Hi Patrick,

> The lines above the quoted output go through what appears to be
> recognizing my other hardware including my Voodoo2 graphics card.  The
> first to lines of this output is my network card, and the last line is
> the on-board graphics chip.

is there a conflict with your graphic card and the onboard graphic chip?

Try this:

- If there is a jumper on the mainboard to disable the onboard chip,
check if it is set and try again.

- If the above don't work, remove the Voodoo2 card and enable the
onboard chip, and try again. Does it work now?

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