3Dlabs Permedia3:16

Category: Monitor and Video Cards
Manufacturer: 3D Labs
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.56 MB
Operating System: Windows 95, 98 and ME
Latest Version / Release Date: / 24th September 2006

Windows device driver information for 3Dlabs Permedia3:16

3Dlabs Permedia3:16 video cards comprises enough power to work continuously by integrating quality drivers and advanced silicon and deliver 32-bit vibrant color graphics with a ranging resolution ranging at 1920x1200 or 2048 X1536 while comprising driver support. One major shortcoming with 3Dlabs Permedia3:16 boards is any memory access with a chip that has not been initialized leads to the system completely locking up. Firmware is responsible for proper initialization of the chip in most cases, but since the correct parameters cannot be discovered by using software, the driver is used to hand-code them. 3Dlabs Permedia3:16 cards comprise 36 mps with a favorable 2D quality and are commonly used for games and in comparison to previous versions it has vast superiority. Before installing the drivers for 3Dlabs Permedia3:16, it is important to ensure they are correct. A windows backup should be made every time there is a requirement of updating.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates

The drivers for 3Dlabs Permedia3:16 video cards are installed by following a step by step guide that entails downloading the device file from the manufacturer's site, saving it on the computer and unzipping. This device should then be connected to the computer before right clicking on ‘My Computer' and proceeding to click on ‘Properties' and going to the ‘Hardware' tab to click on the button for the ‘Device Manager'. The derived 3Dlabs Permedia3:16 device should be found on a display category where it should be double clicked and the ‘Reinstall Driver' button pressed. ‘Install' should be selected from the specific location where 'Include' should be checked and the ‘Browse button clicked for a selection of the 3Dlabs driver. The ‘Next' button should then be clicked to continue and the ‘Finish' button to conclude the installation. The installed 3Dlabs driver should be seen in display in the device manager. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 3Dlabs Permedia3:16 errors before installing any driver updates.