nv problems on AMD64 6.1-RELEASE
radlinskic at acm.org
Wed Jan 3 11:29:06 PST 2007
I'm running the latest release BIOS release and there's no AGP rate
option. Could this be because my board is PCI Express?
On Wed, 2007-01-03 at 12:52, SirDice wrote:
> Chris Radlinski wrote:
> > Thanks for the reply. I'm not using the proprietary NVidia drivers.
> > I'm using the open-source X.org nv driver. Is there a way to adjust the
> > agp rate on that driver?
> Not that I know of, neither is there on the proprietary driver. I had to
> lower the AGP rate in my BIOS. I know you're using the nv driver, I just
> find it interesting I had the exact same symptoms even though I am using
> the proprietary drivers. It also seems varied between kernel/OS updates.
> Sometimes I can set it to it's max, at other times I need to lower it
> while having the same version of the NVidia driver. This leads me to
> believe it's not so much a driver issue but something in the kernel
> itself (either generating the errors or not dealing with them properly).
> YMMV but it's worth a shot, so is upgrading the BIOS to it's latest
> version. Which I had to do to even be able to lower the AGP rate in the
> Remko C.
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