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I've installed a Matrox Mistique 4 Mb video card and now
my Xfree86 doesn't work anymore. I've looked in the database card, but there isn't a driver for that. Now I run X in the Vga mode, but many programs don't work. What should I do?

Thanks a lot.
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wait for the second part of the month an upgrade to XFree3.2B which will support the Mystique. Not availale today.A little bit of patience is required.
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sorry, i was not really right. It is XFree86 ver 3.3 and it is available since 04 june. It supports Matrox cards (millenium and mystique).
bye.
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Thanks a lot
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