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I'm currently running the build 505 (june 2006) on eCS. The graphic system is an nVidia GeForce 6100 card with an Optiquest Q19wb monitor. The monitor is correctly detected but I can't set the resolution to a panoramic view 16:9 on the card - always giving me a failed in the "gamode add" command . As a matter of fact, the card isn't correctly recognized and thus is using the VESA VBE 3.0 driver.

 

Diese Information wurde gesendet von: Michel Goyette -- 2007-03-09 12:04:16

 
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Gene Alexander
2007-04-11 17:08:54

I am glad that you at least got this working. I am attempting to get a new system working for a client that ordered a preloaded eCS 1.2R. The motherboard (Asus M2N-MX) has on-board nVidia GeForce 6100 (which I thought was supported by Scitech SNAP but appears not to be). The adapter does not appear to be recognized when I use SNAP. I get a black screen with a fast blinking cursor. I get a crash in PMDD if I try to use generic VGA 640x480 (no SNAP). Anyone know a workaround for this chipset?

The client does not need any acceleration as this system wll be used primarily with building control software.


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