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Old 10-09-2004, 10:55 PM   #1
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Cant get 3d working for ATI 3d rage lt pro, RH 9. Plz help.


Doesn't the rage cards have some 3d acceleration? Im trying to play StarCraft on a K6-2 400Mhz, 192 megs of ram. And it seems to work, just not blazing fast. It goes tho. But I want 3d acceleration on my onboard graphics. This used to happen when I had my intel onboard graphics on another computer, if I didn't have it set to be used when first installed, and I tried to change it later on, when I had another card, it wouldn't use 3d acceleration. Could this be something I must change on my XF86Config file? If so, can someone tell me what I have to change? Thanx in advance!

PS: Or maybe if you have a rage card WITH working 3d acceleration, coud you give me your config file to use it?

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