Your best bet is to use the "i810" driver set in your xorg.conf.
1) Log in as root (su in the terminal) and type ` vi /etc/X11/xorg.conf `
2) Find the Device section
Tip: The name will be Section "Device", you can find it most easily by, once entering vi, typing
/Section "Device" and pressing Enter.
3) Press i on your keyboard to enter Insert mode so you can type into the vi editor.
4) Edit the Driver part of that section to read like the follwing:
5) Press Esc (escape) and type ` :wq ` to write the file and quit.
6) Press Control+D to log out of root mode and ` startx ` to retry starting up the X server.
Hint: Your Device section might look like the following:
Identifier "Intel 82854GL"
BoardName "Intel 882854GL"
I don't know what the BusID will be on your config. Just make sure you have the Driver set to i810. Good luck.