From what I remember the Max memory on a Mystique was 4 MB. They were quite
rare, and the majority were 2MB.
From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of Ross
Sent: 06 April 2000 14:23
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: [ILUG] [Little OT] Matrox Mystique
Um, I've a Matrox Mystique here which I'm told is an 8 meg. When I stick
it into my machine however, it comes up as 2 meg in Windows. Could it be
that my motherboard is foo with regard to the card, or is it more likely
that the card simply is 2 meg. I havn't had a chance to probe the card
under Linux, but even if it does show up as 8 meg there, it isn't really
much good to me if it's not going to work properwise under Windows too.
Is there a way of fooling Windows into believing it's 8 (supposing it
really _is_ 8)?
ross at onesphere.netkernel at student.nuigalway.ie
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