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Re: [K12OSN] thin clients

did you contact them and get their driver?
it is likely an SIS chipset...and if so let me know and I'll send you the good SIS drive..the one bundled with K12LTSP crapped out for me.


Shawn Powers wrote:
On Apr 19, 2005, at 12:25 PM, William Parrott wrote:

planning to evaluate the Neoware Capio One (under $250 w/o monitor)

Let me save you time -- the video is HORRIBLE on those devices. It works half the time with vesa as the driver, the other half of the time it doesn't work at all. NO acceleration, so even when working, it's choppy and slow.

I affectionately call ours "CRAPIOS" -- which at least makes me smile. ;o)

Shawn Powers
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Inland Lakes Schools
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