Message 6 of 6. The hardware ID’s decode to a Matrox Ge video controller. It does create a lot of work I agree! Even if you don’t have that option in your server! This topic has been archived. Hewlett Packard Enterprise International.

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Matrox Ge ServerEngines – English 6. Does anyone know where I can get XP pro drivers for this box please?

Before we start, I already know HP don’t support Server for this model Message 2 of 6. Typing the beginning of the device ID into Google can give you a clue as to what it is.

It does get increasingly harder the older XP gets. Message 1 of 6. Please list the operating system you installed and whether it is 32 or 64 bit.

The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. It does create a lot of work I agree! It works with matrox Ge server engine display driver, with version 2.


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When you end up with one remaining device and you’re tearing your hair out finding a driver for it – there isn’t one, find the HP Null Device driver and stick that on. Prolisnt server is windows standard server, 32 bit, and I can’t get driver for display. Originally Posted by Michael.

I’ve found it increasingly more difficult to get XP drivers for HP recently too for certain hardware. Glad you got the video driver you needed. Hewlett Packard Enterprise International. Those will identify the model video adapter you have and I can try and find some drivers for it.

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Hi Paul, Windows Xp is not an offically supported operating system for this server so I doudb it. Also, if your name is AngryTechnician, When you pointed to the location of the INF file, Windows will probably tell you it’s not suitable, but have you tried anyway? By Haptic in forum Our Advertisers. Thank you very much for your help. Message 3 of 6. All forum topics Previous Topic.


What network card is it? I am more concerned about bios upgrades which may mess up the OS – that is why I posted the question – I suppose the best way is to get the exact MB reference and go to the manufacturers site for drivers and BIOS Regards Paul.

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