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Old 02-25-03, 05:16 AM   #2
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Default My solution

I got excactly the same problem as you, what I did was looking under the XF86 logfile under /var/log/... on the last line I saw AGP4x initializing or something similar. Now the problem is that I only have a motherboard that supports AGP2x.. So what I did was that I wrote in

Options "NvAGP" "0" directly under the
Driver "nv" module in my XF86Config file...

that makes X boot up without using AGP... (which might not be a good Idea in the long run) I mean things run pretty smoothely. But I'm going to see if I could fix the problem.
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