Thanks for your answer.
It’s exactly what I want to do : force crttrap to detect the s3 video card
in preference to all others by running. So I’v try your idea but :
- I use space when QNX is booting and use the option 1 to use safe mode.
- I type : crttrap clear (no problems, QNX confirms)
- I type : crttrap -F s3 (problems !!!)
QNX writes :
crttrap: illegal option --F
s3: command unrecognised
What can I do ? And how see help for command crttrap in the shell ?
Thank you very much and sorry for my english.
Andy <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit dans le message :
Hi, Assuming that your motherboard’s graphics chips is not in the S3
you can unambiguously force crrtrap to detect the S3 video card in
to all others by running:
crttrap clear (cleans out previous config)
crttrap -F s3 (or alternatively crttrap -F virge)
I’m not an expert (it’s taken me three months to get my home machine
out of VGA mode !) but maybe it’ll work.
In article <8rsrmp$l6c$> email@example.com> >,
“Damien” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
Hi and thanks for your answer.
My motherboard video is disable, but it is the same thing !
Other idea ?
Mitchell Schoenbrun <> email@example.com> > a écrit dans le message :
Well the first thing is to try to disable the
motherboard video in your bios setup.
Previously, Damien wrote in comp.os.qnx:
I’ve bought a s3 Trio64V2-DX/GX card (PCI). I’ve got another video
integrated to my mother board. My screen is connected to my s3.
But when I launch QNX, cttrap seems to detected my s3trio, and
video mode. But my screen stay black ! I’ve try to re-install QNX,
What can I do ?
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