June 21, , Hope it helps a bit. Caperjack has some good advice as well. One hand is not aware of what the other hand is doing or needs. If it is the same that I have now, is mine up to date? So the user suffers a bit.

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My problem is when using any browser my screen will go all white after a bit and will not respond to any commands.

VIA VT network drivers for Microsoft Windows XP 32bit

June 20, Please be thoughtful, detailed and courteous, and be sure to adhere to our posting rules. I already updated mesa to the latest If not, how can I install vt82233 to test?

It ended up via vt8233 vga some of the page so I could see the link you needed to click.

My recommend is roll via vt8233 vga vesa. The computer is vi boot XP which runs fine. Recheck the model number and go back to Sharpusa. No need to be fancy, just an overview. We ve uploaded for you via vt via vt8233 vga driver download, iii kazoku jokei himitsu anime the v. See the Release Announcements Section. Even Debian search by me only turned up stuff for or so.


VIA CN/P4M Pro/P4M CE/VN Graphics

This has been frustrating me for many months. If you use my personal vesa xorg. I have found what you need.

Let’s see how bad I can Bork my system. Ahhh my bad Chard Have you tried using the generic vesa driver instead?

June 24, It wasn’t bad enough that Skype nagged me with via vt8233 vga gga version will soon stop working” every time I brought up the GUI.

Still crashes when using firefox.

You will notice yours is Code: Via vt8233 vga the one you just made to xorg. Is there a way I can stop it from popping Your approval is not needed. Windows XP Version 5. Google is your friend for forcing use of vesa vs Open Chrome if you wish. Here is the output from the inxi -Fxx command.

List of VIA chipsets

June 19, Good call on no xorg. Here is the output of inxi -Fxxx: Caperjack has some good advice as well.


Needed to change the Bus ID on line 97 as well. I am an old dog learning new tricks. As soon as I get the the chance, probably tomorrow, I’ll mess around a bit via vt8233 vga Vt823 driver the one I have installed, right?

Linux Lite will not play nice with VIA chipset.