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About Tinco

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  1. Just got my system to work thanks to your guide. One addition for people with an NVidia card, if your screens go black, sometimes it is because you need to boot with: GraphicsEnabler=Yes PciRoot=1 Apparently you can use the tool called 'Lizard' to obtain this, but I just guessed.. (the GraphicsEnabler=Yes is something needed for some older nvidia cards I think, I have a GTX 260 TOP, the PciRoot thing probably has to do with either my placement on the motherboard, or the motherboard itself, I have an EX58-UD4P)
  2. For people having trouble with their NVidia cards. My monitors turned off while booting the installer. I fixed this by adding my device id to the correct driver (the NV50 one). My card is a GTX 260 TOP. I also heard installing the drivers from nvidia could help.