Any help is appreciated. It’s good for playing 32 bit games if you install Windows XP SP3 but it would be very slow and laggy with any OS later than that, especially with only mhz ram. Is there any solution for this issue other than replacing the motherboard. Copyright – , Tech Support Forum. The maximum graphics shared size available in the bios is 64MB. A cheap AGP graphics card would be your best bet.
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BB code is on. Originally Posted by Tyree Did you build it or have it built? March 14, Checked out with VIA chipset support and this is response from them: Home Help Login Register.
All times are GMT Any other options that can be set in the bios or gigbayte files to enable the original widescreen resolution. Unfortunately that doesn’t help clarify. I highly doubt it mate.
Is there an option in the BIOS to increase the shared graphics size? My search shows that as a Gigbyte Mobo. Sending shifts in Realvnc. So either the CPU list is outdated or he has another motherboard.
March 15, Actually it may be a Gigabyte board as well. If you are not sure gigbayte to post then read here: I have been searching on their site and around. Posting your PC specs will help us to assist you quicker and effectively.
I am using the integrated video for the display. My Gigabyte Motherboard is not able to detect this resolution. I can’t find any definite info about that Mobo other than it’s pretty old.
GA-K8VMM (rev. 1.x) | Motherboard – GIGABYTE Global
Is there any solution for this issue other than replacing the motherboard. Windows 7 Ultimate bit 6. Search this Thread Advanced Search.
The PC manufacturer is the most reliable source for that info but they are in the business of selling PC’s and are often reluctant to offer that info. Windows 7 64 bit. Originally Posted by Tyree. The time now is I don’t have spare graphics card to try out. I have been searching on their site and around on Google and cannot find any compatible processors because my current one i8m800 my opinion is just utter garbage.
It’s good for playing 32 bit games if you install Windows XP SP3 but it would be very slow and laggy with any OS later than that, especially with only mhz ram. Did you build it or have it built? March 24, Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit version Gigabyye System.
Copyright -Tech Support Forum. A cheap AGP graphics card would be your best bet.