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Tue Mar 21 21:55:34 CST 2006
In article <c14ec2ef0603211934u6e4548e5va4f12aba157b9cf4 at mail.gmail.com>,
"Wai-Sun Chia" <waisun.chia at gmail.com> writes:
> I have this LOOONG PCI graphics card circa 1996 (phew...just made it
> to be on-topic :-))
> with DEC part number PCXAG-AV. It has a acceleragraphics sticker on
> its main GPU.
Are you sure its "Acceleragraphics" and not "AccelGraphics"?
The latter was a company that was bought by Evans & Sutherland and
their accelerators were later rebranded as E&S accelerators. You
might try <http://www.es.com> for some drivers.
I'd try plugging it into a Windows box and see if it does standard VGA
first. If that's a go, then you might be able to find Windows drivers
for it. Linux would probably be doubtful, though.
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