Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
It looks like that is using the Intel GMA500 video chip. It's a piece of junk. And Intel made a monumentally stupid decision to license the chip and put their name on it. The driver is proprietary, and basically can't be made to work in Linux.
Alan Cox wrote an open source driver that has 2D support, but not hardware acceleration. So video isn't ever going to work well until that is added to the open source driver that is now in the kernel. I spent a lot of time trying to get GMA500 to work a couple of years back - I junked the netbook.
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