Fedora Installation :: Messed Up Strips Graphics (its Not Due To Graphic Card, Graphic Card Is Supported 7600gt)?
Apr 8, 2009
In Fedora 10, I cannot get to the installer because it shows these messed up strips graphics (its not due to my graphic card, my graphic card is supported 7600gt) in non-quiet install it shows logical errors and i/o errors.
So I finally got ubuntu..I wanted to play team fortress 2.Runs great in wine etc.But 1 problem.It keeps saying my graphic card is outdated.I cant see anything.So I downloaded the driver from nvidia website.Followed some instructions.But it says cannot open binary file or something.Is there any other way to update graphic drivers.Cause I realy still want to play some windows games.Mount&blade, Atlantica online,team fortress 2 etc
i justy got me a dedi box and there is no graphic driver installed on it, or it dont work :/ VGA compatible controller: S3 Inc. VT8375 [ProSavage8 KM266/KL266] but wen i try installing enemy territory it comes back with error on graphic card
I belive there is a problem with my graphics card, because when I start a VMware vm with accellerated graphics, i get this message: Code: Cannot open file "/home/joe/.vmware/dndlogs/ * dndlog.conf": No such file or directory. 3D graphics acceleration will be disabled. This computer does not have a 3D graphics system supported by VMware Workstation. My laptop model is the ASUS U52F-BBL9 btw.
I've already got two installs without much problems.. one on my laptop and another fedora13 install on an older comp just to test it a bit before installing it on my main comp. But now I've got a problem. Both those install went without problems but when I started installation on my main comp first I've noticed some graphic problems when there is installation started and there is mouse and fedora 13 welcome installation screen. there are some like glitches or something no idea how to describe them.. like bad pixels in small upper part of the screen. But ignoring that everything went OK up to the part where I can choose a standard discs or non starts like sans and stuff..
When I choose standard disc installation just freeze there. No idea what is happening. Only this that came across my mind is that there is a problem with raid maybe? There are 2x640Gb HDD in raid0, there is win7 installed, and another 1Tb HDD, non-raid member disk, where I would like to install Fedora and have a dual boot. Still got programs that I need win for I'm afraid. Installation went smooth on laptop and another comp but there is no raid so I'm guessing that could be a problem. This comp where installation froze is in short:
I installed ubuntu but when I first tried to login with my correct passwords it goes in a loop and prompt me to log in again. I went to recovery mode and selected safe mode then I was able to log in without any further prompts. As a result of what happened, I unlocked the login screen and changed the setup to allow me to log in automatically and in safe mode only. I am now stuck to login in safe mode only. I tried to unlock the login screen to change to default but no chance. If there is no graphic card in the PC would that have an effect on memory or login?
I've tried for months, to install a version Fedora where there could not exist any glitch with the graphic card, but without a solution. I recently have taken the path of linux systems, so I'm kinda new with this problem and don't know what to do ! The glitch make some horizontal lines dancing in screen, or can't even read anything. Here you have the spec : [URL]
I am trying to install lucid lynx on this laptop [URL] and I am getting the blank screen problem at installation. I tried nomodeset, vga=771, xforcevesa and a couple more and nothing seems to work. I have a livecd I burned a couple months ago. If I delete the quiet splash line at the livecd I get some repeating text too fast to see and after a couple of mins the laptop shuts off by itself. what can I do to get lucid lynx working on this pc?
I am new to Suse Linux. So please excuse me for this "funny" query. have read the threads: Configuring graphics cards in openSUSE 11.3
From here I went to this page: SDB:Configuring graphics cards - openSUSE Its mentioned on this page that: Upon installing openSUSE, the X system's automatic configuration may have failed to properly configure the graphics correctly. Typically this results in either a black screen upon reboot, or the wrong resolution being displayed on the monitor.
I have none of these problems. But after searching for inability of desktop effects to become activated, I found that nVIDIA graphic card drivers are must for these effects. After clicking "My computer" icon on desktop, I found Display Info as following:
Vendor: nVidia Corporation Model: G98 [GeForce 8400 GS] 2D driver: nouveau 3D driver: nouveau Gallium (7.8.2)
Can anyone tell me 'Is nouveau an alternative for nVIDIA'? Is this the reason for no wrong resolution or black screen upon boot. That means my computer graphics are working correctly. Then why does Desktop Effects are not getting enabled.
After searching for Kaffeine media player extra codecs to play media files, I incidentally found the following options: I opened Yast Control Center @ linux-o26a Software> Add on Products > installed Add-On Products > Community Repositories > clicking Next, this opened a window with "List of Online repositories" where there is an option of "NVIDIA Repository". If I install it, will it enable the "Desktop effects"
I bought ASUS K50c with SIS graphic card and have win7 on it (i install it alone).I want to install ubuntu!I found installation of ubuntu 10.10 and tried to install it. There is a huge problem with my graphic card because resolution is 800*600! I found installation of ubuntu 10.04 LTS and tried to install it. Again problem. I tried to download drivers from www.sis.com but there are tar.file and i don't now what is that or how to install it.In windows I now how to install anything, but there is a problem.I am ready to install any version of ubuntu just to solve this problem.
I have ATI graphic card with HDMI video and Audio:
I see that I have HDMI connector and S/PDIF connector on the mortherboard, I just have HDMI connector on the monitor, I have no problem with the video but the audio does not work, I just want to confirm that the audio should also go throught the HDMI cable right ?
I've got a problem to use intel graphic card and kde. When I enable opengl support it seems threa re refresh problems, botton now are visible, now not, it seems a blinking effect and when I move the pointer it seems kde try to re-draw the object but the object get invisible, so a relay mess. Xrender instead work but it's slow. Whit opensuse 11.2 all was ok. glxgears however shows me pretty good performance so I don't understand where is the problem.
so i have motherboard with a integrate graphic card and, i want to to install a new graphic card ( geforce 6200A)when i boot my PC on new graphic card , i have a panic kernel and when i remove the new graphic card and boot with the old card => it works can i configure centos for the new graphic ? and where , what's folder ?
I just installed Debian 5 in my pc. I have made all the updates but my screen is a bit bright and the resolution isn't very good. I think that i need to install the graphic card driver but all the solution i find in google didn't work . My laptop is Toshiba satellite pro u400 and my card is Intel GMA 4500 MHD.
I just installed a fresh Debian testing on my laptop with a VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Broadwell-U Integrated Graphics (rev 09). Although X is running seems like it's rather slow. As there’s no xorg.conf
How the graphic card could be configured using the appropriate driver.
I try to boot up Ubuntu.It seems like everything goes on as normal (I can tell from sounds), but the screen becomes just a jumble of randomly colored lines (see photos; I couldn't get screenshots for obvious reasons).I also included some info about my computer (see pic), but I don't know anything about my graphics card, how do I find that?
P.S. I just installed a fresh version of 10.04 Lucid (dual-boot with WinXP), and as far as I remember, I haven't changed any settings or even installed any software yet!
im running ubuntu 11.4 im trying to install amd catalyst 11.4 for my x1300 ati graphic card but when i installed it my system couldn't start and i had to start in recovery mode for removing tha package. i think i have done something wrong with the packages how to install ati catalyst 11.4 on my x1300 graphic card
I wish to implement some part of my codes to use the GPU of my graphic card but I have no idea whether GNU as already implemented it (as for OpenMP). I mean, there are PGI Fortran compiler which embedded CUDA but I figure it's not free. I also wonder if that works only with ATI graphic cards or if for instance I can use my Intel Corporation Mobile GM965/GL960 Integrated Graphics Controller.
ATI Radeon HD 4350 256MB DDR2 Product id: 11142-08-20R
After struggling for days with trying to install with GUI - did not work Tried installing with "linux text" - installation went through - but I get no Centos GUI logon/desktop Tried installing with network installation - installation went through - but I get no Centos GUI logon/desktop Even tried making CentOS - USB pens, installing from, and booting from.... without luck. ...then finally, I got some "smileys"...
I downloaded the ATI package for the card;
I installed this;
...and then I rebooted.After boot, I only got terminal (tty1) and I did:
NOW - i finally got GUI But the whole problem seems to driver support for new graphic cards.So what I did was actually find an old card, Radeon 7000, installed this.. I got the Centos installation - GUI, installed gnome and ...
i'm going to change my old Nvidia Graphic card wich runs very well in Ubuntu by an ATI HD Radeon 4770.Will Ubuntu recognize it when i plug it and start the computer, will Ubuntu reconfigure by itself?... or i'm going to have problems like not to be able to start the X server and only be able to enter to the console.Need i to remove the nvidia graphics driver before to plug in the new card?I have downloaded a program called Envy, which is supposed to reconfigure ubuntu properly... it's ok?Finllay, can i backup the curent configuration so that if the new card is not well installed i can return to the old without problems?
I have one Asus motherboard with inbuilt HD 3300 Radeon family graphics system, I have used it with radeon and radeonhd drivers and I have xorg.conf. I tried to change card to Radeon HD 4350 but it didn't give more than terminal view, Xdm didn't start. I believed the driver would support both cards?