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  • your system in order to complete the uninstall process 5 The 3Dlabs Control Panel To access the 3Dlabs Control Panel launch the Display Properties Control Panel select the Settings tab click the Advanced button select the 3Dlabs tab and click the Info button in the bar on the left This tab shows information for your adapter and its drivers including the board name amount of physical memory on the board and driver version The driver version number is in the form x yy zzzz and uniquely identifies the driver build The 3Dlabs control panel is split into a number of pages as listed below The pages are selected by clicking on one of the configuration buttons in the bar at the left of the window The 3Dlabs tabs support context sensitive help To find out more about a particular option click on the in the right of the title bar and then click on the item in the control panel that you want to learn more about 5 1 The Information Tab This page gives detailed information on the OpenGL and DirectX drivers It also contains the Generate Support Info button that when clicked will generate a text report useful for troubleshooting when contacting 3Dlabs support for assistance 5 2 The OpenGL Tab This tab allows you to tune the following parameters of your OpenGL driver setup Full Scene Antialiasing Anisotropic Filtering Buffer Swap Mode Wait for Vertical Sync Enable Stereo Output Click the in the title bar and then one of the panels to learn more about the settings 5 3 The DirectX Tab This tab allows you to tune the following parameters of your Direct3D driver setup Full Scene Antialiasing Wait for Vertical Sync Click the in the title bar and then one of the panels to learn more about the settings 5 4 The Displays Tab This page allows you to access some advanced configuration features for your monitors Standard support In standard mode your Wildcat Realizm card will display your Windows desktop on a single monitor Clone Desktop support In Clone Desktop mode your Wildcat Realizm card will duplicate the display onto a second display connected to the second connector on the board To enable this mode select the Clone Desktop radio button and click Apply Dual Head support You may also use an extended desktop which spans across two monitors To enable this mode you must access the Display Properties Settings page select the grayed out monitor and check the box Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor When in this mode the Standard and Clone Desktop radio buttons on the Displays Tab will be grayed out To re enable these buttons you must uncheck the Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor box on the Display Properties Settings page and click Apply Device Settings Select a monitor and then click on the Device Settings button to access the following additional panels The Color Settings sub Tab This sub tab allows you to adjust the

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  • and driver version The driver version number is in the form x yy zzzz and uniquely identifies the driver build The 3Dlabs control panel is split into a number of pages as listed below The pages are selected by clicking on one of the configuration buttons in the bar at the left of the window The 3Dlabs tabs support context sensitive help To find out more about a particular option click on the in the right of the title bar and then click on the item in the control panel that you want to learn more about 5 1 The Information Tab This page gives detailed information on the OpenGL and DirectX drivers It also contains the Generate Support Info button that when clicked will generate a text report useful for troubleshooting when contacting 3Dlabs support for assistance 5 2 The OpenGL Tab This tab allows you to tune the following parameters of your OpenGL driver setup Full Scene Antialiasing Anisotropic Filtering Buffer Swap Mode Wait for Vertical Sync Enable Stereo Output Click the in the title bar and then one of the panels to learn more about the settings 5 3 The DirectX Tab This tab allows you to tune the following parameters of your Direct3D driver setup Full Scene Antialiasing Wait for Vertical Sync Click the in the title bar and then one of the panels to learn more about the settings 5 4 The Displays Tab This page allows you to access some advanced configuration features for your monitors Standard support In standard mode your Wildcat Realizm card will display your Windows desktop on a single monitor Clone Desktop support In Clone Desktop mode your Wildcat Realizm card will duplicate the display onto a second display connected to the second connector on the board To enable this mode select the Clone Desktop radio button and click Apply Dual Head support You may also use an extended desktop which spans across two monitors To enable this mode you must access the Display Properties Settings page select the grayed out monitor and check the box Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor When in this mode the Standard and Clone Desktop radio buttons on the Displays Tab will be grayed out To re enable these buttons you must uncheck the Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor box on the Display Properties Settings page and click Apply Device Settings Select a monitor and then click on the Device Settings button to access the following additional panels The Color Settings sub Tab This sub tab allows you to adjust the brightness contrast and gamma correction of your display to compensate for different monitors and ambient lighting conditions You can independently adjust the brightness contrast and gamma correction of any DirectX application using a video overlay Note that any change only applies to the currently selected monitor The Display Selection sub Tab In general the Microsoft operating system will provide good support for different monitors This tab is primarily of use

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  • will be required to reboot your system in order to complete the uninstall process 5 The 3Dlabs Control Panel To access the 3Dlabs Control Panel launch the Display Properties Control Panel select the Settings tab click the Advanced button select the 3Dlabs tab and click the Info button in the bar on the left This tab shows information for your adapter and its drivers including the board name amount of physical memory on the board and driver version The driver version number is in the form x yy zzzz and uniquely identifies the driver build The 3Dlabs control panel is split into a number of pages as listed below The pages are selected by clicking on one of the configuration buttons in the bar at the left of the window The 3Dlabs tabs support context sensitive help To find out more about a particular option click on the in the right of the title bar and then click on the item in the control panel that you want to learn more about 5 1 The Information Tab This page gives detailed information on the OpenGL and DirectX drivers It also contains the Generate Support Info button that when clicked will generate a text report useful for troubleshooting when contacting 3Dlabs support for assistance 5 2 The OpenGL Tab This tab allows you to tune the following parameters of your OpenGL driver setup Full Scene Antialiasing Anisotropic Filtering Buffer Swap Mode Wait for Vertical Sync Enable Stereo Output Click the in the title bar and then one of the panels to learn more about the settings 5 3 The DirectX Tab This tab allows you to tune the following parameters of your Direct3D driver setup Full Scene Antialiasing Wait for Vertical Sync Click the in the title bar and then one of the panels to learn more about the settings 5 4 The Displays Tab This page allows you to access some advanced configuration features for your monitors Standard support In standard mode your Wildcat Realizm card will display your Windows desktop on a single monitor Clone Desktop support In Clone Desktop mode your Wildcat Realizm card will duplicate the display onto a second display connected to the second connector on the board To enable this mode select the Clone Desktop radio button and click Apply Dual Head support You may also use an extended desktop which spans across two monitors To enable this mode you must access the Display Properties Settings page select the grayed out monitor and check the box Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor When in this mode the Standard and Clone Desktop radio buttons on the Displays Tab will be grayed out To re enable these buttons you must uncheck the Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor box on the Display Properties Settings page and click Apply Device Settings Select a monitor and then click on the Device Settings button to access the following additional panels The Color Settings sub Tab This sub tab

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  • the bar on the left This tab shows information for your adapter and its drivers including the board name amount of physical memory on the board and driver version The driver version number is in the form x yy zzzz and uniquely identifies the driver build The 3Dlabs control panel is split into a number of pages as listed below The pages are selected by clicking on one of the configuration buttons in the bar at the left of the window The 3Dlabs tabs support context sensitive help To find out more about a particular option click on the in the right of the title bar and then click on the item in the control panel that you want to learn more about 5 1 The Information Tab This page gives detailed information on the OpenGL and DirectX drivers It also contains the Generate Support Info button that when clicked will generate a text report useful for troubleshooting when contacting 3Dlabs support for assistance 5 2 The OpenGL Tab This tab allows you to tune the following parameters of your OpenGL driver setup Full Scene Antialiasing Anisotropic Filtering Buffer Swap Mode Wait for Vertical Sync Enable Stereo Output Click the in the title bar and then one of the panels to learn more about the settings 5 3 The DirectX Tab This tab allows you to tune the following parameters of your Direct3D driver setup Full Scene Antialiasing Wait for Vertical Sync Click the in the title bar and then one of the panels to learn more about the settings 5 4 The Displays Tab This page allows you to access some advanced configuration features for your monitors Standard support In standard mode your Wildcat Realizm card will display your Windows desktop on a single monitor Clone Desktop support In Clone Desktop mode your Wildcat Realizm card will duplicate the display onto a second display connected to the second connector on the board To enable this mode select the Clone Desktop radio button and click Apply Dual Head support You may also use an extended desktop which spans across two monitors To enable this mode you must access the Display Properties Settings page select the grayed out monitor and check the box Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor When in this mode the Standard and Clone Desktop radio buttons on the Displays Tab will be grayed out To re enable these buttons you must uncheck the Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor box on the Display Properties Settings page and click Apply Device Settings Select a monitor and then click on the Device Settings button to access the following additional panels The Color Settings sub Tab This sub tab allows you to adjust the brightness contrast and gamma correction of your display to compensate for different monitors and ambient lighting conditions You can independently adjust the brightness contrast and gamma correction of any DirectX application using a video overlay Note that any change only applies to the currently

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  • OpenGL driver You will be required to reboot your system in order to complete the uninstall process 5 The 3Dlabs Control Panel To access the 3Dlabs Control Panel launch the Display Properties Control Panel select the Settings tab click the Advanced button select the 3Dlabs tab and click the Info button in the bar on the left This tab shows information for your adapter and its drivers including the board name amount of physical memory on the board and driver version The driver version number is in the form x yy zzzz and uniquely identifies the driver build The 3Dlabs control panel is split into a number of pages as listed below The pages are selected by clicking on one of the configuration buttons in the bar at the left of the window The 3Dlabs tabs support context sensitive help To find out more about a particular option click on the in the right of the title bar and then click on the item in the control panel that you want to learn more about 5 1 The Information Tab This page gives detailed information on the OpenGL and DirectX drivers It also contains the Generate Support Info button that when clicked will generate a text report useful for troubleshooting when contacting 3Dlabs support for assistance 5 2 The OpenGL Tab This tab allows you to tune the following parameters of your OpenGL driver setup Full Scene Antialiasing Anisotropic Filtering Buffer Swap Mode Wait for Vertical Sync Enable Stereo Output Click the in the title bar and then one of the panels to learn more about the settings 5 3 The DirectX Tab This tab allows you to tune the following parameters of your Direct3D driver setup Full Scene Antialiasing Wait for Vertical Sync Click the in the title bar and then one of the panels to learn more about the settings 5 4 The Displays Tab This page allows you to access some advanced configuration features for your monitors Standard support In standard mode your Wildcat Realizm card will display your Windows desktop on a single monitor Clone Desktop support In Clone Desktop mode your Wildcat Realizm card will duplicate the display onto a second display connected to the second connector on the board To enable this mode select the Clone Desktop radio button and click Apply Dual Head support You may also use an extended desktop which spans across two monitors To enable this mode you must access the Display Properties Settings page select the grayed out monitor and check the box Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor When in this mode the Standard and Clone Desktop radio buttons on the Displays Tab will be grayed out To re enable these buttons you must uncheck the Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor box on the Display Properties Settings page and click Apply Device Settings Select a monitor and then click on the Device Settings button to access the following additional panels The Color Settings sub Tab

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  • drivers see the readme txt files included on those disks End of Version Information Installation Help The Wildcat Pro Display driver will work with both AGP and AGP Pro versions of the Wildcat Display adapter See MANIFEST TXT for a list of delivered files Please refer to the installation documentation provided with the media supplied with your system If you are installing an updated driver from the 3Dlabs web site please do the following 1 Save the self extracting zip file to a temporary directory on the system hard drive 2 Double click the self extracting zip file to unzip the driver files These driver files are compressed and will be expanded during the installation process NOTE When re installing Windows XP with a Wildcat Pro card installed in the system the Found New Hardware dialog wizard will not come up after the final boot into Windows XP You must install the driver Simply run the setup exe program located with the Wildcat driver software then reboot the system The setup exe program will install the driver for you WINDOWS XP PLUG AND PLAY For driver installation and removal refer to the Hardware section of the Windows XP online help This Help is generally available by clicking on Start at the bottom left of the screen and selecting the Help entry from the menu Automated Installation Help NOTES Make sure you have Windows XP Administrator privileges and write permission on the target machine as the automated installation will create temporary directories on its hard drive If you are installing a non WHQL certified driver you must set your Driver Signing Options to Ignore in order to prevent Windows XP from displaying a warning dialog 1 Create an installation directory on your hard drive and then copy all installation files from the WCGDRV directory into your newly created directory on the hard drive NOTE Do not copy files from the HEIDI or 3DSMAX directories These contain the Heidi r and 3D Studio Max r driver installations respectively 2 Modify the setup ini file to meet your specifications 3 Run setup exe 4 Reboot the system Unattended Installation Help To install the Wildcat Display driver as part of an unattended installation of Windows XP execute the following steps 1 Copy all driver files to a single directory in the OEM 1 path of the distribution directory ex d winXPdst i386 oem 1 wcgdrv 2 Add the following sections to the unattend txt file Unattended OemPreinstall yes OemPnPDriversPath wcgdrv Display BitsPerPel 32 XResolution 1024 YResolution 768 VRefresh 75 3 Execute the unattended installation NOTE To bypass the digital signing check for a non WHQL version of the driver add the following entries to the unattend txt file Unattended DriverSigningPolicy Ignore New Features 06 06 01 04 Improved the performance of Wildcat4 glReadPixels operations Fixes 06 06 01 14 The green component of GL UNSIGNED INT 10 10 10 2 data for some imaging paths was incorrect 06 06 01 13 Using a pixel

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  • separate disks For information on installing the Heidi r and 3D Studio Max r drivers see the readme txt files included on those disks End of Version Information Installation Help The Wildcat Pro Display driver will work with both AGP and AGP Pro versions of the Wildcat Display adapter See MANIFEST TXT for a list of delivered files Please refer to the installation documentation provided with the media supplied with your system If you are installing an updated driver from the 3Dlabs web site please do the following 1 Save the self extracting zip file to a temporary directory on the system hard drive 2 Double click the self extracting zip file to unzip the driver files These driver files are compressed and will be expanded during the installation process NOTE When re installing Windows 2000 with a Wildcat Pro card installed in the system the Found New Hardware dialog wizard will not come up after the final boot into Windows 2000 You must install the driver Simply run the setup exe program located with the Wildcat driver software then reboot the system The setup exe program will install the driver for you WINDOWS 2000 PLUG AND PLAY For driver installation and removal refer to the Hardware section of the Windows 2000 online help This Help is generally available by clicking on Start at the bottom left of the screen and selecting the Help entry from the menu Automated Installation Help NOTES Make sure you have Windows NT Administrator privileges and write permission on the target machine as the automated installation will create temporary directories on its hard drive 1 Create an installation directory on your hard drive and then copy all installation files from the WCGDRV directory into your newly created directory on the hard drive NOTE Do not copy files from the HEIDI or 3DSMAX directories These contain the Heidi r and 3D Studio Max r driver installations respectively 2 Modify the setup ini file to meet your specifications 3 Run setup exe 4 Reboot the system Unattended Installation Help To install the Wildcat Display driver as part of an unattended installation of Windows 2000 execute the following steps 1 Copy all driver files to a single directory in the OEM 1 path of the distribution directory ex d win2kdst oem 1 wcgpro 2 Add the following sections to the unattend txt file Unattended OemPreinstall yes OemPnPDriversPath wcgpro Display BitsPerPel 32 XResolution 1024 YResolution 768 VRefresh 75 3 Execute the unattended installation NOTE To bypass the digital signing check for a non WHQL version of the driver add the following entries to the unattend txt file SetupParams DriverSigningPolicy Ignore New Features 05 06 01 04 Improved the performance of Wildcat4 glReadPixels operations Fixes 05 06 01 14 The green component of GL UNSIGNED INT 10 10 10 2 data for some imaging paths was incorrect 05 06 01 13 Using a pixel buffer as the device for a buffer region now works correctly Fixed bug where the list

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  • a single directory in the OEM 1 path of the distribution directory ex d win2kdst oem 1 wcgpro 2 Add the following sections to the unattend txt file Unattended OemPreinstall yes OemPnPDriversPath wcgpro Display BitsPerPel 32 XResolution 1024 YResolution 768 VRefresh 75 3 Execute the unattended installation NOTE To bypass the digital signing check for a non WHQL version of the driver add the following entries to the unattend txt file SetupParams DriverSigningPolicy Ignore New Features 05 06 02 47 Added HiCAD entry to the Configuration Wizard s predefined application configurations 05 06 02 40 Added support for the Intel Springdale and Canterwood chipsets 05 06 02 38 Incorporated some performance enhancements for imaging DMA transfers 05 06 02 32 Drawing pixels of OpenGL types GL UNSIGNED INT 10 10 10 2 or GL UNSIGNED INT 2 10 10 10 REV has been optimized 05 06 02 31 Autocad performance enhancements 05 06 02 30 Autocad performance enhancement 05 06 02 26 Incorporated New Version 5 3DSMax performance driver as part of the driver products 05 06 02 24 ProE performance inprovements 05 06 02 17 SolidEdge performance improvements Solidworks performance improvements 05 06 02 15 Improve large primitive performance 05 06 02 13 Improved client driver memory utilization 05 06 02 06 Minor performance change enhancements 05 06 02 01 Performance change enhancements Fixes 05 06 02 57 Fix for Hyperview model not displaying properly 05 06 02 56 Fixed system hang in Juneau application 05 06 02 55 Fixed some image handling problems Fixed bug with bitmap unpacking Fixed graphics error with One Space Designer 05 06 02 54 Fixed genlock monitor timing problem 05 06 02 53 Fixed genlock monitor timing problem 05 06 02 52 Fixed Convolution error in dpiximg exe Fixed various data conversion problems 05 06 02 51 Fixed texture corruption 05 06 02 50 Fixed flicker in 3DSMax transpar max 05 06 02 49 Fix for SAIC texture memory allocation problem Fix access violation with texture hang test 05 06 02 48 Fixed a problem with user clipping and triangle fans Fixed hang in Opus Realizer 05 06 02 46 Backed out changes to capability flags that were made in an attempt to pass WHQL DirectX tests 05 06 02 45 Fixed hang when glDrawPixels converts 1010102 data and a color table is used 05 06 02 44 Removed WHQL gartest support and removed DX8 support to maintain WHQL test compatibility 05 06 02 43 Added DirectDraw capability flag to pass WHQL gartest exe 05 06 02 42 Fixed a Viewperf hang seen with 5 6 1 23 and 5 6 2 41 05 06 02 41 Fixed hang when Houdini starts Fixed culling of monitor timings when Genlock support is selected with a Digital Flat Panel monitor Fixed a hang that can occur when running Tuxracer Fixed occasional crash with wglMakeCurrent in 05 06 01 driver 05 06 02 40 Fix for Hyperview model not displaying 05 06 02 39 Return 0

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