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Win95 AGP Support

Posted on 1998-06-03
Last Modified: 2013-12-29
Does anyone know if windows 95 comes with AGP support? Thanks.
Question by:jesshowe
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kinkajou earned 50 total points
ID: 1714071

No, the original version of Windows95 does not come with AGP support. You need to get the upgrade/support packs that will give you Windows95 SR2.1. One of the features of these upgrade/support packs is the AGP support that allows AGP cards to work over the AGP bus.


Author Comment

ID: 1714072
Which service release pack? Does the oem version of win95 (win95b) come with the support built in? Would I still need to download a service pack if I have sr2.1?

Expert Comment

ID: 1714073

OSR2.1 has the AGP support in it; it should be all you need. If you are still having trouble realizing the AGP bus, maybe you should pose a more specific question regarding your issues.


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