Do you have the right driver - fglrx?
It can be installed with Envy, but according to some posts in the forum you may have to do it over and over again...
You could always try to change to "1" - if you know your way with a terminal as you may have to use rescue mode to change it back.....
D1Wayne is right - there's some bug with vendor ID as well.... forgot about that, not so many questions about it yet but this may soon change
Last edited by Husse on Sat Jun 02, 2007 4:48 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Don't fix it if it ain't broken, don't break it if you can't fix it
perhaps, perhaps not there are some cards that are liked by xorg 7.2 and some jt does not like.
it even seems the same graphic engines have yes/no answers according to the Ubuntu forums the bug was discovered in parsing the vendor id string so if you post your Manufacturer make and model, such as GigaByte Radeon 9550.
and post the driver and display section of the xorg.conf file we can see if there is a solution.
or you can search these forums for you card and see if the solution has already been found, if not google +cardModel +beryl +feisty
They machine I was testing that 9550 has only 256mb memory and I did not get beryl running on this card had orig, a GeForce2 MX400 that barely ran Beryl at low res so my problems may be lack of memory for 9550