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Old 11-18-06, 07:11 AM   #1
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Default Adding one non-nvidia PCI card to system, problem

I have inserted a PCI graphics adapter to my system so now I have a Geforce4 Ti4200 (agp) and a S3 Virge PCI graphics adapters.

My goal is to use DVI+S-Video on the Geforce and a standard VGA (which is also the only ouput on the PCI-card) with 3 separate X screens under one X server.

My problem:
It seems like the nvidia driver dont like when theres another non-nvidia adapter in the system. If I use the S3-card as Screen 0 X wont find any matching device sections for the GeFroce card, and if I use one of the 2 outputs from the Geforce as Screen 0 X wont find any matching device sections for the S3 card.

Anyone knows if there is some problem when using 2 graphics adapters there one of em is a non-nvidia card?



Very weird but the config only worked when the Screens was defined in a certain way of the devices
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