On Sat, Mar 25, 2017 at 08:32:18AM +0100, Patrick Rudolph wrote:
On Sat Mar 18 02:04:38 CET 2017, Kevin O'Connor wrote:
>> Assume the GPU is VGA compatible when running in text-mode.
>> Advertise VGA modes using SeaVGABios' stdvga driver.
>> running in text mode, even when not advertised.
>> Allows Windows 7 to boot in 640x480 and 16 colors mode using the
>> VgaSave driver.
>> Allows Windows 7 to show the loading bar splash screen.
>> Known issues:
>> The palette seems wrong, as colors are swapped ( blue is red, ... ).
>What graphics hardware did you test this on?
>If stdvga_set_mode() works on the hardware, why not use stdvga
>seavgabios and get the rest of the vgabios functionality? (That is,
>why use cbvga seavgabios at all?)
I'm on Lenovo T500 (Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD).
I'm going to do some tests using stdvga instead of cbvga.
Are you still looking at this?