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acidkewl 05-26-03 07:36 PM

GF2 MX 400, cant go above 1026x768
 
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I am using a Geforce 2 MX 400, running slackware 8.1. My problem is I can't get my resolutions to go above 1026x768. I know its possible because I can get to 1600x1200 in windows. Also I can't get itto run in 32 depth display(even with lower res set). Attached is my XF86Config-4

/proc/driver/nvidia/cards/0
Modle: Geforce2 MX/MX 400
IRQ: 111
Video BIOS: 03.11.01.30.00
Card Type: AGP

dleblanc 05-26-03 09:27 PM

In the Device section, add the line
Code:

Option "BandwidthTest" "0"

acidkewl 05-26-03 10:54 PM

Testing...

Section "Device"
Identifier "VESA Frameuffer"
Driver "nvidia"
Options "Bandwidth"Test" "0"
#videoRam
#Insert clock lines here
EndSection

Doesn't work. What worked before skill works, but I still can't do a depth of 32 or above 1024x768 res.

DrOzz 05-27-03 12:40 AM

well i don't know if it is another typo, but i noticed you have your irq at 111, and i know you meant 11, but you also typed "Options", and if this is what you actually used then, it is "Option" not plural..so if it is a typo and you did try Option, then i don't know what to tell ya

acidkewl 05-27-03 06:45 PM

Both were typos in the posts. Real IRQ is 11 and I did do "Option" in my XF86Config-4. Thanks for pointing that out though.

dleblanc 05-27-03 09:14 PM

If the bandwidth isn't it, you'll need to post /var/log/XFree86.0.log .

acidkewl 05-28-03 06:23 PM

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XFree86.0.log

ssross 05-28-03 08:56 PM

With the frequencies you set for your monitor (H 31-50, V 50-90) , you can not get much past 1024x768. Check your monitor's specs.

To get 1600x1200 the horizontal frequency must be ~80khz or greater. (careful, don't set these higher than your monitor can handle or you could damage/destroy the monitor!)

If you have gnuplot installed you might want to look at:
http://www.xfree86.org/3.3.6/VideoModes15.html
which is a script to plot the available modes for a given setup.

example: ./modeplot -b 185 -h 31 50 -v 50 90

(-b 185 is just an estimate for a monitor capable of 1600x1200)

The 'DEPTH, BITS PER PIXEL, AND PITCH' section of the driver's README addresses the second part of the question. (depending on how you read it :)

scott


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