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Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers General FAQ

FAQ provides answers to general questions on Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers including supported operating systems, chipsets, and platforms.

Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers for Intel® Architecture

Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers for Intel® architecture-based platforms allow OEMs and system integrators to create customized configurations.

Code Execution Times: IA-32/IA-64 Instruction Set Architecture

White paper: Provides methods to measure clock cycles spent executing C code on IA-32 and IA-64 architecture Linux* environment. (v.001, Sept. 2010)

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Understanding Linux* Power Management

White Paper: Looks at Linux* power management and troubleshooting display-related issues when resuming from S3 suspend state in Linux*. (March 2010)

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Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers 10.3.1: Brief

Brief: Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers 10.3.1

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Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers v10.3.1: Feature Matrix

Matrix displays Intel® Embedded Graphics Driver features, listed by embedded Intel® architecture chipsets. (v.011, Feb. 2010)

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Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers 10.4 Enhances Computing

Product Brief: Overview of Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers 10.4, which is targeted for embedded platforms and speeds time-to-market. (v.1, Feb. 2011)

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Enabling MPlayer to Communicate with Intel® Technology

White Paper: Describes processor workload reduction using video acceleration API with MPlayer to communicate with Intel® technology. (March 2010)

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Using Intel® Technology with Linux* Kernel Module

White Paper: Describes two methods for enabling Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers kernel module support into Linux* kernels. (Nov. 2009)

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Establishing Multi-Monitor Mode on Intel® Atom™ Processor Platform

White Paper: Provides details on how to extend the number of simultaneous displays to three or more on Intel® Atom™-based platforms. (v.1, Dec. 2010)

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