[OT] Dead video card

François Chaplais francois.chaplais at mines-paristech.fr
Tue Aug 17 12:19:14 CDT 2010


isn't there a difference between PPC and Intel video cards? Something related to the ordering of bits in the bytes (big Endian v.s. small Endian, or something like that?)
Best,
	François
Le 16 août 2010 à 22:08, Jeff Massung a écrit :

> No such thing as a "Mac Compatible" video card... or a "PC Compatible" one
> for that matter. That's just a matter of branding.
> 
> The only important question is whether or not there are good video drivers
> for your particular OS for that piece of hardware.
> 
> If you go look at the ATI or nVidia websites, look over their drivers and
> see if there's a driver set for the OS you have and the card you are
> considering buying.
> 
> Jeff M.
> 
> On Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 3:00 PM, Richmond <richmondmathewson at gmail.com>wrote:
> 
>> Wow!
>> 
>> I returned from 4 days in the mountains to find the video-card on my G4 MDD
>> had 'died';
>> this is a nuisance as I will be unable to release my Devawriter Pro before
>> I can "see" into
>> my computer.
>> 
>> Has anybody any links to Mac compatible video-cards??????
>> 
>> I find that Amazon is full of video-cards but they give no indication if
>> they are
>> Mac compatible.
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