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Viper PCI video driver

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I have changed my PC's OS from WindowsNT3.51 to Windows95.
My PC uses Viper PCI video driver, but on Windows95,
I cannot install video driver so I can use VGA mode only.
My questions are;
1)Are there Viper PCI's video driver? Maybe yes, because
  my Windows95 setup CD-ROM can select this title.
2)How can I get Viper PCI's video driver? I have already
  sent an e-mail to Viper's support desk, but that mail
  box was full.

Please, help me! My e-mail address is sawano@seiryo.ac.jp
Thank you.
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Go to this address :

http://www.diamondmm.com/product-support/drivers/viper-pci.html

You will find an exe file (drivers) and a txt file (installation and limitations of the drivers).
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