Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 62514
i830 module does not work
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:41:32 EDT
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Description of problem:
I have a labtop with the i830 graphics and after selecting that driver during
install. System boots, but X won't, big error message but the main point of
the error message is and i quote the message "(EE) Failed to load
module 'i830' (module does not exist, 0)" NOTE: this driver was not in 7.2 so
it may not be installed in the actual .iso yet...PLEASE KEEP THIS IN. lots of
labtops have this chip. Also note the system does not autoprobe this card.
Which doesn't really matter, I know what card is in the system.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Actual Results: just got error message,
Expected Results: X start
NOTE: the installer is graphical...which makes me think X should
work...although it doesn't use the whole screen, there is a black border. I
belive that is an issue of needing the right dirvers installed, which is what
the problem is. SYSTEM: toshiba 1000-s157 same as 1000-s158 and 1005-s157 1005-
s158. with i830 graphics.
Oops, looks like wrong driver is listed. It listed i830, instead of i810,
which is confusing as the proper driver is "i810" ;o)
The PCI ID was listed as unknown, but I've fixed it I think.
0x8086 0x3577 "Card:Intel 830" "Intel Corp.|82830 CGC [Chipset Graphics
Please attach "lspci -n" output if it shows something other than 8086:3577
for the device ID.
Fixed in hwdata-0.10-1 package in rawhide
*** Bug 62885 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***