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Old 10-01-2003, 08:15 PM   #1
tornado
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Talking found good onboard Mainboard for linux


I tested Asus A7n266-VM in Mandrake9 .It is good for linux
ASUS A7n266-VM
( Built upon the advanced nForce chipset architecture, the A7N266-E features powerful GeForce2 level 3D graphics, Dolby digital 5.1 audio and integrated LAN for an all-in-one solution with unmatched performance and value.)
All thing work good.
I think nvida onboard (Graphic card, sound card ...)
working with linux.
 
  


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