I was ignorant of that. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. Try this link, I think they are the cat 3. The Omega drivers might be an improvement, but I found those to be only slightly less flaky than the official Catalyst drivers. With that being said, if you’re confident you won’t be playing any titles that need 8-bit palettized textures, maybe try a driver version that’s somewhat period-correct for better performance I normally use Catalyst 3.
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Win 98 ATI Mobility Radeon 9000/9100 IGP [Don’t laugh :)]
Google [Bot] and 3 guests. Find More Posts by somms. I’d be very interested to hear some responses. Find More Posts by Denox. Now I can plan to order my new notebook Dec 12, This site hosts no abandonware. Try this link, I think they are the cat 3. Mobility Fire GL Board index All times are UTC. Under Win9x, Radeon R cards don’t support table fog or 8-bit palletized textures. Other than what I’ve mentioned earlier, it’s going pretty well so far. All times are GMT In my experience, there isn’t a “best” Radeon R driver for Win9x.
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User Name Remember Me? Nov 28, Login or Register to remove this ad. The performance isn’t generally quite as good as it is in his R Pro review. This card thankfully works, unlike the R I had gotten before.
Phil from PhilsComputerLab mentioned one time how performance under Win98 can fluctuate depending on the driver version you use. You make me happy for all the day!!!
I checked during a few hours all over internet to find drivers for Win98, without success. Use at your own risk! Dear all, A question Mobility Radeon Drivers.
Thanks for the info you all have been giving me so far. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. I was ignorant of that.
I could only find drivers for Windows XP With that being said, if you’re confident you won’t be playing any titles that need 8-bit palettized textures, maybe try a driver version that’s somewhat period-correct for better performance I normally use Catalyst 3. Thanks for the info regarding R vs R 9xxx series cards. I still have old softwares that only works on Win9x There isn’t even a good one.