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Doesnt support graphics

Even thou it has internal graphics of 64 mb it does not suport even halo which requires less i think there is prob with bios

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How to allocate that 128mb ram to the on-board graphics?
please state the steps....
thank you

Posted on Jun 08, 2008

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Sounds like you need to allocate more RAM to the on-board graphics. Allocate at least 128MB.

These folks did a benchmark using Halo among other software, so it should work.
http://www.digital-daily.com/motherboard/via_vs_ati/index3.htm

But the on-board graphics performance on your board is quite poor - you should consider getting a decent AGP graphics card instead of using the on-board graphics for gaming.

Posted on May 26, 2008

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