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I just upgraded my motherboard and processor. I put in an Asus A7A266 motherboard. Everything works perfectly except that now my ATI Radeon 64 DDR has ceased to work. I heard other rumors of this happening to people using linux before. I know the card is seated properly, and everything is set up correctly bc it worked great before the new mb. The rumored fix for this is to install windows, and the drivers for the Radeon in windows, and then for some reason the card will begin to work in linux. I dont know why this would work, even if it does, but I dont have a copy of windows to install, nor the money to buy it. Anyone else got any ideas?
Nah, its too good a card for that. And I found the problem. The Ali Magick chipset isnt fully supported yet, so I wouldnt be able to use any AGP video card actually. Atleast that's what the ALI people are saying. And thats the only explanation that seems viable.
Originally posted by AzrielMacKay Nah, its too good a card for that. And I found the problem. The Ali Magick chipset isnt fully supported yet, so I wouldnt be able to use any AGP video card actually. Atleast that's what the ALI people are saying. And thats the only explanation that seems viable.
Sorry to hear that, it kinda sucks being on the bleeding edge...