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just got an intel xeon i log on and screen goes almost black. i can only see outlines.


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A what? The G5 series of Mac machines used PowerPC processors, not Intel.

Whatever you're currently using is almost certainly not up to the task of rendering Second Life, regardless of your experiences with it up to now. You might want to instead try SLGo, which provides SL-like experience but has no GPU overhead (and monthly subscription model).

If you actually want help, paste accurate specs from your viewer's Help > About menu and avoid uninformative, disconnected phrases such as "everything else".

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A what? The G5 series of Mac machines used PowerPC processors, not Intel.

Whatever you're currently using is almost certainly not up to the task of rendering Second Life, regardless of your experiences with it up to now. You might want to instead try SLGo, which provides SL-like experience but has no GPU overhead (and monthly subscription model).

If you actually want help, paste accurate specs from your viewer's Help > About menu and avoid uninformative, disconnected phrases such as "everything else".

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Intel Xeon processor based PCs are more suited to being high end Multi-tasking business computers with business graphics support only or Workgroup Servers once again with business graphics only. They rarely ship with a high end graphics card.

You may be able to add a discrete graphics card [we recommend Nvidia cards] to the motherboard it if the case and power supply allows and has that option.

 

 

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