When I try to start QNX windows, the graphics driver Pg.i810 gives me “Could not connect to : No such file or directory” error message & terminates immediately. I am unable to run windows I cant use gr.vga as it cannot give me resolution above 640x480. I need a minimum of 800x600 resolution. I have Intel integrated graphics card. When I do show_pci I get the following details
Vendor ID: 0x8086 Intel
Device ID: 0x1132
PCI Index: 0
PCI Int Pin: INT A
Interrupt line: 11
Please help. Any other driver will also do.
how are you starting the Pg.i810 driver?
There is a new gr.i830 driver that is available on qnx.com download that might work for you…
The vesa driver does not work. It gives me “Int10 not found” error. I have heard that QNX 4.25 broke the driver.
I start the driver using the command below
Pg.i810 -g 800,600,16 -d 0x8086,0x1132 -R 75
Regarding the gr.i830, can you please give me the exact link?. Or you could attach the driver so that I can download the same.
Isn’t Pg the photon driver only? (you said you were using qnxwindows?)
I have just realized that the gr.i830 was something we got custom engineered and i dont think it has come out as a patch yet maybe talk with your local QNX representative?
Oh Is it?. I was not aware that Pg.* drivers are photon only. That explains it. I do not have photon. Just qnx windows. So I should be looking at drivers gr.*. Maybe I will have to talk to the QNX guys.
You can use Photon driver though QWindows gr.phi driver.
Well if you don’t have Photon how come you have Pg.i810?
I was searching for the drivers on qnx.com & they said this driver supported the said graphics card. there was no mention of photon only.
Anyway I do not have gr.phi. Can i download it somewhere? And how do I use it along with Pg.i810?. Any document or a link? BTW this VB3 application which works along with gr.vesa2, is it a freeware?. Unfortunately the link is not helpful. Thanks in advance
what version of QNX 4 are you running? I have gr.phi but i am not sure where it has come from… the vbe3 thing costs money, I am going to try it anyway. I would guess using the Pg. photon drives with the gr.phi is going to be slower, and also incurr a Photon license cost.