I mean, XP -did- detect it just fine, but it couldn’t use it or something. ISA was still the king of the day.. I bought an ATI Xpert Any chance this thing could run as a secondary video card under XP? Mon Jan 21, What card did you then go to?
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I mean, XP -did- detect it just fine, but it couldn’t use it or something.
It’s not that great, but it was fairly cheap. Time to look for a decent Matrox or something.
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mach46 Jun 24, Posts: I never resolved the problem and eventually gave up. Apr 12, Posts: Hey, I was digging through my old junk and ran across an old ATI card I tried using it for a secondary display in Windows 98, and it worked fine. Apr 18, Posts: Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius et Subscriptor.
Or did you just give up on the secondary display stuff?
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Sun Jan 20, 8: So, I just put a 16 meg 3dfx banshee card in instead. I bought an ATI Xpert I’m curious if a Matrox card would be something good for this I have an ATI Mach 64 card. Any chance this thing could run as a secondary video card under XP?
I may be wrong, but isn’t before PCI? 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.
I tried to use that exact same card as a secondary monitor in XP, with pcu the same results “Could not start device” or some other such nonsense. Mon Jan 21, 3: Aug 23, Posts: Mon Jan 21, It’s been a while. May 14, Posts: Anyway, it should be useable as a secondary card, assuming you can get XP drivers for it; I guess it’s old enough that XP should have some kind of “legacy” support for it.
What to do with this ATI Mach64 PCI?
ISA was still the king of the day. When I switched to Windowsthough clean installI had the same problem–the system detected and identified the card fine, but it wouldn’t start.
Sun Jan 20, Ars Praefectus et Subscriptor. Pentium systems never used anything but PCI. Tremek Ars Tribunus Militum Registered: Aug 14, Posts: MostlyHarmless Ars Praefectus Registered: Mon Jan 21, 6: