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I can't believe this happened. Although you might expect someone giving me the advice to turn Windows Aero off, the actual resolution for this problem was to turn it on.
A few things to try: Try a different (known good) VGA cable Try to set a higher refresh rate Try disabling the effects on your desktop
It sounds like you're running a 32 bit version of Windows. This is a limitation of the 32 bit systems (and certain 64 bit systems, depending on the motherboards chipset) that limits how much RAM is available to the operating system. Here is a good discussion of the issue: The 3GB-not-4GB RAM problem
sorry to tell you this, but the gma500 (gpu from intel) has a very bad support on linux, since the drivers for windows where developed by a thirdparty company which refused to write drivers for linux. you wont get any better support. im stuck with a gma by myself and all i can tell you is, that you should get windows.
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