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Instead, unzip it to a temporary directory, go into Device Manager, update the driver for the unidentified video device, and point it to the temporary directory into which you expanded the driver data. This can be a lot of work, and requires a lot of patience.
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If this edit conflicts with the meaning of your original question, you can revert it by clicking on the “edited nnn units of time ago” text then finding the version you want to roll back to. There is a video driver available for Windowsso you might want to try that one—you might get lucky and find a Windows 98 driver included in the package.
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It can also be somewhat dangerous, as you’re downloading binary executable files from unknown sources. Late comment – I had this exact problem before. Please read the tour. This website has a long list of drivers related to that one, including several for the “XL”, listed as supporting Windows The normal way to solve this problem is by going to the manufacturer’s 256cl website and downloading the appropriate driver.
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The only issue is that the display works only in 16 colors mode with x resolution. Maximize your chances of success by not using the install package bundled with the driver. I have not found a compatible driver online.