I am having the same problem. Had on board graphics here, then installed a PCI graphics card that works well enough with Windows. Have 32 bit graphics now instead of 24 bit. The reason I upgraded was the on board Intel® 82810E Graphics Controller was unstable with Windows and Linux after an upgrade of RAM to 512MB. I disabled the on board graphics in Windows Device Manager, but can no longer boot Linux Live CD distros or the installed version of PCLOS. I may try an uninstall of the onboard graphics in device manager, but I believe that won't work either, and then Windows will detect new hardware after boot and want to install the drivers for it. I have tried different boot methods (nopcmcia, acpi=off) with no luck. I also had no sound after the addition of a sound card on a separate desktop, and PCLOS didn't detect the sound card was there. Hope I can work this out, or will only have the Luxury of Linux on the laptop.
Edited by Bugballou, 18 October 2007 - 09:23 AM.