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Intel Extreme 845-G Chipset Graphics Driver for Windows

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Type: Driver - Display / Monitor
Version: 6.13.01.3317 A(3 Dec 2002)
Operating System(s): Microsoft Windows 2000
Microsoft Windows XP (32-bit)
File name: sp22924.exe (7.0 MB)
This SoftPaq contains the driver for the Intel 845-G Chipset Graphics Controller (also know by its full name of 82845G) in the desktop models listed below.
HOW TO USE: Download the SoftPaq to a directory on your hard drive. The file downloaded is a self-extracting executable with a filename based on the SoftPaq Number above. Execute the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions to install. INSTALLATION SWITCHES AVAILABLE: The switches in the SETUP.EXE file will have the following syntax. Switches are not case sensitive and may be specified in any order (except for the -s switch). Switches must be separated by spaces. SETUP [-b] [-g{xx[x]}] [ [ -nocuidlg{xxxx}, [-nocuidlg{xxxx}]...] | -nodiag | -basic] [-overwrite] [-nolic] [-bits x x_pixels x y_pixels x vert_refresh] [-l{lang_value}] [-s] [-f2] GFX-INSTALL CUSTOMER SWITCHES -b Forces a system reboot after the installation completes. In non-silent mode, the absence of this switch will prompt the user to reboot. In silent mode, the absence of this switch forces the Setup.exe to complete without rebooting(the user must manually reboot to conclude the installation process). -g{xx[x]} Forces the configuration of a specific language version of the driver during the install. The absence of this switch will cause the installation to utilize the language of the OS locale as its default. -nocuidlg{xxxx} Suppresses the display of a specific CUI dialog. This switch may be used multiple times to suppress many dialogs on a single command line invocation. The absence of this switch means that CUI dialogs will be displayed as specified in the INF -nodiag Suppresses the display of all CUI dialogs and CUI tabs on the OS Display Property pages and disables the Intel Graphics Technology Control Panel Applet. The absence of this switch means that CUI dialogs will be displayed as specified in the INF. Note: this switch functionality is different from the PC4.0 -nodiag switch functionality. The PC4.0 -nodiag switch is functionally equivalent to the current "-basic" switch (below). -basic Suppresses the display of all advanced CUI dialogs. The absence of this switch means that advanced CUI dialogs will be displayed as specified in the INF. -overwrite Installs the graphics driver regardless of the version of previously installed driver. In non-silent mode, the absence of this switch will prompt the user to confirm overwrite of a newer Intel Graphics driver. In silent mode, the absence of this switch means that the installation will abort any attempts to regress the revision of the Intel(R) Graphics driver. -nolic Suppresses the display of the license agreement screen. In non-silent mode, the absence of this switch will only prompt the user to view and accept the license agreement. The functionality of this switch is automatically included during silent installations. -bits x x_pixels x y_pixels x vert_refresh Sets the four default display parameters: bits per pixel, pixels per line, pixels per column and vertical refresh rate. INSTALLSHIELD* STANDARD SWITCHES -l{lang_value} The switch provided by InstallShield* specifies the language used for the Gfx-Install user interface. The absence of this switch will cause the installation to utilize the language of the OS as its default. Detailed requirements for the Install Dialog language settings are given in the Install Dialog Language section. -s Run in silent mode. The absence of this switch causes the install to be performed in verbose mode. -f2 Specifies an alternate location and name of the log file created by a silent install. By default, Setup.log log file is created and stored during a silent install in the same directory as that of Setup.ins.
SSM use requires SSM version 1.60 or later on EVO D510 e-pc models.
This SoftPaq supports DVI ADD (AGP Digital Display) card. This SoftPaq support Microsoft Windows 2000/XP. SUPERSEDES: SP22038
Corrects bluescreen error that occurred when switching users after removing the driver and restarting the computer. Corrects bluescreen error that occurred when switching users after upgrading to Windows XP Service Pack 1. Corrects several language translation issues. Corrects other minor issues found with previous versions.
Version:6.13.01.3317 A (3 Dec 2002)
Fixes
Corrects bluescreen error that occurred when switching users after removing the driver and restarting the computer. Corrects bluescreen error that occurred when switching users after upgrading to Windows XP Service Pack 1. Corrects several language translation issues. Corrects other minor issues found with previous versions.

Version:6.13.01.3245 A (1 Nov 2002)
Fixes
Corrects blank screen issue with Windows Media Player and 2GB of system Memory. Corrects lockup issue with WinDVD that can occur when the mouse is used to drag the WinDVD player window around the screen while a movie is playing. Corrects other minor issues found with previous versions.

Version:6.13.01.3162 (16 Sep 2002)
Fixes
Corrects minor issues found with previous versions.
Enhancements
Improves performance on some OpenGL applications.

Version:6.13.01.3119 A (15 Sep 2002)
Fixes
Corrects some minor issues found with previous drivers, enables all of the intel display property pages and extends the amount of memory used for the integrated graphics from a maximum of 48MB to a maximum of 64MB.

Version:6.13.01.3055 A (27 May 2002)

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Type: Driver - Display / Monitor
Version: 6.13.01.3317 A(3 Dec 2002)
Operating System(s):
Microsoft Windows 2000
Microsoft Windows XP (32-bit)

Description

This SoftPaq contains the driver for the Intel 845-G Chipset Graphics Controller (also know by its full name of 82845G) in the desktop models listed below.

Installation Instructions

HOW TO USE: Download the SoftPaq to a directory on your hard drive. The file downloaded is a self-extracting executable with a filename based on the SoftPaq Number above. Execute the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions to install. INSTALLATION SWITCHES AVAILABLE: The switches in the SETUP.EXE file will have the following syntax. Switches are not case sensitive and may be specified in any order (except for the -s switch). Switches must be separated by spaces. SETUP [-b] [-g{xx[x]}] [ [ -nocuidlg{xxxx}, [-nocuidlg{xxxx}]...] | -nodiag | -basic] [-overwrite] [-nolic] [-bits x x_pixels x y_pixels x vert_refresh] [-l{lang_value}] [-s] [-f2] GFX-INSTALL CUSTOMER SWITCHES -b Forces a system reboot after the installation completes. In non-silent mode, the absence of this switch will prompt the user to reboot. In silent mode, the absence of this switch forces the Setup.exe to complete without rebooting(the user must manually reboot to conclude the installation process). -g{xx[x]} Forces the configuration of a specific language version of the driver during the install. The absence of this switch will cause the installation to utilize the language of the OS locale as its default. -nocuidlg{xxxx} Suppresses the display of a specific CUI dialog. This switch may be used multiple times to suppress many dialogs on a single command line invocation. The absence of this switch means that CUI dialogs will be displayed as specified in the INF -nodiag Suppresses the display of all CUI dialogs and CUI tabs on the OS Display Property pages and disables the Intel Graphics Technology Control Panel Applet. The absence of this switch means that CUI dialogs will be displayed as specified in the INF. Note: this switch functionality is different from the PC4.0 -nodiag switch functionality. The PC4.0 -nodiag switch is functionally equivalent to the current "-basic" switch (below). -basic Suppresses the display of all advanced CUI dialogs. The absence of this switch means that advanced CUI dialogs will be displayed as specified in the INF. -overwrite Installs the graphics driver regardless of the version of previously installed driver. In non-silent mode, the absence of this switch will prompt the user to confirm overwrite of a newer Intel Graphics driver. In silent mode, the absence of this switch means that the installation will abort any attempts to regress the revision of the Intel(R) Graphics driver. -nolic Suppresses the display of the license agreement screen. In non-silent mode, the absence of this switch will only prompt the user to view and accept the license agreement. The functionality of this switch is automatically included during silent installations. -bits x x_pixels x y_pixels x vert_refresh Sets the four default display parameters: bits per pixel, pixels per line, pixels per column and vertical refresh rate. INSTALLSHIELD* STANDARD SWITCHES -l{lang_value} The switch provided by InstallShield* specifies the language used for the Gfx-Install user interface. The absence of this switch will cause the installation to utilize the language of the OS as its default. Detailed requirements for the Install Dialog language settings are given in the Install Dialog Language section. -s Run in silent mode. The absence of this switch causes the install to be performed in verbose mode. -f2 Specifies an alternate location and name of the log file created by a silent install. By default, Setup.log log file is created and stored during a silent install in the same directory as that of Setup.ins.

System Requirements

SSM use requires SSM version 1.60 or later on EVO D510 e-pc models.

Release Notes

This SoftPaq supports DVI ADD (AGP Digital Display) card. This SoftPaq support Microsoft Windows 2000/XP. SUPERSEDES: SP22038

Fixes

Corrects bluescreen error that occurred when switching users after removing the driver and restarting the computer. Corrects bluescreen error that occurred when switching users after upgrading to Windows XP Service Pack 1. Corrects several language translation issues. Corrects other minor issues found with previous versions.

Revision History

Version:6.13.01.3317 A (3 Dec 2002)
Fixes
Corrects bluescreen error that occurred when switching users after removing the driver and restarting the computer. Corrects bluescreen error that occurred when switching users after upgrading to Windows XP Service Pack 1. Corrects several language translation issues. Corrects other minor issues found with previous versions.

Version:6.13.01.3245 A (1 Nov 2002)
Fixes
Corrects blank screen issue with Windows Media Player and 2GB of system Memory. Corrects lockup issue with WinDVD that can occur when the mouse is used to drag the WinDVD player window around the screen while a movie is playing. Corrects other minor issues found with previous versions.

Version:6.13.01.3162 (16 Sep 2002)
Fixes
Corrects minor issues found with previous versions.
Enhancements
Improves performance on some OpenGL applications.

Version:6.13.01.3119 A (15 Sep 2002)
Fixes
Corrects some minor issues found with previous drivers, enables all of the intel display property pages and extends the amount of memory used for the integrated graphics from a maximum of 48MB to a maximum of 64MB.

Version:6.13.01.3055 A (27 May 2002)