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Old 04-20-09, 05:09 AM   #3
cehoyos
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Default Re: Desktop Video corruption & VDPAU playback freeze w/180.44 and 185.19 on 8400GS

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Originally Posted by oldcpu View Post
  • The behaviour on the desktop is corruption in the openSUSE desktop theme (KDE classic theme lasts many minutes longer before corruption - but still occurs) , especially if large icons are chosen on desktop, but still occurs with small icons. Corruption is also icon independant. Example screen shot: http://img218.imageshack.us/img218/4...th18519scr.jpg
    Problem does not occur when using VESA driver
  • the VDPAU anomalous behaviour is a freeze of the video after a short period of playing
I'd like to confirm that I did see the very same issues (although desktop image corruption was much worse), but cannot reproduce them at present, neither on a Core2, an Athlon XP or a Katmai.
A possible fix for the corruption problem was the removal/change of other PCI cards.
Driver version may not be the cause, because I just tested with 180.37 (and regularly use newer versions).
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Attached are nvidia-bug-report.log files from both 180.44 and 185.19 occurrences of the problem on this same PC.
Please read http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=123819 and post a full bug report here for the pre-emption problem.

Carl Eugen
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