I have since given up on DX 8a beta and gone back to DX 9. If you want to provide input as to how to do certain things and help others, you aren’t going to be able to do it by calling people liars or snapping about staying on topic as in your original post Second, welcome to the forum!! Speaking as an engineer, I think you’d be better to put blame if you really must on product managers who have to decide where to assign engineers’ efforts. Plus I have heard of people who have managed to fool their cards into direct3d mode, but no-one seems to remember how they did it. At the end of the day you should remember that the AV only has like 2 or 2. This thread is meant to help poeple running windows or XP. As for those that have said that it can’t be done, that doesn’t make them liars
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No cliche responces please, chances are I have already tried them. Who is online Users browsing this forum: She does the things you do.
The problem very well might be that the drivers for windows XP and just don’t have the nessisary code to enable the AGP bus or direct3d. I was doing some googling and I ran into an old forum or I dunno what heck was it but there were posts dating back to If I remember right it can change the speed to.
It actually resides on the systems PCI bus. If engineers had been allowed to do it their way, I’m sure they’d get every ounce of performance out of that machine. I do it by setting my clock back and not conecting to the internet I don’t intend on writing any software rasterizers at the current moment because that would be much more work than it would be worth.
I burned both and verified, but when I try to boot Just found this video, and I think you guys might find it interesting:. Using a program called Powertweak, it is possible to enable 1x data transfer and enable AGP sidebanding. It can be run at amazing speeds on this laptop as a result with a bit of tweaking. But they might still be writing those drivers! Users browsing this forum: Please educate me if I’ve misunderstood your proposition, because I’m likely not the nemoagic one who is confused by what you mean to achieve.
The reason that DX 8a beta enables direct3d is because there is a bug that allows d3d acceleration for all chips whether they have support for it or not.
Please do not post in this tread unless it is on the subject!!
Take a look at our ThinkPads. Do you plan to write a new video driver for the AV?
I install windows 98SE and directx 6. If you have information about how you were able to render 3D on a E, many people here would love to hear about it. 2020 Post time Subject Direction: All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by: Isn’t there a Statue of Limitations or something?
I have since given up on DX 8a beta and gone back to DX 9. Board index All times are UTC I seriously wish you the best on that front, but I don’t think any Windows video device driver writers hang out on this list.
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Half Life still abysmal in hardware based D3D mode. As cards became more powerful the software rasterizer was phased out of directx.
I wish someone would hack this driver if I had ASM skill I would have done that my self from another site: If this is true and AGP and direct3d work under windows 98 then it would be possible for me to modify the latest neomagic driver for NT. I have thinkpad e Im going install windows 98 to see if this true.
There is a workaround. If you would like to have direct3d rendering support for your E under windows or XP then you need to use directx 8. There seems to be little conclusive information available readily, and the L doesn’t appear If you want to provide input as to how to do certain things and help others, you aren’t going to be able to do it by calling people liars or snapping about staying on topic as in your original post Second, welcome to the forum!!