Intel incoprporation G integrated graphics controller rev Find More Posts by Junior Hacker. Afterward if you can then also run ‘lsmod’ while running Fedora Core 6 and see if the modules match. Also the 64bit version may not have the driver but the 32bit will. Sound issue using Debian 3.

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ASRock Incorporation unknown device how can i solve these “unknown device” problems? Intel will sell any chipset they made in the past to manufacturers of motherboards for systems they’ll put on the shelf today, there’s that old cliche “you get what you pay for”.

You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Try booting with the latest Knoppix 5. I kept an image of the heavy successful installation in-case I would not get a lighter install without gnome on-line, I had tried to play with removing and adding packages to get rid of gnome but was not able to log in.

For modem, irgbalance is crucial to which there was an update, I also updated the kernel to final update release, ppp,kudzu, and a couple other network related items I can’t remember right now. BB code is On. Actually I found some 64bit programs to run slower than the 32bit ones. Last edited by Junior Hacker; at Have 775i655g tried running Debian Etch?

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Intel incoprporation G integrated graphics controller rev All these I downloaded from another OS and applied them with rpm update 775i665g Find More Posts by Junior Hacker. Page 1 of 2. Maybe Google can pull those discussions up.

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I’m not saying it is a bad chipset, I’m chipest saying it appears to be 775i65g. If you want to pay big bucks, you can possibly get the G chipset included, but if your more into an economical purchase, you will get an older chipset like the G.

You may want to disable acpi during the boot process. If you need to reset your password, click here. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding chipseh the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Don’t quote me on this one, but I’ve read somewhere possibly Intel’s web site in the pastthat if the name of the chipset includes a v such as GV, the V stands for “value”, which means this chipset did’nt make the cut and will most likely be found in the “Value” priced systems.

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Dell has in house warranty and over the span of a week replaced pretty much every component before eventually changing the Pentium 4 processor, that’s 7756i5g costly catastrophy and that’s why I go with warranty on the entire system.

The G is probably the latest or one of the latest mainstream chipsets Intel has available, it is also probably the most expensive and will generally only be found in high end systems or third party motherboards. I found that there’s very little chipste unless you are running clusters or mega cpu intensive services. Sound issue using Debian 3.


If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Although I did not have graphics problems, I did have similar internet problems through modem. If that works then you’ll know that we can narrow it down to lack of the kernel module for your chipset in the 64bit Fedora 6 version. When I bought my laptop, I also bought the Dell XPS gen 5 desktop model another high end unitone morning I woke up to what some call “the blue screen of death”.

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ASRock 775I65G – motherboard – micro ATX – LGA775 Socket – i865G

Also try using the very latest kernel. Motherboard manufacturers including HP, Dell, etc.

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