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Old 12-09-2004, 11:59 AM   #1
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Question problems with onboard and agp vga card

I have an intel motherboard 845gv-m3 pentuim 4
with an 82845G onboard vga card, the problem I have is that I tried to

install redhat 9 shrike! , but linux only understands my onboard vga card
and not my gerforce 4000mx agp card ...?
how do I get linux to work with my geforce? , I have already re-installed
linux once before , but with same results......

part of the technical mesg is "(WW)1810: no matching device section for
instance (busID PCI :0:2:0) fou
(EE) no devices detected
fatal server error" ?
Old 12-09-2004, 05:24 PM   #2
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can not offer much help for u re ur problem except to ask u to look at a thread on the site that may give u some help
or maybe someone else can give u some help :-)


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