boagenator at gmail.com
Sat Apr 8 04:53:13 EDT 2006
On 07/04/06, Ryan C. Gordon <icculus at icculus.org> wrote:
> > making the kernel developers look bad and nvidia look high and
> > mighty.
> Actually, I'd guess it's a flakey motherboard, not a kernel or nvidia
> issue, although both the kernel and the nvidia drivers do a lot of
> tapdancing around flakey hardware, so it's possible they could fix this
> in a future patch, if I'm even right here.
> Fwiw, I'm using two PCI Express 7800GT cards in an SLI config, amd64
> kernel, and it works fine with ut2004, so it's not that the drivers are
> generally hosed.
I am inclined to agree here. I noted straight away the affected user is
running a DFI Lanpart board. I have come across all kinds of problems with
this and MSI based boards that just plain don't occur with other
manufacturers. Try upgrading your BIOS, or, getting a decent (Asus, Abit,
DFIs are great for overclocking, one of the most troublesome however with
Lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on mine.
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