Driver Rage 128 / Rage 128 Pro
Rage 128 / Rage 128 Pro 4.13.7192 (2001-09-22)

Download: WMER1284137192.exe
Supported operating systems: Win98 Win98SE WinME

A) SUPPORTED ATI PRODUCTS

B) REGIONAL SETTINGS and LANGUAGES

C) PRIOR to USING WME_R128_4_13_7192.exe

D) USING WME_R128_4_13_7192.exe

E) UN-INSTALL WME_R128_4_13_7192.exe

F) ISSUES YOU MAY ENCOUNTER

G) CONTACT INFORMATION

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WME_R128_4_13_7192.exe
Windows Millennium Display Driver for ATI RAGE 128 / RAGE 128 PRO

October 2001
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A) SUPPORTED ATI PRODUCTS

The display driver included in this package is for Microsoft Windows Millennium, Windows 98 and Windows 98SE. This driver may be used with ATI products based on the RAGE 128 / RAGE 128 PRO.

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B) REGIONAL SETTINGS and LANGUAGES

WME_R128_4_13_7192.exe contains a display driver with language support for;

English
French
German
Dutch
Portuguese
Spanish
Swedish
Italian
Chinese Simplified
Chinese Traditional
Japanese
Korean

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C) PRIOR to USING WME_R128_4_13_7192.exe

Be sure to UNINSTALL any previous version of the RAGE 128 / RAGE 128 PRO display driver prior to installing this version. See the "Un-Install" section for instructions.

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D) USING WME_R128_4_13_7192.exe

Overview

There are two phases to the installation of a driver that has been downloaded from the ATI WEB site.

The first phase occurs when you run the WME_R128_4_13_7192.exe program.

This phase creates a temporary directory on the system disk and unpacks all the individual files that make up the ATI software bundle.

In the second phase the ATI SETUP program is launched from the temporary directory created in the first phase. ATI SETUP installs the software (from the temporary directory) into the operating system.

Steps

a) You must download WME_R128_4_13_7192.exe and save it to a directory on your systems hard disk.
For example C:\temp is a common directory used to initially save a file into.

b) Once you have downloaded WME_R128_4_13_7192.exe,
Close all programs
Click the START button and select the RUN menu item.
Click the BROWSE button.
Browse to the directory where WME_R128_4_13_7192.exe was saved.
Select WME_R128_4_13_7192.exe and click OK to run the program.
Follow the instructions on the screen.

! The individual files will be unpacked and placed into a directory on your hard disk. The default path for this directory is C:\ATI\support\WME_R128_4_13_7192\

! After copying the files to the hard disk the INSTALLATION program will launch. You may choose to abort the INSTALL process at this point. (If you abort, no software will be installed into Windows.)


Manual Installation instructions after running WME_R128_4_13_7192.exe

Start Windows.
Click the START button.
Click the RUN menu item.
Click the BROWSE button. Browse to the directory where the files were unpacked after running WME_R128_4_13_7192.exe. (The default directory is C:\ATI\support\WME_R128_4_13_7192)
Select SETUP.EXE and press OK.
Follow the instructions displayed in the help.


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E) UN-INSTALL

To un-install this software;
Click START, go to SETTINGS and select CONTROL PANEL.
Launch ADD/REMOVE programs.
Select "ATI Display Driver" and then click the ADD/REMOVE button.
RESTART Windows.

To un-install temporary files from the DOWNLOAD bundle;
Delete the directory C:\ATI\support\WME_R128_4_13_7192\

NOTE: If you unbundled the files into a different directory, simply delete that directory.

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F) ISSUES YOU MAY ENCOUNTER:

Microsoft DirectX

To avoid difficulties running multimedia applications or games you must install:

DirectX 8.0a
Video Capture Update for DirectX 8.0
(formerly known as Digital Video Update for DirectX 8.0)

DirectX and the Digital Video Update can be downloaded from Microsoft at:

http://www.microsoft.com/directx/


VERSION CONFLICTS in Windows Millennium

When installing Display Drivers or Software a "Version Conflict" message may appear multiple times during the installation.

If you encounter a "VERSION CONFLICT" message while installing this display driver select the "NO" option to proceed.

* Selecting "NO" will ensure that the components of this driver bundle will replace your existing driver components.
* Selecting "YES" will result in a MIX of new and old driver components, which is undesirable

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G) ATI CONTACT INFORMATION:

ATI WEB site: www.ati.com