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there is some problem in my display, i read somewhere that there is a display problem with intel 810 chipset. how true it is and how to remove the problem.
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by:ahoffmann
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and what's the problem?
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the display is not proper, the colours of redhat version are not the one they should be.
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by:ahoffmann
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the display of colours is never proper.
Probably you mean that the colour red should be look like the standard definition of red: RAL 3000. But that's a hardware problem (most likely your monitor), usualy.
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RedHat distribution had a problem with this prior to 7.0, but it is fixed.  it was not a color problem, If we are talking about the same thing,  it could not  sync with it.  prior to 7.0, most HP, cute ones :-), and the compaq persari whatever,  would not install, properly install, the X server, but we are byond that.  
check out new version of RH.  
and Please forgive my Ignorance if we are not talking about the sam thing LOL.
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by:guysmartgal
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hi,
  to my knowledge XFree86 has released display drives for intel i810 chipset,so why not give a try of downloading and installing?


try and plz get  back!
bye
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