Hmm well a couple of days ago I installed the driver upon shutdown by accident and the next day it started up in x Ati driver working flawlessly. For purists of which I consider myself one , this isn’t the ideal solution since it’s an upgrade instead of a clean install, but it works. Last modified 8 years ago. With the external monitor, does it work? I’ll explain my thoughts as I go I now have the driver version 8.
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View unanswered posts View posts from last 24 hours. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Thu Jun 16, 4: I don’t know, what EnablePageFlip exactly does, but I was told it should give the X-server an performance advantage.
Tuesday, January 26, Wednesday, May 27, mobiliy I think there is no harm in trying. I’m going to attempt this right now, but do you know which driver version you are using? Be sure to use vesafb and not vesafb-tng in your grub file though!
the dreaded ati mobility radeon x
They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. It’s still very usable and the problems hardly noticable. GeForce GT Desktop. I’ll send in my info and a link to this page, and hopefully we’ll have some success in the future. Moving the mouse over windows resulted in slightly messy redraws and clicking on the twm menu caused an X lockup.
I went ahead and installed version 8. How about the guy who started this post? I do think it still would be good to have a backlight ACPI driver maybe even with keyboard hotkey support so I may work on that too eventually.
ATI Technologies Inc device I was blindsided by this annoying problem on my HP Pavilion zd CTO notebook that’s served me well for several monility. Tue May 23, 2: It also didn’t help to explicitly enable the driver handling the backlight. PS, I guess I best ask, are you using 32 bit? Hi Teevo, Yes, there does seem to be problems with some resolutions on various adapters with these drivers and Win7.
AMD/ATI driver for Mobility Radeon X600 Windows XP (32bit)
There’s also a good thread here somewhere on settup in the Radeon cards – but its pretty huge. I’ve got catalyst messed up with moobility many installs I guess, fix it tomorrow. The first time the computer goes to sleep, the laptop monitor is no longer recognized, remains black and does not come back on, and only an external display will work.
Sunday, June 14, 7: Im going to try the methods mentioned by shakey and see if i can get the external moniter to work. What type of display do you have attached? Oldest first Newest first Threaded. Hmm well a couple of days ago I installed the driver upon shutdown by accident and the next day it started up in x Ati driver working flawlessly.
I know for sure that the driver for x for windows xp works for W7.
Sunday, May 31, 2: One more thing though, are all these the Hp zd models, when you had the original operating system installed did it use a particular monitor driver or did it use a generic driver?
With the external monitor, does it work?