|Feb 13, 2008, 06:19 PM||#1|
Disable G3 AIO onboard Video
Hello fellow mac users, I have my beloved G3 (G4) Beige all in one powermac. Currently I purchased an ATI PCI 9200 video card and want it to be the default video. I've done some forum searching and found resources on doing it through terminal, but all of the codes do not seem right. Anybody know the right commands to do this? THanks! :-D :-D
ps: Anyway of doing it through OS 9 as well?
Beige G3 AIO : 1GHZ G4 PowerPC, PC100 768MB, 250GB WD HD, and ATI PCI 9200 128MB
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