|alfkil||Mediator in EZ4 Tower||20110202 17:07|
|With the ATX to AT adaptor sucessfully installed in my tower, I'm now trying to get my new Voodoo 2 card to run. I have followed the instructions in the VoodooGuide on the MediaCD:
1) I have installed Picasso96 from the OS39 CD.
2) I have renamed Cybervision3d in DEvs:Monitors to Voodoo (also .info file)
3) I have copied the voodoo.card file to Libs:Picasso96
5) Inside Picasso96Mode is listed some screenmodes, but I cannot press "test" and the menu says "No card"
"pciinfo report" gives me:
"Pci Device 1:
DeviceName: Voodoo2 Voodoo 2 3D Accelerator
What could I be doing wrong??
EDIT: Oops, wrong forum...
|kas1e||Re: Mediator in EZ4 Tower||20110202 17:40 #1728|
As far as i remember, you need to choice a card in p96, because by default it can be NO BOARD (for now you looks like have NO BOARD, but that is dropdown-menu or kind). But if you have no boards in that list (only no_board), then p96 drivers setuped wrong (i know that because i loose tons of time few years ago on all that mediator/p96 stuff).
|alfkil||Re: Mediator in EZ4 Tower||20110202 17:57 #1729|
The menu that says "No board" is the rightmost menu, and there are no options to choose from except "No Board".
Also running the devs:monitors/Voodoo driver from shell gives some strange error, that my picasso96 installation is broken (or smth, I can't remember exactly).
I have had a BVision installed on the same machine, could it be some kind of conflict with p96 and cgfx?
|kas1e||Re: Mediator in EZ4 Tower||20110202 18:02 #1730|
Dunno, i have also back in times bvision + meditor/voodoo3 (but 2 different system partition was). As i remember, with mediator should be used some special p96 version (can be wrong, but i remember that everything should be latest, and from elbox).
|Rob||Re: Mediator in EZ4 Tower||20110203 01:21 #1735|
Voodoo 2 is 3D only, it needs an additional 2D to run. The Mediator Voodoo driver doesn't support this card.
|alfkil||Re: Mediator in EZ4 Tower||20110203 08:32 #1740|
Doh! Yeah, now I checked the list of supported devices, and Voodoo 2 is not there... Good thing they are not so expensive ;-).