MATROX QID LINUX DRIVER
Should be capable of 8. This card does have Windows 7 drivers available for it here. Thank you for your interest in this question. Am reverting to Windows XPx It only saw the monitors in windows thoughand allowed me to use 3 monitors, but not powerdesk.
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My guess is that powerdesk is the real problem issue, not the drivers Thank you for your interest in this question. Please do not hesitate to get back to me if you have any further questions. I emailed Matrox and this was the response: The corresponding driver for your product llnux be found in the following links, you will need driver version 2.
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If you put it in, and it doesn’t work, try installing the Vista driver. It is a PCIe x16 graphics card with 4 outputs that can run up to x and has MB memory on board. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?
This hotfix is required for the correct operation and is only available for download from the Microsoft support website:.
In order to install Windows 7 on your system with our cards, you need to follow the steps below.
This card does have Windows 7 drivers available for it here. The Matrox website does not mention Windows 7 yet.
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I had tried the Vista x64 and Windows x64 drivers and they don’t install on Windows 7 so either my card is not working although it is recognised or I mtrox to wait for Matrox. To begin with please install the hotfix from Microsoft for the Operating System.
It works in Windows Vista, therefor it is very likely to work in windows 7. Subsequent to the hotfix installation, install the Matrox device driver. I guess that’s the last for my QID card!