Device Drivers for Windows XP 32 Bit & 2000

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Device Drivers for Windows XP 32 Bit & 2000

VIDAR supports Windows XP® 32 bit and Windows 2000® via STI1via driver software.  Support for Adaptac ASPI2 device drivers on Windows 2000 has been discontinued.

After installing the Adaptec 293 card in your PC, select and install the appropriate device drivers for your system to ensure proper communication between the digitizer and PC.  VIDAR has introduced a driver CD that can be used to install UB or SCSI drivers on Windows 2000 and XP operating Systems.  Note that only digitizers with serial numbers 310000 and higher have USB interface capability.  VIDAR drivers support USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 is not supported).

VIDAR supports the following Windows operating systems:

  • Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3
  • Windows 2000 Service Pack 4

Instructions for installation are different for different operating systems, depending on whether you use a USB or SCSI interface.  Complete instructions for all supported and legacy systems are available at the Setup Guide links in the chart below.  The table below also outlines the CDs needed for each operating system.

Operating System and Interface Device Driver ASPI CDs needed

Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3

Windows 2000 Service Pack 4

SCSI or USB Interface

VIDAR STI

No

VIDAR Driver Installation CD version 3.0— This CD is now being shipped in the Installation Manual with new hardware products. For driver installation instructions, please download the Setup Guide.

IMPORTANT: The Driver CD files must be burned to a CD for the autorun installation program to run. After downloading the Driver CD zip file, unzip the files to the hard drive. Then burn the files to a CD and install according to the Setup Guide. If you are not able to burn a CD, please request the VIDAR Toolkit and Driver CD from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Shipping charges may apply.

1The STI driver takes advantage of Microsoft's Still Image Architecture (STI) for digital imaging devices.

2(Advanced SCSI Programming Interface) An interface specification developed by Adaptec, Inc., Milpitas, CA, that provides a common language between drivers and SCSI host adapters.

 

 

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