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Old 05-25-06, 04:08 AM   #51
krionius
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Default Re: Suspend/Hibernate - does it work for you?

It seems the new driver is a bit better than the previous.

I've had system hang on suspending with the previous one.

With fresh new driver I can suspend, but resuming results in system hang when X is being restored. I have a blank screen, and freeze. (All memory restoring seems to succeed, but when X should come to life with the nvidia driver - it utterly fails.)

Without nvidia driver all works fine.

(I will check DISABLING agp (i am using nvagp, not kernel AGPGART!), when I will be in the mood, after feeling the good old sadness that yes, sure, it does NOT work again with my nforce2/gf6800 combination. Disabling AGP is of course not a real solution.)
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