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bio website sites.google.com/site/zapoqx
location Peoria, AZ
age 28
visits member for 3 years
seen Aug 27 '13 at 20:46

Mostly a D&D player (of mainly 4th edition) that is just passing by.


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accepted Is 32-bit or 64-bit recommended for me based on my experience?
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revised Is 32-bit or 64-bit recommended for me based on my experience?
Clarification to question and question body.
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asked Is 32-bit or 64-bit recommended for me based on my experience?
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accepted Which ATI driver should I use for a Radeon Xpress 200M?
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comment Which ATI driver should I use for a Radeon Xpress 200M?
That works. I suppose though that if I ever did get a newer laptop and it had an ATI graphics in there, I would have to use fglrx if it was anything like the 6000 series?
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asked Which ATI driver should I use for a Radeon Xpress 200M?
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comment How do I start b43 drivers on bootup?
I'll mark that correct. That makes me feel better :)
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accepted How do I start b43 drivers on bootup?
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comment How do I start b43 drivers on bootup?
well stupid me, I woke up early, decided to look at it and added "foo" and my desktop would no longer show. Instead, I would just get the options for opening windows and such, but not the time, the user name, etc. So, I decided to restart from scratch, followed the b43 install correctly from the start (I didn't even notice the link it gives during setup), and so far, its been launching correctly without it. I just don't know if I should give this as a correct answer for future use if part of the issue was user fault for not paying attention (and working in a groggy state of mind).
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comment How do I start b43 drivers on bootup?
ya, I did the one for the STA method, but realized that I needed to look for b43 in the search using Ubuntu 11.10 instead of Broadcom. Mine is the 4318 so I needed b43. So I took it off as well as the source (since both were installed this way)