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Here is the driver side from the manufacture:

http://global.msi.eu/index.php?func=downloaddetail&type=driver&maincat_no=1&prod_no=527

VIA® KM266 & P4M266A VGA Drivers

Description • WHQL Pass.

• Driver Version:

Win XP / 2000: 6.14.01.0004

Win ME / 98: 4.14.10.0010

Update Date 2004-12-11

Your System OS

* Windows NT (4240KB)

* Windows 98 SE/Me (5610KB)

* Windows 2000/XP (4784KB)

direktlink for download:

http://download2.msi.com.tw/files/downloads/dvr_exe/KM266_Win2K-XP72.zip

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Try cleaning the keypad. Reset the calculator. When you press the **EXP key** or the **2ndF +EXP** key try pressing firmly the calculator between your thumb and index (left hand).

To work around this defect (due to the venerable age maybe)

enter the approximate value of PI=**3.14159265359** on your calculator and store it in one of the available memory locations. When you need use PI just recall the value to the display.

The EXP key is just a short cut for *10^(exponent). You can explicitly use the general power key.

If you are averse to using this workaround consider acquiring another calculator.

To work around this defect (due to the venerable age maybe)

enter the approximate value of PI=

The EXP key is just a short cut for *10^(exponent). You can explicitly use the general power key.

If you are averse to using this workaround consider acquiring another calculator.

Dec 24, 2013 | Sharp Office Equipment & Supplies

You are making a common error.The EXP key is a short for **10^**

Thus when you enter 10 [EXP] 5 you are in fact entering 10*10^5 which is 10^6.** When you use the EXP key , the 10 should never appear, it is already implied.**

Thus when you enter 10 [EXP] 5 you are in fact entering 10*10^5 which is 10^6.

Oct 04, 2011 | DateXX DS638 Calculator

You're getting the correct results. The "EXP" means "times ten to the". When you press 10 EXP 2, you're asking for 10 times ten to the second, which is 10 times 100 or 1000. If you just want ten to the second, press 1 EXP 2.

Apr 23, 2011 | Canon F604 Scientific Calculator

In the bottom row of keys, there is a key marked [EXP]. It is lodged between the [.] decimal mark key and the [=] key. You use the [EXP] key to enter exponents of powers of 10.

To enter Avogadro's Number

6 [.]022 [EXP] 23 [=]

Be careful: You do not key in the base 10, as the [EXP] key already takes care of that.

To enter Avogadro's Number

6 [.]022 [EXP] 23 [=]

Be careful: You do not key in the base 10, as the [EXP] key already takes care of that.

Feb 12, 2011 | Casio FX-260 Calculator

If you feeling problem to setup gprs settings manually or after calling many times to customer care they unable to send you settings or solve your problem, then I have another solution for you. Just visit http://gprs-settings-to-mob.rdr.cc and it send gprs setting right on your mobile phones absolutely free. You just have to provide this information:

Mobile No: +country code then your no, exp: +919998979493

Phone Model: any in the world, exp: Nokia N95 or Sony Ericsson W910i

Operator: your mobile operator name, exp: vodafone or O2

Country/region: name of country and region where form your no, exp: India-Delhi.

All this is available on the website: http://gprs-settings-to-mob.rdr.cc

Mobile No: +country code then your no, exp: +919998979493

Phone Model: any in the world, exp: Nokia N95 or Sony Ericsson W910i

Operator: your mobile operator name, exp: vodafone or O2

Country/region: name of country and region where form your no, exp: India-Delhi.

All this is available on the website: http://gprs-settings-to-mob.rdr.cc

Oct 28, 2010 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

You press the EXP key and then enter the "POWER TO" digit... so you want say 8 Exponent 3, so you tap 8 the multiply key, & then the EXP key & then the number 3, & so on... so.... 8 x exp 3 OK?

Feb 18, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hello,

The [EE] or [Exp] shortcut is the source of much grief to the students.

When you press the [Exp] 0 you are in fact entering 1.00 so

**[EE] (-)1 [=] gives 0.1**

**[EE] (-)2 [=] gives 0.01**

Thus

**10[EE](-)2 is 10[x][EE](-)2 or 10[x]0.01 = 0.1**

The new generation of calculators does not have the [Exp] or [EE] key. It is replaced by a key with a more explicit label**[times 10 to the X]**

Hope it helps.

The [EE] or [Exp] shortcut is the source of much grief to the students.

When you press the [Exp] 0 you are in fact entering 1.00 so

Thus

The new generation of calculators does not have the [Exp] or [EE] key. It is replaced by a key with a more explicit label

Hope it helps.

Sep 23, 2009 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

the EXP button is the one that says 'x10' next to the 'Ans' key at the bottom.

May 01, 2009 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

x10 to the power of x is the EXP button, just press this and then the number it is to the power of!

Nov 20, 2008 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

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