Driver+identify request - 2 profi medical cards EIZO+Fuji

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  1. vlask

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    Hello, im back again with more weird stuff (thats what we collectors like most :devious:). Just got package from IT admin in one hospital with 2 medical cards used in radiology (both were used with dual profi monitors). Sadly hes missing drivers and knowledge where they come from. I'll start with easy one:

    http://vgamuseum.info/images/vlask/profi2d/eizosmd5pcif.jpg

    This is Eizo VREngine/SMD5-PCI card with only few info available. Looks like only rebranded RealVision card sold by Eizo in set with their monitors. User manual with not much usefull info can be found here...

    http://www.doubleblackimaging.com/sites/default/files/SMD_31B_STD_E.pdf

    According to press release it should use company Lupin-2 core designed for medical use... (not sure if its not based on 3Dlabs technology)...

    http://web.archive.org/web/20050520051353/http://rvu-inc.com/pdf/pressrelease031203-1.pdf

    Card is working, just showing image rotated by 90° to the right and in small window in center of screen. So i need drivers for this card to test it. Sadly they can be downloaded only if you have registered device at Eizo...So im asking if someone working with similar stuff with account on Eizo is able to download latest driver 3.2.7N2 for me... Site adress is
    http://www.eizoglobal.com/support/db/products/software/VREngine/SMD5-PCI#tab02
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    Second card is even harder - have no image on screen (probably not supported frequency). Sadly can't find any info at all. I guess it was sold as part of whole solution (some computer+monitors). But i'm not able to find anywhere its name. I guess its Fuji DVI01 card. It uses daugherboard with very rare Silicon Motion LynxEM+ chip (1st time i see it on card), but its probably used only for DOS support.

    http://vgamuseum.info/images/vlask/profi2d/fujidvi01f.jpg

    Main GPU would be Altera Apex programmable array (guess) seen on main PCB. Looking for any info about this card (name, device it came from, press releases, drivers, anything) - sadly im able find only few sellers and no info at all.

    Main PCB can be seen here - http://vgamuseum.info/images/vlask/profi2d/fujidvi01f1.jpg
     
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    Drivers for SMD5-PCI found at this site - http://www.doubleblackimaging.com/downloads/software/.
    Sadly both versions fails at installer, so still looking for Eizo versions.

    Tried Fuji as secondary card, it is detected as 3 devices in Windows.
    1. Silicon Motion LynxEM+ card
    2. PCI bridge
    3. Unknown device (Altera Apex probably) with id VEN_127F&DEV_1105&SUBSYS_905410B5&REV_00

    Cant edit 1st post, so front image of SMD5-PCI can be found now at - old is renamed...
    http://vgamuseum.info/images/vlask/profi2d/realvisionsmd5pcif.jpg
     
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