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Re: [SLE] Integrated Graphic Card
  • From: Leah Cunningham <leah@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 17 May 2001 10:27:15 -0700
  • Message-id: <20010517102715.D43534@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- > I just installed 7.1 on a HP Vectra VE with an onboard chip. It looks
- > terrible in KDE. All smeared and almost illegible. Does anyone have any
- > suggestions? It seemed like the installation detected the video okay, but
- > only offered 256 colors at all resolutions - I'm sure it is capable of more.
- > Does this mean the drivers are not fitting with the card properly?

Did you try running Sax2?

- > Peter Bethke
- >
- > > From: Leah Cunningham <leah@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- > > Date: Thu, 17 May 2001 07:51:24 -0700
- > > To: "Huerta, Gerardo" <HUERTA@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- > > Cc: "'suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxx'" <suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxx>
- > > Subject: Re: [SLE] Integrated Graphic Card
- > >
- > > - > Unfortunaltely the bios has no option to disable the graphic card
- > > - > Also I have checked the main board and the same.
- > >
- > > There was an onboard video chip one of my motherboards, and I was also
- > > unable to disable this in the bios, however when I plugged in the
- > > video card, it worked just fine. Usually the bios automatically
- > > will use a PCI or AGP video card over the onboard card.
- > >
- > > - > > yes it is possible. You have to disable it in your bios to tell the bios
- > > - > > which is going to be the main video card.
- > > - > >
- > > - > >
- > > - > > At 04:00 PM 5/17/2001 +0200, you wrote:
- > > - > > >Hello,
- > > - > > >
- > > - > > > The question is:
- > > - > > >
- > > - > > > Can I add a graphic card to a PC that has already an
- > > integrated
- > > - > > >graphic card ?
- > > - > > > Will linux and sax use it ?
- > > - > > >
- > > - > > > Anyone who has tried it, please give me a hint.
- > > - > > >
- > > - > > >Thanks.
- > > - > > >
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- > > I can't believe it's not UNIX!!!
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- > > Leah Cunningham | SuSE Expert, NOS Engineer,
- > > Undisclosed Address | QA & Linux geek, et al.
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I can't believe it's not UNIX!!!
------------------------------------------------------------
Leah Cunningham | SuSE Expert, NOS Engineer,
Undisclosed Address | QA & Linux geek, et al.

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