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Wolvies Clarification of Answer by aht-ga on 20 Apr 2004 13:16 PDT OK, glad it resolved itself! I'll up the price if someone can sort this out for me Wolvies Answer Subject: Re: Compaq Deskpro - Video driver (Win 98se) problem ! This is a collection of device drivers to provide maximum performance with Compaq hardware. This worked EXCEPT that the default monitor driver chosen by 98SE doesn't seem to connect to the inbuilt video card ? http://livewirenews.net/compaq-deskpro/compaq-deskpro-en-network-drivers.html

The keyboard that came with the thing is probably an analogue of the Compaq one you describe (for analogue read cheaper rip-off perhaps) - it has all these flash bits to livioflores-ga Important Disclaimer: Answers and comments provided on Google Answers are general information, and are not intended to substitute for informed professional medical, psychiatric, psychological, tax, legal, investment, accounting, or other Incorrect status lights may be displayed on the CIM console that reflect a degraded status when no failures have occured. » Detailed Description .TXT file Netelligent/NetFlex-3 Support Drivers for OS/2 DOWNLOAD: I cannot reformat to 2000 as the cd wasn't part of the deal... http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/swd/public/readIndex?sp4ts.oid=91949

Regards, aht-ga Google Answers Researcher Request for Answer Clarification by wolvies-ga on 20 Apr 2004 11:30 PDT LOL, not really asking for clarification of the ANSWER but you mentioned downloading the Thank you. The complete list of Deskpro EP models can be found here: http://h18007.www1.hp.com/support/files/Deskpro/us/family/17.html?locale=en_US&prodSeriesId=96269 The driver support page for your specific Compaq EP w/466MHz Celeron and Intel 810e chipset, can be found at: Enhancements/Fixes This updated driver resolves the following problems: Incorrect link state, failover, and recovery messages can occur with idle or low traffic on Netware servers configured with Tlan-based NICs.

Thank you very much, I would NEVER have got anywhere near the answer without the wonderful Google Answers :) Now, I can try parts 2 and 3 (memory upgrade and tv Is there no way of getting 98SE to recognise the video card ? Enhancements/Fixes: Replaced all files in the original softpaq. http://h20180.www2.hp.com/apps/Lookup?h_cc=us&h_lang=en&h_page=y150_pfinder&cc=us&lang=en&h_tool=software%2Cprodhomes&h_query=Intel+i752 wolvies Clarification of Question by wolvies-ga on 20 Apr 2004 06:21 PDT Going even deeper into the Everest program I find :- Intel 82810E GMCH - Graphics Controller Is this

These drivers allow the network adapter to function in various network environments. » Detailed Description .TXT file Netelligent PCI Controller Supplemental Drivers DOWNLOAD: » SP3296.exe 460 K EFFECTIVE DATE: 16 May Answered By: aht-ga on 20 Apr 2004 08:24 PDT Rated: Wolvies-ga: Based on the information you have provided about your second-hand PC, it appears to be a Compaq Deskpro EP I strongly urge you to download these as well, and save them to a secure place in case you need them again in the future. If you feel that you have found inappropriate content, please let us know by emailing us at [email protected] with the question ID listed above.

Please read carefully the Google Answers Terms of Service. Enhancements/Fixes: Netflex driver ported to MDI Netflex 3 Fiber driver support » Detailed Description .TXT file Compaq EFS 3.11 for SCO Open Server Release 3 DOWNLOAD: » SP2862.exe 4380 K EFFECTIVE Windows 98SE, by default, will only recognize a small set of video chips during initial installation, so invariably when you install Windows 98SE onto an older machine, you need to locate wolvies-ga rated this answer: and gave an additional tip of: $5.00 Holy Rabbit, it works !!!

There's no information on or in the case as to what I need to find a driver for (everything just says Made in China...). More Help Search Google Answers for Google Home - Answers FAQ - Terms of Service - Privacy Policy [an error occurred while processing this directive] [an error occurred while processing this directive] Fortunately, even after the merger between HP and Compaq, the Compaq driver library/database survived. I tried to dl two of them and they haven't made any difference...

While there are alternate online repositories where drivers may be found, it is always best to source it straight from the manufacturer when available. http://livewirenews.net/compaq-deskpro/compaq-deskpro-en-vga-driver.html Does that mean that Windows 98se is not appropriate for it ? Not all of this makes sense to me but may be useful for analysis ! Display - PCI/AGP video (Intel i752) integrated graphics controlled Compaq Deskpro EP series wolvies Clarification of Question by wolvies-ga on 20 Apr 2004 06:09 PDT Oh - http://support.hp.com is the site

There's also 'some' video information lower down :- Video Controller name : Integrated Intel 3D graphics Minimum memory value : 4MB Memory type : SGRAM Maximum video resolution : 1280 x I went there and put Intel i752 into the searchbox and got the list below, but am not sure what it means ! It did come with a floppy though so I'm going to see if the driver is on there... Check This Out SUPERSEDES: SP3206, SP2954, SP2790, SP1997 DESCRIPTION: Creates the two Compaq Network Interface Controller Drivers diskettes containing drivers and diagnostics for Compaq 10 T/2 PCI UTP/Coax network controllers.

From: livioflores-ga on 20 Apr 2004 21:01 PDT I am glad for you solve your problem. Or something ! He had it formatted to Windows 2000, but as all my programs and hardware I needed to fit were for 98SE I reformatted the hard drive.

The drivers allow these network adapters to function in various network environments.

This is a collection of device drivers to provide maximum performance with Compaq hardware. Hopefully the following information is what's needed ? System Model Compaq Deskpro E3 Series The system serial no/asset tag/ and chassis no are all identical Main Circuit Board Board - 0664h Bus clock 66 mghz BIOS - Compaq 686JI These drivers allow the network controllers to function in various network environments. » Detailed Description .TXT file Netelligent/NetFlex-3 Support Drivers for Microsoft Windows 95 DOWNLOAD: » SP3576.exe 226 K EFFECTIVE DATE:

Best regards and good luck with your upgrades. If you run into any problems using this driver, please let me know and I will help you troubleshoot the problems. wolvies Clarification of Question by wolvies-ga on 20 Apr 2004 08:00 PDT Looking up Compaq Deskpro EP Series on the internet I find :- http://www.001abc.com/desktop/compaq_deskpro_ep_series_towerab.html This seems to indicate that its http://livewirenews.net/compaq-deskpro/compaq-deskpro-en-network-card-drivers.html EFS 2.12 also includes several utilities to monitor and increase the performance of your Compaq server. » Detailed Description .TXT file Compaq EFS 5.12 for SCO OpenServer Release 5 DOWNLOAD: »

Comments Subject: Re: Compaq Deskpro - Video driver (Win 98se) problem ! Correct files are now in this softpaq. » Detailed Description .TXT file Netelligent/NetFlex-3 Support Drivers for DOS/Windows 3.1 and Windows for Workgroups 3.11 DOWNLOAD: » SP3902.exe 309 K EFFECTIVE DATE: 18 livioflores-ga Clarification of Question by wolvies-ga on 20 Apr 2004 06:07 PDT Thanks - I downloaded and installed Everest onto it. Files were for DOS/WFW systems and not OS/2.

Regards. These drivers allow the network controllers to function in various network environments. » Detailed Description .TXT file NetFlex 3 10/100 TX UTP PCI Controller Support Drivers DOWNLOAD: » SP3861.exe 1004 K Was the Deskpro built only for Windows 2000 ? You can try by yourself at these pages: Compaq Software and Drivers http://h18000.www1.hp.com/support/files/ Compaq video drivers (deskpro presario Compaq drivers) http://www.video-drivers.com/companies/236.htm If this info helps you let me know so I

wolvies Clarification of Question by wolvies-ga on 20 Apr 2004 01:17 PDT Used a program called Belarc Advisor to try to find more information about the 'new' PC. There is no video card per se, not in a PCI slot, so I assume it is part of the motherboard.