Dec 142017
 
Speedstar drivers for Windows 3.1 from Diamond's BBS.
File SSWIN31.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Windows 3.X Files
Speedstar drivers for Windows 3.1 from Diamond’s BBS.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
8514FIX.FON 3646 3450 deflated
8514OEM.FON 4237 4026 deflated
8514SYS.FON 3633 3516 deflated
CGA40850.FON 3729 3375 deflated
CGA40WOA.FON 3563 3210 deflated
CGA80850.FON 3049 2723 deflated
CGA80WOA.FON 3039 2713 deflated
COURE.FON 8612 8045 deflated
COURF.FON 11021 10478 deflated
DISKT 8 8 stored
EGA40850.FON 4058 3827 deflated
EGA40WOA.FON 3933 3699 deflated
EGA80850.FON 3243 3005 deflated
EGA80WOA.FON 3259 3020 deflated
MODERN.FON 4376 4071 deflated
OEMSETUP.INF 4357 902 deflated
README.DOC 2883 1040 deflated
ROMAN.FON 6356 5961 deflated
SCRIPT.FON 5502 5148 deflated
SERIFE.FON 21454 20525 deflated
SERIFF.FON 27241 26049 deflated
SMALLE.FON 12501 11827 deflated
SMALLF.FON 10489 9934 deflated
SSERIFE.FON 21643 20722 deflated
SSERIFF.FON 27627 26326 deflated
SYMBOLE.FON 21296 20458 deflated
SYMBOLF.FON 27198 25998 deflated
V7VDD.386 40385 14548 deflated
V7VGA.3GR 8960 8537 deflated
VDDTLI4.386 18964 17475 deflated
VGA.DRV 43952 40902 deflated
VGA443.DRV 42582 39359 deflated
VGA463.DRV 42800 39419 deflated
VGA463S.DRV 42627 39309 deflated
VGA464.DRV 42404 39734 deflated
VGA464S.DRV 42240 39545 deflated
VGA474.DRV 45536 42792 deflated
VGA474S.DRV 45364 42608 deflated
VGACOLOR.2GR 4484 3117 deflated
VGACOLRX.GR2 3499 3301 deflated
VGAFIX.FON 2715 2553 deflated
VGALOGO.LGO 1245 1168 deflated
VGALOGO.RLE 9204 8807 deflated
VGAOEM.FON 3219 2958 deflated
VGASYS.FON 3111 2992 deflated
WSPDTBF.DRV 106224 40388 deflated
WSPDTSF.DRV 103776 40351 deflated

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Contents of the README.DOC file




SpeedSTAR Windows 3.1 Video Driver Installation Instructions

This driver disk is designed to allow you to select or change the
video driver for Windows 3.1 using Windows Setup. Setup can be
executed from within Windows, or from DOS. Note that these driver
files are in Microsoft compressed format and can only be accessed and
executed by installing through Windows Setup. Simply copying the files
into your \Windows\System subdirectory WILL NOT work and may corrupt
your Windows installation. Installing the drivers correctly is,
however, a simple process. It is accomplished by following these
instructions:


Installation from floppy disk

1) Insert your Driver Disk in the appropriate floppy drive.

2) From your Windows directory, type SETUP and select DISPLAY to
change the video driver. Or, with Windows running, select Setup from
the Program Manager Main group. Refer to your Microsoft Windows User's
Guide for assistance in running Setup from inside Windows.

3) Select "Other disk..." to direct the program to the floppy disk
holding the new drivers. Note that after the drivers are installed,
you will not have to select "Other disk..." again should you decide to
change resolutions. Look for the SpeedSTAR drivers in the Display
selection menu to select the display resolution you want.

4) When asked where the drivers will be found, state the following:

A:\

Following instructions 6-7 below.


Installation from Hard Disk

1) Having the drivers loaded on the hard disk will make it easier and
faster to change resolutions in the future. Make a subdirectory to
hold the driver files.

example: C:>md \sswin31

and switch to that subdirectory (C:>cd \sswin31)

2) Insert the drivers disk into the appropriate drive and type the
following command:

COPY A:\*.*

3) From your Windows directory, type SETUP and select DISPLAY to
change the video driver. Or, with Windows running, select Setup from
the Program Manager Main group. Refer to your Microsoft Windows User's
Guide for assistance in running Setup from inside Windows.

4) Select "Other disk..." to direct the program to the subdirectory
holding the new drivers. Note that once the drivers are installed, you
should not have to select "Other" again should you decide to change
resolutions. Look for the SpeedSTAR drivers in the Display
selection menu to select the display resolution you want.

5) When asked where the drivers will be found, state the following
(deleting what the program has displayed in the input window):

[drive:]\[directory]

e.g.: C:>\sswin31

6) A standard Windows selection menu will appear with additional video
drivers from which to select.

7) Proceed normally through the remainder of the process. Check
Microsoft Windows installation procedures if necessary.


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