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Hey everyone!

 

I was given a Dell XPS Gen 2 Desktop with no video card which I plan on installing 10.6. I looked through the compability database and just purchased an ATi Radeon 9600 PRO (AGP 120MB) on eBay for $20 shipped. I'm just starting to do my research and found tons of useful information on the site but I can't find anything motherboard specific (GH001).

 

Which guide should I follow for this installation?

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Hey everyone!

 

I was given a Dell XPS Gen 2 Desktop with no video card which I plan on installing 10.6. I looked through the compability database and just purchased an ATi Radeon 9600 PRO (AGP 120MB) on eBay for $20 shipped. I'm just starting to do my research and found tons of useful information on the site but I can't find anything motherboard specific (GH001).

 

Which guide should I follow for this installation?

 

 

I have the same computer....I have been trying to get iAtkos S3 to install...no dice...

I get UsbUHCI errors...than waiting for boot device.....

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Hey everyone!

 

I was given a Dell XPS Gen 2 Desktop with no video card which I plan on installing 10.6. I looked through the compability database and just purchased an ATi Radeon 9600 PRO (AGP 120MB) on eBay for $20 shipped. I'm just starting to do my research and found tons of useful information on the site but I can't find anything motherboard specific (GH001).

 

Which guide should I follow for this installation?

 

 

Radeon 9600 pro is not supported by Snow

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