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The IBM Thinkpad e used a very close version of that adapter, and you should be able to get archived versions of that driver here: Kostsei Kuolematon 6 1.
Have you tried copying the driver from Windows XP to Windows 98? Please read the tour. This can be a lot of work, and requires a lot of magicgfaph. Ah darn, that’s right.
NeoMagic MagicGraph 256XL 20/12/2001
Sign up or log magifgraph Sign up using Google. Sign up using Email and Password. This question might not be on-topic here. Sign up using Facebook. Welcome to Retrocomputing Stack Exchange. Lots of other drivers are there you’ll probably need those, toobut no video. There are no maggicgraph compatibility issues. It probably won’t work as there’s a significant architecture difference between NT-based and DOS-based Windows systems, but it’s worth a try. Unless the Windows driver you linked bundles both the Windows and Windows 98 together its not going to work.
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Windows video drivers used the XDDM model, which was different from the display driver model used on Windows I think the problem is that graphics adapter isn’t recognized and set up as a standard adapter.
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Cody Gray 1, 4 How can I make this display compatible with Windows 98SE? Here is Sony’s driver download page for that notebook. Yes, getting only 16 colors is a classic symptom of the video driver not being properly installed. This website has a long list of drivers related to that one, including several for the “XL”, listed as supporting Windows