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Maybe the above range is fixed for the primary display adapter. Solved: Adding discrete graphics to ECS-P6STP-FL Discussion in 'Hardware' started by gandhi_g80, Sep 13, 2012. Free IRQ's were also available. When i don't specify the bus id in xorg.conf, the display through discrete card does not come up similar to the case in windows xp and no way of checking the
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Thanks & Regards, G.Gandhi gandhi_g80, Sep 15, 2012 #3 gandhi_g80 Thread Starter Joined: Sep 13, 2012 Messages: 11 Tried throughout the weekend to get the discrete graphics display up in Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. POST and booting not getting displayed in the monitor connected to the discrete card. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
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Under resources tab, it was displayed there are not enough resources. Advertisement gandhi_g80 Thread Starter Joined: Sep 13, 2012 Messages: 11 I have an old P3 850 MHz with 768 MB PC100 RAM in a ECS P6STP-FL mainboard with 02 PCI expansion Then i uninstalled the onboard video display driver from device manager and rebooted the system, but the issue still persists. It was already closed, why did you ask for it to be re-opened?
Though i have disabled the onboard graphics through device manager, it seems that the onboard graphics is not getting disabled in my mainboard through bios. http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Product/Product_DOWNLOAD.aspx?DetailID=106&CategoryID=1&DetailName=Feature&MenuID=24&LanID=0 If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. The workaround was to boot to DOS and then from there i used a dos pci configuration tool to write the pci configuration registers with the memory ranges obtained when i Stay logged in Sign up now!
Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. I know it is not much worth wasting time for this system. It worked and later disabled the onboard graphics in the device manager just in case.
Discussion Thread Date ECS Elitegroup n2u400-a (Windows XP Professional) 1 reply May 24, 2010 Post New more... When i changed the VGA cable to the onboard VGA port, the booting process was under progress and there was no controller entry for the newly installed Zotac graphics card in When i logged into ubuntu as well as Windows XP, the new graphics card was listed under PCI bus 2, the onboard graphics card was listed under PCI bus 1 and This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
Then i disabled caching, shadowing and all onboard devices like LAN, Modem, USB controller, Serial, Parallel ports etc., but the issue persists. anyway this is what i did? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/1068770 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? I connected the VGA cable to the Zotac card and booted the system but nothing was being displayed in the monitor. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. Found 02 displays in the display properties and made the discrete card as the primary display.
So it's possible the card is not being properly recognized. Now that it is working, i included the necessary commands in autoexec.bat and burnt it into a boot CD. All rights reserved. For some reasons, SERR was getting asserted in the bridge and the memory and i/o ranges were not being allocated to the secondary side of the bus(i.e to PCI-Exp side) and
But this happens when i specify the PCI bus id (pci bus 2) for the discrete card in xorg.conf. As you pointed out, I was worried that there may be a problem/incomatibility between my mainboard and graphics card as there was no display while POST and booting when the monitor I guess such a old 2001 system (PCI-Exp interface was not available) was unable to identify this new interface though i have read in some websites that it is compatible with