Not particularly Stellar performance but it works. I really didn’t research it before I undertook this because Linux supports so much hardware now I did not think this was going to be an issue. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. All three distros I have tried installed the i module during the install. I’ve seen a xorg.
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I forgot that Xorg needs to be run on a ptty with no Be attached. Help answer threads with 0 replies. Proposed as answer by Sidd sh Saturday, May 15, Intel has both bit and bit Windows 7 drivers on their website for your video card.
Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility.
The dreaded G Intel Integrated Graphics – Does any Linux work with it?
On Intel’s site, graphica chipset is listed as being support by both the i module and the i Ubuntu’s module directories are different. Try installing the XP driver in compatability mode.
It worked for me. FedoraUbuntu, Slackware-Current Posts: Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review. All three failed to work with any stability except Slack with the vesa driver only.
Ubuntu has video problems out the wazoo on my machine, older versions worked, but anything after 8. Usually it is not such a ihtel idea, if you have these kind of problems they are hardly solved by swapping distros. I have a Dell with that chipset, and Slackware proved to be to much work to set up.
Graphics Drivers for Intel® 82845G Graphics Controller
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Try to install same windows XP driver in compatiblity mode and it will work. BTW, I see you are using 3 different distro’s. Thank You for Submitting a Reply,!
Well, GRUB whatever the version has nothing to do with the X-server or its configuration, so that should be a non-issue in the X-server configuration. To see what drivers you have installed, do something like this: I really didn’t research it before I undertook this because Linux supports so much hardware now I did not think this was going to be an issue.
I next installed Fedora 13 which was very slow and it booted pr a black screen three out of five boots. Flaming or offending other users.
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