Thread: BSOD with 6111
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Old 08-06-04, 06:45 PM   #5
can|s|_ycan
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Default Re: BSOD with 6111

energyman76b: I've tried 3 drivers (1 unofficial release which proved more stable then the official), 7 kernels (some of which I used several compile time variations). All of this over the course of 2 months. I lost count of the times I've had to hard boot my box. I don't blame nvidia for this issue because I don't know the root cause. I'm just hopeing that someone with a similar configuration has had more success then I have.

# testgart
version: 0.100
bridge id: 0x74541022
agp_mode: 0x1f000b7b
aper_base: 0xf0000000
aper_size: 128
pg_total: 240896
pg_system: 240896
pg_used: 0
base=00000000f0000000 range=0000000008000000
base=f0000000
entry.key : 0
entry.key : 1
Allocated 8 megs of GART memory
start=1080135355, end=1080137281
MemoryBenchmark: 2076 mb/s
start=1080137371, end=1080139940
MemoryBenchmark: 1557 mb/s
start=1080140015, end=1080141906
MemoryBenchmark: 2115 mb/s
Average speed: 1916 mb/s
Testing data integrity (1st pass): passed on first pass.
Testing data integrity (2nd pass): passed on second pass.

Output from dmesg:
agpgart: Found an AGP 3.0 compliant device at 0000:00:00.0.
agpgart: Putting AGP V3 device at 0000:00:00.0 into 8x mode
agpgart: Putting AGP V3 device at 0000:02:00.0 into 8x mode

I have no problems with AGP while using nv or other generic fb drivers. Also, I can only build the kernel with agpgart. I cannot disable agpgart or build it as a module while makeing my config. I'm not positive on this, but I believe this is due to my architectures dependices.

Thanks for your post!
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