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AMILO Li 1705 [Video Card] Problem on Vista & Windows7

Postby NanoSofT » Wed Jan 07, 2009 9:39 am

AMILO Li 1705 comes with Display Card [The VIA Chrome9 HC IGP]

I tried to Install :::: P4M900(CE)-VN896(CE)Via CN896 package for vista found here :

http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/GRAPHICS-BOARD/OTHERS/VIA-IGP-CN896-P4M900-P4M900-CD-P4M900-CE-VN896-32bit-Driver-210201f-WHQL.shtml

and the system recognized it and all went good except the driver seems to be not functioning well on vista & Win7

light games in full screen mode are very slow .. the frames are segmented.. but in non full screen the speed is normal.

i don't want to go back to XP again .. so if someone has any kind of solution .. I'd be grateful to hear it.
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Re: AMILO Li 1705 [Video Card] Problem on Vista & Windows7

Postby aspettl » Wed Jan 07, 2009 8:41 pm

Did you try the official driver?
http://support.fujitsu-siemens.com/Down ... in%20VN896

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Re: AMILO Li 1705 [Video Card] Problem on Vista & Windows7

Postby NanoSofT » Thu Jan 08, 2009 4:28 am

thanks for your reply .. appreciate it

and yes i tried it long time ago and had some issues with aero & transparency so i searched for alternatives and i found the driver above and worked fine for me .. only this fullscreen slow thing is left to fix

I searched google again and found other ppls had the same issue with [VIA Chrome9 HC IGP]

http://www.tkarena.com/forums/video-gra ... mance.html

i made a video which illustrate the problem while running a game in both state modes

here is the video http://www.materialordner.de/dou7F8VSssG2bDbxgJ0stZFOMFLyV55Z.html

the game dimensions in full screen are the same in normal [800*600]
and the screen recorder utility captures the screen pixels[1280*800] not the game..so it's not a mistake.

but now i believe there is no fixing for that
i might stick with xp for a while till i upgrade my laptop
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