file from THIS archive into your Quake II directory.
* From the Video options menu, select "PowerVR OpenGL" as your video driver.
Check the 8-bit texture option as "Yes."
Move the cursor to "Apply" and hit the [Enter] key.
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