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Why can I only run puppy in 800x600 but in windows 1024x768?
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marcosp86

Joined: 25 Sep 2012
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PostPosted: Thu 27 Sep 2012, 23:23    Post_subject:  Why can I only run puppy in 800x600 but in windows 1024x768?
Sub_title: Video: SIS 6326 AGP
 

So..I have and old P III 450 mhz...
Video: SIS 6326 AGP

and I been trying all configurations in xorgwizard but only works the 800x600 resolutions...
I try changing Xorg.conf ...but nothing changes...
is theres a driver for this??

i need more resolution...he
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ozsouth

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PostPosted: Fri 28 Sep 2012, 01:39    Post_subject: Tricky card  

I had one of those cards about 6 years ago - also had the pci version. Puppy versions from around that time seemed to run 1024x768 OK with the pci version, but I had trouble with the agp. Lucid 528 MAY be able to run this - worth a try. I assume you've tried xorgwizard from the command prompt. Depending on your monitor, vesa may be the answer.
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