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Old 03-07-2010, 11:59 AM   #1
srini406
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unable to install linux in AMD supported Biostar "gf8100 m2+ te" motherboard


hi all,

i am unable install linux in (AMD supported Biostar "gf8100 m2+ te" motherboard).i tried Mandriva and redhat but i could not succeded.
installation is competing but i am not getting disply in mandriva.my grafics card is NVidia, i am not sure about no.

share me any solution, any kind of help is appreciated.


thanks and regards,

srini.
 
Old 03-07-2010, 12:34 PM   #2
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During the live cd did you get an installation screen? While in your live cd go to a terminal and type lspci and see if you have anything about your video card in there. You can also use the vesa driver in your xorg file and then install the nvidia driver.

Have you tried Ubuntu yet? They usually have really good graphics support.
 
  


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