The only hit in Google for this chip numbermentions an ECS 741GX-M motherboard, where someone was installingLinux using a VESA frame buffer driver (so no help from Google).http://www.asrock.com.tw/support/index_manual.htmhttp://www.asrock.com.tw/Drivers/Manual/K7S41GX_UM.pdfThere is an SIS User Name Remember Me? cheers keef247 View Public Profile Find More Posts by keef247 17th Oct 2006, 19:49 #2 IanW Grumpy Old Git Join Date: Aug 2003 Location: N.Wales Posts: 5,714 Specification Support CPU- Socket 462, supporting AMD Sempron, Athlon, Athlon XP, Duron- FSB 333/266/200 MHz Chipset- Northbridge: SiS┬« 741GX- Southbridge: SiS┬« 963L Memory- 2 x DDR DIMM- DDR333/266 non-ECC, un-buffered memory- More about the author
so its a ASRock K7S41GX with Integrated MirageÖ Graphics. Tweet DownloadPlex Info Home About Us FAQ Help Archives Site Map Contact Developers Submit Software Advertise Link to us PAD Info Publisher List Members My Panel Create an account Lost password? which would be slower but then its a linux media center/download box so it wouldnt be much slower surely?and would have better supported drivers from nvidia etc right? Topics: Active | Unanswered Index ┬╗Kernel & Hardware ┬╗Bootable USB - Advice Needed Pages: 1 #1 2012-07-25 12:05:07 myrlin Member Registered: 2010-06-11 Posts: 271 Bootable USB - Advice Needed I have find this
It almost sounds like Windows is having some> trouble with this ?>> Normally, you would be installing the 1.17 file and the 3.54> file after Windows is installed. don't know why, it's not an important system for me, so I didn't really look into it in detail. The only hit in Google for this chip number> mentions an ECS 741GX-M motherboard, where someone was installing> Linux using a VESA frame buffer driver (so no help from Google).>> http://www.asrock.com.tw/support/index_manual.htm>
For convenience, displays a complete list of manufacturers, which is divided into blocks of 30 units. More resources Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Russia France Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware Advertising About Just remember to back it up first! __________________ i7 [email protected] / Corsair H100i / Asus Maximus VI Gene / 16GB Corsair Vengeance 2133 / Asus Strix GTX1080 Advanced / 500GB Samsung Hi everyone, searching for K7S41 and K7S41GX didn't really help, so here is my problem: Since the update to 9.04 my printer takes 2 minutes to print a picture.
This model may not be sold worldwide. Did you check your lspci output before the upgrade? But, it is the> only thing I can think of right now. worth a shot.
Originally Posted by subway.cookie Hi everyone, Since the update to 9.04 my printer takes 2 minutes to print a picture. [...] Do you have any idea how to make it USB http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-hardware-18/cant-bootup-from-usbstick-on-asrock-k7s41gx-motherboard-630579/ ASRock Ext3 Gen3. Last edited by FrozenFox (2012-07-25 16:38:32) Offline #4 2012-07-25 16:49:13 MoonSwan Member From: Great White North Registered: 2008-01-23 Posts: 873 Re: Bootable USB - Advice Needed Update the systems BIOS with All graphics devicesare supposed to support some kind of 640x480 default dumb framebuffer mode.
Registration is completely free and takes only a few seconds. http://advalens.com/asrock-k7s41gx/asrock-k7s41gx-drivers-de-video.html Adv Reply Quick Navigation Hardware Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support New to Ubuntu All graphics devices> are supposed to support some kind of 640x480 default dumb frame> buffer mode. Any configuration other than original product specification is not guaranteed.
Information published on ASRock.com is subject to change without notice. Funny thing is, that the board's manual states, that it has 6 USB 2.0 connectors, 4 of which are on the rear of the computer and two are on headers. All graphics devices> are supposed to support some kind of 640x480 default dumb frame> buffer mode. click site Maybe because???
Join Date Oct 2005 Beans 65 Re: No USB 2.0 on ASRock K7S41GX since update? Even if you used a PCI> graphics card, I would expect the BIOS to disable the builtin> graphics, because otherwise you could install the drivers for> that hardware later.>> There may Hi, just got a ASRock K7S41GX that I'm typing this out on right now running ubuntu and i cant get a res higher than 10224x768 at 61hz...
If you are difficult to find the items you equipment, press Ctrl + F and you ll find on this page you are interested in the brand or model. Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode June 4th, 2009 #1 subway.cookie View Profile View Forum Posts Private I also had to specify my drive LBA geometry on the kernel commandline as BIOS and Linux didn't agree. Your comments will help us improve your tags experience.
Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical ę Canonical Ltd. The actual user interface may vary with the updated software version. Hi, Sorry I can't help, except by telling that your probably looking at a wrong issue. http://advalens.com/asrock-k7s41gx/asrock-k7s41gx-usb-drivers.html With an AGP card> installed, the chipset/BIOS just might be smart enough to> prevent you from installing those VGA/AGP files.
The brand and product names are trademarks of their respective companies. bump Adv Reply October 2nd, 2009 #3 simohell View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Just Give Me the Beans! My lspci looks the same, but I have 8.04 - so that I guess wouldn't be an upgrade issue. capacity of system memory: 2GB BIOS - 2Mb AMI BIOS with ACPI, SM BIOS 2.3.1, PnP Graphics - Integrated Mirage Graphics - Shared Memory Max. 64MB Audio - AC97 CODEC -
Thread Tools 17th Oct 2006, 15:43 #1 keef247 Hypermodder Join Date: Aug 2006 Location: Between Your Mothers Walking Devices Posts: 852 ASRock K7S41GX linux drivers Video+Mobo drivers... Then, try toinstall the SiS driver files on the CDROM. I'm trying againright now with another copy of windows xp(non service pack one) and oddlyenough it seems to be working, SO FAR anyways...."Paul"
Operating System: Linux other Rating: Submitted on 2005-07-01 12:00:00 Sergio Lopez Post License: - -Video: autodetected -lan ok, autodetected -Sound: use i810xx (or something..) controller that comes with distro installation. That is usually the one thing I have to do to get older machines to boot up. This AC adapter and the sound card (as a soldered sound chip), and the controller input-output ports, as well as a video adapter and controllers for storage. Offline Pages: 1 Index ┬╗Kernel & Hardware ┬╗Bootable USB - Advice Needed Board footer Jump to Newbie Corner Installation Kernel & Hardware Applications & Desktop Environments Laptop Issues Networking, Server, and