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while i was installing mandriva 2006 , the installation program failed to go in grafical mode?! but then after i have finished instaling in text mode, he failed to detect ...
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- 01-12-2006 #1
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- Aug 2005
problem with installing and after
while i was installing mandriva 2006 , the installation program failed to go in grafical mode?! but then after i have finished instaling in text mode, he failed to detect my grafical setting...so i tried to make it with hand using Xdrake..
the error mesage speaks about failling to read memory range,ring flash..
i have installed all mandrake series painlessly,and even mandriva 2005..all was ok..
i have built in grafic card..use intel chipest 810..
can anyone tell me what and how to solve this problem?
- 01-15-2006 #2Originally Posted by deepinlife
Sorry if that's not much help - my only involvement with i810 chipsets is my onboard sound - that was a pain to set up so I installed a seperate sound card and disabled the i810 at the bios, I haven't had any problems since.
- 01-18-2006 #3
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- Aug 2005
i have reinstalled it alot of times...i have tried xorgconf and xdrakeconf....
but i just didn't know what is wrong..
well anyway thx for the advice..and very bad to know that u have get rid of problems by getting rid of teh hardware..i can't just think about me making the same..it will be so bad for me to do that..:d
- 03-07-2006 #4Originally Posted by deepinlife
Because one of the ways of sorting a problem with displays and X that I seem to recall from a while back, was to boot the knoppix and when that booted OK, I just copied the xorg.conf to a floppy and then rebooted back into whatever it was that I was battling with and copying the whole of the xorg.conf that was copied from knoppix to the version on my hard drive - my efforts with debian come to mind, but it was a good while ago.
Or maybe better, kanotix. It's apparently, a more polished version of knoppix, that can be used as a liveCD version, but it's equally intended for hard drive installation. Also, where knoppix uses mainly knoppix specific mirrors/repositories, kanotix used "proper" debian ones. I understand that it's very up to date.
Maybe worth a try, because if knoppix or kanotix can autoconfigure your hardware OK, then it means that it's working properly and is configurable under linux.