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Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers,
EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
March 2010
Notice: The Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers may contain design defects or errors known as errata which may
cause the product to deviate from published specifications. Current characterized errata are available on
request.
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Contents—IEGD
Contents
Revision History ........................................................................................................ 4
Introduction .............................................................................................................. 6
Purpose/Scope/Audience ...................................................................................... 7
Conventions and Terminology ............................................................................... 8
Summary Tables of Current Product Issue Activity .................................................... 9
Errata ...................................................................................................................... 16
Issues Closed in Version 10.3.1 ............................................................................... 46
Tables
1
2
3
4
5
Affected Documents, Related Documents, and Reference Information ............................... 7
Conventions and Terminology ...................................................................................... 8
Summary Tables Legend ............................................................................................. 9
Errata....................................................................................................................... 9
Resolved Issues ....................................................................................................... 46
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IEGD—Revision History
Revision History
Date
Revision
Description
March 2010
031
Specification update for the 10.3.1 release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics
Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS.
February 2010
030
Specification update for the 10.3 release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics
Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS.
December 2009
029
Specification update for the 10.3 Preliminary release of the Intel® Embedded
Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS.
October 2009
028
Specification update for the 10.2 release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics
Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS.
September 2009
027
PRELIMINARY specification update for the 10.2 Preliminary release of the
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS.
July 2009
026
Specification update for the 10.1 release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics
Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS.
June 2009
025
Specification update for the 10.1 Preliminary release of the Intel® Embedded
Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS.
May 2009
024
Specification update for the 10.0.2 release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics
Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS.
March 2009
023
Specification update for the 10.0 release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics
Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS. A section containing the list of
resolved issues was added to this document.
February 2009
022
Specification update for the Preliminary 10.0 release of the Intel® Embedded
Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS.
February 2009
021
Specification update for the 9.1.1 release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics
Drivers, EFI Driver, and Video BIOS, with added information for #200385.
December 2008
020
Specification update for the 9.1.1 release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics
Drivers, EFI Driver, and Video BIOS.
December 2008
019
PRELIMINARY specification update for the 9.1.1 Beta 3 release of the Intel®
Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Driver, and Video BIOS.
November 2008
018
PRELIMINARY specification update for the 9.1.1 Beta 2 release of the Intel®
Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Driver, and Video BIOS.
November 2008
017
PRELIMINARY specification update for the 9.1.1 release of the Intel®
Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Driver, and Video BIOS.
November 2008
016
Specification update for the 9.1 release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics
Drivers, EFI Driver, and Video BIOS.
October 2008
015
PRELIMINARY specification update for the 9.1 Beta 2 release of the Intel®
Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Driver, and Video BIOS.
September 2008
014
PRELIMINARY specification update for the 9.1 release of the Intel®
Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Driver, and Video BIOS.
August 2008
013
Specification update for the 9.0.2 release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics
Drivers and Video BIOS.
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Date
Revision
July 2008
012
Specification update for the 9.0 release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics
Drivers and Video BIOS.
June 2008
011
Specification update for the 9.0 release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics
Drivers and Video BIOS.
May 2008
010
PRELIMINARY specification update for the 9.0 Release of the Intel®
Embedded Graphics Drivers and Video BIOS.
October 2007
009
Specification update for 8.0 release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers
and Video BIOS.
August 2007
008
PRELIMINARY specification update for the 8.0 Release of the Intel®
Embedded Graphics Drivers and Video BIOS.
June 2007
007
Specification update for 7.0 release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers
and Video BIOS.
April 2007
006
PRELIMINARY specification update for the 7.0 Release of the Intel®
Embedded Graphics Drivers and Video BIOS. This specification update was
formerly titled Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers and Video BIOS Errata.
December 2006
005
Errata updated for the 6.1 Release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers
and Video BIOS. Change bars indicate areas of change.
September 2006
004
Errata updated for the 6.0 Release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers
and Video BIOS.
June 2006
003
Errata updated for the 5.1 Release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers
and Video BIOS.
February 2006
002
Errata updated for the 5.0 Release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers
and Video BIOS.
October 2005
001
Errata updated for the 4.1 Release of the Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers
and Video BIOS.
March 2010
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Description
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IEGD—Introduction
Introduction
The Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers (IEGD) comprise a suite of multi-platform
graphics drivers designed to meet the requirements of embedded applications.
Featuring Intel® Dynamic Display Configuration Technology (DDCT), the drivers run on
the following Embedded Intel® Architecture (eIA) chipsets:
• Intel® Atom™ Processor 400 and 500 Series
• Intel® Q45/G41/G45 Express chipset
• Mobile Intel® GM45/GL40/GS45 Express chipset
• Intel® System Controller Hub US15W/US15WP/WPT chipset
• Intel® Q35 Express chipset
• Mobile Intel® GLE960/GME965 Express chipset
• Intel® Q965 Express chipset
• Mobile Intel® 945GSE Express chipset
• Mobile Intel® 945GME Express chipset
• Intel® 945G Express chipset
• Intel® 915GV Express chipset
• Mobile Intel® 915GME Express chipset
• Mobile Intel® 910GMLE Express chipset
The IEGD supports five types of display devices:
• Analog CRT/VGA Monitors
• LVDS flat panels
• TMDS DVI displays
• TMDS HDMI displays
• Standard-Definition (NTSC / PAL) & High-Definition (Y/PB/PR) TV Output
The IEGD is designed to work with fixed-function systems, such as Point-of-Sale (POS)
devices, ATM machines, gaming devices, etc. It can be configured to work with various
hardware and software systems and supports both Microsoft Windows* and Linux*
operating systems, including embedded versions of these operating systems.
The Intel Embedded Graphics Suite consists of both the IEGD and a Video BIOS
(VBIOS) component. These two components are configurable and work together to
provide a wide range of features.
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Introduction—IEGD
The IEGD provides the following features:
• Enhanced VBIOS and EFI support
• Dynamic Port Drivers
• Support for Dual Independent Head (DIH) displays
• Support of a Universal INF file
• EDID and EDID-less display support
• Display discovery and initialization
• Direct 3D* support
• Installer/Uninstaller GUI for Microsoft Windows
• Runtime configuration GUI for Microsoft Windows and Linux
• OpenGL supported in Linux
Purpose/Scope/Audience
This document is a compilation of Errata. It is intended for those who need to interface
with the graphics subsystem. This includes, but is not limited to: platform designers,
system BIOS developers, system integrators, original equipment manufacturers
(OEMs), system control application developers, as well as end users.
This document may also contain information that was not previously published.
This document provides information on open errata in all supported IEGD packages for
version 10.3.1 of the IEGD product. It includes information on the following packages:
• Linux
• Windows Embedded Standard 2009, Windows XP ver. SP3,Windows XP Professional
ver. SP3, Windows XP Embedded* ver. SP3, WEPOS ver. SP3:
— DirectX* 8.1 (DirectDraw* and Direct3D*)
— DirectX 9 (DirectDraw and Direct3D)
• Microsoft Windows CE 5.0 and Windows CE 6.0 R2
• VBIOS
Table 1.
Affected Documents, Related Documents, and Reference Information (Sheet 1
of 2)
Title
®
Number
®
Intel Embedded Graphics Drivers for Embedded Intel
Product Brief
Architecture-based Chipsets
315587
Intel
®
Embedded Graphics Drivers and Video BIOS User's Guide
274041
Intel
®
I/O Controller Hub 9 (ICH9) Family Datasheet
316972
Mobile Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family
Intel
®
Atom™ Processor Z5xxΔ Series Datasheet
320122
319535
Intel® System Controller Hub (Intel® SCH)
319537
Intel® 3 Series Express Chipset Family Datasheet
316966
Intel® I/O Controller Hub 10 (ICH10) Family Datasheet
319973
Mobile Intel
®
965 Express Chipset Family Datasheet
316273
Intel® 965 Express Chipset Family Datasheet
313053
Mobile Intel® 945GM/PM/GMS Express Chipset Datasheet
309219
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IEGD—Introduction
Table 1.
Affected Documents, Related Documents, and Reference Information (Sheet 2
of 2)
Title
Number
Mobile Intel® 915PM/GM/GMS and 910GML Express Chipset Datasheet
305264
Intel®
915G/915GV/915P Express Chipset Datasheet
304467
Intel® I/O Controller Hub 6 (ICH6) Family Datasheet
301473
Display Panel Debugging with the Intel Graphics Memory Controller Hub
305964
VESA BIOS Extensions/Display Data Channel Standard, available at the following website:
http://www.vesa.org/public/VBE/VBEDDC11.PDF
N/A
This document provides information on the 4F VBE functions, which are supported by the
Intel embedded Video BIOS.
VESA BIOS Extension (VBE) Core Functions Standard Version 3.0, available at the following
website:
http://www.vesa.org/public/VBE/vbe3.pdf
N/A
Contains information on the VESA BIOS Extension (VBE) specification for standard software
access to graphics display controllers that support resolutions, color depths, and frame
buffer organizations beyond the VGA hardware standard.
Conventions and Terminology
Table 2.
Conventions and Terminology
Term
Errata
(plural)
Erratum
(singular)
Definition
Errata are design defects or errors. These may cause the Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers,
EFI Driver, and Video BIOS’ behavior to deviate from published specifications. Hardware and
software designed to be used with any given release must assume that all errata documented
for that release are present on all devices.
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Summary Tables of Current Product Issue Activity—IEGD
Summary Tables of Current Product Issue Activity
Table 4 shows the Errata that apply to the IEGD product. Intel may fix some of the
Errata in a future release of the software as noted in Table 3. Table 4 uses the codes
listed in Table 3.
Table 3.
Summary Tables Legend
Status
Indicator
Column
Definition
X
Driver
Version
Indicates that an erratum eXists
Plan Fix
Status
This erratum may be fixed in a future release.
Fixed
Status
This erratum has been previously fixed.
No Fix
Status
There are no plans to fix this erratum.
A change bar to the left of a table row indicates an item that is either new or modified from the previous
version of this Specification Update.
Table 4.
Errata (Sheet 1 of 7)
ID
Driver
Version
Package
Errata
Status
Page
10.3.1
200156
X
WEPOS,
Windows
XP
Pixel corruption on XP when the video is partially
clipped in extended direction in 8-bit mode.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
16
200312
X
VBIOS
Display flashes when booting up IEGD on Intel®
System Controller Hub US15W on VBIOS.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
16
200314
X
Windows
XP
Microsoft Verifier incorrectly identifies errors in
the IEGD drivers. A blue screen is displayed
when running Direct3D with power management
in clone mode.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
16
200369
X
Linux
Overlay flickers on primary video display on D1
step and earlier US15W.
No Fix
(Hardware
defect)
17
200462
X
Windows
CE
System slow when remotely accessing a GIF file
on 910GML and Windows CE.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
17
200531
X
Linux
Direct Rendering 3D not working when run on
Ubuntu 8.0.4, Fedora 7 kernel 2.6.24.4 on
945GME.
Plan Fix
17
200555
X
VBIOS
IEGD VBIOS terminate and stay resident (TSR)
program hangs and freezes the system on Q45.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
18
200617
X
Windows
XP
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
18
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MPEG-2 video is blank when running on DVI
using software decode on Windows Media
Player*.
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Table 4.
Errata (Sheet 2 of 7)
ID
Driver
Version
Package
Errata
Status
Page
10.3.1
200618
X
Windows
XP
MPEG-2 video may be blank when running on
DVI in extended mode using hardware decode in
Windows Media Player* 11.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
18
200624
X
Windows
XP
VC1 Video cannot be played on LVDS in
extended mode using Windows Media Player*
and software decode.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
18
200641
X
Windows
XP
Changing display resolutions while playing video
in Windows* Media Player causes video
hang/blank and system hang.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
19
200645
X
Windows
Vista
ACPI S3/S4 can fail in some cases in Vista* with
IEGD.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
19
200672
X
Windows
XP
Windows Media Player* 10 may cause failure to
play MPEG2, H.264, and VC1 video in
PowerDVD8 player.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
19
200679
X
Windows
XP
Running video using full video acceleration in
rotation causes video hang and blank when
flipping horizontally.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
20
200681
X
Linux,
Windows
XP
Display ID data (EDID) may be interpreted
incorrectly on Q45 when CH7307 is used.
No Fix
(Hardware
defect)
20
200697
X
Linux
In certain situations setting the EDID option to
use edid (1) may fail to use the EDIDAvail
setting.
Plan Fix
20
200707
X
Windows
Vista
Screen rotation in Microsoft Vista* may cause
distortion if Side Bar / Gadgets are used.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
20
200770
X
Linux
Tearing seen when playing movie with XVBlend
on Intel® System Controller Hub US15W.
No Fix
(Hardware
limitation)
21
200806
X
Linux
xegl demo es1_msaa failed to run on X-Server
1.3.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
21
200819
X
Windows
Vista
Icons appear in wrong bit depth on secondary
display if primary display is lower BPP.
No Fix
(OS/AI
issue)
21
200820
X
Linux
3DMarkMobile ES 2.0 is not rendering correctly
and will segfault on US15W.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
21
200824
X
Windows
Vista
Running 3D application on Microsoft Vista* may
cause the side bar on desktop to flicker.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
22
200832
X
Windows
XP
PDVD8 screen blank playing H.264 and VC1
video with rotated display.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
22
200850
X
Windows
XP
PDVD8 exits when playing H.264 video with the
display flipped.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
22
200876
X
Windows
XP
Translucent Display Properties box on the LVDS
port may flash when moved.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
22
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Table 4.
Errata (Sheet 3 of 7)
ID
Driver
Version
Package
Errata
Status
Page
Plan Fix in
upcoming
10.3.x Hot
fix release
23
Rotation and flipping after running video may
cause display corruption and system hang on an
Intel® System Controller Hub US15W running
Microsoft Vista*.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
23
Google Earth* may have visual corruption on
US15W.
Plan Fix
23
10.3.1
200898
X
Linux,
Moblin
200901
X
Windows
Vista
200942
X
Linux
200946
X
Windows
XP
MPEG2 video fails to run on PDVD8 in LVDS
(extend) and DVI using software decode.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
23
200947
X
Windows
XP
Resizing MPEG2 video in PDVD8 using hardware
video decode in LVDS (extend) and DVI causes
the player to exit.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
24
200948
X
Windows
XP
Overlay is not working when playing video in
PDVD8 spanning two displays in extended mode.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
24
200954
X
Windows
XP
H.264 video fails to run on PDVD8 in LVDS
(extend) and DVI using hardware decode.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
24
200974
X
VBIOS,
Windows
XP
ATI PCIe card may fail to work with IEGD VBIOS
on an Intel® System Controller Hub US15W.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
24
200981
X
WEPOS,
Windows
eXP,
Windows
XP
Pixel Shaders version 2.0 on US15W may cause
test failures.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
25
200989
X
VBIOS
GHOST.exe fails on US15W with Machine Check
Error.
No Fix
(Application
defect)
25
201008
X
WEPOS,
Windows
Vista,
Windows
XP
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
25
201041
X
Linux
3DMarkMobile ES 1.1 not rendering correctly on
US15W.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
26
201046
X
Windows
Vista
Microsoft Vista fails to boot or install fully on
915GV and 945G using IEGD VBIOS.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
26
201056
X
Linux
Rendered scaling - corrupted line on
video/window when window is on top of video.
No Fix
(Hardware
limitation)
26
201071
X
Windows
XP
After resuming from S4 the background is not
drawn correctly.
No Fix (OS
issue)
27
201163
X
Windows
CE
CE Player cannot play MPEG1 on all platforms.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
27
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System will either restart or crash/halt after
wake up from SUSPEND S3 state.
ACPI S3/S4 fails to work with screen saver on
US15W.
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Table 4.
Errata (Sheet 4 of 7)
ID
Driver
Version
Package
Errata
Status
Page
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
27
No Fix
27
No Fix
(OS/API
Issue)
28
10.3.1
201168
X
Linux
Some videos may hang when running on Ubuntu
and US15W.
201200
X
Linux
Video corruption and green lines issue on
Rendered Scaling.
201235
X
Windows
XP
Embedded
201236
X
Linux
Secondary overlay causes a grey box in DIH and
panned Clone configuration on Q45 and GM45.
No Fix
(Hardware
limitation)
28
201270
X
Linux
Overlay corrupted green box in clone
configuration persists even when switching to
single mode on Q45 and GM45.
No Fix
(Hardware
defect)
28
201297
X
WEPOS,
Windows
XP,
Windows
eXP
Playing video with audio enabled on US15W may
trigger CyberLink PowerDVD 8.0 player to use
software decode.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
29
201304
X
Windows
XP
Partial clipping on primary display becomes
black and flickers on GM45 and Q45 chipsets.
No Fix
29
201307
X
Linux
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
29
201331
X
Windows
XP
Video playback of advanced profile interlaced
VC1 clips displays corruption due to Microsoft
codec reporting incorrect inter-frame CBP on
US15W/WP.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
30
201360
X
Linux
When video is closed mid way and then
restarted, it exhibits tearing on US15W.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
30
201365
X
Windows
CE
Screen flickering occurs when executing the
donuts.exe 3D application on US15W running
Windows CE 6.0.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
30
201369
X
Windows
XP
US15W will not boot with CH7308 ADD2 card.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
30
201370
X
Windows
XP
Rectangle draw speed drops after running
DirectDraw* on US15 chipsets.
No Fix
31
201383
X
Linux
VC-1 video clips with multiple sequence headers
may halt the system on US15W running Linux.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
31
201384
X
Linux
Using UMC Player, pixel corruption occurs within
first 1 to 5 seconds for VC-1 720p and 1080p HD
video playback on US15W running Linux.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
32
201419
X
Windows
XP
H.264+PDVD8 across two screens in extended
mode with partial clipping causes system lag on
US15W running Windows XP.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
32
201430
X
Linux,
Moblin
Minor jerk during playback of H264 video in
Linux VA.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
32
Fields on GUI screens may not be visible on
Windows XP Embedded.
System unable to wake up from STANDBY S1/S3
state on 915GV/GM965 using Fedora 7 or Fedora
10.
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Table 4.
Errata (Sheet 5 of 7)
ID
Driver
Version
Package
Errata
Status
Page
10.3.1
201431
X
Linux
Unable to play progressive segmented frame
VC-1 videos on US15W running Linux.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
32
201449
X
Linux
All the icons on Gnome desktop may disappear
after startx in 16-bit mode test.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
33
201465
X
Windows
XP
Slow performance in applications when in
rotated mode on US15W.
Plan Fix
33
201478
X
Windows
CE
Screen flickering occurs while launching the 3D
program called “ddex4.exe” on Windows CE.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
33
201479
X
Linux
Running Xtest under Fedora 10 causes two
modules named “acpid” and “rsyslogd” to hang
after Xtest completes on Gen3 and Gen4
chipset-based platforms.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
33
201483
X
Windows
CE
Screen flicker while pausing and then resuming
play during the H.264 movie playback.
No Fix
(Hardware
limitation)
34
201497
X
Windows
CE
US15W performance slow when flip is enabled.
No Fix
(Hardware
limitation)
34
201499
X
Windows
CE
Stretch blit performance is low with Windows CE
compared to XP on US15W.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
34
201508
X
Windows
XP
On Windows XP, 3DMark06 Batch Size Tests
presents black screen on Intel® System
Controller Hub US15W.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
34
201513
X
Linux,
vBIOS,
Windows
CE
Unable to turn on TV out via CH7022
SDTV/HDTV Encoder on GM965.
No Fix
(Hardware
defect)
35
201530
X
Windows
XP
Embedded
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
35
201535
X
Windows
Vista
DirectX 7/8 application freeze after wake up
from ACPI S1, S3 and S4.
No Fix
(Application
defect)
35
201536
X
Linux
In Linux GNOME the title bar is corrupted when
an application window size is oversized and then
set to screen size in partial clipping test.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
35
201544
X
Windows
CE
IRQ conflict with IEGD and ethernet device with
Windows CE on Intel® System Controller Hub
US15W.
No Fix (Not a
defect)
36
201582
X
Windows
XP
Both 3DMarkMobile ES 2.0/1.1 not rendering
properly on US15W and causes segfault.
Plan Fix
36
201589
X
Windows
CE
Both 3DMarkMobile ES 2.0/1.1 not rendering
properly on US15W and causes segfault.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
36
201598
X
Linux
Screen corruption occurs in 1280x1024
resolution using Linux Fedora 10 on Q35.
Plan Fix
37
201603
X
Linux
Black line(s) appear after right-clicking on open
application window when flipping is enabled with
Linux Ubuntu 8.04.1 on US15W.
No Fix
(OS/API
issue)
37
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
The fonts for the prompt menu for IEGD
installation/uninstallation is invisible on US15W
running Windows XP.
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
13
IEGD—Summary Tables of Current Product Issue Activity
Table 4.
Errata (Sheet 6 of 7)
ID
Driver
Version
Package
Errata
Status
Page
10.3.1
201606
X
Windows
CE
Corruption found when running CEPlayer and
playing WMV file on Windows CE 6 with April
2009 patch.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
37
201609
X
Moblin
Clutter “test-fbo” application fails to create an
off screen Frame Buffer Object (FBO) under
Moblin.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
38
38
201618
X
Windows
eXP
MPEG2 and H.264 Video Clips played back using
PowerDVD8 cause blanked screen using
Windows XP Embedded.
Resolved
with new
version of
CyberLink
PowerDVD8
application
and update
file.
201634
X
Windows
XP
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) 3.5
(.net 3.5 SP1) application runs slower under
Windows XP on US15W and with D3D
acceleration on.
Third party
defect/Resol
ved
39
201652
X
Linux
Render Scaling/Centering fails when changing
display modes via the (Ctrl + Alt + +) keystroke
under Fedora 7.
Plan Fix
39
201665
X
Windows
XP
VMR9 render device with IEGD 10.1 for Windows
XP not enabling hardware acceleration for video
decoding and preventing overlaying of text and
buttons over video.
Plan Fix
39
201667
X
Windows
CE
OpenGL ES test application with alpha blending
hangs for several seconds and resumes again
using IEGD 10.1.
No Fix
(OS/API
Issue)
40
201673
X
Moblin
US15W system hangs when running Moblin with
Tegris game above 640x480 resolution.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
40
201800
X
Linux,
Moblin,
Ubuntu
Hardy
8.04.1
Flickering on X when running resolution of
1920x1080 on 50Hz and 60 Hz flat panels on
Intel® System Controller Hub US15W.
Plan Fix in
upcoming
IEGD 10.3.x
Hotfix
40
201805
X
Windows
XP
3DMarkMobile ES 2.0 missing extension
“wglSwapIntervalEXT” under Windows XP on
US15W.
No Fix
40
201834
X
Windows
XP
On Windows XP - Java RIA demo application
(Snowman) intermittently hangs or crashes on
Intel® System Controller Hub US15W.
Plan Fix
41
201861
X
Windows
XP
Not able to install IEGD driver after PCI driver
for PCI-E graphics card installed on Intel Atom™
Processor 400 and 500 Series-based platform.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
41
201891
X
Windows
Vista
ACPI will not wake up from S1 and S3 Modes on
Intel Atom 400 and 500 series with GMA 3150
Graphics Media Accelerator.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
41
201917
X
VBIOS
IEGD VBIOS booting slowly on customer system
with LVDS as compared with GMA VBIOS on
Intel® System Controller Hub US15W.
Plan Fix
41
202012
X
Windows
XP
On Windows XP screen flashes with IBASE I888
system when resolution is above 1366x768 on
Intel® System Controller Hub US15W.
Plan Fix
42
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
14
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Summary Tables of Current Product Issue Activity—IEGD
Table 4.
Errata (Sheet 7 of 7)
Driver
Version
Package
Errata
Status
Page
X
VBIOS,
Windows
XP
Forced blue screen distorts text at the top of the
screen after Windows system performs the crash
dump using Intel® 945GM.
Fixed with
IEGD 10.1.3
Hotfix
42
202112
X
Windows
XP
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) content
experiences slow performance (example: cube
animation) on platforms based on US15W
Windows XP and XP Embedded and based on
Intel® System Controller Hub US15W.
Resolved
with IEGD
version
10.3.1.
42
202117
X
Windows
XP
Screen corrupted after performed flip
combination with IEGD.
Plan Fix
42
202094
X
Moblin
Screen turns green between video clip transition
on Intel® System Controller Hub US15W/WP.
Plan Fix
43
202096
X
Moblin
Overlay test application failing with VAAPI Video
Acceleration on Intel® System Controller Hub
US15W.
Plan Fix
43
2195903
X
Windows
XP
The system may hang after turning on the IEGD
as secondary display when primary video device
is set to External PCI on Intel 915GV.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
43
2329044
X
Other
Backlight timed events are incorrectly timed
(delayed) if the VBIOS I/O cycle is not 1ms.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
43
2441156
X
Windows
CE
Incorrect resolution on DVI display when
640x480 resolution is set and in Clone and Twin
configuration in Windows CE.
No Fix
(Hardware
defect)
44
2483055
X
Windows
XP
Possible Display Corruption on National Semi
2501 when it is configured as secondary display
on 640x 480 mode.
No Fix
(Third-party
defect)
44
2549997
X
Linux
Internal TV screen may black out or flicker after
several rapid changes of the Standard Definition
TV format.
No Fix
(Hardware
limitation)
44
2593149
X
Windows
eXP
On Windows XPe, EGDGUI information not
formatted properly in Display Properties Tab on
Intel 945GME.
No Fix
(Working as
expected)
44
3364329
X
Windows
CE
PPLANE windows corrupted once system based
on Intel® Atom™ Processor 400 and 500 Series
(GMA3150 core) wakes up from either S3 or S4.
No Fix (Not a
defect)
45
ID
10.3.1
202064
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
15
IEGD—Errata
Errata
1.
Pixel corruption on XP when the video is partially clipped in extended
direction in 8-bit mode.
Reference #: 200156
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
WEPOS, Windows XP
Resolution:
On XP, when the overlay is in 8-bit color desktop (primary and secondary) at the
crossover on these two displays the operating system handles the overlay rendering.
The color pixel in the overlay looks like those on the desktop (it's in the same color
format). This phenomenon is also found on third-party graphics boards so this appears
to be an OS issue that cannot be fixed in the driver.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
2.
Display flashes when booting up IEGD on Intel® System Controller
Hub US15W on VBIOS.
Reference #: 200312
Driver:
VBIOS
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
VBIOS
Resolution:
The VBIOS for US15W may not be correctly blanking the video during a mode set. The
default values for T1- T5 may be too short to mask the normal disruptions on the
display during the mode sets. The flashes are normal, should not cause any problems
and may be ignored. Alternatively, if you specify T1 - T5 values appropriate for your
LVDS panel then the backlight will turn off and mask the disruptions. IEGD is evaluating
a change to the default handling for a future release.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
3.
Microsoft Verifier incorrectly identifies errors in the IEGD drivers. A
blue screen is displayed when running Direct3D with power
management in clone mode.
Reference #: 200314
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
Execute the following steps on the systems to correct the problem:
1) Type “verifier” at the DOS command prompt.
2) Select the option “delete existing settings”.
3) Reboot the system.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
16
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
4.
Overlay flickers on primary video display on D1 step and earlier
US15W.
Reference #: 200369
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
This specific issue occurs on an older silicon stepping (D1). If you are using D1 silicon
the only option is using the blend function for video display instead of the overlay. Set
it via the following configuration in xorg.conf:
Set XVideo option to “False”
Set XVideoBlend option to “True”
Status:
No Fix (Hardware defect)
5.
System slow when remotely accessing a GIF file on 910GML and
Windows CE.
Reference #: 200462
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows CE
Resolution:
Symptoms included high CPU usage and sluggishness when accessing GIF files
remotely. The Remote Desktop Application appears to cause this sluggishness, not the
IEGD driver as the slow response is seen using the default Windows CE VGA driver as
well. Please contact Microsoft for more details.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
6.
Direct Rendering 3D not working when run on Ubuntu 8.0.4, Fedora 7
kernel 2.6.24.4 on 945GME.
Reference #: 200531
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
Ubuntu 8.04 for Mid on US15W is currently the only officially supported Ubuntu version.
Use of Ubuntu on other chipsets should work; however, it is not officially supported by
Intel. The IEGD Kernel Module (IKM) is designed to recognize the specific kernel
supported by the driver in Ubuntu for Mid. The IKM would need to be modified to
recognize the kernel in the generally available Ubuntu, which it currently does not.
Fedora 7 using 2.6.24 also can be made to work with a slight “tweak” to the IKM scripts
to include the proper header from the F7 kernel. Details are available upon request.
Status:
Plan Fix
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
17
IEGD—Errata
7.
IEGD VBIOS terminate and stay resident (TSR) program hangs and
freezes the system on Q45.
Reference #: 200555
Driver:
Video BIOS
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
VBIOS
Resolution:
This issue is due to non-support for INT 15h 5F calls in the system BIOS. It can be
bypassed by turning 5F functions OFF in the CED “vBIOS and EFI configuration” page.
Turn all 5 functions OFF. The TSR will succeed.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
8.
MPEG-2 video is blank when running on DVI using software decode on
Windows Media Player*.
Reference #: 200617
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
It appears that Microsoft Windows* Media Player 11 will NOT play back MPEG-2 content
if DXVA acceleration is disabled. This appears to be a Microsoft code limitation. Please
contact Microsoft for details. This cannot be fixed by the video driver.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
9.
MPEG-2 video may be blank when running on DVI in extended mode
using hardware decode in Windows Media Player* 11.
Reference #: 200618
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
It appears that Windows Media Player 11 will NOT play back MPEG-2 content if DXVA
acceleration is enabled and on DVI in extended mode. This appears to be a Microsoft
code limitation. Please contact Microsoft for details. This cannot be fixed by the video
driver.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
10.
VC1 Video cannot be played on LVDS in extended mode using
Windows Media Player* and software decode.
Reference #: 200624
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
It appears that Windows Media Player 10/11 will NOT play back VC-1 content to an
LVDS display in extended mode. This appears to be a Microsoft code limitation. Please
contact Microsoft for details. This cannot be fixed by the video driver.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
18
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
11.
Changing display resolutions while playing video in Windows* Media
Player causes video hang/blank and system hang.
Reference #: 200641
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
In Windows Media Player, you should not change screen resolutions while playing a
hardware accelerated video or corruption and/or hangs may occur. This appears to be a
programming limitation in the Microsoft code. Please contact Microsoft for more details.
This cannot be fixed by the video driver.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
12.
ACPI S3/S4 can fail in some cases in Vista* with IEGD.
Reference #: 200645
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows Vista
Resolution:
This appears to be a BIOS/firmware issue. Make sure you are using the latest
embedded controller firmware, and check with your BIOS vendor if you see S4 failures.
This cannot be resolved by the video BIOS or driver.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
13.
Windows Media Player* 10 may cause failure to play MPEG2, H.264,
and VC1 video in PowerDVD8 player.
Reference #: 200672
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
Install Windows Media Player 11 and PowerDVD will play again. This is unlikely to be an
IEGD driver issue but may just be a software interaction issue between Windows Media
Player* 10 and PowerDVD.
Step taken:
1) Reinstall PDVD.
2) Open PDVD8 and verify that you can play SD video, but you cannot play HD H.264
video.
3) Open Windows Media Player and close it. (If necessary, toggle DXVA option.)
4) Open PDVD8 and verify that you can play SD file, HD H.264 and HD VC1 files.
NOTE: All files are played with software decode. Hardware decode is disabled when
video is playing on PDVD8. (Verified by setting breaking with WinDbg.)
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
19
IEGD—Errata
14.
Running video using full video acceleration in rotation causes video
hang and blank when flipping horizontally.
Reference #: 200679
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
Do not use rotation and flipping during video playback as the system is not able to
operate reliably in this case.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
15.
Display ID data (EDID) may be interpreted incorrectly on Q45 when
CH7307 is used.
Reference #: 200681
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux, Windows XP
Resolution:
This issue seems to occur only when a special EDID test fixture is used in validation
testing. Monitors seem to read properly, however it is possible some monitors may
experience this same issue. This appears to be entirely a hardware issue that cannot be
corrected in the graphics driver.
Status:
No Fix (Hardware defect)
16.
In certain situations setting the EDID option to use edid (1) may fail
to use the EDIDAvail setting.
Reference #: 200697
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
Sighting appears on Linux with US15. The EDIDAvailable option may be ignored when
EDID reads are enabled. The driver may only be using the EDIDNotAvailable option in
this case. Fix to be determined in a future release.
Status:
Plan Fix
17.
Screen rotation in Microsoft Vista* may cause distortion if Side Bar /
Gadgets are used.
Reference #: 200707
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows Vista
Resolution:
This is a Vista limitation for XPDM display drivers that cannot be resolved by the IEGD
driver. Workaround: Do not use rotation if you use the Side Bar / Gadgets or turn them
off if rotation is used. This will not be fixed.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
20
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
18.
Tearing seen when playing movie with XVBlend on Intel® System
Controller Hub US15W.
Reference #: 200770
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
A feature request has been entered for this issue. Any customer affected by this
problem is advised to use XV (normal) which does not experience movie tearing. An
alternate resolution is to use X11 which does not experience movie tearing if shadow
framebuffering is utilized.
Status:
No Fix (Hardware limitation)
19.
xegl demo es1_msaa failed to run on X-Server 1.3.
Reference #: 200806
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
To run xegl demo es1_msaa user will need to use X-Server 1.5 as X-Server 1.3 does
not support this.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
20.
Icons appear in wrong bit depth on secondary display if primary
display is lower BPP.
Reference #: 200819
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows Vista
Resolution:
This is a normal behavior of Windows as the icons are copied from the primary display
(at 16BPP) to the secondary display (at 32BPP) so the shared icons appear at a bit
depth that mirrors the primary display. This issue will not be fixed. Contact Microsoft for
any possible corrections.
Status:
No Fix (OS/AI issue)
21.
3DMarkMobile ES 2.0 is not rendering correctly and will segfault on
US15W.
Reference #: 200820
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
The version of 3DMarkMobile ES 2.0 supported by the current IEGD driver appears to
be a release candidate and not an official release. In our investigations we have not
been able to find any errors within the driver code. At this time we are attempting to
verify on the latest release version. For the time being this appears to be a FutureMark
defect. Please contact FutureMark for more details.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect).
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
21
IEGD—Errata
22.
Running 3D application on Microsoft Vista* may cause the side bar on
desktop to flicker.
Reference #: 200824
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows Vista
Resolution:
This is a Vista limitation for XPDM display drivers that cannot be resolved by the IEGD
driver. Workaround: Do not use rotation if you use the Side Bar / Gadgets or turn them
off if rotation is used. This will not be fixed. Please contact Microsoft for details.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
23.
PDVD8 screen blank playing H.264 and VC1 video with rotated display.
Reference #: 200832
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
This seems to be a program limitation of CyberLink PowerDVD 8. Use PDVD7.3 if you
need to rotate the screen. Contact CyberLink for details. This cannot be corrected by
the video driver.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
24.
PDVD8 exits when playing H.264 video with the display flipped.
Reference #: 200850
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
CyberLink PowerDVD 8 will exit if you attempt to play an H.264 video with the display
in a flipped mode. This appears to be a limitation of the PDVD 8 programming. Please
contact CyberLink for details. This cannot be corrected by the video driver.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
25.
Translucent Display Properties box on the LVDS port may flash when
moved.
Reference #: 200876
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
This issue occurs on all video devices tested including third-party add-in cards. This
cannot be fixed in the IEGD driver.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
22
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
26.
System will either restart or crash/halt after wake up from SUSPEND
S3 state.
Reference #: 200898
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux, Moblin
Resolution:
None.
Status:
Plan Fix in upcoming 10.3.x Hot fix release
27.
Rotation and flipping after running video may cause display corruption
and system hang on an Intel® System Controller Hub US15W running
Microsoft Vista*.
Reference #: 200901
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows Vista
Resolution:
When you install the IEGD driver, set the option in the configuration to disable rotation
and flipping.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
28.
Google Earth* may have visual corruption on US15W.
Reference #: 200942
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
Setting graphics aperture to 256 may resolve the issue. Also, it has been noticed and
validated that Google Earth 5.0 does not exhibit this issue (whereas Google Earth 4.3
does) and as such we believe this is a third-party issue related to Google Earth and was
fixed in their latest GE 5.0 release.
Status:
Plan Fix
29.
MPEG2 video fails to run on PDVD8 in LVDS (extend) and DVI using
software decode.
Reference #: 200946
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
CyberLink PowerDVD 8 will not play MPEG2 video with software decoder (hardware
decode DXVA disabled). This appears to be a programming limitation in the CyberLink
code. Using hardware decode does not appear to cause a problem. Contact CyberLink
for details. This cannot be corrected by the video driver.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
23
IEGD—Errata
30.
Resizing MPEG2 video in PDVD8 using hardware video decode in LVDS
(extend) and DVI causes the player to exit.
Reference #: 200947
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
Resizing the player windows in CyberLink PowerDVD 8 when playing an MPEG2 using
DXVA hardware video decode acceleration will cause the player to exit. It is
recommended to not resize the player window while it is playing. This appears to be a
CyberLink code limitation so please contact them for details. This cannot be corrected
by the video driver.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
31.
Overlay is not working when playing video in PDVD8 spanning two
displays in extended mode.
Reference #: 200948
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
CyberLink PowerDVD 8 will cease to display overlay video if the window is moved to
span across two displays that are in extended mode. If the video is fully contained on
one screen or the other screen it displays properly. This is a programming limitation in
the PDVD 8 application code. Please contact CyberLink for details. This cannot be
corrected by the video driver.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
32.
H.264 video fails to run on PDVD8 in LVDS (extend) and DVI using
hardware decode.
Reference #: 200954
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
CyberLink PowerDVD 8 will not play H.264 video with hardware decode DXVA when
running in Extended configuration. This is a programming limitation in the CyberLink
code. Contact CyberLink for details. This cannot be corrected by the video driver.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
33.
ATI PCIe card may fail to work with IEGD VBIOS on an Intel® System
Controller Hub US15W.
Reference #: 200974
Driver:
Video BIOS
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
VBIOS, Windows XP
Resolution:
There appears to be an issue with some BIOS with add-in PCIe video cards in the first
PCIe slot. The vBIOS and driver cannot correct this issue. Please contact your BIOS
provider.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
24
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
34.
Pixel Shaders version 2.0 on US15W may cause test failures.
Reference #: 200981
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
WEPOS, Windows eXP, Windows XP
Resolution:
Very large pixel shader programs may take a long time to optimize for the US15W
hardware. The amount of time to optimize the shader may exceed the watchdog timer
Windows has set for the driver which can cause a blue screen or test failures. This is
very rare and it is difficult to determine the cause.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
35.
GHOST.exe fails on US15W with Machine Check Error.
Reference #: 200989
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
VBIOS
Resolution:
On US15W with older versions of GHOST customers were reporting seeing a machine
check error. After investigating, this appears to be an application issue. While testing
an older version of GHOST the reported error appears. After upgrading to the latest
GHOST 5.0 the application runs as expected. If you encounter this issue please
upgrade to the latest release.
Status:
No Fix (Application defect)
36.
ACPI S3/S4 fails to work with screen saver on US15W.
Reference #: 201008
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
WEPOS, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Resolution:
When setting up the system to go to S3 (stand by), or S4 (hibernation) make sure to
have the display power off BEFORE going into standby or hibernate. The issue is that
some screen savers exceed the CPU utilization threshold (must be <10%) to allow
standby or hibernate. Use the following guidelines:
1. Screen saver starts at M minutes
2. Power off display at N minutes (N > M))
3. Standby(s3)/hibernation(s4) at K minutes (K > N)
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
25
IEGD—Errata
37.
3DMarkMobile ES 1.1 not rendering correctly on US15W.
Reference #: 201041
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
The version of 3DMarkMobile ES 1.1 supported by the current IEGD driver appears to
be a release candidate and not an official release. In our investigations we have not
been able to find any errors within the driver code. At this time we are attempting to
verify on the latest release version. For the time being this appears to be a FutureMark
defect. Please contact FutureMark for more details.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
38.
Microsoft Vista fails to boot or install fully on 915GV and 945G using
IEGD VBIOS.
Reference #: 201046
Driver:
Video BIOS
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows Vista
Resolution:
Vista includes WDDM drivers for 915GV and 945G that assume the VBIOS is an Intel
GMA VBIOS. IEGD VBIOS does not support configuring the GMA driver thus the GMA
driver attempts to use an invalid configuration. At the point during install or boot into
Vista where you get a black screen, use the following procedure:
1) Reboot the system (power off and back on)
2) Boot to Windows safe mode (Use the F8 key just before boot and from the boot
menu select either “safe mode” or “VGA mode”)
3) Uninstall the existing GMA WDDM driver
4) Install IEGD XDDM driver (follow the standard Windows install procedure)
5) Restart the system and use the IEGD driver.
Please contact Microsoft for details.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
39.
Rendered scaling - corrupted line on video/window when window is
on top of video.
Reference #: 201056
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
This issue is a by-product of using bilinear filtering in render scaled (software scaling)
mode. A change to eliminate the line would cause a performance issue causing video
playback to be non-functional. To eliminate the line do not render scale or disable
bilinear filtering. This issue will not be resolved.
Status:
No Fix (Hardware limitation)
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
26
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
40.
After resuming from S4 the background is not drawn correctly.
Reference #: 201071
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
This is a known operating system issue and the workaround is to right-click on the
desktop, click Refresh and then the desktop reappears. Microsoft has a Knowledge
Base article regarding this KB #887238. (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/887238)
This will not be fixed in the driver.
Status:
No Fix (OS issue)
41.
CE Player cannot play MPEG1 on all platforms.
Reference #: 201163
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows CE
Resolution:
This issue is a third-party application defect in the Microsoft MPEG-1 codec.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
42.
Some videos may hang when running on Ubuntu and US15W.
Reference #: 201168
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
This issue was reported to crash on a specific video file. Upon closer examination it
seems that the apparent crash was due to the way the file was edited in order to send
it in for examination. The full original clip has been tested and it functions properly. This
is a third-party issue.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
43.
Video corruption and green lines issue on Rendered Scaling.
Reference #: 201200
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
When render scaling is enabled and blending is used to copy source to destination an
extra green line is visible when window manager refreshes the area around the overlay.
The video image is on overlay and framebuffer is filled with a colorkey. Blending is done
together with the colorkey (not the video image) around the area up to 4 pixels. This
issue cannot be resolved because the driver cannot determine the area filled with
colorkey for overlay. This issue will not be fixed.
Status:
No Fix
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
27
IEGD—Errata
44.
Fields on GUI screens may not be visible on Windows XP Embedded.
Reference #: 201235
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP Embedded
Resolution:
For Windows XP Embedded, some of the fields on some of the GUI screens appear to be
hidden. To fix this, copy the font MS Sans Serif(8) (sserife.fon) into the fonts folder in
Control Panel. Then reboot the system. Everything thereafter should function as
expected.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API Issue)
45.
Secondary overlay causes a grey box in DIH and panned Clone
configuration on Q45 and GM45.
Reference #: 201236
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
Anomaly occurs with systems based on the Q45 and GM45, are in DIH display mode,
Startx has been executed, and playback of video files on each display is occurring
concurrently. Dragging the video on the secondary display to the bottom of the screen
or other locations causes grey box.
Status:
No Fix (Hardware limitation)
46.
Overlay corrupted green box in clone configuration persists even
when switching to single mode on Q45 and GM45.
Reference #: 201270
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
When the corruption occurs in clone display configuration, the hardware registers are
set. Switching back to single display configuration does not reset the registers and the
corruption remains. The only way to reset the registers is to reboot the system. This
will not be corrected.
Status:
No Fix (Hardware defect)
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
28
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
47.
Playing video with audio enabled on US15W may trigger CyberLink
PowerDVD 8.0 player to use software decode.
Reference #: 201297
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
WEPOS, Windows XP, Windows eXP
Resolution:
With PowerDVD 8.0 player, DVD playback switches to software decode and does not
make use of hardware acceleration for MPEG-2 provided by IEGD. PowerDVD 8.0 player
also switches to software decode if you try to play back HD (720p/1080p) H.264 files
with audio enabled. PowerDVD 8.0 is capable of making use of hardware acceleration
for H.264 video when audio is not enabled.
The IEGD driver fully supports the DXVA H.264 entrypoint and CyberLink's codecs fully
support DXVA H.264 decode and work fine with IEGD. The issue lies with PowerDVD 8.0
player and is an intended behavior by CyberLink and not a bug.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
48.
Partial clipping on primary display becomes black and flickers on
GM45 and Q45 chipsets.
Reference #: 201304
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
On GM45 and Q45 family of chipsets, when playing a video and resizing the window
and moving it back and forth between the primary display and an extended display, you
may experience flickering and black areas on the screen. Workaround: Do not resize or
move the video window during playback. Only move the video window when playback
has stopped or has not yet started.
Status:
No Fix
49.
System unable to wake up from STANDBY S1/S3 state on
915GV/GM965 using Fedora 7 or Fedora 10.
Reference #: 201307
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
None. This issue was reproduced on several platforms. All platforms can transition into
S1/S3 states. No platform successfully exited S3. All platforms either hang at a post
code or eventually reset. No platforms ever re-entered into the OS Kernel or into the
driver code again. Furthermore this was reproduced with external graphics cards with
no IEGD presence. This appears to be an OS issue and will not be resolved.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
29
IEGD—Errata
50.
Video playback of advanced profile interlaced VC1 clips displays
corruption due to Microsoft codec reporting incorrect inter-frame CBP
on US15W/WP.
Reference #: 201331
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
This is an MS codec issue. Please contact Microsoft for more details.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
51.
When video is closed mid way and then restarted, it exhibits tearing
on US15W.
Reference #: 201360
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
This is third-party application/codec defect. The workaround involves either making
sure that a video using overlay is run until the end or in case of accidental closure of
the running video simply restart X-Server (Ctrl + Alt + Backspace) to bring everything
back to normal.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
52.
Screen flickering occurs when executing the donuts.exe 3D
application on US15W running Windows CE 6.0.
Reference #: 201365
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows CE
Resolution:
None. This has been determined to be an application defect and will not be fixed.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
53.
US15W will not boot with CH7308 ADD2 card.
Reference #: 201369
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
It appears that the CH7308 ADD2 card draws more power than the Intel Crown Beach
CRB can handle and thus the board will not boot with the card attached. It is a Chrontel
defect. Contact Chrontel for a hardware-based solution and recommendations.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
30
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
54.
Rectangle draw speed drops after running DirectDraw* on US15
chipsets.
Reference #: 201370
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
This is a known issue with current IEGD interrupt mechanism on US15 chipsets with
DirectDraw flip sync. A full fix is being determined. The current workaround for this
issue is to add the Polling=1 into driver registry:
1) Use Regedit (or regedit32)
2) Determine the active IEGD registry entry (see the document IEGD_Registry.pdf
available in the downloads section).
3) Seek to the active video entry.
4) Open the active video registry entry 0000/All/1/General
5) Add this new entry:
Name = Polling
Type = REG_DWORD
Data = 1
6) Reboot.
With interrupts disabled, 2D and 3D throughput may decrease, CPU utilization may be
higher, and video decode performance/quality may degrade in some cases.
Status:
No Fix
55.
VC-1 video clips with multiple sequence headers may halt the system
on US15W running Linux.
Reference #: 201383
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
This is a codec issue. All failed clips have multiple sequence headers. While running
simple/main profiles the codec does not update the profile or other header information
based on the next sequence header. The Linux codec appears to work correctly when
there is only one single sequence header with a single profile. Please contact your
codec provider for more details.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
31
IEGD—Errata
56.
Using UMC Player, pixel corruption occurs within first 1 to 5 seconds
for VC-1 720p and 1080p HD video playback on US15W running Linux.
Reference #: 201384
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
This issue is reproducible only on the UMC player, which is not supported by IEGD.
When running IEGD drivers, supported video players do not exhibit this anomaly. The
UMC player has a built-in codec. As this cannot be reproduced by supported media
players, this issue is a third-party defect. Please contact UMC player developer for a
possible fix.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
57.
H.264+PDVD8 across two screens in extended mode with partial
clipping causes system lag on US15W running Windows XP.
Reference #: 201419
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
Windows will NOT properly play back H.264 content if DXVA acceleration is enabled, the
video output is DVI, and the configuration is extended mode. This appears to be a
Microsoft code limitation. Please contact Microsoft for details. This cannot be fixed by
the video driver.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
58.
Minor jerk during playback of H264 video in Linux VA.
Reference #: 201430
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux, Moblin
Resolution:
Invoke vaSyncSurface backend (iegd_sync_surface) within iegd_begin_picture.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
59.
Unable to play progressive segmented frame VC-1 videos on US15W
running Linux.
Reference #: 201431
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
This is a third-party defect. The codec does not parse/support the Progressive
Segmented Frame (PSF) header field. In our testing it was clear that both splay and
MPlayer failed to play PSF clips properly. Please contact your codec provider for more
details.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
32
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
60.
All the icons on Gnome desktop may disappear after startx in 16-bit
mode test.
Reference #: 201449
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
This issue is a third-party defect and can be reproduced on several other graphics
drivers when running in 16-bit mode. Please check with your Linux distribution
provider.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
61.
Slow performance in applications when in rotated mode on US15W.
Reference #: 201465
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
None. This is an OS/API limitation due to the way rotation is handled in XP. Please
contact Microsoft for more details.
Status:
Plan Fix
62.
Screen flickering occurs while launching the 3D program called
“ddex4.exe” on Windows CE.
Reference #: 201478
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows CE
Resolution:
This has been determined to be an application defect due to the way the application
handles flipping. This will not be fixed.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
63.
Running Xtest under Fedora 10 causes two modules named “acpid”
and “rsyslogd” to hang after Xtest completes on Gen3 and Gen4
chipset-based platforms.
Reference #: 201479
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
A defect exists in one of the modules in Linux Fedora 10 that prevents X-Server to start
when an attempt is made to run StartX. Workaround is to restart the PC to continue
StartX.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
33
IEGD—Errata
64.
Screen flicker while pausing and then resuming play during the H.264
movie playback.
Reference #: 201483
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows CE
Resolution:
The flickering is caused by a hardware limitation. With high resolution (> 1024x768),
this issue happens with overlay enabled and while executing 2D blit. One workaround is
to set the screen to lower resolution.
Status:
No Fix (Hardware limitation)
65.
US15W performance slow when flip is enabled.
Reference #: 201497
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows CE
Resolution:
This is a hardware limitation. The driver uses blend calls when rotating and the
hardware deals with them in a slow manner.
Status:
No Fix (Hardware limitation)
66.
Stretch blit performance is low with Windows CE compared to XP on
US15W.
Reference #: 201499
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows CE
Resolution:
This issue occurs with a specific application. During debugging it was discovered that
the application was not really requesting a stretch but was requesting a sys->vid blit
and those are handled by the OS. XP does a better job compared to Windows CE in this
particular scenario. This was determined to be an application issue.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
67.
On Windows XP, 3DMark06 Batch Size Tests presents black screen on
Intel® System Controller Hub US15W.
Reference #: 201508
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
Due to lack of support for this functionality the current symptom is an expected
behavior.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
34
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
68.
Unable to turn on TV out via CH7022 SDTV/HDTV Encoder on GM965.
Reference #: 201513
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux, vBIOS, Windows CE
Resolution:
This issue occurs only with CH7022 SDVO compatible SDTV/HDTV Encoder driven by
the GM965. On other platforms CH7022 works as expected. CH7022 with GM965 and
the GMA driver exhibits the same issue. This issue is resolved as a hardware defect
because it can be reproduced only in this configuration and occurs on other drivers as
well as all other operating systems. Please contact Chrontel for a hardware-based
solution and recommendations.
Status:
No Fix (Hardware defect)
69.
The fonts for the prompt menu for IEGD installation/uninstallation is
invisible on US15W running Windows XP.
Reference #: 201530
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP Embedded
Resolution:
This issue occurs even without the IEGD driver installed; thus it is believed to be an
OS/API issue. Please contact Microsoft for more details.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
70.
DirectX 7/8 application freeze after wake up from ACPI S1, S3 and S4.
Reference #: 201535
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows Vista
Resolution:
The same scenario is observed on the GMA driver as well. This issue relies on the
application to properly use context destruction and creation. In this case it is not
happening properly and it is believed to be an application defect. Please contact
Microsoft for more details.
Status:
No Fix (Application defect)
71.
In Linux GNOME the title bar is corrupted when an application window
size is oversized and then set to screen size in partial clipping test.
Reference #: 201536
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
This is believed to be a GNOME defect. In testing KDE does not exhibit this issue. The
VESA driver NVIDIA driver and Intel open source driver all exhibit this same problem. A
possible workaround would be to use KDE instead of GNOME.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
35
IEGD—Errata
72.
IRQ conflict with IEGD and ethernet device with Windows CE on Intel®
System Controller Hub US15W.
Reference #: 201544
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows CE
Resolution:
If you disable the Network Controller or use “KITL-Mode” (polling -> no IRQ) with
Windows CE Platform Builder everything works. The problem also did not occur when
the following registry keys (which were new in IEGD 10.1) are not used:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltIn\PCI\Template\IEGD]
“Dll”=”isr_iegd.dll”
“Class”=dword:03
“SubClass”=dword:00
“ProgIF”=dword:00
“VendorID”=multi_sz:”8086”
“DeviceID”=multi_sz:”8108”
; US15 is the only chipset supporting interrupts
“Prefix”=”IGD”
“IsrDll”=”isr_iegd.dll”
“IsrHandler”=”isr_handler”
Status:
No Fix (Not a defect)
73.
3DMarkMobile ES 2.0 may not render properly on US15W and causes
segfault.
Reference #: 201582
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
The version of 3DMarkMobile ES 2.0 supported by the current IEGD driver appears to
be a release candidate and not an official release. Internal investigations have shown
an inability to find any errors within the driver code. At this time we are attempting to
verify 3DMarkMobile ES 2.0 on the latest release version of IEGD. This appears to be a
Futuremark defect. Please contact Futuremark for more details.
Status:
Plan Fix
74.
Both 3DMarkMobile ES 2.0/1.1 not rendering properly on US15W and
causes segfault.
Reference #: 201589
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows CE
Resolution:
Add this registry to drop the process priority of the Windows CE video renderer
[HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\DirectShow\ThreadPriority\AsyncVideoRend
erer]=dword:FA (250, normal is 251). After the thread priority of the video renderer
is decreased it will set the color key value correctly.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
36
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
75.
Screen corruption occurs in 1280x1024 resolution using Linux Fedora
10 on Q35.
Reference #: 201598
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
Change the active resolution from 1280x1024 to another resolution or use Fedora 7
with 1280x1024 active resolution.
Status:
Plan Fix
76.
Black line(s) appear after right-clicking on open application window
when flipping is enabled with Linux Ubuntu 8.04.1 on US15W.
Reference #: 201603
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
For Linux Ubuntu 8.04.1 on US15W, refrain from using flipping or use a different
supported Linux release (Moblin 2.1 Fedora 7 or Fedora 10).
Status:
No Fix (OS/API issue)
77.
Corruption found when running CEPlayer and playing WMV file on
Windows CE 6 with April 2009 patch.
Reference #: 201606
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows CE
Resolution:
1) Copy the wmvdmod.lib and wmvdmod.pdb files from:
C:\WINCE600\Updates\Backup\090430_2009M04\PUBLIC\DIRECTX\OAK\LIB\X86\DEBUG
and
C:\WINCE600\Updates\Backup\090430_2009M04\PUBLIC\DIRECTX\OAK\LIB\X86\RETAIL
to
C:\WINCE600\PUBLIC\DIRECTX\OAK\LIB\X86\DEBUG
and
C:\WINCE600\PUBLIC\DIRECTX\OAK\LIB\X86\RETAIL
2) Perform a clean sysgen.
Intel recommends that you back up the two new files after installing the patch.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
37
IEGD—Errata
78.
Clutter “test-fbo” application fails to create an off screen Frame Buffer
Object (FBO) under Moblin.
Reference #: 201609
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Moblin
Resolution:
This is not a driver defect. Older tarball versions from the clutter website exhibited this
Frame Buffer Object (FBO) failure. This defect arises from incorrect logic in Clutter's
tracking of visible/realized actors. Upon analysis it was determined that there were no
calls to the driver being made during the time of failure.
Workaround: Upgrade the version of clutter used. If the issue persists please contact
the clutter project via http://clutter-project.org/
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
79.
MPEG2 and H.264 Video Clips played back using PowerDVD8 cause
blanked screen using Windows XP Embedded.
Reference #: 201618
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows eXP
Resolution:
Third-party defect: Fixed with CyberLink PowerDVD8 player patch
Refer to this Cyberlink FAQ:
http://docs.cyberlink.com/multi/support/answerbox_productfaq.jsp?FID=6707&nProdI
d=1&nProdVerId=214
Please update your PowerDVD to the latest version and download the latest PowerDVD
update file listed on the aforementioned web page.
If you still receive the same error code when you try to play back .trp video files
please contact CyberLink Customer Support directly. Make sure to provide the exact
error message you received.
Status:
Resolved with new version of CyberLink PowerDVD8 application and update file.
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
38
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
80.
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) 3.5 (.net 3.5 SP1)
application runs slower under Windows XP on US15W and with D3D
acceleration on.
Reference #: 201634
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
This issue occurs due to how Microsoft chooses to handle WPF API calls.
Due to this handling of WPF within the 10.3.1 IEGD release, we have enabled all WPF
applications to run via software acceleration by default.
This workaround will enable all WPF applications (only WPF) to use software
acceleration instead of hardware acceleration, possibly enabling smoother/better
performance. It should be noted that this is a workaround and NOT a resolution, as it
mainly occurs due to how WPF handles the individual API calls. With this workaround,
for some applications you may get more optimal performance utilizing hardware
acceleration and others may perform better with software acceleration. Please try your
application with this workaround and without it to see which mode works best for your
specific application.
In IEGD 10.3.1 a new setting called "Disable WPF Hardware Acceleration: Yes (default)
/ No" can be found in CED regarding this WPF functionality.
Status:
Third party defect/Resolved
81.
Render Scaling/Centering fails when changing display modes via the
(Ctrl + Alt + +) keystroke under Fedora 7.
Reference #: 201652
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
Under investigation. No planned work around at this time.
Status:
Plan Fix
82.
VMR9 render device with IEGD 10.1 for Windows XP not enabling
hardware acceleration for video decoding and preventing overlaying
of text and buttons over video.
Reference #: 201665
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
Use VMR7 instead of VMR9. VMR7 can be used with IEGD FB_Blend functionality in
order to overlay text/buttons over a video. For more information please check
information found in the IEGD User’s Guide or contact your field representative for
more details.
Status:
Plan Fix
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
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Specification Update
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IEGD—Errata
83.
OpenGL ES test application with alpha blending hangs for several
seconds and resumes again using IEGD 10.1.
Reference #: 201667
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows CE
Resolution:
This is not a driver issue. This issue only occurs when the Windows Ce OGL application
uses the SetTimer() function. This is a known OS issue where Windows CE kernel for
interrupt handler does not handle the thread properly when the timer is finished. In
order to have SetTimer functioning properly in OGL application the thread running this
function must be set with highest priority.
Status:
No Fix (OS/API Issue)
84.
US15W system hangs when running Moblin with Tegris game above
640x480 resolution.
Reference #: 201673
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Moblin
Resolution:
This issue occurs due to the unorthodox way this application measures FPS. It is an
application issue and does not occur with other known applications. As a possible
workaround please use resolutions less than 640x480 with this application.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
85.
Flickering on X when running resolution of 1920x1080 on 50Hz and 60
Hz flat panels on Intel® System Controller Hub US15W.
Reference #: 201800
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux, Moblin, Ubuntu Hardy 8.04.1
Resolution:
FIFO settings need to be adjusted with a new IEGD driver. Fine tune adjustments to the
Display Arbitration Control, FIFO Watermark and Burst Length Control; other registers
are required. Intel is conducting further investigation into this issue to determine best
register values that eliminate flickering on flat panels at 1920x1080 resolution, 50 Hz
and 60 Hz vertical refresh rate.
Status:
Plan Fix in upcoming IEGD 10.3.x Hotfix
86.
3DMarkMobile ES 2.0 missing extension “wglSwapIntervalEXT” under
Windows XP on US15W.
Reference #: 201805
Driver:
3D Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
None.
Status:
No Fix
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
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March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
87.
On Windows XP - Java RIA demo application (Snowman)
intermittently hangs or crashes on Intel® System Controller Hub
US15W.
Reference #: 201834
Driver:
2D, 3D Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
This issue is still under investigation but based on initial inspection it appears that Java
crashes because it is committing an access violation randomly at different locations.
More data will be provided upon deeper analysis of this issue.
Status:
Plan Fix
88.
Not able to install IEGD driver after PCI driver for PCI-E graphics card
installed on Intel Atom™ Processor 400 and 500 Series-based
platform.
Reference #: 201861
Driver:
Installer
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
This is a system BIOS issue. Recommended workaround is to use the “IGD” as primary
display in the system BIOS settings and install IEGD driver first for Atom™ 400 and 500
Series [GPU+CPU] device. With this change we are able to install the IEGD driver first
and graphics driver for the PCI-E card second, allowing correct system functionality.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
89.
ACPI will not wake up from S1 and S3 Modes on Intel Atom 400 and
500 series with GMA 3150 Graphics Media Accelerator.
Reference #: 201891
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows Vista
Resolution:
None.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
90.
IEGD VBIOS booting slowly on customer system with LVDS as
compared with GMA VBIOS on Intel® System Controller Hub US15W.
Reference #: 201917
Driver:
VBIOS
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
VBIOS
Resolution:
None.
Status:
Plan Fix
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
41
IEGD—Errata
91.
On Windows XP screen flashes with IBASE I888 system when
resolution is above 1366x768 on Intel® System Controller Hub
US15W.
Reference #: 202012
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
Run at resolutions 1366x768 or below.
Status:
Plan Fix
92.
Forced blue screen distorts text at the top of the screen after Windows
system performs the crash dump using Intel® 945GM.
Reference #: 202064
Driver:
VBIOS
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
VBIOS, Windows XP
Resolution:
This occurs only if LVDS is enabled in Windows prior to the Blue Screen. Single (LVDS),
Clone and Extended (LVDS+CRT, CRT+LVDS) modes all fail in same manner.
Status:
Fixed with IEGD 10.1.3 Hotfix
93.
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) content experiences slow
performance (example: cube animation) on platforms based on
US15W Windows XP and XP Embedded and based on Intel® System
Controller Hub US15W.
Reference #: 202112
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
A new selection called “Disable WPF Hardware Acceleration: Yes/No” can be found in
IEGD version 10.3.1 CED regarding this WPF functionality. Yes = Disabling WPF
Hardware Acceleration will be the default setting. Please try your application with this
workaround and without it to see which mode works best for your specific application.
Status:
Resolved with IEGD version 10.3.1.
94.
Screen corrupted after performed flip combination with IEGD.
Reference #: 202117
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
None.
Status:
Plan Fix
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
42
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
95.
Screen turns green between video clip transition on Intel® System
Controller Hub US15W/WP.
Reference #: 202094
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Moblin
Resolution:
Do not set MPLAYER_VAAPI_REINIT_ALWAYS (default 0) or set
MPLAYER_VAAPI_REINIT_ALWAYS=0. This will not cause surfaces to be destroyed
during transition between video clips.
Status:
Plan Fix
96.
Overlay test application failing with VAAPI Video Acceleration on
Intel® System Controller Hub US15W.
Reference #: 202096
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Moblin
Resolution:
None.
Status:
Plan Fix
97.
The system may hang after turning on the IEGD as secondary display
when primary video device is set to External PCI on Intel 915GV.
Reference #: 2195903
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
Refer to the PCI config space MMIO allocations to see if the BIOS is incorrectly reallocating the MMIO PCI bus address to the second display device. If so, (such is the
case of this errata), work with board / BIOS vendor for an updated system BIOS.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
98.
Backlight timed events are incorrectly timed (delayed) if the VBIOS
I/O cycle is not 1ms.
Reference #: 2329044
Driver:
VBIOS
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Other
Resolution:
The VBIOS timing method may not be highly accurate on some platforms. This can
affect the T1- T5 timing of LVDS backlight events. If your system is affected, you may
need to adjust your timing values to compensate.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
43
IEGD—Errata
99.
Incorrect resolution on DVI display when 640x480 resolution is set
and in Clone and Twin configuration in Windows CE.
Reference #: 2441156
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows CE
Resolution:
The driver is correctly setting 640x480 resolution and timing. This is likely an issue with
the DVI panel measuring the mode and displaying the wrong mode information. Ignore
the information the monitor is telling you as it is inaccurate.
Status:
No Fix (Hardware defect)
100.
Possible Display Corruption on National Semi 2501 when it is
configured as secondary display on 640x 480 mode.
Reference #: 2483055
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows XP
Resolution:
With some displays that have a maximum resolution of1280x1024 or 1400x1050, when
displaying a low-speed 640x480 resolution, there may be noise/corruption on the
bottom portion of the screen. This is a timing tuning issue for the panel timing. The
NS2501 port driver is hard coded for this timing. You may need to contact National
Semiconductor for a custom driver to resolve this issue.
Status:
No Fix (Third-party defect)
101.
Internal TV screen may black out or flicker after several rapid changes
of the Standard Definition TV format.
Reference #: 2549997
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Linux
Resolution:
Workaround: Allow time for the TV to settle out between format changes. This seems to
be more of an issue with the TV itself rather than the driver and will not be fixed in the
driver.
Status:
No Fix (Hardware limitation)
102.
On Windows XPe, EGDGUI information not formatted properly in
Display Properties Tab on Intel 945GME.
Reference #: 2593149
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows eXP
Resolution:
This issue was resolved as user error. Four fonts (Serife, seriff, sserife & sseriff) were
added and the problem disappeared. As an additional work around user can use the
IEGDGUI.exe file instead of the Display Properties tab.
Status:
No Fix (Working as expected)
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
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March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Errata—IEGD
103.
PPLANE windows corrupted once system based on Intel® Atom™
Processor 400 and 500 Series (GMA3150 core) wakes up from either
S3 or S4.
Reference #: 3364329
Driver:
Graphics
Version:
10.3.1
Package:
Windows CE
Resolution:
Primary recommendation: Customers using an Intel® Atom™ Processor 400 and 500
Series should replace their default system BIOS with IEGD VBIOS 1550 and install
IEGD 10.3.1 Gold release (driver version #1550) normally. They must install IEGD
VBIOS together with the IEGD driver. Pairing the recommended VBIOS #1550 with
IEGD 10.3.1 Gold release will allow Intel® Atom™ Processor 400 and 500 Series-based
systems to wake up from S3 and S4 without any corruption on the screen or desktop.
If the default system BIOS is GMA VBIOS and run together with IEGD driver build 1550
then screen corruption could occur when waking up from either S3 or S4.
The failure ONLY happens when running concurrently an application using PPlane along
with video playback and WinACPI on S3/S4).
:
Secondary recommendation: The problem can be eliminated by avoiding usage of the
following registry keys:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltIn\PCI\Template\IEGD]
"Dll"="isr_iegd.dll"
"Class"=dword:03
"SubClass"=dword:00
"ProgIF"=dword:00
"VendorID"=multi_sz:"8086"
"DeviceID"=multi_sz:"8108"
; US15 is the only chipset supporting interrupts
"Prefix"="IGD"
"IsrDll"="isr_iegd.dll"
"IsrHandler"="isr_handler"
Status:
No Fix (Not a defect)
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
45
IEGD—Issues Closed in Version 10.3.1
Issues Closed in Version 10.3.1
Issues that have been either resolved or for some other reason are no longer
considered open in the current software version are included here.
Table 5.
Resolved Issues
ID
Package
Errata
Status
201310
VBIOS
VBIOS standard timings not correct for VGA 640x480 VGA graphics
mode 12h.
Fixed
201358
Windows
XP
Java application corruption at 90 degree, 180 degree and 270
degree rotation in either Single, Twin or Clone Display Mode.
Fixed
201415
Windows
CE
Video playback lags when two video files are playing under Windows
CE simultaneously in clone and vertical extended configurations
using G45, 945GV, GM45, 915GV, Q35, Q965, and 945GM.
201552
Linux,
Moblin
System response slow or screen is blank or corrupted on Linux
when switching between X and console text mode in Single and
Clone Display Configurations on US15W.
201565
Linux
“XRANDR Extension not loaded” Error prompted on xterm by port
enabling/switching in Xinerama display mode using IEGDGUI.
Closed
(Not a defect)
201686
Windows
XP
HDCP copy protection does not function properly with CH7315 on
Q45 under Windows XP causing Microsoft COPP to crash.
Fixed
201697
Windows
XP
LVDS flashes/blinks when mode is changed from Clone to Extended
or Extended to Clone.
Fixed
202019
Fedora,
Windows
XP
IEGD driver install results in black screen on VGA on Intel® Atom
Processor 400 and 500 series with GMA 3150 Graphics Media
Accelerator.
Fixed
2441300
Windows
XP
Vertical lines may be seen in video playback or any other time
(DirectDraw, Direct3D, ...) when display is rotated.
Closed
(Not a defect)
201415
Windows
CE
Video playback lags when two video files are playing under Windows
CE simultaneously in clone and vertical extended configurations
using G45, 945GV, GM45, 915GV, Q35, Q965, and 945GM.
Resolved with
IEGD Version
10.2 Beta
Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers, EFI Video Driver, and Video BIOS
Specification Update
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Resolved with
IEGD version
10.2 Beta
Fixed
March 2010
Document Number: 309380-031US
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