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irotas 12-15-07 04:11 PM

Visual distortion when using binary driver
Yesterday I tried switching from the open source 'nv' driver on Ubuntu 7.10 to the binary 'nvidia' driver from NVIDIA. If it matters, I used the 'Envy' script from here: http://albertomilone.com/nvidia_scripts1.html

At first all I got was a black screen when X started, but I got past that by adding the following to my xorg.conf:
Option "UseDisplayDevice" "DFP"

Now I can get X to start, but there are many thin colored vertical stripes on the right hand side of my screen, and the bottom of the screen is a duplicate of what I see on the top of the screen.

You can see the output of 'nvidia-bug-report.sh' here:

Some additional details which may or may not be relevant:
- Dell Latitude c840 Laptop
- Geforce 4 440 Go video card
- Linux 2.6.22-14-386

Anyone have any idea what is causing this, or how to fix it? Please let me know if any more information is needed to help diagnose the problem.


irotas 12-16-07 09:32 AM

Re: Visual distortion when using binary driver
Found a solution here:

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