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Tuesday, 02 October 2007 06:33

No more XP/W2K graphics drivers for i945G

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After the next version


Intel has decided to stop developing graphics drivers for Windows XP and Windows 2000 for a wide range of its i945G based chipset once the next version is out, so if you're expecting some new exciting features as per what Intel has done with the i965G series, then you'll be dissapointed.

The chipsets affected are as follows:

945G
945GC
945GZ
Mobile 940GML
Mobile 943GML
Mobile 945GM
Mobile 945GMS

The current version of the drivers is 14.31.1 and the last version will be 14.32. Vista drivers will continue to be developed. The new version should be out sometime between now and the end of the year.
 

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