On Tue, Feb 11, 2003 at 11:18:53PM -0500, northern snowfall wrote:
> >
> >
> >pci bus 0x0001 cardnum 0x00 function 0x00: vendor 0x1039 device 0x6326
> > SiS 6326
> >
> The SiS 6326 has 8MB or 4MB on-board RAM. You should be able to let X
> autodetect the video size by selecting 8MB in X86Config. If there is 
> less X will
> figure it out with a probe.
> FYI,  the BASE[0-2] values are either memory mapped I/O or classic port
> I/O for transferring data to/from the PCI. It is not RAM.
> Don
Thanks for the assist 

BTW .. X didnt get it right when I set 8192 in the X86Config file
All I got was a _very_ streaky, torn image ... Ctrl-Alt-BkSp
Set it to 4096 and all is great.

(normally I would have opened the box and ripped out the card and 
read the RAM chip label, but _someone_ (now beaten with a dead rat)
was of the opinion that TORX screws were a GOOD THING.
(the idea was to _secure_ the cabinets so that the ungodly
couldnt rip off hardware easily ...) It was pointed out that 
'developers' actually _need_ access occasionally, and long lunches
by the TORX holder are now a thing of the past!

And I now have a TORX tool 8-)

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