ATI MACH64 PCI XP DRIVER
Sun Jan 20, Nebob Ars Tribunus Militum Registered: I tried to use that exact same card as a secondary monitor in XP, with exactly the same results “Could not start device” or some other such nonsense. It must be something on the card that’s c , not the card itself. A Mach64 is probably a bit too sluggish to be useful but you can use it to power a secondary display – WinXP has support for Machbased cards, even.
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Apr 12, Posts: Time to look for a decent Matrox or something.
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XP didn’t even see that one, I think. Nebob Ars Tribunus Militum Registered: Or did you just give up on the secondary xo stuff? What card did you then go to?
I never resolved the problem and eventually gave up. So, I just put a 16 meg 3dfx banshee card in instead.
Mon Jan 21, 2: Sun Jan 20, 8: Ars Praefectus et Subscriptor. Mon Jan 21, 6: You know you want to find out too. Regarding the ATI card: I have an ATI Wti 64 card.
I tried to use that exact same card as a secondary monitor in XP, with exactly the same results “Could not start device” or some other such nonsense. Aug 14, Posts: Any chance this thing could run as a secondary video card under XP?
Download ATI Technologies Inc. mach64 CT PCI
Sun Jan 20, I tried using it for a secondary display in Windows 98, and it worked fine. Aug 23, Posts: Mon Jan 21, May 14, Posts: Pentium systems never used atl but PCI.
Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius et Subscriptor. It ought to run dosquake ok with a vesa Jun 24, Posts: I mean, XP -did- detect it just fine, but it couldn’t use it or something.
I may be wrong, but isn’t before PCI? It’s been a while. I bought an ATI Xpert I’m curious if a Matrox card would be something good for this Anyway, it should be useable as a secondary card, assuming you can get XP drivers for it; I guess it’s old enough macu64 XP should have some kind of “legacy” support for it.
Hey, I was digging through my old junk and ran across an old ATI card A Mach64 is probably a bit too sluggish to be useful but you can use it to power a secondary display – WinXP has support for Machbased cards, even. Hell, 5 years after introduction, inPCI cards were still very expensive in comparison.