Windows 95/98 VGA-NTSC driver for DSN-300
In the sparse manual that comes with the DSN-300 they tease us with description of the machine's ability to convert your PC's VGA signal to NTSC. This just requires the drivers on the disk they say...but the disk is no where to be found.
Thanks to the great detective work by Mike Davis, he figured out that the Chrontel driver #7001, found at their original site http://www.chrontel.com/Software.html#7001 is what is needed. He noted "...at the top of the screen, pictured [in the manual], was CH7001. The 7001 is the converter chip they(Chrontel) use."
The web site indicates this driver is windows 95 and 98 only. No NT, or other platforms, supported.
I have not tried it, and can make no solid claims about if it works or not. And, reports from Mike indicate that the driver requires you to set your PC display to 16 colors and perhaps a limited set of recommended resolutions. Still, it may be of value to you. If anyone tries it an learns more, please let me know and I will embelish this page.
Just in case this goes offline some day, here is the info:
1) Download the self-extracting file, ‘7001.exe’, into local hard disk storage
2) Place a blank formatted floppy diskette into the floppy drive.
3) Bring up the DOS prompt on your screen.
4) Move to the download directory containing the downloaded file
5) Enter 7001 and the files will automatically unzip into floppy drive.
Alternatively, I have a zipped copy of the files here.