I was at the ATI BBS today and downloaded what I THOUGHT were new drivers
that might improve Warp video performance with my ATI Graphics Ultra+ (2mb).
I followed the usual dspinstl routine (I've been using OS/2 since 2.0), I
found that the drivers that came with Warp were in fact the latest and so
I wanted to return to them once I'd realized my mistake.
I used the selective install routine. I selected the ATI Technologies
Mach 32 driver from the list provided and came up the error that the
install routine couldn't find the correct *.dsp file. Bummer.
What gives? How can I get the selective install routine to recognize the
*.dsp files in d:\os2image\.. subdirs?
I know the appropriate files are there. I deleted the mach_os2 subdir
that the older version of the drivers created on the OS/2 drive. But
somehow, the selective install has lost it's way and can't find the *.dsp
files on the Warp CD.
I'm at my wits end on this one.
Everything was working just fine until I did this REALLY STUPID THING!!.
Any help - either posted here, or better yet, e-mailed - would be hugely
At the moment, all I have is VGA (640x480 16) and I'm sick of it.
PS - I was dumb enough not to create an archive of my desktop (limited
disk space) so I hold myself to blame for this one. And ATI. We both may
be Canadian, but their drivers really suck. Mine, on the other hand,.....
Devin Baines | My Canada includes compulsory
Nepean, Ontario | Nectar of the Gods.