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Need driver for my VGA card

Posted on 2003-12-01
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Hi all,
   I need your help to find driver for my VGA card. Vga card name is Twin Turbo 128 (8 mb) PCI card. I need driver for windows XP and Windows 2003 Advanced Server. Currently My computer speed was 300 mhz with intel pentium and WinPro motherboard. Windows XP unable to detect my VGA card. My monitor is new compaq brand. Please help me where can I find the driver for free.

Thank You
Rameaswaran
e-mail : ramesh_marley@yahoo.com
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Hello Rameaswaran,

Here is a link to your driver: http://www.wegenermedia.com/dls.htm

This site resells order technology and they currently offer the Twin Turbo 128.  They are hosting the driver on their website.

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Rameaswaran,

Have you found the driver yet?  If so, come back and award points and close this question.

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