Intel(R) 810 Chipset Graphics Driver

Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Intel Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 7.8 MB
Operating System: Windows 95
Latest Version / Release Date: / 12/15/00

Windows device driver information for Intel(R) 810 Chipset Graphics Driver

The Intel(R) 810 Chipset Graphics Driver is the Intel 810 Chipset’s onboard VGA driver. VGA or Video Graphics Array refers to the analog display standard or the resolution 640 X 480. VGA was IBM’s last introduced graphical standard that most PC manufacturers still use as of today. It is the lowest graphical resolution that all computer graphics hardware supports prior to a driver that is device specific being installed in a computer system. As an example, the splash screen of Microsoft Windows appears when the system is running in the VGA mode. This is why the splash screen appears in decreased color depth and resolution. The VGA standard was officially succeeded by the XGA standard by IBM but in actuality, it was succeeded by a host of other somewhat different VGA extensions developed by clone developers. These VGA extensions came to be collectively called Super VGA.

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In the VGA standard alphanumeric text modes, the 40 X 25 and 80 X 25 text cells are used. Every cell is capable of selecting from 1 of 16 colors available as its foreground and 8 colors as its background. The 8 chosen background colors will be the ones without the bit set that has high intensity. Every character can also be enabled to blink and all the characters enabled to blink will blink simultaneously. The blinking preference for the screen may also be replaced with the capability of selecting the background color for every cell from all 16 available colors. On the other hand, in the color text mode, every screen character is signified by 2 bytes. The color system of the VGA standard is fully backwards compatible with the CGA and EGA adapters from IBM and it is able to add another configuration level. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Intel(R) 810 Chipset Graphics Driver errors before installing any driver updates.