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    Antique vidcard drivers?

    Never a dull moment.
    A coworker is having major problems with her PC, so I offered to help get it running again. Among the other things she needs are drivers for her video card (not all her diskettes survived a recent move, so I have to find them). For starters, she bought the PC on QVC around 4 years ago. The video card is made by 'JoyMedia' - the only websites I can find are in German. It's an Apollo 7400 AGP card - anybody have any ideas for finding drivers for this baby? Preferably in English.

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    Re: Antique vidcard drivers?

    If Leif's suggestion doesn't work....try DriverGuide and search the drivers found by members. More than once has that site saved my bacon!!
    -Mark

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    Re: Antique vidcard drivers?

    A Google brought up http://www.joytech.com/product/pd_7400.htm which sounds like it may be your baby.
    (Note #1: Joytech, not JoyMedia...)

    I could not find a link to a driver for it on the site, but there are email links for assistance in the download section.

    Note #2: they include a disclaimer:
    Your use of the driver is at your own risk, we do not guarantee the abnormal operation of system after installation. <img src=/S/laugh.gif border=0 alt=laugh width=15 height=15>

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    Re: Antique vidcard drivers?

    Thanks, Leif - if nothing else, this website will provide some entertainment. I've never heard of them before this...nor any of their products. And names like "Bloody Monster GeForce 4" would be kinda hard to forget. At least I know the Apollo 7400's Pecifications - and my coworker will be able to "enjoy the latest games with unearthing realism."

    And it looks like I can find drivers at the Intel website.

    Thanks, as always, gang -
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    Re: Antique vidcard drivers?

    That is one superb name for a video card!

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