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Important:

o "S3 DRV1" and "S3 DRV2" must be the label on the installation
diskettes in this package. This label can be applied using the
DOS or OS/2 LABEL command. The installation will fail without
this step.
htf do u use dos or os/2 Label command????
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OS/2 Video Device Driver for the S3 Vision864/964/868/968/Trio32/64/64V+/64V2
Driver Version 3.03.16

This package contains an OS/2 graphics-accelerator device driver
supporting the Trio32(732), Trio64(764), Trio64V+(765), and
Trio64V2 DX/GX (775/785) chip sets from S3 Incorporated.

Important:

o "S3 DRV1" and "S3 DRV2" must be the label on the installation
diskettes in this package. This label can be applied using the
DOS or OS/2 LABEL command. The installation will fail without
this step.

o Disk 2 is used only for 864/964 installs.

o Read this entire document before beginning the device driver
installation.


1.0 Supported Features
_______________________

This Vision864/964/868/968/Trio32/64/64V+/64V2 graphics-accelerator device driver provides seamless
support for accelerated display graphics and advanced color resolutions
when used with the minimum required video memory. It conforms to the
OS/2 32-bit, flat memory model and is designed to function as a
32-bit Presentation Manager graphics-display device driver under the
OS/2 32-bit graphics engine. This device driver supports setting
the refresh rate using the System - Settings notebook (page 2 of
the Screen tab) in the OS/2 System Setup folder, and monitor
detection using Display Data Channel (DDC) protocols.


1.1 Supported Resolutions

|================================================= ==|
| Mode | Resolution | Memory | Trio |
| | | Required| Family |
|------|--------------|---------|-------------------|
| | | | 764/765 | 775/785 |
| | | | 732 | |
|------|--------------|---------|---------|---------|
| 101 | 640x480x8 | 1 MB | Y | Y |
|------|--------------|---------|---------|---------|
| 103 | 800x600x8 | 1 MB | Y | Y |
|------|--------------|---------|---------|---------|
| 105 | 1024x768x8 | 1 MB | Y | Y |
|------|--------------|---------|---------|---------|
| 107 | 1280x1024x8 | 2 MB | Y | Y |
|------|--------------|---------|---------|---------|
| 111 | 640x480x16 | 1 MB | Y | Y |
|------|--------------|---------|---------|---------|
| 114 | 800x600x16 | 2 MB | Y | Y |
|------|--------------|---------|---------|---------|
| 116 | 1024x768x16 | 2 MB | Y | Y |
|------|--------------|---------|---------|---------|
| 212 | 640x480x24 | 1 MB | N/S | N/S |
|------|--------------|---------|---------|---------|
| 112 | 640x480x32 | 2 MB | Y | Y |
|------|--------------|---------|---------|---------|
| 115 | 800x600x32 | 4 MB | N/A | Y |
|------|--------------|---------|---------|---------|
| 118 | 1024x768x32 | 4 MB | N/A | Y |
|------|--------------|---------|---------|---------|
| 11A | 1280x1024x16 | 4 MB | N/A | Y |
|------|--------------|---------|---------|---------|
| 120 | 1600X1200x8 | 4 MB | N/A | Y |
|================================================= ==|

NOTES:

o Y = Supported; N/S = Not Supported.

o 1 MB only - 640x480x24 is supported for 1 MB memory
configuration only; for 2 MB and above, 32 bits per pixel (bpp)
is supported.

o S3 BIOS supports 800x600x16 with 1 MB; S3 OS/2 device driver
needs 2 MB of memory.

The 32 bpp device driver might need a large swap space on the
hard disk, for example, 15 MB.


2.0 Compatibility
__________________

This graphics-accelerator device driver is compatible with OS/2
2.11, OS/2 Warp 3.0, and OS/2 Warp (Merlin) 4.0.

3.0 DDC Monitor Support
_______________________________________

VESA Display Data Channel (DDC) 1 and 2B protocols are supported,
allowing similarly enabled computers and operating system software
to identify the monitor and its capabilities. This device driver
automatically detects DDC monitor capabilities and sets the display
to the maximum refresh rate supported by the monitor. If, after
installing this device driver, you switch from a non-DDC monitor to
a DDC monitor or switch to a different DDC monitor, you must run the
DDC Display Setup program in the System Setup folder.

Use the following procedures when installing a DDC monitor.

1. Reset the display to the lowest refresh rate available. This
will prevent the system from attempting to display at a refresh
rate higher than that supported by the new monitor.

2. Shut down your system and install the new monitor.

3. Restart your system.

4. Select the "DDC Display Setup" icon in the OS/2 System Folder.

5. When you are instructed to do so, shut down your system and
restart it.


4.0 Preliminary Steps
______________________

The following steps must be performed before you install the
Vision864/964/868/968/Trio32/64/64V+/64V2 graphics-accelerator device driver:

1. You must have OS/2 DOS Support installed.
2. If you previously installed SVGA support, you must reset the
resolution to VGA mode, using the procedures in "Setting Your
Display to VGA Mode" (section 5.0 in this README).
3. The device driver diskettes must be labeled "S3 DRV1" and "S3 DRV2".
4. After driver installation, the OS/2 SYSLEVEL command may be used to
confirm the new driver version level. It may also be used prior to
installation to verify the current driver version, however, some
previous device drivers did not provide this information. Following
execution of the SYSLEVEL command look for the following information:

C:\OS2\INSTALLATION\SYSLEVEL.VID
Vision864/964/868/968/Trio32/64/64V+/64V2
Version 2.81 Component ID 562107701
Current CSD level: S330302
Prior CSD level: S328414

In this case the current version level is S3 3.03.02.
5. In some situations, installing this driver over 2.80.xx and 2.81.xx
versions of the driver can result in duplicated icons. To prevent
this problem, you should delete the "S3 Windows Font Size" and
"DDC Display Setup" icons from the System Setup Folder prior to
installing this driver.


5.0 Setting Your Display to VGA Mode
_____________________________________

Use the following procedures to reset to VGA mode.

NOTE: If your display is out of sync, start OS/2 using the OS/2
Installation Diskette. Insert Diskette 1 when prompted, press
F3 to display a command prompt, and then use the following
instructions to reset your display mode.

o If you are installing this driver on OS/2 2.11 or OS/2 for
Windows, and you installed from diskettes, do the following:

1. Under OS/2 2.1/2.11, before running RSPDSPI, delete the following
file:

[OS2 DRIVE]:\OS2\INSTALL\00S3.DSC

3. Be sure RSPDSPI.EXE is in the \OS2\INSTALL directory. If it
is, go to step 6. If it is not, insert Diskette 8 into
drive A and unpack RSPDSPI.EXE with the following command:

C:\OS2\UNPACK A:\INSTAID C: /N:RSPDSPI.EXE

where A: is the drive containing Diskette 8, and C: is the
drive where OS/2 is installed.

4. Type C: and then press Enter.

5. Type CD C:\OS2\INSTALL and then press Enter.

6. Type the following:

RSPDSPI /PK:VGA /SK:NONE /S:A:\ /T:C:

In /T:C:, C: is the target drive where OS/2 is installed. In /S:A:,
A: is the source diskette drive for installing the device driver.

Then press Enter.

7. Perform a shutdown and restart your computer.

o If you are installing this driver on OS/2 2.11 or OS/2 for
Windows, and you installed from CD-ROM or a LAN, do the
following:

1. Under OS/2 2.1/2.11, before running RSPDSPI, delete the following file:

[OS2 DRIVE]:\OS2\INSTALL\00S3.DSC

3. Be sure RSPDSPI.EXE is in the \OS2\INSTALL directory. If it
is, go to step 6. If it is not, unpack RSPDSPI.EXE with the
following command:

C:\OS2\UNPACK E:\DISK_8\INSTAID C: /N:RSPDSPI.EXE

where C: is the drive where OS/2 is installed, and E: is
the CD-ROM or LAN drive.

4. Type C: and then press Enter.

5. Type CD C:\OS2\INSTALL and then press Enter.

6. Type the following:

RSPDSPI /PK:VGA /SK:NONE /S:E:\OS2SE21\ /T:C:

In /T:C:, C: is the target drive where OS/2 is installed. In /S:E:,
E: is the source CD-ROM or LAN drive.

Then press Enter.

7. Perform a shutdown and restart your computer.

o If you are installing this driver on OS/2 Warp 3.0, do the following:

1. Restart your computer.

2. Simultaneously press Alt and F1 key immediately when a square
block appears in the top left hand corner.

3. Press 'v' key for VGA.

o If you are installing this driver on OS/2 Warp (Merlin) 4.0,
do the following:

1. Restart your computer.

2. Simultaneously press Alt and F1 key immediately when a square
block appears in the top left hand corner.

3. Press F3 key for VGA.

6.0 Installing from Diskette
_______________________________

To install the Vision864/964/868/968/Trio32/64/64V+/64V2 device driver from diskette, do the
following:

1. If system is not in VGA mode, select VGA mode.

2. Insert the Vision864/964/868/968/Trio32/64/64V+/64V2 diskette into drive A (or any other
diskette drive).

Note: "S3 DRV1" must be the volume label of this diskette.
To verify the label, use "Label A:".

3. Open an OS/2 full-screen or OS/2 window session.

4. At the OS/2 command prompt, type the following command to copy
all necessary files to the OS/2 drive:

A:SETUP

where A: is the diskette drive.

Then press Enter.

Setup will then identify your chipset. When prompted to do so, press
Enter to continue.

Due to the limitations with a single pass installation. A dialog box
may come up during installation with the message, "The installed adapter
does not support the selected display driver. Do you wish to continue?".
Please continue the installation by selecting the Yes button.

5. When the Monitor Configuration/Selection Utility window appears,
the "Install Using Defaults for Monitor Type" choice is
preselected. Select OK. Do not select "Install Using Display Adapter
Utility Program" since this method of setting refresh rates is not
supported anymore.

NOTE: DSPINSTL determines the hardware configuration by
creating the \OS2\SVGADATA.PMI file. If the
\OS2\SVGADATA.PMI file has not been created, the adapter
will not be supported. This process can take several
seconds and will black-out the screen.

6. When the Source Directory pop-up window requests the
Vision868/968/Trio32/64/64V+/64V2 diskette insert the diskette labelled "S3 DRV1". If the
Source Directory pop-up window requests the -CHIPDESC2- diskette
insert the diskette labelled "S3 DRV2". Then select Install.

7. When prompted to do so, select OK to perform a shutdown, and then
restart your computer. Make sure the diskette has been removed from
the install drive.

8. When the system has restarted:
a. Open the OS/2 System folder.
b. Open the System Setup folder.
c. Open the System object.
d. When the Settings notebook appears, select the Screen tab.
If your monitor has been detected as Plug and-Play (DDC)
compatible, go to step 10.

9. On Screen page 2, select your display from the display list. If
your display does not appear in the list, select Default.

It might be necessary to restart your computer to have all
refresh rate options available.

10. When the system has restarted:
a. Open the System object and select Screen page 1, as in step
8.
b. Select a screen resolution and a screen refresh rate.
c. Close the Settings notebook.
d. Perform a shutdown and restart your computer.

NOTES:

o If the selected vertical refresh rate is not supported by your
monitor, delete \OS2\VIDEO.CFG file and reboot. This will set
the refresh rate to the default value. A new refresh rate can
now be selected using the procedure described above.

o During the installation of this driver, DISPLAY.LOG and
DSPINSTL.LOG files are created in the OS/2\INSTALL directory.
These files identify the OS/2 system files that were updated and
indicate whether the installation was successful. The contents
of these files might be useful if you need to report an
installation problem to IBM.

o If the video memory size is changed after the device driver is
installed, the device driver must be reinstalled in order for
the system to recognize the change. Not reinstalling the driver
might result in serious system problems.

o When starting a WIN-OS/2 session it is recommended that the user launch
the session via one of the WIN-OS/2 icons located in the "Command
Prompts" folder within the "OS/2 System" icon. For additional
information see section 10.0 Limitations.


7.0 Installing in a CID Environment
______________________________________

NOTES:

o The server must contain a directory named S3_DRVS on the same
drive where the OS/2 diskettes reside. The S3_DRVS directory
must contain all of the files from the Vision864/964/868/968/Trio32/64/64V+/64V2 device driver
diskette.
o OS/2 must have been successfully installed on the client using
the CID (Configuration Installation Distribution) method.

To install the Vision864/964/868/968/Trio32/64/64V+/64V2 graphics-accelerator device driver
using CID, use the following information to modify your LCU command
file.

NOTE: The following information is meant as a guide.
Your LCU command file might be different.

/************************************************** ***/
/* LCU PRODUCT DATA SECTION */
/************************************************** ***/

.
.
.

x.s3video = 15
x.15.name='S3 Video'
x.15.statevar = 'CAS_' || x.15.name
x.15.instprog = 'x:\img\s3_drvs\SETUP.CMD',
' /u /s:x:\img\s3_drvs'
x.15.rspdir = ''
x.15.default = ''

/*---------------------------------------------------*/
/* NUMBER OF PROGRAMS SET UP IN THE */
/* PRODUCT DATA SECTION */
/*---------------------------------------------------*/

NUM_INSTALL_PROGS = 15

/************************************************** ***/
/* INSTALLATION SECTION */
/************************************************** ***/
.
.
.

when OVERALL_STATE = 2 then do
if RunInstall(x.s3video) == BAD_RC then exit
Call RebootAndGotoState(3)
end
when OVERALL_STATE = 3 then do
if RunInstall(x.s3dspinstl) == BAD_RC then exit
Call CheckBoot
end
.
.
.

/************************************************** ****/
/* ROUTINE SECTION */
/* The following information should already exist in */
/* the LCU command file. */
/************************************************** ****/
.
.
.
RebootAndGotoState:
parse arg new_state, other

rc2 = SetState(new_state, 'RebootAndGotoState', 1) /* Set the state */
/* to go to in */
/* OVERALL_STATE */

Call SaveStates /* Save the environment vars */

Call Reboot /* Reboot the machine */

return

.
.
.


/************************************************** ***/
END OF LCU INFORMATION TO BE ADDED
/************************************************** ***/

Following is an explanation of the line that is
executed in the LCU command file:

C:\OS2\INSTALL\DSPINSTL /pd:c:\os2\install\00S3.dsc
/S:X:\img\s3_drvs /T:C: /res:640x480x256 /u

/pd:c:\os2\install\00S3.dsc
is the dsc laid down during setup phase.

/S:X:\img\s3_drvs
where X:\img\s3_drvs is the redirected source path.

/T:C:
where C: is the drive where OS/2 is installed.

/res:640x480x256
is a resolution/color depth from the list of "Supported
Resolutions" that appears earlier in this README.

/u
means Unattended installation.

NOTES:

o Be sure you have the stated video memory required, as listed
in "Supported Resolutions" earlier in this README. A safe
choice is 640x480x256. Any of the listed resolutions can be
selected, but your display might be damaged if you select a
resolution that your display does not support.

o To select a refresh rate, SVGA.EXE can be executed again separately
after DSPINSTL. Example, SVGA ON INIT 1024 75
This will create another \OS2\VIDEO.CFG file with 75Hz as the default
at 1024x768 resolution. The prior \OS2\VIDEO.CFG file should be
deleted first.

o After the Vision864/964/868/968/Trio32/64/64V+/64V2 device driver has been successfully
installed on the client machine using the CID method and the
client machine is restarted, the resolution will be as specified
by command line argument.

o After the CID installation, refer the end user to section 6.0
"Installation from Diskette," step 12.

8.0 Selecting Small or Large Fonts for Windows
_______________________________________

The default font sizes for Windows sessions are listed below.

Resolution Default Font Size
---------- ---------------------------
640x480 Small
800x600 Small
1024x768 Large
1280x1024 Large
1600x1200 Large

NOTE: Large fonts are not available for 640x480 resolution.

Use the following procedures to select small or large fonts
for Windows sessions.

1. Select the "S3 Windows Font Size" object in the OS/2 System
Setup Folder.

2. Click on the radio button next to the font size you wish to
select.

3. Click on the OK button.

4. A message will display saying that the new settings will take
effect the next time you restart your Windows session.
Currently open sessions will not be affected by the new
settings.

5. Click on the OK button.

6. Start any WIN-OS/2 window or full-screen session.

The setting you select will remain in effect until you explicitly
change it, you change your display resolution, or you install a new
display driver.

9.0 Features and Fixes Included in this Driver
_____________________________________________

- "System - Settings" notebook support for setting refresh rate
- Capabilities button of page 1 of the "System - Settings" notebook for
large/small/automatic resource size selection (changes WIN-OS/2) font
sizes as well
- DDC monitor detection support
- Windows "Large font" and "Small font" support in high resolutions
- WIN-OS/2 based on latest S3 Windows 3.1 drivers
- Two-diskette package
- One boot install
- EnDIVE support for Trio64V+ and Trio64V2 on certain video modes
- CID install allow preselected refresh rate

10.0 Limitations
_______________________

1. CID install pauses due to SVGA.EXE loading in the background.
Workaround: In the CID install script, do not initiate any other
processes until DISPINSTL completes execution. Ensure that no
other processes are running during CID install. This can be
accomplished by adding the following line to the CONFIGSYSLINE
keyword of the CID response file:

SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY

2. During CID install of IBM AntiVirus when using NetView DM/2,
the OS/2 full screen is displayed as a black screen.
Workaround: Perform CID install under VGA.

3. DISPINSTL does not allow CID selection of monitor and refresh
rate. The workaround is as follows:

Requirements:
* A system with the same graphics card and monitor configured with the
S3 driver version 2.81.05, the correct display type,
the desired resolution, and the desired refresh rate.

Step 1: Copy Configured Video/Display Data Files
* copy the video and display data files containing information about
the display type, resolution and refresh rate to the CID server
(\img\svgadata).

> copy \os2\svgadata.pmi x:\img\svgadata
> copy \os2\video.cfg x:\img\svgadata

Step 2: Create CID Command File
* create a command file to copy svgadata.pmi and video.cfg to the
client system's \os2 directory via CID.
* reboot the client system.
* the client system will be configured with the correct driver,
display type, resolution and refresh rate.


Another work around is to delete \OS2\VIDEO.CFG and to execute
SVGA.EXE again after DSPINSTL completes. Example: SVGA ON INIT 1024 75
to set 75Hz as the default refresh rate at 1024x768.

4. In all modes, video corruption or out-of-sync screen is
displayed when using Alt+Esc to switch between WIN-OS/2,
OS/2, and DOS window and full-screen sessions started from the
Startup folder. To avoid this situation, do not start sessions
from the Startup folder or press Alt+Esc several times to
restore.

5. Some programs, such as WINBENCH95, WINBENCH96, and After
Dark 3.0, were written specifically for the Windows environment.
In the Windows environment, these programs prevent any keystrokes
from interfering with their proper execution. However, in the
OS/2 environment, it is possible to switch context away from the
Windows session without notifying these programs. General
Protection Faults (GPFs) may result. Therefore, context
switching during the execution of WINBENCH95 and WINBENCH96 tests
is not recommended. Also, context switching during the execution
of the After Dark 3.0 demo is not recommended.

6. When attempting to start a WIN-OS/2 session from an OS/2 Full Screen
session by typing "WIN" or "WINOS2" at the command prompt, it will not
execute with the settings needed to support WIN-OS/2, and will result
in video corruption and/or a system lockup. It is recommended that the
user launch all Windows sessions via one of the WIN-OS/2 icons located
in the "Command Prompts" folder within the "OS/2 System" icon.

7. When attempting to start a WIN-OS/2 session from a DOS Full screen or
DOS Window by typing the "WIN" or WINOS2" command, the user must first
be sure that the video settings of the session are changed to enable
this feature. These settings can be changed using the following
procedure:
a) Place mouse pointer over the DOS Full Screen icon (or any DOS
session icon you want to alter). Press mouse button 2 (MB2), the
right button, to bring up a context sensitive menu.
b) Place mouse pointer over "Setting" and press MB1. Next, place
mouse pointer over the tab labeled "Session" and press MB1 again.
c) Use MB1 to chose the "DOS Setting" button.
d) Use MB1 to chose the "DOS video settings" option, and then click OK.
e) From the list of settings which appear ensure that
"VIDEO_8514A_XGA_IOTRAP" is switched OFF, AND
"VIDEO_SWITCH_NOTIFICATION" is switched to ON,
then "save" these settings using MB1.


(End of Document)




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ok, screw it. I can only run my other comp im using this driver for in safe mode becuz it frezes and the floppydrive dont run in safe friggin mode....d--- it
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umm...what is xp sp3? i have never heard of it
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iv never heard of sp3 either...lol i HAVE heard of a typo tho:]
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lmao, i knew it was as soon as i seen it
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peaple these days....(sigh)
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well, the big reason for the problem is your using the wrong o/s driver. You need the one for XP, you are using the one for OS/2. This is/was IBM's attempt at a o/s and it was called OS/2. Get the XP one, you should be fine.
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well, im getting a new graphics card that thing is a prehistoric poc so it dont really matter
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well if you still need a quick getaway driver i'm your man. do you want me to send in my resume??? :P
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