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Installing older video card into XP

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I have been using my computer with an onboard video driver for the last few years - never got motivated enough to get a video card. Recently I found an old Diamond V330 PCI video card kicking around and figured since I already had it I may as well throw it in. I can't find any drivers for it to work in XP - this card was put out in '97 so all the drivers are Win9x and NT.
Any ideas on a driver that would work for me?? Thanks in advance.

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You need to find a WXP or W2K driver for it. Start with the manufacturer's web page first, they may have one. If not, you can try here http://www.driverguide.com/
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