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2d Datarecording Driver Download For Windows 10

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VBEMP.DRV is a standard Windows 9x™ Video Display Driver. It supports ALL of MS Windows 9x™ Family (Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows Me) It supports a wide range of videocards emulated via virtualization software: Bochs, QEMU, VMware, Innotek VirtualBox, Microsoft VirtualPC. Windows 10 direct draw trying to play an older PC game. I finally figured out to get my DirectPlay working, but as soon as I overcame that speed bump I immediately hit another, and im really tired and just wanna play my game oready lol.

BMW HP Race Datalogger

The package provides Intel 2D camera Driver is supported on Latitude 7275, XPS 12 9250, Latitude 5175 and Latitude 5179 running the following Operating Systems: Windows 10 Get the latest driver Please enter your product details to view the latest driver information for your system. Create designs and send to a Silhouette machine. This is the free basic version of this software. Paid upgrades (Designer Edition, Designer Edition +, and Business Edition) can be applied onto to this version. Below you find all necessary drivers for communication with your 2D device. To download click on the picture and save onto your computer. If you use a USBCOM cable, please use the respective drivers. Windows 10 Notice: The only driver Windows 10 isn’t able to find on it’s own is the ST Virtual Comport for the LASI-Logger and ESC-Unit.

Is it possible to upgrade the software to have more features available?

The software that comes with the BMW Data Logger has a limited range of functions.

If you need more functionality, you can buy the regular version of our software.

Here you get an overview of all available license levels and their function overview, in order to compare them.

Why does the USB stick tool recognize the stick, but doesn’t configure it when restoring?

The USB stick must be FAT32 formatted.

Please insert the stick into the BMW logger and switch it on. The USB stick should then be initialized.

If you have further questions about the BMW logger, please contact BMW HP Race Support.

Dainese D-air®

I’m getting the Message: “Found no 2D logging device! Registration not possible!”

Windows is unable to install the drivers for the USB connection.

Please connect your D-air suit to your computer and open the Windows Device Manager. There should be a device marked as not working.

Try updateing the drivers and make Windows search online for the correct drivers. To do so, please click the Driver tab, click Update Driver and follow the instructions.
(Alternatively, you will find them under “Drivers” within the installation directory.).

After the driver installation the software will generate the licence codes automatically.

If this does not work, we offer support via Teamviewer Remote Desktop.

How do I obtain a licence and registration for my D-Air suit and the 2D Software?

The license comes with the suit.

Once you have installed the software and connected your suit, the license is automatically registered.

You can download the software on our downloads setups section.

How can I setup WinARace Analyzer to display each lap separately?

Search for “GPS lap triggers and lap tables” in our tutorial video section.

Dashware

How can I integrate data from a 2D measurement into a video?

Please use the following link: http://2d-datarecording.com/support/dashware/

Open the manual and follow the instructions.

Attention! Dashware is a 2D independent program, only 2D data can be exported and imported into Dashware.

Licences

Can I communicate with 2D Modules without buying a Licence key?

Yes, that’s possible.

Use the current software Race201x (You will get it in our download section).

The download and use of Winit is free of charge.

The 2D Remote Desktop for support requests is included (More info here).

How can I purchase a licence?

Please use our

You can get an overview of all available license levels here.

How do I register my product?

Please refer to our Software Installation Guide.

On page 5 you will find everything you need to be able to license the 2D software.

Logger

Which USB sticks can I use with the CANStick loggers?

Proper functioning of the logger is only guaranteed with USB sticks sold by 2D.

Software

Can I use the 2D Software on my Apple Mac?

Our software runs exclusively on current Microsoft Windows operating systems and is not compatible with macOS.

To use 2D Software on your Mac, please install Windows on a Boot Camp partition.

Please read FAQ: Which versions of Windows are supported?

Can I use the 2D Software with Linux?

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Our software runs exclusively on current Windows operating systems and is not compatible with Linux.

Which versions of Windows are supported?

Our software is compatible with Windows 7 and onwards.

Please note!

Since January 14th, 2020 Microsoft has stopped supporting Windows 7.
We recommend using Windows 10.

Further Information:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-7-end-of-life-support-information

Where do I find older software versions?

Please use our

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This project started on May, 2004.

Overview

Key features :

  • The main IDEA of the project was taken from standard XP/2003 VGA.SYS display driver with generic VESA BIOS Extensions (VBE) 1.02/2.00/3.00+ support.
  • VBEMP.DRV is a standard Windows 9x™ Video Display Driver.
  • It supports ALL of MS Windows 9x™ Family (Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows Me)
  • It supports a wide range of videocards emulated via virtualization software: Bochs, QEMU, VMware, Innotek VirtualBox, Microsoft VirtualPC.
  • For proper operation my driver expects that your video card's BIOS is 100%-compatible with VESA Video BIOS extensions specification. Nowadays there are many video cards that don't fully supports INT10 interface, which is provided by VESA/VBE standard (See VBE FAQ below for details).
  • Supports VBE 2.00+ compliant PCI/AGP/PCI-E video cards with linear frame buffer.
  • Partially supports VBE 1.x compliant ISA/EISA/MCA/VLB/PCI video cards with linear frame buffer (only Cirrus Logic chips).
  • 256color(8bit), 16bit, 24bit, 32bit true color modes support.
  • 320x200, 320x240, 320x400, 400x300, 512x384, 640x350, 640x400, 640x480, 720x400, 720x480, 720x576, 800x480, 800x600, 832x624, 1024x600, 1024x768, 1152x864, 1280x600, 1280x720, 1280x768, 1280x800, 1280x960, 1280x1024, 1360x768, 1366x768, 1400x1050, 1440x900, 1600x900, 1600x1200, 1680x1050, 1792x1344, 1856x1392, 1920x1080, 1920x1440, 1920x1200, 2048x1536, 2560x1440, 2560x1600 if these resolutions are supported by your video card's BIOS. *
  • Advanced Power Management (APM) and Monitor Detection support are provided by Windows itself.

Planned features :

  • VBE 3.0 support (switching refresh rates)
  • Uncached Speculative Write Combining (USWC)
  • Feature to install the driver without reboot
  • VBE 1.02 Support (Banked FB > 64Kb)
  • DirectDraw Support
  • Hardware Video Overlay Support
  • More than one device for output (display, video out device, flat panel)
  • 2-bit (mono) and 4-bit (16 colors) support for testing purposes only
  • Old adapters support like EGA, CGA, Hercules etc. for testing purposes only :)

Download drivers

This driver is intended for using in case when your have some new or unknown video card(s) and you don't have drivers for it. It's really better to contact manufacturer of your video card or search THE WEB for the drivers. ONLY if you finally cannot find driver for your video card I recommend you to use mine (vbemp.drv). My driver does not provide any kind of 3D hardware acceleration (DirectX & OpenGL). For this purpose third-party libraries can be used.

My driver does NOT support multiple video cards connected simultaneously and this feature is NOT planned.

Before installing VBEMP.DRV I recommend removing any display drivers installed and switching to the standard VGA mode 640x480x16colors.

System requirements :
  • Windows 95 - latest Service Pack is recommended
  • Windows 98 - latest Service Pack is recommended
  • Windows Me - latest Service Pack is recommended

OS

Version

Description

Link

Windows 9x clones - ALL of them

Release version beta
2014.02.14

Universal VBE20 version. *

[?],[?],[?]

Windows 9x clones - ALL of them

Release version beta
2014.01.31

Universal VBE20 version. *

[?],[?],[?]

Windows 9x clones - ALL of them

Release, debug version pre-beta
2010.06.01

Universal VBE20 version. *

[?],[?],[?]

Windows 9x clones - ALL of them

Release, debug version pre-beta
2008.10.21

Universal VBE20 version. *

[?],[?],[?]

Windows 9x clones - ALL of them

Release version pre-beta
2008.03.23

Universal/Manual VBE20 version. *

[?],[?],[?]

Windows 9x clones - ALL of them

Original source code

FRAMEBUF sample from Windows 9x DDK. Compile it with MASM 6.x.
http://www.mdgx.com/add.htm#DDK

* If universal version does not work with your card, you may try Manual version. To get it you should contact me by e-mail & send me report generated by INFOVBE.EXE, so I could send you personal driver for your video card by e-mail.

Installation note 0: Current driver unsolved problems:

  • Slow driver operation when user scroll, move or resize a window.
  • Locking and garbage problems when entering DOS WDM or console session.
  • Garbage problems when displaying text with some screen fonts.
Do not ask me about it, just wait for next driver release, which date is TBD.

Installation note 1: If you are experiencing problems while installing my driver read article below. Details here: MSKB: How to install or change a video driver (Q131806)

Installation note 2: If your card is working slowly and screen is flickering with VBEMP installed, especially when moving large windows and scrolling texts you may improve it: go to Control Panel -> Display -> Settings tab -> Advanced button -> Troubleshooting tab and move Hardware acceleration slider to the left position (None). Details here: MSKB: How to Change the Graphics Hardware Acceleration Setting in Windows (Q263391)

Installation note 3: Starting from version dated 2008.03.16, vbemp9x.zip contains these variants of VBEMP driver:

'UNIVERSAL':Windows
  • VBE9xBASE16 - version (VBE 2.0+) for ANY cards, 8/16 bit color ONLY
  • VBE9xUNI - version (VBE 2.0+) for ANY cards

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'MANUAL' (obsolete):
  • VBE9xATI - version (VBE 2.0+) for ATI, 3dfx, Cirrus Logic, Intel740, TSENG Labs cards ONLY
  • VBE9xNV - version (VBE 2.0+) for nVidia, Riva128, Intel (845+), Trident, Matrox, S3 cards ONLY
  • VBE9xINTEL - version (VBE 2.0+) for Intel (845+) cards ONLY (experimental version)
  • VBE9xBOCHS - version (VBE 2.0+) for BochsVBE card ONLY
  • VBE9xVIRTUALBOX - version (VBE 2.0+) for VirtualBoxVBE card ONLY
  • VBE9xVMWAREII - version (VBE 2.0+) for VMWare II SVGA card ONLY
Special builds:
  • VBE9xCL54 - version (VBE 1.02) for Cirrus Logic CL-GD54xx cards ONLY
if one version is not working correctly with your card try another or vice versa....

Installation note 3: Version dated 2014.01.31 and later, 140131.zip contains these variants of VBEMP driver:

'UNIVERSAL':
  • 128MB - version (VBE 2.0+) for ANY cards, VRAM memory limited to 128 Mb.
  • 064MB - version (VBE 2.0+) for ANY cards, VRAM memory limited to 64 Mb.
  • 032MB - version (VBE 2.0+) for ANY cards, VRAM memory limited to 32 Mb.
'MANUAL' (140214.zip):
  • ATOMBIOS - version (VBE 2.0+) for AMD/ATI cards with ATOMBIOS - mostly HD series and later.
  • LOGGED - debug version, produces c:vbelog.txt, see Driver troubleshooting section below.
if one version is not working correctly with your card try another or vice versa....

Special folders:

  • NOVESA - VXD driver, which prevent access to VESA modes in DOS session
  • PATCH - contains GETBIOS tool, which can save binary VBIOS from memory into file, mostly named c000.rom, for modifying.
  • PATCH - contains INTELDMP patcher, it can add new video modes into resident Video BIOS for some chips.

    First of all, you must figure out and select what BIOS file is for your video card (it can be either EXE or DAT file), or you can use binary file, dumped by GETBIOS tool.

    In example, provided below we use ALV_1411.EXE - it is for Intel 91xG (Moble).

    How to use it:

    1. Run: INTELDMP ALV_1411.EXE, it prints actual mode table from BIOS file, find one, that you can safely replace with custom mode. Remember which mode to replace and convert mode number to decimal.
    2. Run: INTELDMP ALV_1411.EXE ALV.EXE 48 1024 600, to create a new BIOS file (ALV.EXE) from old (ALV_1411.EXE) with new mode. Note that 48 is a decimal mode number, in p.p. 1 it will be shown as 0x30 (hex).
  • PATCH - contains RAMBIOS tools, which can load and activate binary VBIOS file into memory, replacing default one: rambios.com /i vbios.bin or rambios.exe vbios.bin.
  • PATCHVBIOS - contains INTEL VBIOS collection, see below:

Installation note 3: By default any Plug'N'Play video cards will be detected CORRECTLY by 9x version of my driver. But if you wish, you MAY add your video card's PCI VENDOR/DEVICE ID in vbemp.inf so your card will named as it is or you can select the driver manually when Windows firstly find an unknown device. This is an optional operation!
Sample:

To create this string you may use Craig Hart's PCI.EXE tool mentioned below, here is a sample listing:

Installation note 4: If you trying to use VBEMP driver with ISA/MCA/VLB card in most cases you must play with the following BIOS Setup options:

  • 'ISA LFB Base Address'
  • 'ISA Linear Frame Buffer'
  • 'ISA VGA Frame Buffer Size'
  • 'Memory Hole At 15M-16M'
so system memory will not crossover with videocard's memory.

Screenshots. VBEMP 9x Project in work :)

  • Windows 95 4.00.1111 (4.00.950 C) [?],[?],[?]
  • Windows 98 Second Edition 4.10.2222 [?],[?],[?]
  • Windows Millennium Edition 4.90.3000 [?],[?],[?]

Instruction: Complete VBEMP driver removal from Win9x system

  1. In %WINDOWS_DIR%SYSTEM.INI modify or add this line in [boot] section:
  2. Remove files:
  3. Delete your card from Device Manager or clean Registry hives:

Additional information

Official VESA BIOS Extensions 2.0 standard information - http://www.vesa.org/public/vbe/vbe20.pdf.

Official VESA BIOS Extensions 3.0 standard information - http://www.vesa.org/public/vbe/vbe3.pdf.

Official VESA BIOS Extensions 3.0 standard information - http://www.vesa.org/public/vbe/vbecore3.pdf.

Official VESA BIOS AF Extensions standard information - http://www.vesa.org/public/vbe/VBE-AF07.pdf.

Official VESA BIOS DDC Extensions 1.1 standard information - http://www.vesa.org/public/vbe/VBEDDC11.pdf.

THE VESA GENERALIZED TIMING FORMULA (GTF) Excel™ spreadsheet - http://www.vesa.org/Public/GTF/GTF_V1R1.xls.

VESA COORDINATED VIDEO TIMING (CVT) GENERATOR Revision 1.1 Excel™ spreadsheet - http://www.vesa.org/Public/CVT/CVTd6r1.xls.

SciTech Software Inc released commercial version of a similar driver (SciTech SNAP Graphics changelog) for Windows, OS/2, QNX & Linux. These versions are 21-day trial.

  1. Download Windows 2000/XP Version 3.1.4 DPVL beta2 [dpvlbeta2.zip].
  2. Download Windows NT 4.0 Version 3.1.1 [snap-winnt-3.1.1.exe]. Supported hardware.
  3. Download Windows NT 4.0 Version 3.1.3 beta 1284 [snap-winnt-3.1.3-1284.exe].
  4. Download DOS Version 3.1.1 [snap-dos-3.1.1.exe]. Supported hardware.
  5. Download IBM OS/2 (eCS) Version 3.1.8 [snap-os2-3.1.8.exe]. Supported hardware.

A more recent Personal (6-month trial) version you may get after FREE registering at http://my.scitechsoft.com/navigate.php.

Here you can find some tests and benchmarks which I use to test performance of my driver - Benches ([?],[?],[?])

Here are the list of third party software, which is compatible with VBEMP driver and provides limited support of 3D acceleration.

Name

Owner

API

Compatibilty

Notes

Reference Rasterizer (DitectX SDK)

Microsoft

DX8, DX9

Same as DirectX, x86/x64

Supports shaders, Slow

RGB Rasterizer (DitectX SDK)

Microsoft

DX8, DX9

Same as DirectX, x86/x64

No shaders support, Faster than reference

Pixomatic

RAD Game Tools

DX8, DX9

Windows9x/NT4 and later

Supports SMP. No shaders support, Faster than MS RGB Rasterizer

SwiftShader 2.0/3.0

TransGaming

DX8, DX9

Windows 2000 and later

Supports SMP. Since v 3.0 supports x64, but Windows 2000 is dropped. Some slower than Pixomatic. Shaders support. Problems with FFP rendering.

Mesa3D

open-source

OpenGL

Windows9x/NT4 and later

Newer versions supports Windows XP and later.

Visit VOGONS Vintage Driver Library for Mesa3D, SwiftShader drivers.

Here is an older wrappers, renderers which are tested: Realtech VR DXGL Wrapper, AltOpenGL, TechLand Soft OpenGL, mesaFX OpenGL, SciTech Software GLDirect.

Tested video cards/chipsets

  1. VBE 3.00 INTERNAL Intel G43 Graphics
  2. VBE 3.00 INTERNAL Intel Q963 (GMA 3000) Graphics
  3. VBE 3.00 INTERNAL Intel 946GZ Graphics
  4. VBE 3.00 INTERNAL Intel 945G Graphics
  5. VBE 3.00 INTERNAL Intel 915G Graphics
  6. VBE 3.00 INTERNAL Intel 82865G Graphics
  7. VBE 3.00 INTERNAL Intel 82845G Graphics
  8. VBE 2.00 AGP 8Mb ATI Rage 3D Pro AGP 2x (BGA Package)
  9. VBE 2.00 AGP 8Mb ATI Rage P/M Mobility AGP 2x
  10. VBE 2.00 AGP 32Mb ATI Rage128 PF/Pro AGP 4x (TMDS)
  11. VBE 2.00 AGP 64Mb ATI Radeon 9000 Series (RV250)
  12. VBE 2.00 INTERNAL ATI Radeon Xpress 200M Series
  13. VBE 3.00 16Mb? ATI Radeon X1650 Series (RV530 LE)
  14. VBE 3.00 16Mb? ATI Radeon X1950 GT [RV570]
  15. VBE 3.00 AGP 16Mb 3Dfx Interactive Voodoo3 2000
  16. VBE 3.00 PCI 4Mb nVidia RIVA 128 2D/3D Gui Accelerator
  17. VBE 3.00 AGP 4Mb nVidia RIVA 128 2D/3D Gui Accelerator
  18. VBE 3.00 AGP 16Mb nVidia RIVA TNT GUI+3D Accelerator [NV4]
  19. VBE 3.00 AGP 16Mb nVidia RIVA TNT2 Model 64 [NVM64]
  20. VBE 3.00 AGP 32Mb nVidia GeForce2 MX/MX400 [NV11]
  21. VBE 3.00 AGP 64Mb nVidia GeForce2 GTS/PRO [NV15]
  22. VBE 3.00 AGP 64Mb nVidia Geforce3 Ti 200 [NV20]
  23. VBE 3.00 AGP 128Mb nVidia GeForce FX 5200 [NV34.3]
  24. VBE 3.00 INTERNAL nVidia GeForce 6100 nForce 430
  25. VBE 3.00 nVidia GeForce 7600GS
  26. VBE 2.00 PCI 4Mb Matrox MGA-2164W Millenium II PCI
  27. VBE 2.00 AGP 4Mb Matrox MGA-G100 AGP
  28. VBE 2.00 PCI 4Mb TSENG LABS Inc ET6000
  29. VBE 2.00 PCI 2Mb S3 Inc 86C375 ViRGE/DX
  30. VBE 2.00 AGP 4Mb S3 Inc 86C368 Trio3D/2X
  31. VBE 2.00 INTERNAL Trident CyberBlade i7
  32. VBE 2.00 PCI 8Mb? VirtualBox VBE Adapter (Innotek VirtualBox)
  33. VBE 2.00 PCI 16Mb VMware SVGA II (VMware)
  34. VBE 2.00 PCI 4Mb Cirrus Logic CL-GD5446 PCI (QEMU)
  35. VBE 2.00 PCI 4Mb IBM Plex86/Bochs VBE Adapter (QEMU/Bochs)
  36. VBE 1.02 INTERNAL 1Mb Cirrus Logic CL-GD5428
  37. VBE 1.02 VLB 1Mb Cirrus Logic CL-GD5428
  38. VBE 1.02 INTERNAL 512Kb Cirrus Logic CL-GD5424

Driver troubleshooting

When you have problems with VBEMP, there are two basics scenarios:

  1. Computer starts, but driver is not working properly.
  2. Computer not starts, i.e. crashes, having BSOD or 'hang'.

Before debugging try these actions, provided below:

  1. Physically remove memory chips (note that with more than 512 Mb RAM Windows 9x may not work correctly without special preparation): 512 -> 256 -> 128 -> 64 -> 32 -> 16 -> 8.
  2. Or enter this line MaxPhysPage=20000 into section [386enh] of system.ini file, limiting accessible RAM to 512 Mb.
  3. Upgrade motherboard's BIOS to the latest version.
  4. Clear CMOS settings to default or safe.
  5. Decrease AGP Aperture in BIOS to lowest value as it is unused by VBEMP.
  6. Temporarily remove or disable in BIOS any devices, external controllers such as: usb, sound, hdd, lan or others.
  7. Try a videocard with another bus: AGP, PCIe, PCI, onboard.
  8. Windows 98/ME only: Try to enable/disable ACPI BIOS support, see ACPIOption registry value. After changing it you must delete (by removing HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINEENUM subtree) and redetect all system devices.

To start debugging process you MUST request a DEBUG-version of driver from me by e-mail. Here are the solutions in brief:

  • Method #1 (using logged version): Manually create c:vbelog.txt. Install logged version. When it runs, logging is made to c:vbelog.txt. Please send me this log after you system is loaded or crashed.
  • Method #2 (using Debugger/WDeb386): Use Microsoft Windows 9x x86 32-bit Debugging Tools to trace debug logging information from the driver via serial port:
    • For Windows 95: search Internet for Win95ddk
    • For Windows 98: search Internet for Win98ddk.exe (19987736 bytes)
    • For Windows 98SE: search Internet for Win98ddk.exe (26377712 bytes)
    • For Windows Me: http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/devtools/debugging/installx86.mspx, winmeddk.exe (1469056 bytes)

    OR Install debugging components only from here: [?],[?],[?] (Win9x/ME only).
    Additional PC with installed Windows 9x/ME is reqired for debugging process. Connect two PC's using this nullmodem serial cable:
    • For Windows 95/98/98SE/ME:
      On target PC - Copy debugger.exe to Windows root directory (as usual it is - C:WINDOWS) and make sure that system.ini resides also there contains these lines:
    On host PC - copy rterm.exe (or rterm98.exe) from target PC. After that create shortcut for it onto Windows 9x desktop.
    Firstly, connect two PC's via serial cable.
    Secondly, start host PC and execute rterm.exe.
    Then start target PC. It will be started in debugmode. If target PC hangs, exit from rterm.exe on debugger PC and send vbe.log to me.

After you produce logs from driver you can give me additional information about your system and video adapter. This step is optional!!! Without driver logs this information is meaningless for me!!!

  1. Collect VESA BIOS and system information :

    • Download NEW 2in1INFOVBE.EXE ([?],[?],[?]) tool. This archive also contains 1.44 Mb bootable floppy image with this tool for users who don't have DOS or Windows9x already installed.You must run it under pure MS-DOS (Real Mode) like:
    • Download Craig Hart's PCI.EXE, pci104vka tool(s) and PCI devices list (place them in one directory overwriting existing version of pcidevs.txt). You must run it under DOS/Windows 9x like: Please send me vbe.txt, devpci.txt, devpci.htm in compressed view (rar, zip, 7z...) by e-mail.
  2. For ISA/VLB card owners: There are new tools - lfb_det.exe/lfb.exe, which can automatically detect linear frame buffer address of your card in system address space. They are distributed only by request via e-mail. Read pp.3 ('Collect system information'), make logs and I will send you these tools.

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VBE FAQ: VESA BIOS Extensions standard deviation list

Cards (chips) affected

Description

Intel 845G, 855G, 865G, 915G and later

PRB: Cannot set native resolutions i.e. 1024x600, 800x480, 1280x800, mostly on notebooks with Intel integrated graphics.
DETAILS: In Video BIOS - mode tables these non-standard modes are absent or filtered. When you try to ask BIOS to set it, BIOS returns an error.
FIX: Update your BIOS with latest version or patch it. In DOS/Windows9x it is possible to use software Intel TSR VBIOS VESA-driver.

Intel 845G, 855G, 865G, 915G and later

PRB: Cannot set resolution higher than 800x600x8bits and 640x480x16bits.
DETAILS: In Video BIOS frame buffer size hardwired to 832 Kbytes, which is not enough even for 1024x768x16bit = 1024*768*2 = 1572864, 1572864 > 832K.
FIX: Update your BIOS with latest version or patch it. In DOS/Windows9x it is possible to use software Intel TSR VBIOS VESA-driver.

Intel 810E, 815E series

PRB: Cannot use linear frame buffer, but card identifies itself as VBE 3.0 compatible.
DETAILS: In Video BIOS linear frame buffer support is absent, but card itself supports linear frame buffer.
FIX: None known.

ATI Radeon Xkkkk series (starting with X700)

PRB: Cannot use custom screen refresh rates, but card identifies itself as VBE 3.0 compatible.
DETAILS: In Video BIOS screen refresh rates switching code is absent. When you try to ask BIOS to set it, BIOS immediately returns VBE error 0x34F.
FIX: None known.

nVidia GeForce 5xxx/6xxx/7xxx (and newer ones)

PRB: Cannot use custom screen refresh rates, but card identifies itself as VBE 3.0 compatible.
DETAILS: In Video BIOS screen refresh rates switching code is changed. When you try to ask BIOS to set it, BIOS always sets default refresh (60 Hz).
FIX: None known.

nVidia GeForce 5xxx/6xxx/7xxx (and newer ones)

PRB: Cannot set any resolution higher than 800x600.
DETAILS: In Video BIOS - mode tables 1024x768 modes and higher are absent or filtered. When you try to ask BIOS to set it, BIOS returns an error.
FIX: Update your BIOS with latest version or patch it.

VESA 1.x cards

PRB: When accessing fullscreen textmode, computer 'hangs'.
DETAILS: In Video BIOS mode-set routines are badly written for calling them in 32 bit protected mode.
FIX: None known. In DOS/Windows9x it is possible to use software VESA-driver.

Different VESA cards

PRB: When calling VBE functions, highword bits of EAX register and may be others (i.e. 0x????0000) may contain garbage.
DETAILS: In Video BIOS VESA routines are badly written for calling them using 32 bit registers.
FIX: Filter highword bits of EAX.


Project history

  • DEC 06, 2007: initial 'semi-automatic' version is made.
  • DEC 08, 2007: fixes and some cleanup in code is made.
  • DEC 13, 2007: first public release of VBEMP 9x web page.
  • DEC 23, 2007: TEMPORARILY announced ability to make a 'Manual' version of VBEMP by request.
  • DEC 26, 2007: VBEMP minor changes.
  • MAR 08, 2008: new MANUAL experimental version made for Intel chips.
  • MAR 15-16, 2008: new UNIVERSAL version is finally made.
  • MAR 22-23, 2008: UNIVERSAL version updated.
  • OCT 21, 2008: new UNIVERSAL version with TSR VBIOS and ASUS EEE PC support.
  • JUN 01, 2010: UNIVERSAL version updated.
  • JAN 31, 2014: new UNIVERSAL version with Intel(r) TSR VBIOS kit.
  • FEB 14, 2014: UNIVERSAL version updated.

Changelog

License

VBEMP 9x driver Project *
License for use and distribution

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* term abbreviated to VBEMP below.

  1. The authors - Bearwindows and AnaPa Corporation, exclusively own all copyrights to VBEMP.
  2. Anyone may use this software free for noncommercial use only.
  3. For commercial use, send a email request for pricing.
  4. The VBEMP, may be freely distributed, with exceptions noted below, provided the distribution package is not modified. No person or company may charge a fee for the distribution of VBEMP without written permission from the copyright holder. The VBEMP may not be bundled or distributed with any other package without written permission of the copyright holder. Distribution of any VBEMP version before 10/19/2007 or unauthorized site content mirroring is strictly prohibited.
  5. VBEMP IS DISTRIBUTED 'AS IS'. NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND IS EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. YOU USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. THE AUTHOR WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DATA LOSS, DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS OR ANY OTHER KIND OF LOSS WHILE USING OR MISUSING THIS SOFTWARE. THE LICENSE TERMS CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT ARE SUBJECT TO BEING CHANGED, WITHOUT NOTICE, IN FUTURE EDITIONS.
  6. You may not use, copy, emulate, clone, rent, lease, sell, modify, decompile, disassemble, otherwise reverse engineer, or transfer the licensed program, or any subset of the licensed program, except as provided for in this agreement. Any such unauthorized use shall result in immediate and automatic termination of this license and may result in criminal and/or civil prosecution.
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  8. Installing and using VBEMP signifies acceptance of these terms and conditions of the license.
  9. If you do not agree with the terms of this license you must remove VBEMP files from your storage devices and cease to use the product.

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