Time for my weekly Linux screw-up... I tried to install the drivers for my Intel 852 built in video card ( the DRI ones). I downloaded the .tar.gz and extracted, then I ran the install script. It seemed to work fine, but when I rebooted XFree86 started throwing errors about "No Video Bios for selected depth". What does that mean? I've been working on it most of the night :knock: :knock: , but to no avail. Unfortunately, I have a couple school projects on there. I assumed that upgrading the drivers with such a fool-proof script would be as easy as a Windows driver update, but I guess I messed up bad. edit: I ran redhat-config-xfree86 and I saved it, but I still use i810 drivers. Any ideas on how to use my new ones?