AGP support for Windows 95
Some one told me that Windows 95/NT4.0 does not support AGP! Is that true? Every AGP card that I see in the computer stores claim to be
compatible with Win 95 and NT.40. I am using
Windows 95 and after installing AGP card,
I could not install the provided drivers.
What gives? What the heck is Microsoft doing
to us? I do not want to use crapy Windows 98.
Unfortunately, windows 95 is not the best choice to support AGP--especially with the BX motherboards. I had an AGP video card running fine with windows 95 in an LX motherboard. I had seen problems with windows 95 and 8 megs agp memory cards. My Agp video card runs fine in NT. I think I got lucky!
windows 95A does not support agp but win95B and C or 2.1 and 2.5 do support agp.what you need to do is go to control panel and system and look in device manager to see if u have some drivers not loaded, look in other to see if ur pci bridge is there with an exclamation mark if it is you need to contact the manufacture of your logic board and download the drivers for pci bridge and bus mastering. They will probably be all in the sam driver, then assuming you have win 95B or C you need to install the drivers for usb support which will be on the win 95 cd. I think they are located in other folder on the cd then inside usb, seems like the b version and c version are in different places one of the drivers is usbsupp.exe and i believe there is one more, but do a search for usb and look at the readme file. after all that is done you should be able to install your agp card with no prob. but you have to have those drivers insalled and working properly first
all you need to do is install the update
realease pack 1 i beleive for usb support
and that will enable your agp slot under win 95a
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