The device id of the v IS , but I can not get the system to pick the ati driver over the generic windows driver, however if I transfer the hard drive on which I have installed the ati driver for the x using the t43 the t43p is able to recognize the v, meaning that, though requiring a bit of an intricate installation process, the t43p is usable with win98 as long as you aren’t too concerned with connecting to the internet at its current state. Nevertheless this is a step forward. Whilst certainly true that it is not designed to run on win98 I don’t see that as a reason to not use it as such if possible. Last edited by OnionLand on Sat Mar 18, I am also fairly certain I can get some other features such as special keys by using second party utilities such as I already have with usb support. I have heard successful stories about using t42 drivers on the t
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As far as 75000 know there are also catalyst drivers with support for the mobility radeon x, x, and x mobile video cards that are compatible with win I am faced with a perplexing situation that needs to be solved, and hence, I am seeking assistance to resolve I have heard successful stories about using t42 drivers on the t Nollaig Shona agus Athbhliain faoi Mhaise Daoibh.
Atti device id of the v ISbut I can not get the system to pick the ati driver over the generic windows driver, however if I transfer the hard drive on which I have installed the ati driver for the x using the t43 the t43p is able to recognize the v, meaning that, though requiring a bit of mobillty intricate installation process, the t43p is usable with win98 as long as you aren’t too concerned with connecting to the internet at its current state.
ATI Mobility Radeon/FireGL drivers (Win98/Me) for IBM Thinkpad
T43 is a reasonably capable machine even by today’s standards if one sticks with operating systems that it was designed for. I have tried for quite some time to install proper video drivers for the laptops, even going so far as to attempt somewhat newer versions of the catalyst suite, using unofficial updates, and win98toME, but with no success. Nevertheless this is a step forward.
Optimally I would like to perform a benchmark test between a win2k installation and the win98 one with my workaround to fully know the differences. From this state the drivers also do not detect my video card.
The performance has not been benchmarked either, so the actual gain may be limited. No registered users and 9 guests. One issue I came across however was that i was unable to install the video drivers which were provided here: It was also not intended to run on win7 or even further than that, but I don’t see that dissuading people from doing so. Who is online Users mobllity this forum: As for ram I will likely only be using the 1gb stick that came with the t43p unit, as the the mb imposed qin98 is fixed with the unofficial patch.
This has enabled me to use true color options as well as to finally resize my screen.
X60T PMs requesting personal tech support will be ignored. Installing windows 98 video driver on t43 with ati video card T4x series specific matters only. I went into this fully aware that I may not be able to run features such mobilith wireless tai etcetera.
Which means that to some approach to circumvent this would need to be taken. It is still very possible that I am missing out on card specific optimizations however.
I got the driver files from this pack – http: My current priority is to make video and sound work to a certain degree. Although x61s with L is pretty old machine, but it is very classic one, recently I were trying to do some search on the L CPU overclock A Blessed Christmas to one and all. Can’t get sound card, network or anything else working.
ATI Catalyst Radeon Display Driver (Windows 98/ME) Driver – TechSpot
The purpose is really to max out the old operating system in laptop form, an excercise which, given the recent popularity of older hardware I’ve found to be surprisingly rare, though there are of course other factors of the thinkpads which made me chose the t43 specifically. As a sidenote installing video drivers on both these laptops works well on windowsand the video devices are detected on ubuntu, so there is nothing wrong with the video cards. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all!
Welcome to the Forum. Last edited by OnionLand on Sat Mar 18, Though I still have not benchmarked the systems I was able to start the relatively recent game deus ex without any issues, achieving a fluid framerate on directx for the few seconds i tried it, meaning that the card is fully usable.
If anyone also has any tips on installing other drivers such as audio drivers I would also be thankful, I have not looked into this as much, so any advice would be nice. The reverse also holds true. I have a Windows 7 key on the bottom of my ThinkPad T I do actually have an old laptop, as well as a pII one, both passive matrix though sadly.