[radeon] Support for AMD X1250 (IGP)?

Jerome Glisse glisse at freedesktop.org
Fri Jul 27 18:21:50 PDT 2007

Sebastian Kemper wrote:
> On Friday 27 July 2007 20:04, you wrote:
>> On 7/27/07, Sebastian Kemper <sebastian_ml at gmx.net> wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> would it be possible for the 'radeon' driver to support AMD's X1250
>>> as well? I asked the same question Jerome from xf86-video-avivo and
>>> he said that the X1250 is a r400 chipset which should be supported
>>> by the 'radeon' driver.
>> I'm not sure what variant it is off hand.  IIRC, it's an avivo
>> display engine with an r4xx 3D engine.  If this is the case, you'll
>> need the avivo driver.  You can try the radeon driver by forcing the
>> chip id to that of another XPRESS chip using the ChipId option.
>> Alex
> Thanks for your input. I tried the ChipIDs from RS400 (Radeon XPRESS 
> 200/200M IGP), RV410 (Radeon X700, M26 PCIE), R423/R430 (Radeon X800, 
> M28 PCIE) and R480/R481 (Radeon X850 PCIE/AGP), none worked. I had to 
> hard-reset the computer every time.
> This wiki page suggests that the X1250 is based on the X700:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_ATI_Graphics_Processing_Units
> I take it the X700 is _not_ an AVIVO card. The X1250 on the other hand 
> seems to be. Could this be the/a problem?
> Regards
> Sebastian
Damm this become even more complexe, might be an avivo display display with
a r400 3d part... Try adding id into avivo and see if it can bring up 
the display.
You might also try to dump bios modesetting and i can take a look at it 
to check
which kind of card it's
people.freedesktop.org/~airlied/xres* then use vbetest -m somemode 2> dump

Jerome Glisse

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