Matrox MG-108-M

@80E8.ADF Matrox MG-104/108-M Adapter

15511220.zip Windows 3.1x driver v2.20 Disk 1/2
15512220.zip Windows 3.1x driver v2.20 Disk 2/2
1552_164.zip DOS CAD and Microstation 4.0 drivers, v1.64
1570_121.zip Drivers for Windows NT 3.1 (v1.21) and OS/2 PM 2.1 (v1.20)
1571_210.zip Drivers for Windows NT 3.5 (v2.10) and OS/2 PM 2.1 (v2.00)
1635_200.zip Windows 95 driver v2.0
mga_gray.zip Win 3.1 "Gray Scale" Driver ver 1.0B (NOT compatible w/ PowerDesk 2.0 yet)
   Note: Do these files really support the MG-108-M? The Readme mentions Ultima/Impression.

MG-104/108 Adapter
ADF Sections


Matrox MG-108-M Adapter

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A44 "685.1" video BIOS ROM
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J1 HDD15 video connector
X1 10.0000 MHz osc
X2 74.1600 MHz osc
X4 44.900 MHz osc
X6 60.000 MHz osc

AdapterId 080E8h Matrox MG-104/108-M Adapter

MG Series-M Model
     This indicates the number of VRAM chips that are installed on your board. A MG-104-M contains 4 VRAM chips, and can display 16 simultaneous colors. A MG-108-M or a MG-104-M with color upgrade kit contains 8 VRAM chips, and can display 256 simultaneous colors. 
     <MG-104-M>, MG-108-M, MG-104-M + color kit 

Monitor type
   This indicates what monitor type is actually connected to the MG-104/108-M board. The IBM 85xx choice includes the 8503, 8512, 8513 and 8514 monitors or compatible. For 60 Hz and 70 hz, you can have composite sync on Green (and TTL Composite sync on HSYNC line) or separate TTL HSYNC & VSYNC. Note: The 70 Hz  monitors are NOT supported on all boards. 
     <IBM 85XX monitor>, 60 Hz + composite sync, 60 Hz + separate sync, 70 Hz + composite sync, 70 Hz + separate sync 

Host-DSP I/O Base address
   This selects the I/O base address of the host-DSP interface. If you select any address other than the default (0x0350), set the MGBASE environment variable in your AUTOEXEC.BAT 
   <MGBase = 0x0350>, MGBase = 0x0370, MGBase = 0x0250, MGBase = 0x0290 

BIOS address
   This is where the MG-104/108-M BIOS will be decoded It is NOT alterable. If a memory conflict occurs with this adapter,  you will have to modify the memory location of other adapters until the conflict is solved. 
   <BIOS segment at C680h>

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