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Operating System: Windows Vista, XP/2003, 2000, Me/98
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.1.1 / 07 Feb 2009
Rage mobility does not have compromise performance in 2D, 3D and DVD acceleration for notebooks. It has high integration with a maximum of 8 MB memory, LVDs transmitter, TV encoder, and HW MPEG-2 decoder. It has low power via integration and comprehensive power management controls. It ahs true color support for STN with most optimized algorithm and pin compatible with RAGE LT PRO for easy design migration. Rage Mobility M3 is an ATI video adapter with M3 having 8 MB and 128 having 16MB. Its chipset is ATI Rage 128 while its PCI ID is 1002:4c46. It also has AGP 2X and 8 or 16MB SGRAM video memory. It can use Linux X.Org driver and supported by recent versions of the r128 driver in X.org. It also works with ThinkPad LCD; display on the internal LCD works best when the user sets the monitor correctly.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
DPMS sometimes does not detect the proper settings. It has the external VGA port with its dualhead being supported by the current Xorg 6.9 or higher. The Svideo port should always be supported by the current Xorg radeon driver. Rage Mobility M3 is compatible with operating systems Windows Vista, Windows XP windows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows Me and Windows 98. Users of Rage Mobility M3 are advised to always use the latest version the devise driver as this will assist them to utilize its functions better and easier. Versions that are old are known to cause conflicts of devices and adapter errors. One should therefore always attempt to update the Rage Mobility M3 drivers at least once per every month or even more often. One should also select the right driver for Rage Mobility M3 and also make windows back up every time one wants to update the driver. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Rage Mobility M3 errors before installing any driver updates.