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Old 12-12-02, 04:40 PM   #6
bwkaz
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Yep, that's the problem. 2.4.7 doesn't have a clue how an nForce motherboard works. You might be able to use VESA video, then install the nForce drivers from nVidia, but I don't know for sure whether those include an AGP driver or not. They may not.

If they don't, then the first order of business would be to find a kernel (if there is one) that works with nForce AGP. I'm not convinced that there is one, actually... which might be bad.

If you can at least get a system up, then you might be able to get the nVidia video drivers to work with NvAgp set to "0" -- AGP disabled.
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