Ubuntu has this Intel chipset support natively available on the installation CD and Windows 7 did not? I don’t suppose Linux has ever been famous to audiophiles for its quality either. Retrieved 22 July You asked about your Ubuntu running better – are you having performance issues at this time? Seems like with a DVD Windows could fit everything you’d need for an installation to be complete. Retrieved 31 October

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Retrieved 11 July Hmmm, no, that’s a new one!

All trademarks used are properties of their respective owners. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. We will not get the level of ‘fast response’ for drivers written by the vendors in most cases NVidia bing a peasant exception. Thanks for explaining this.

[ubuntu] Intel Chipset Support – needs installing on ubuntu?

That is really cool how easy it is to install Ubuntu! I thought it was clear that it was temporary. It all depends on the BIOS and what chipdet they use.


Core i5 T [26]. Always read the motherboard manual and check for BIOS updates.

Core i5 T [15]. There are so many ways to fail Core i5 K [59]. It could not be changed. No, create an account now. Right now Intel and Adaptec seem to be stable in the market.

IntelĀ® Chipset Software and Drivers

If you are using software RAID from the motherboard, you have to also load dmraid which is a utility that loads additional modules I think the module is named dm. At work all system boot from USB, too.

Seems like with a DVD Windows could fit everything you’d need for an installation to be complete. I make my living with specialized software.

Windows releases are also few and far between. Nov 12, Messages: Retrieved 21 August Core i7 K [52].

List of IOMMU-supporting hardware – Wikipedia

I need to have this job complete by April of Im thinking there is something with the msi bios that is not happy. The issue is, During install Fedora 12 and other flavors of Linux. But the question now is what hardware can I use. But at the moment Ubuntu has shown to not yet be compatible.


List of IOMMU-supporting hardware

So having to install Intel Chipset Support has no equivalent on an ubuntu installation? Welcome to Our Community While Linux. I don’t want these to confuse you too much either They mostly talk about overclocking and some proprietary OS, but there are hints about universal hardware issues now and then.

Asking google did not led me to any hardware compatibility list saying “chipset p55 with intel core i is compatible with kernel x using additional drivers y”. Core i5 S [25].