I have a Intel N2800 motherboard with the PoverVR Cedar Trail GPU. It seemed that it was not possible to make it work other than using some meego kernel patch that works on a specific kernel version. Even the graphical part of the installer did not boot up.
To fix this issue I bought a Club 3D PCI-E x1 Nvidia GT-610 graphics card. With this card I was able to install the OS, but still can't get it to work.
With the nouveau driver that comes with the F17, the booting gets stuck at the "F" logo.
With kmod-nvidia drivers I got to the login screen, but it freezes there.
When I installed the nvidia proprietary driver and used
nouveau.modeset=0 on the kernel command line to disable the nouveau driver it got stuck at booting after the text messages go past. After the text messages there is a black screen with the white "text cursor" in the top left corner. Every once in a while the screen blinks and show the text boot log that is presumably "below" the black screen.
I read that more than one fedora user has resolved this by removing xorg.conf. I tried that too, but it didn't work either. After removing the file it gets stuck on the "F" logo, with yellow stripes and other "artifacts".
The motherboard has only a single short x1 pci-e bus connector, so there are not that many other cards that can be tried.
There is also a slight possibility of a mb failure, as the USB's seem to get sometimes unresponsive at random.
Is there anything software related I could try?