RosinCore (Jun 23, 2003 17:22):
The stock GRADD drivers with Warp4.0 didnt work either.
I had to download the new(er) GRADD Drviers from Hobbes (it may have been from the IBM site, but I'm pretty sure I grabbed 'em on hobbes).
The Scitech's SNAP V2.1.5 drivers include the latest GRADD drivers. I'm pretty sure these are later than those on hobbes, I don't know about the IBM one. So, of SNAP doesn't work, you can change to to the GENGRADD drivers with the following (from their readme):
1. Boot to an Alt-F1/F2 command prompt mode
2. Edit CONFIG.SYS file and change
3. Delete or rename the x:\os2\svgadata.pmi file
4. Reboot your system.
Anyway, as SNAP is partly recognising your chipset, the best bet at the moment is to wander over to their newsgroup, and ask for help there. At the least you will be telling them they have an error in their detection code. And, maybe they will be able to tell you how to get it going.