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Old 02-08-2003, 10:22 AM   #1
noir-gel
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Nvidia Geforce2 GTS, LG FLatron 774


Hi!!

Maybe any of you have the same hardware:

Nvidia Geforce 2 GTS
Monitor 17" LG Flatron 774FT

... or maybe you know what problem do I have...

I've just installed nvidia's drivers following their instructions of deactivating the use of DRI and GLcore and activating GLX.

I've been trying with many combinations of the XConfig-4 file parameters like framebuffer and resolutions, and all the correct values of refresh rates for my monitor, but my X can't start with this new drivers I have to go back to the nv drivers (I'm under Debian SID)
Curiously once it worked but I think I changed something and when i rebooted it didn't work... (anyway I don't remember any change done)

Thank you very much!!

.alvaro.castro.
 
Old 02-08-2003, 06:41 PM   #2
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i got the same problem on my lap top which has geoforce 2 go graphics card
i installed the original driver from nvidia but they did not work and the one in redhat is not working too so i am currently using vesa drivers in redhat vesa worked in mandrake to and you should be able to work with them in debian
but the problem with them is when x server starts screen blinks for a second
 
Old 02-10-2003, 05:21 AM   #3
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please, help!

Does the monitor really matter in the X configuration?

I'll try more options...

but please, tell me something that can help me...


:-)

.alvaro.castro.
 
Old 02-10-2003, 04:36 PM   #4
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The monitor you pick determines things like refresh rates (not sure how this affects LCDs, only played with LCD monitors once on a laptop in passing) so you *could* try a different monitor selection which would make X use different refresh rates.
 
  


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