On Friday 04 July 2003 22:40, kiosk wrote:
> On Thu, 3 Jul 2003 02:06:19 -0400
> Robert Crawford <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Janet,
> > You might be able to find a new patch for one of the latest 2.4.xx
> > kernels- I did  google searchs for "E7205 linux support" &  "Asus P4G8X
> > kernel patch" and came up with some good leads- below are 2 typical
> > excerpts from one of the google results.
> >
> > You might also check first in your bios and be sure AGP is configured
> > correctly, and perhaps setting it at 4x or even 2x- there's not much
> > difference except in heavy gaming.
> [snip]
> > Robert Crawford
> Robert, thanks again for your efforts on my behalf. Before I mentioned my
> AGP problem here I did Google for a solution and found the reference you
> supply. However, I couldn't find a link to the patch David Jones mentions
> and was reluctant to email an obviously busy man for what seemed like a
> patch which had been included in later kernels. I will look into your bios
> suggestion when time allows. At the moment, my husband seems to have a
> virus on his Win98 installation [I shouldn't laugh really, but you know
> how it goes ...] and I'm dealing with that now while persuading him to go
> for the Linux alternative. He suddenly seems quite keen! :)
> Many thanks
> Janet Blankfield
> "The ideal love affair is one conducted by post." JBS

Barring a miracle patch or solution out of the blue, I think you might have to 
wait a short while on the "real" fixes for that new chipset.

Robert C.

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