S3 Chrome 400 Series Graphics Driver 8.16.12.0099 for Windows Vista 32-bit

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Date: January 28, 2010
File Size: 15.2 MB
OS Support: Windows Vista
Downloads: 297

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What's New:

Release Type: Microsoft Certified

Purpose:
- Bug Fix

Resolved:

- Popup messages may appear during driver installation via INF: “The new settings will now be applied.” or “S3 Graphics ScreenToys Utility Manager has stopped working.” Issue does not occur on install via Setup.exe. (22299-0379)
- The OpenGL verison shows 2.1 when run GPU Caps viewer, another application OGL Extensions viewer shows OpenGL version as 3.0.17. (In fact, the OpenGL supported version is 3.1) (54985-0098)
- Set HDTV(P) and DVI under SAMM mode after connect HDTV and DVI, Open Chrome S3,change HDTV's type from 720p60 to 1080i50, and “apply”. IF in utility HDTV's type still show 720p60, then change to 1080i50 again, and “apply”. Right click s3 icon from the right

**The "Certified for Windows Vista" logo means the certified S3 Graphics processors and their software drivers have met explicit standards of reliability and quality, and have been tested and proven to deliver a superior experience when running a PC under Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium and Windows Vista Ultimate editions.
These drivers are compatible with Microsoft Windows Vista release build 6000. These drivers have not been tested with Windows Server "Longhorn" beta builds.

Note: Before proceeding with your driver installation we suggest you make sure you are installing the latest version available and for the appropriate model/revision and Operating System. We strongly suggest following 'readme' instructions for installing drivers when available. Often restarting your system will be necessary for the new driver to become active and start functioning properly.

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