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Riva TNT

Posted on 1999-07-03
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Last Modified: 2013-12-15
I'm a newbie who wants to install redhat6. I have no idea what to do when it gets to the part where you choose the display card because riva tnt is not listed. I know you can choose unlisted card and choose some settings later. That's where I have problems. Can anyone help me? Pls be as detail as possible. Thank you so much :)
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bjacobs earned 300 total points
ID: 1629194
I used Diamond Viper V550, works fine.

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i think u can choose other card. or compatible video card that list on the redhat. after choosing try to probe it. if it can display but not fix to your monitor try press ctrl  alt + to make it fix with your  monitor

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