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Old 10-20-2003, 11:42 AM   #1
tactic
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Again NVIDEA Problem - TVout and boot


Hello everybody I am Newbeeee and i got SUSE 8.2 and a NVIDEA GeForce MX440

I got some trouble with the TVout... (I installed the NVIDEA driver - 3D support etc works)
BUT:
I see this message (after the bootmanager) and i see it only when i have TV and PC via composite connected!!!)
"
You passed a undefined mode number
Press <Return> to see video modes aviable, <Space> to continue or wait 30seconds
...
"
So if i continue or enter a specific mode the "Startup" looks to me like in Safe settings mode (white on black) and not in the normal grafic way.

AND:
I only see something on my TVscreen till Linux starts (after the bootmanger the TVreen is black)
I tried a few different metamodes but no result...

Some ideas? And forgive me for my bad english

thanks
 
  


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