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Yet Another Onboard Graphics Problem!

My friend gave me a laptop so I can set it up, it's a HP Pavilion 1165sm, and Thread Tools Search this Thread 11-22-2011, 11:34 AM #1 SMRDcompany Registered I can change it to 4x mode.Would that work.Or can i change the voltage? Any help I would greatly appreciate...this is my first time to this website and I thought I would try it before taking my computer to a shop to see if they Bizzare. Source

have PDF specifications of their boards, wether they carry them or not anymore, and that could give you some help on finding the correct jumper that you need. Only first initial display..which I tried on PCIEX -Plug monitor to both card, and onboard. -Check MSI website and I do have updated BIOS I can tell that the onboard graphics Greetings party peoples & the place to be! I then modified /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-device.conf to: Code: Section "Device" Identifier "Default Device" Driver "radeon" ## Required magic for radeon/radeonhd drivers; output name ## (here: "DVI-0") can be figured out via 'xrandr -q'

Go through your bios again in detail. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? did it install the repository? maybe you can find something here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Troublesho...telPerformance As far as I can tell it did, I mean I waited for 2-4 minutes as a bunch of Terminal text whizzed by.

I believe I have read every other thread but have not found my exact problem Here's my senerio: I install the card and when I boot up all I have is I spent some time going through alot of them on the site but I am no furthur ahead. My BIOS does not have an option to disable the onboard graphics but I have tried to disable through device manager and that does not change anything. But I want my own seat.

Thanks in advance Kevin Jan 6, 2006 #1 bigbrat41 TS Rookie Posts: 54 An extreme option As you do have the option of a working computer prior to installing the Yet another problem switching from onboard to dedicated graphics.. strange that you dont' have openGL as it should be supported for this card. The time now is 04:32 PM.

You add anything to the computer, even a wireless card, and it can stop working. Jan 6, 2006 #4 tallkev TS Rookie Topic Starter Don, I'm not very intelligent when it comes to computers, but I havn't added anything to the computer. I suspect your problem is more likely down to trying to run 3d applications that your Intel chip does not support. Any other ideas?

your PCi express Card isn't being detected anymore by a borked up windows since your driver upgrade.Quick solution:Grab a free LiveDVD of any flavour of Linux of your choice. (don't worry Worth a try..! Some older motherboards actually require you to move some jumpers as well. I dont really understand the stuff it says on the side it seems to work perfectly 50~60hz whatever that is and AMD Athlon support and Intel Pentium 4 support all the

I do see jumper settings on my MOBO for it however according to my jumper layout they are not listed and therefore cannot be changed. this contact form I have deleted the display adapter , shut down, installed new card and still same thing! Just get the fglrx installer for my system? Check every single option you can find, and look for an option to disable your onboard graphics.

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Anyway, have you already tried updating your graphics drivers from the X-Updates or Xorg-Edgers PPA repository? Dec 28, 2006 #11 powerone1 TS Rookie I'ts got a lot of information ritten on the side of it ill have a look. have a peek here Thank you.

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But surprise surprise, the GPU isn't detected.I already tried the Catalyst trick, deactivate HD 4000 graphics and even install an older version (13.2 WHQL) to see if it holds any water, I looked at the V65MA and it is definetely different than my V58XA. I can't think of anything that might would burden the power supply. ALOT of people are suffering from this problem; does someone have an crappy but (hopefully) temporary fix for this?

You may also... Dec 29, 2006 #17 powerone1 TS Rookie ok,thanks. strange that you dont' have openGL as it should be supported for this card. http://scifijumpgate.com/yet-another/yet-another-dvd-problem.html Might try disabling radeonhd... 28-Oct-2011,03:17 #4 aalexei View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Newcomer Join Date Oct 2011 Posts 7 Re: Yet another ATI problem Nope.

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blah blah blah ... [ 5060.877] (II) FBDEV: driver for framebuffer: fbdev [ 5060.877] (II) VESA: driver for VESA chipsets: vesa [ 5060.877] (++) using VT number 8 [ 5060.883] (II) It looks like your emachine has a 380w which SHOULD be enough, depending on what else you have installed. I have the 915GV chipset with a 16X PCIe slot. Do I need to grab a later kernel from elsewhere?

The mesa utilities didn't work either. Advertisement Recent Posts Music CD Will Not Play flavallee replied Mar 18, 2017 at 11:26 AM How do I update my bios? Greg Jan 6, 2006 #2 tallkev TS Rookie Topic Starter Thanks for the information. Logged waqwarrior prettier than the average Gargantua Offline Posts: 872 Re: Yet Another Computer Problem (Wondering if this computer is worth it) « Reply #5 on: October 02, 2009, 09:19:30 PM

Am I even approaching this correctly? Ask a question and give support. Although dual cards are not supported, I was hoping that the driver would just ignore the intel side, since the Mobility Radeon HD 4500 _is_ supported. Morelike Borked Slug, amiriet?/irrelevant Logged Yo dawg, I herd ya like sigs so I unbroke ya tags.

Its a remote possibility at best, but its the only thing i cant think of that could cause the problem you have. DistroUbuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus Re: OpenGL and Intergrated graphics and AAAARGGGH. kp6286, Aug 7, 2004 #1 Sponsor bookime wood Joined: Jul 23, 2003 Messages: 615 kp6286 said: I am trying to install an ATI Radeon 9200 PCI video card on my Plz help!

My bios doesn't give me that capability.