1: Check with your board vendor.
Software accessible here is generic and may not be fully compatible or function perfectly with all features of your video board or BIOS, or with software provided by your board vendor. Your board vendor is the appropriate source for driver, utility and BIOS updates.
2: Understand and accept the risk.
CAUTION: If you experience problems with this software, revert to the software provided by your board vendor and contact that vendor for available updates. You must read and agree to the License Agreement before downloading any of this software.
3: Know your S3 graphics chip.
Use Windows utility WinS3ID.EXE to help identify the chip on your board or system. Right click and "Save Target As" to your desktop. Double-click on the WinS3ID desktop icon. Write down the chip number and chip name for later reference. (If your legacy device was made before 1999, you may need to run the DOS utility S3ID.EXE from a Windows command prompt.)
4: DOWNLOAD DRIVERS
Chrome for PCIe
* Chrome 20 Series
Chrome for AGP
Note: Microsoft Windows® XP drivers for chips produced before the release of Windows XP are contained within the Windows XP retail CD. Upgrading from Windows® 2000 or Windows® 95/98 or ME will automatically install the correct driver. Updates to drivers provided "in-the-box" on the operating system CD are not available for legacy products. Click here for a list of in the box drivers for S3 Graphics products.
Downloads Links: http://www.s3graphics.com/en/resources/drivers/chrome_PCIe/
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