Found the fix here. The available solution is in the openSUSE 10.3 Release Notes:Older Intel Graphics ChipsOlder Intel graphics chips are supported by two drivers (“i810” and“intel”). The intel driver is the default on openSUSE 10.3 due to thehigh demand for features like native mode setting (no longer VESA BIOSbased) and RANDR 1.2 support.When updating to openSUSE 10.3, the i810 driver is not exchanged withthe intel driver. Use “sax2 -r” to switch to the intel driver.The intel driver is still not as stable as i810; use “sax2 -r -m 0=i810”to switch back to i810, if you encounter problems that did not occurpreviously with the i810 driver. In those cases, consider to open a bugreport against the intel driver.———-