[mythtv-users] Re: mythtv-users Digest, Vol 34, Issue 20

Larry larry at isp.com
Mon Dec 5 08:14:04 EST 2005


>I'm using an older nVidia GeForce 4 that I picked up (used) on eBay for 
>about $14 including shipping.  It's working fine, and getting it set up 
>(using Jarod's Fedora Core instructions) was a breeze.
>On Mon,  5 Dec 2005 06:46:02 -0500 (EST), mythtv at jehster.net wrote
>>Anyone want to share their experience with reasonably priced video cards?
>>I'm looking for something with a composite interface. Will any of 
>>them work for console (framebuffer) output, or only with X?
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>mythtv-users at mythtv.org
Hi Chris,

I too have a nivida Geforce 4 MX 440SE AGP, it is brand new...I have had 
it for sometime, but I did not at the time have an AGP slot, now with my 
new motherboard, it has one...So I installed the video card, but 
according to the directions it says that one must disable the onboard 

I tried doing that using the setup in CMOS, disabling anything to do 
with the agp, but then after rebooting, the card does not seem to work 
at all, no screen graphics at all...

Now my question is did you disable your onboard card, to get it to 

Any help would be appreciated...

Thanks Larry

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