I have a driver, the VIA/S3G Unichrome Pro IGP and was hoping to update the driver cause windows advised this to me to run some games. The manufacturer S3 Graphics is not clear when i search for an update, can anyone help me with this matter.
My system runs on Windows XP. Released on 05-08-2007 and has a VIA/S3G Unichrome Pro IGP on board.Main driver vtdisp.dll. Intel Pentium 3.00 GHZ Dual core processor.
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Re: What driver to download???
Here is the Link for your commputer. Do you have service pack 2 on your windows Xp? If yes; download the one that says Xp with Embedded SP2 If you have no service packs you MAy download the Xp (Embedded) I would suggest that if you have not service pack 2 , to download it from Microsoft and install it forst then use the service pack two Xp embedded. Good luck.
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the message is clear, the problem is clear, the solution is:
- upgrade your videocard to one that does support per pixel rendering,
- simply not to use that option,
- try to find another piece of software that has the same functionality but doesnot require per pixel rendering,
- get in touch again with the card manufacturer and see if per pixel rendering is indeed not available,
- if possible, buy another graphics card that has the option and put them in SLI (if supported) which will improve your graphics for other software as well.
The IGP in VIA/S3G UniChrome Pro IGP stands for Integrated Graphics Processor. The WindowBlinds error message indicates that onboard graphics tend not to support per pixel acceleration. There's your answer: your graphics cards do not support this kind of advanced processing; unfortunately a driver update isn't going to solve the problem, as it's hardware-related. You will need to upgrade to a more powerful card if you want to use the translucent borders.