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Old 03-17-2003, 07:19 PM   #1
Gheimposse
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Suse 8.1 installation with Leadtek A250 ti4600


I downloaded Suse Linux 8.1 from the ftp.
Now I have a problem installing the OS.
When I boot the CD it shows me a installation menu.
The option are "installation", "installation-save settings" and "installation ACPI".
It doesn´t matter which one I choose each time the YAST loaded I´ve got a yellow flickering, blurred up screen with 5 menus side by side.
I still downloaded the rpm for the Nvidia Geforce4 cards, pasted it into the i586 directory and burned a new installation CD.
But there´s no way the bring up the YAST with a correct screen.
Any idea how I may configure the Installation so that it works properly with my ti4600?
The last time I used Linux was at 6.4 and there I worked fine.


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