Find More Posts by Junior Hacker. Also the 64bit version may not have the driver but the 32bit will. It was caused by a bad power spike. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. ASRock Incorporation unknown device what means that the intel chiset G is “unknown”, isn’t it? I agree fully, as I mentioned, people have had the same problem and found a fix, it’s just to bad none of those people have tripped on this thread yet.

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775i65 Incorporation unknown device how can i solve these “unknown device” problems? Also the 64bit version may not have the driver but the 32bit will.

chipseh If you need to reset your password, click here. Probably what’s happening is that the Fedora 6 kernel does not have the modules for your motherboard’s chipset. The G is probably the latest or one of the latest mainstream chipsets Intel has available, it is also probably the most 775o65g and will generally only be found in high end systems or third party motherboards.

It was caused by a bad power spike. Most importantly, run ‘lsmod’ and while running Knoppix and notice the modules that are loded by default.

FC6 – intel G chipset – ASRock i65G

Also try using the very latest kernel. Because of that imprint in my mind, I have returned a brand new laptop to Future Shop after finding out it had that chipset, Future Shop either could not or would not tell me which chipset it had before I bought it. Actually I found some 64bit programs to run slower than the 32bit ones.


Unfortunately I cannot add, this is just something I cgipset reading in a LQ thread long ago. Intel incoprporation G integrated graphics controller rev Intel Driver Problems G. As for the motherboard, never heard of it till now.

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I kept an image of the heavy successful installation in-case I would not get a lighter install without gnome on-line, I had tried to play with removing and adding packages to get rid of gnome but was not able to log in.

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Although I did not have graphics problems, I did have similar internet problems through modem. Dell 77565g in house warranty and over the span of a week replaced pretty much every component before eventually changing the Pentium 4 processor, that’s a costly catastrophy and that’s why I go with warranty on the entire system.

All these I downloaded from another OS and applied them with rpm update command: Afterward if you can then also run ‘lsmod’ while running Fedora Core 6 and see if the modules match. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. All times are GMT For modem, irgbalance is crucial to which there was an update, I also updated the kernel to final update release, ppp,kudzu, and a couple other network related items I can’t remember right now. If Knoppix comes up then you can better narrow down where the problem is cgipset from.


ASRock 775I65G – motherboard – micro ATX – LGA775 Socket – i865G

When I was shopping for a laptop I already decided I wanted no less than the chipset, the next generation had just been released, but the had good reviews for a mainstream chipset and the next generation had no reviews yet. Having a problem logging in?

Find More Posts by Junior Hacker. Visit the following links: Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. In there you chispet find the module for your chipset. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.

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I’m not saying it is a bad chipset, I’m just saying it appears to be quirky. Intel will sell any chipset they made in the past to manufacturers of motherboards for systems they’ll put on the shelf today, there’s that old cliche “you get what you pay for”. I remember about a year or year and a half ago, a few people had the same problems with Linux distros and that chipset regarding display issues and looked for cjipset right here at LQ.