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Old 30th March 2006, 11:39 AM
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Cool [FC5] Dell Inspiron 1300 ACPI + Screen resolution question

Problem 1:
I've been able to put my resolution on 1024*768, but can't go higher, I've checked my hardware and resolution.
The hardware(system-config-display) states Intel Corporation Mobile 915GM/GMS, an i810 chipset. (---> intergrated Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 900, Intel 910GML with 64MB shared is the real hardware)
Normally it should be able to get 1280*1024.
Anyone a hint on how to?

Problem 2:
Upon booting I have an error(without further issues by this error afterwords) with the ACPI_cpufreq.
I understand why this ACPI is for, but is it safe to disable this on a laptop? Would acpi=off added to the boot parameters be enough?
Does APM replace ACPI?

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