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INTEL CORPORATION 82945G GZ INTEGRATED GRAPHICS CONTROLLER LINUX DRIVER DOWNLOAD
You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Email Required, but never shown. I have had a problem with video for the last few versions of Ubuntu, and for the last couple ilnux versions at least have been running in a failsafe mode.
Did earlier kernels work? I do however, have an similair problem with an eeepcwhich is not yet fixed. I installed Lucid 2 rather than 3 since I already had the. This information was last pulled on So I believe you would have noticed the issue even then.
I guess GE has moved forward with new features in recent versions that require better 3D capabilities. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.
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And to add a little more certainty, I booted up on a Natty kernel. So that “someone” was talking out of their Older versions of GE are almost impossible to find for Linux Google won’t archive them, for some obscure reasonbut every software site seems to do the older versions for Windows.
What is the next step, Chris? Sign up using Facebook. Here is the link that helped us: Dear all, Sorry for the double post: I have reported this bug using your link.
Downloads for Graphics Drivers for Intel® 82945G Express Chipset
I have not been able to run Google Earth properly for some time now. You can potentially help ggaphics having the same problem!
See full activity log. To post a comment you must log in. Email me about changes to this bug report. Which is the latest kernel that does work and the first that doesn’t?
BTW, what do you mean by ‘bisection’? My next theory is that the i The problem may be related to i failin to load?
Downloads for Graphics Drivers for Intel® G Express Chipset
Yes, you’re spot on. No, there is no. Some of the output from ‘sudo lshw’.