ATI Rage All-In-Wonder 128 Pro MMC Software


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richard.argentieri

Does anyone know where I can get a hold of the Multimedia Center for
the ATI Rage All-In-Wonder 128 Pro. I believe the last version I
used was MMC 7.2 but the ATI site doesn't support Rage cards anymore
(Yeah there is a driver) and the 9.x version of MMC wont' work on my
box. I've been looking for this for days and I'd hate to have to buy
a new card for this old machine. Anyhelp would be appreciated.


Rich
 
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Captain Midnight

Does anyone know where I can get a hold of the Multimedia Center for
the ATI Rage All-In-Wonder 128 Pro. I believe the last version I
used was MMC 7.2 but the ATI site doesn't support Rage cards anymore
(Yeah there is a driver) and the 9.x version of MMC wont' work on my
box. I've been looking for this for days and I'd hate to have to buy
a new card for this old machine. Anyhelp would be appreciated.


Rich

I use 7.7 with W2k. The card just doesn't support Gamma. Evidently they
aren't bothering to put this stuff on the new webpages. Can understand not
supporting something so old but why not host the files?

Capture just stopped working in both W2K and W98 on my dual boot system so
assume the card is going bad. Certainly changes my ideas on shuffling video
cards when building the next system.

Found this on the site incase someone else is tempted to look for it.

Non-Supported Products (Legacy)
"Legacy" products are simply products that are no longer being manufactured
by ATI. Legacy products may still be available for sale by resellers and
online stores, but these products are no longer manufactured by ATI. These
include products such as the RADEON 8000 series, RADEON 7000 series products
as well pre-RADEON 7000 based boards such as RAGE 128 PRO and other pre-RAGE
128 boards (e.g. Rage Pro, mach64, etc.). While some of these products may
still carry the balance of their 5 year repair warranty, technical support
and Customer Care options have discontinued.
 
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