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I have a Diamond Graphics 2001 video card which is not supported in NT 4.0. Are there any drivers available to make this card work in NT 4.0?
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Hercules Stingray 64 uses the same chipset and work 100%. You can get the drivers at: http://www.hercules.com/support/drivers/stingray/st64/ the name is arknt40.exe.
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