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22 December 2009 at 5:35pm Last edited: 29 May 2010 9:05pm
I installed the drivers (not debugdriver) and then pulled out my AGP-card(9250) and put in my PCI card in the 66MHz slot (I know, not to useÂ´em both). No picture what so ever, OS loads though. I guess I have to test it in a 33MHz slot and my AGP-card connected later. ItÂ´s just that, that I have a 0680 and a thick Gigabyte I-RAM in those PCI slots, so I have to rearrange the cards first. CanÂ´t check via serial either.
So if there is anything else I could do first?
"Sapphire HD2400 PRO 512MB 64-bit DDR2 DUAL DVI-I" (phew long name). PCI version.
OS4.1 with quickfix
23 December 2009 at 7:37pm Last edited: 29 May 2010 9:05pm
Unfortunately the card won't work in the 66 MHz slot on the A1. This appears to be a UBoot initialization problem (it won't initialize a card behind two PCI-to-PCI bridges), but the 66 MHz slot is so flaky that this is unlikely to be fixed.
You have to put the card into one of the 33 MHz slots.
24 December 2009 at 5:42am Last edited: 29 May 2010 9:05pm
Aha, too bad. I didnÂ´t think of that. Thanks for the info.
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