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I am looking for "ati Technilogies inc.Rage 128 pro AGP 4X TMDS" display driver for windows 2000 server . Can you help me

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There are lots of drivers for an ATI Rage Pro chipset.  It was a very common video chip.

TMDS implies, however, a digital connection to an LCD panel .... this would normally imply a notebook or, less commonly, a desktop card with LCD panel outputs (most commonly, for this chip, that would have been a "DFP" output connector).  I'm not sure that the LCD application actually takes a different driver, however, from a "normal" Rage Pro driving a VGA output.  There was a specific Rage Pro chip for desktop LCD displays, it was called the, the Rage Pro LT, it was used in the "Expert LCD" series of video cards (offered in both PCI and AGP).  The drivers for this board might well be what you want, and they were available on the ATI web site.

If you get an ATI install CD for almost any video card (in your case, one for a slightly older card might be best), it will usually have Rage Pro drivers on it, and the install CDs normally auto-detect the chipset and driver (I'd expect that you might find a "Rage Pro" driver folder burried somewhere on the CD a couple of levels down).  The Rage Pro was the chipset that preceeded the first Radeons, and I think dates back to about 1997 or 1998, but it was a very widely used chipset for several years and there should be tons of drivers available for them on any driver site, and even on the ATI web site.

On my first reading I missed the "128", the Rage 128 [pro] was the last of the "Rage" chipsets, coming after the "Rage Pro".  Most of my comments, however, still apply.
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Minor correction to watzmans post

Its called RAGE LT PRO, but that's not what you want

Any 2K driver for RAGE PRO 128 should do it


I believe ati's website has a download utility that you can run and it will tell you exactly what video card you have
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hope this helps.

cheers - emms

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