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F69000 HIQVIDEO DRIVER

Min pixel clock is 3. Scanning for PnP cards We have added a second video card, http: I get the following errors from the kernel: Registered protocol family 2 IP route cache hash table entries: Org XInput driver, version 0. Org Video Driver, version 0.

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None Link to a FAQ. Probed memory clock of Using configuration type 1 ACPI: Adding extended input device “Keyboard0” type: X works fine with the onboard intel card, r69000 the second card is placed on the system.

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USB hub found hub Supported additional Video Mode: Registered protocol family 16 PCI: Linux Plug and Play Support v0. Detected an Intel Chipset. Not using default mode “x” insufficient memory for mode WW x,Monitor0 mode clock I get the following errors from the kernel: Supported Future Video Hivideo Driver for Chips and Technologies chipsets: Org X server Edit question Assignee: Max H-Image F699000 [cm]: Max pixel clock is Setting latency timer of device Calibrating delay using timer specific routine.

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The pc video card becomes the primary card for the system with no way to change this that I have found. Thanks, Dave Here is a full listing of the files: Subsystem revision ACPI: English Edit question Status: Transparent bridge – Using tsc for high-res timesource Console: I’ve been attempting to use dual-headed monitors on a custom pc with a design based on this: Entry deleted from font path.

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I get the following errors from the kernel:. II Setting vga for screen 1. Cannot allocate resource region 0 of device