Drivers for Camaro motherboard

  badgerschuff 09:06 07 Mar 04

I have recently bought from e bay a Camaro (0003 31) motherboard with a AMD K6-550MHZ processor. Can anybody tell me where i can download the required drivers and the manufacturer of the board.The only other number mentioned is KE0560067 CAMARO and it was made in China. Thanks for any help.


  valex008 09:24 07 Mar 04

go here click here

  valex008 09:32 07 Mar 04

the board was made by 3cam technology the drivers are on on driverguide . com (as link above) just search the model number as above i did thay are there

  valex008 09:41 07 Mar 04

search the ke05 number in lowercase

  Gongoozler 09:44 07 Mar 04

Hi badgerschuff. As far as I can tell, the Camaro motherboard was made for the Compaq Presario computer. I think your one may use the Via MVP3 chipset. If I'm right it will have chips VIA 82C598MVP and VIA VT82C596B. If that is the case, I doubt that you will be able to get the USB function to work properly. The best drivers for this motherboard will the VIA 4in1 drivers. Go to this site click here, and download the drivers Via 4in1 version 4.35. They are linked from the 3rd box down under the heading Retro OS drivers. The latest Hyperion drivers may not work very well if you are going to use an older version of Windows. If your motherboard has onboard sound or graphics you should be able to find them on the same site.

  badgerschuff 11:30 07 Mar 04

the chip sets are marked VT8501 and VT82C686A, i don't know if that helps.


  Gongoozler 15:36 07 Mar 04

Hi badgerschuff.

The VT8501 is part of the MVP4 chipset click here. This is good news because it means the USB function should be ok. You should have Trident Blade graphics and AC'97 sound. You should find all the drivers you need at the ViaArena website I linked to earlier.

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