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Matrox Magnum Series boards MG-10x/12x (16-Bit AT bus ISA) and more ...

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Old January 17th 18, 05:27 PM posted to alt.comp.periphs.videocards.matrox
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Default Matrox Magnum Series boards MG-10x/12x (16-Bit AT bus ISA) and more ...


I'm searching any OS drivers for the given Matrox boards of the "Magnum" Series:
* MG-104
* MG-108
* MG-124
* MG-128

Furthermore I'm looking for any externally available information about Matrox "MG-3D" and/or "MG-3D Ultra", not included in magazines InfoWorld and PCMag.

Thanks so far.

Cheers, Stephan

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