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[SOLVED] Help, new board

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Mike Rogers, Jan 30, 2002.

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  1. Mike Rogers

    Mike Rogers Thread Starter

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    I have a brand new Asus-TUSI-M board -socke 370 with SiS 630ET AGP chipset and i cant seem to get the darn video graphics too work on it, its stuck in 256 color mode and im damned if i know what drivers or if is a cmos problem, *scraches head*

    it has on-board 64mb agp and when i start a game is says cant raster graphics or sumtin rather?? i know why it does tha but how do i ge it working
     
  2. $teve

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    do you have the disk for the on-chip card?
     
  3. chiqantony

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    u have to reinstall the driver to get the 16 high true col
    some agp cant support the 3d games and most will work on the 256 col setting agp /vga so mainly check your driver configuration
     
  4. Mike Rogers

    Mike Rogers Thread Starter

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    yea the drivers are in the cd ..i knw they where winme was not getting them for some reasone but i went to display file in the cd and 9x file , there they where !!! lol
     
  5. Mike Rogers

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    and im useing a crapola keyboard to type with ..its a 586 dell with missing windows keys and i have to press hard !!!!! my old keyboard was sierial and didint fit in my new board so im useing this thing ...also it stops working once and awhile and i need to twist it ? lol
     
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