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First of all you need to know what video card you have. If you have
Windows and I assume you do go to Start > Control Panel (switch to
classic view) > System click on Device Manager and in the list find
'Display Adapter'. The name of the driver appears. Make a note of it. Go
directly to the website of your driver's manufacturer. Follow the
instructions to download and install the right driver. Restart your
computer to let it take effect.
Warning: this is the manual way
to update. If you are not a tech guy, attempting to change video drivers
could make your computer inoperable or cause severe problems. As a
result, you can rely on a free driver detective software to help fix the
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try here maybe it works http://download.cnet.com/1770-20_4-0.html?query=s3+savage&tag=srch&searchtype=downloads&filterName=platform%3DWindows&filter=platform%3DWindows&platformSelectDL=Windows&priceFilterDL=All&category=All
80 MB Hard Disk space 32 MB RAM (64 for Wýndows 2000) DirectX 7.0a Mouse Keyboard
Notes on Sound and Video Cards
a.) Problems with the Intel i740 Chipset Users with an Intel i740 chipset may experience a dithered pattern overlaying the game in the front-end. Gameplay should remain fully playable.
b.) Problems with the ATI Rage Pro Chipset For Windows 98 users: The recommended drivers for the ATI Rage Pro chipset are the latest reference drivers found on http://www.ati.com/. We recommend Version 4.12.2632.
For Windows 2000 users: Ensure that DirectX 8.0 is installed. It can be downloaded from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=27742. Once installed, right-click on the FIFA 2002 shortcut on the desk top, select Properties, and add "3D=dx8z" to the end of the "Target" property.
c.) Problems with the S3 Savage4 Chipset Users with an S3 Savage4 chipset may experience minor graphical issues in the front-end. Gameplay should remain fully playable.
d.) Problems with the KYRO Chipsets In 640x480 the Pause menu overlay will appear to be missing part of the background. To fix this issue, set the resolution to 800x600 or higher. This will not affect game play in any way.
e.) Video Cards NOT supported by FIFA 2002 3Dfx Voodoo 1 3Dfx Voodoo Rush Hercules Thriller 3D Diamond Stealth II Number Nine Revolution IV ATI Rage II Chromatic Mpact 2 S3 Virge S3 Virge VX S3 Virge DX/GX S3 Trio 3D
Notes on Windows
FIFA 2002 supports Windows 95b, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows ME and Windows XP.
*NOTE - To install the game properly on Windows 2000/Windows XP, you will need administrator access to your machine. Consult your Windows 2000/Windows XP documentation for more information.
Known problems with Windows 2000/Windows XP:
During testing, some video cards experienced problems due to driver incompatibility issues. Check your 3D card manufacturer's web site to obtain updated Windows 2000 or Windows XP drivers.
and it'll take you to driverguide, where you'll have to register to download it. It won't cost anything, but it is a really old driver so you will have to register with driverguide to get it, because I can't find it anywhere else :)