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Community Manager
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RMM3 + add-in video card

Hello,

My question is that whether the RMM3 module is capable to pass the video of an add-in video card through KVM-over-IP, or it only can pass the video of the controller that is integrated in the board's BMC?

I've just installed a video card into my S3420GPLX, the result is 'No Signal' on the remote side.

Thank you and regards,

Janos

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Employee
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No RMM3 does NOT work with add-in video card.

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Community Manager
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It's sad but understandable.

I have to look for another solution because the integrated Matrox G200 is weak to me.

Thank you for the quick reply, regards,

Janos

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Community Manager
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So what are the options? I have an s5520sc with only an internal video connection on the board.

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Employee
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Consider SOL for pre-OS boot and software-based KVM within OS.

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Community Manager
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Sorry, but what is sol? I was told by tech support it will work as long as the cable for internal vga on mboard is present as primary video and external vga as secondary it will work.

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Employee
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Yes that will work but with limitation in Windows - the onboard video doesn't have WDDM driver but only XPDM driver, which means if you want to use both in Windows you'll have to use XPDM driver for add-on video too.

SOL = Serial Over LAN. It's text based console redirection for pre-OS remote management.

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Community Manager
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i have both videos using basic vgapnp driver, but added video card returns status 10. What am I doing incorrectly?

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Community Manager
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...i am looking for even generic xpdm drivers on intel download (to which some threads have alluded to) but can find nothing. Can you provide an xpdm driver for both video cards?

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Employee
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Try to load the Windows XP driver for your add-in video card. Below is the onboard video driver:

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=18387 http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=18387

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