ACER TRAVELMATE 350 SERIES TRIDENT VGA WINDOWS VISTA DRIVER
ACER TRAVELMATE 350 SERIES TRIDENT VGA DRIVER DETAILS:
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ACER TRAVELMATE 350 SERIES TRIDENT VGA DRIVER
You can happily detach it with a bit of hdparm magic as described here in the section CD and re-attach it. No problems.
Acer TravelMate 350 Series User Manual
But if you did not boot with a connected DVD, it will not work. Z, and that it should not probe for it.
But still -- the DVD is not detected. I got the Kernel as far as really trying to find it by resetting the second IDE bus, but it did not help. The device is currently not hot-pluggable but only hot-unpluggable and hot-repluggable. The parallel ports are usable if they where not connected during boot time. At least that Acer TravelMate 350 Series Trident VGA very nice. Also, I could not re-assign the left mouse button as the middle one and use the touch pad itself as the left button, because they are treated absolutely the same.
I used showkeys -s to see that the buttons are also not mapped to the keyboard. I tried xset dpms force off and the like without any success. It is switched back on automatically in both cases. Solution 1: I reinstalled Windows. It was Acer TravelMate 350 Series Trident VGA very fast thing to do, just about ten minutes thanks to Norton Ghost that the installation CD uses. Lucky enough, the installation CD asks for the size of the primary partition. A second, unused partition D: That drive D: Solution 2: The same effect was reported for the Travelmate TXV. In the installation phase, either avoid graphics modes or otherwise, my Suse's Yast2 crashed in graphics mode or switch off and on the computer, which seems to reset the mouse properly.
Then it should work.
After the Linux installation is complete, a soft reset can be performed using the Synaptics TouchPad tool tpconfig. I included the reset in boot. First I thought it was because the machine overheats, but it happened regardless of the temperature. Potential Solution: I installed the then latest Linux Kernel 2. I hope it is fixed now, the Acer TravelMate 350 Series Trident VGA did not crash without reason so far.
The above potential solution was no real solution. The device kept on crashing from time to time. What helped was installing a new IDE drive a did that after having the laptop same two years or soinstalling the newest Linux kernel 2.
I did all this at once, so I am not sure which of these helped. Probably the drive electronics was broken. It was strange to get a 20 GB drive instead of a 10 GB drive in the first place You have to enable ALI15x3 support in the kernel as this page explains. Timing buffer-cache reads: Maybe the IDE driver reported about here works even better. It is available from acer here.
Acer TravelMate 350TE - 13.3" - PIII - Win ME - 64 MB RAM - 10 GB HDD Series Specs
Things to Avoid Crashes: Yast2 sometimes does this without notifying you before. I also ran into this when trying to ask for an encrypted partition's pass phrase just after X login.
Acer TravelMate TE - " - PIII - 64 MB RAM - 10 GB HDD overview and full product specs on CNET. AGP 2x - Trident CyberBlade i1. Memory 1 x display / video - VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD) Graphics Processor Series.
Trident. The first notebook we managed to fetch is the Acer TravelMate According to the manufacturer, this sample belongs to a series created with Trident Cyber-Blade AGP 2x video system with 4 MBytes SDRAM integrated into the controller;; 3D graphics hardware accelerator with AGP 2x mode support;; MPEG-2/DVD.