The SNAP drivers by Scitechsoft state that they support the GeForce 4 video card. Especially, they state that the chip Ti 4200 is "certified".
Nevertheless, I am unable to run my GeForce Ti 4200 TD 8x by the SNAP drivers. SNAP (build 398, the latest build) identifies my video card as "VESA 3.0" and runs it accordingly.
Motherboard: K7N2 Delta
CPU: Athlon XP 2200+
RAM: 1 GB
supposed video: GeForce 4 Ti 4200 TD 8x
sound: SB Live 512
HD Caviar 40 GB, Iomega Zip 250, Plextor CDRW, Teac CD
AGP Fast Video Writes enabled
AGP 8x enabled
FSB clock 133 MHz
AGP speed 66 MHz
AGP aperture 128 MB
Software related to video:
SNAP, build 398
no other video related drivers or programs running in the background
1. The hardware isn't defective. I have Win2000 on my computer as well. I was able to install drivers and run my GeForce 4 under Win2000 without problems.
2. Both SNAP and SDD are installed okay. If I replace GeForce 4 with my old Riva TNT2 Ultra then all problems vanish. The Riva runs like hell. Both SDD and SNAP identify it correctly and operate it correctly.
3. GaCtrl is unable to identify RAMDAC and clock speed on the GeForce 4.