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Old 02-18-2006, 01:39 AM   #1
karan101
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ATI drivers problem


hello everyone
I have mandriva 2006 installed on my HP laptop, Im using kernel 2.6.12-15mdk and ATI express 200. The only problem with my machine is everytime i log out X crashes and I have to restart the computer and last time that I tried to upgrade with latest driver off ATI's webstie x failed to start so i went through the instructions on the ATI website (cuz they say its a kernel problem not the driver) but the thing is that i don't know my AGP card my video is pci so anybody can help me through this ??? by the way my laptop is 64 bit and im running Xorg 6.9.0

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