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Iazel 01-14-10 10:22 AM

Aspire 5935G and GeForce GT 130M problem on Ubuntu 9.10
 
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I've searched on the forum something to solve the problem, but it still here :(
I've tried different drivers, but no ones seem function. When boot, after the log screen of Ubuntu, it fix on a black screen. I searched in the Xorg log file, and the problem seems to be the resolutions 1366x768 not supported and that:
(WW) Jan 14 16:51:33 NVIDIA(GPU-0): Unable to read EDID for display device CRT-0

However, I attached the log file, so anyone who want help can find all the detailed information there :P
Thanks in advance!

PS: I use the PAE version of kernel

EDIT: This Laptop have two videocard, one integrated (and with this I've no problem to recognize the monitor) that is set to primary, and the second one that is nVidia GT 130M. I think that no monitors is connected to nvidia, but I don't know how to connect it T_T

Iazel 01-15-10 11:38 AM

Re: Aspire 5935G and GeForce GT 130M problem on Ubuntu 9.10
 
I'm still working on this problem and I've other information.
The Primary Drive is the integrated ones, and this recognize connected the display and do EDID without problem... Another thing is that when I've buy the notebook, it have installed the 187 nvidia driver, and this ones is installed in Windows partition too.
Do I must put this driver instead of 190?

Iazel 01-18-10 09:34 AM

Re: Aspire 5935G and GeForce GT 130M problem on Ubuntu 9.10
 
UP

vervelover 05-21-10 07:55 AM

Re: Aspire 5935G and GeForce GT 130M problem on Ubuntu 9.10
 
I guess I have a solution, I think it's a matter of the EDID not being recognized by the nvidia driver. If you have a windows partition (I don't, it would take me a long time to reinstall), can you enter nvidia-settings, click on the "acquire EDID" option (it's under some tab I don't remember), and upload the file somewhere so I can download it? After that it's just a matter of properly editing xorg.conf to use the customEDID option, if I'm succesful I'll post how I did it.


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