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Old 04-16-09, 11:35 AM   #13
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Default Re: VDPAU error "NNNN 60 5" and "NNNN 43 5"

Do you all have (disabled) NVIDIA integrated GPUs as well as an addon card you're reporting the issue with?
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Old 04-16-09, 02:21 PM   #14
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I have an ASUS M3A-H/HDMI motherboard which uses an ATI 780G. On this chip there is an integrated GPU Radeon HD 3200. But as ATI yet has to come up with a driver that can use the hardware to accelerate H.264 I had to buy NVIDIA 9500GT. I disabled the integrated GPU and set the BIOS to use the board in the PCI-E slot.

I have tried my setup using Windows XP and playing the same H.264 material. As far as I can see (from the load on the CPU cores) the HW acceleration in the 9500GT works. To me this indicates that it is probably not a hardware issue but a software one (and as I have said before VDPAU works fine on the same setup with 8600GT).

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Old 04-16-09, 02:50 PM   #15
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I have ASUS M3A78-EM with integrated Radeon HD3200 and I'm using HDMI output.
I don't think the integrated GPU can be disabled with this MB, but you can set the primary display adapter to be the one connected to PCI-E slot.

MB's BIOS is updated to latest, but it didn't help the issue.

Edit: This also has AMD 780G Chipset. Seems quite similar setup as yours opiz.
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Old 04-17-09, 02:02 AM   #16
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I have attached the requested logs.

You may download the trailer i used at:

http://movies.apple.com/movies/sony_...lr1_h1080p.mov

Hope this helps!


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File Type: log mplayer_vdpau.log (2.2 KB, 151 views)
File Type: log vdpinfo.log (1.3 KB, 158 views)
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Old 04-17-09, 02:06 AM   #17
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Stephen Warren:

You'd better stick this topic and change its title to e.g. "Troubleshooting VDPAU errors "NNNN 60 5" and "NNNN 43 5"", or otherwise it'll be lost and forgotten

Oh, and BTW Please try upgrading your video BIOS is not an option for most users. Nowadays only few vendors update their GPU BIOSes.

To everyone else:

You can try finding new BIOSes on http://www.mvktech.net/ website, however you have to be aware that updating your GPU BIOS can void your warranty. Also you'd better avoid reflashing your GPU BIOS if you have customized GPU (overclocked, special cooling system, etc. - e.g. a GPU which is heavily modded by your GPU vendor).
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Old 04-17-09, 01:31 PM   #18
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cocos, Yes, you have the same bug.
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Old 04-17-09, 06:24 PM   #19
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Thought I would add that I now have an 8400gs (512MB) too, put it in the second PCIex8 slot (my board has the 750aSLI chipset), and it, but still not my 9500gt, is able to do vdpau properly (this is with both cards in, so I can swap cards by changing xorg.conf and restarting X).

The 8400gs has DDR2, like the 9500gt.

I'm not sure if this information is useful, though I think it confirms an incompatibility with the hardware.
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Old 05-11-09, 03:53 PM   #20
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Has anything happened since the last post?

I have a thread here. But to recap, I have a 9500 512MB DDR2 (Galaxy).
Latest latest BIOS, etc. I'm getting "nvidia: Error detected 1026 58 5" with 180.51

Thanks!
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Old 05-25-09, 03:52 PM   #21
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I too would like to know if there are any updates on this matter. Have you managed to successfully reproduce this error?


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Old 05-25-09, 11:38 PM   #22
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Unfortunately, we haven't repro'd this yet. We're having difficulty finding HW upon which users have reported this issue; all the boards we've tried ordering so far have ended up being no longer manufactured, or were DOA.

It'd help greatly if people with this problem could determine if it was present in the very first release to support VDPAU (180.06 I think), or was introduced later. If later, please try all the drivers we released and see which one broke it for you. Note that the VDPAU API changed slightly at 180.16, so make sure you use a version MPlayer+patches that is compatible with each driver.

Thanks!
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Old 05-26-09, 04:11 PM   #23
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i'm having the VDPAU nvidia: Error detected 1030 43 5.

We currently have hundred of evga 8400gs card on the field. It was working at the beginning and still working with the older card. The new batch of card doesn't work anymore, both card look exactly the same with the exception of the memory chip. The one that are working are mark with (752 or 749 on it ). And the one with 813 and 816 doesn't work. ( Samsung Memory ).


1) Does this problem reproduce on the latest drivers; please try both 180.41 and 185.13

Tested with 180.06, 180.22, 185.18.10

2) Please try upgrading your system BIOS (see motherboard/PC manufacturer)

Up to date

3) Please try upgrading your video BIOS (see motherboard/PC manufacturer for integrated GPUs, see video card manufacturer for plugin cards)

N/A

4) Does the problem happen 100% of the time. Does it only happen after hibernate/resume, or after cold power cycles and reboots too?

All The Time

5) Are you running any OpenGL applications (or compositing managers) or any other applications that use video (Xv) or VDPAU? Can you try starting a bare X server (e.g. choose a cut-down X session from the X display manager, or quit X, log in via SSH, start X by running "sudo X", then run your VDPAU application from SSH too)

Running fine Under Xv. But fail with VDPAU. Same result on bare X.

6) Do you have any unusual PCI cards plugged in. Does the issue occur if you remove them?

no other PCI card.

7) Have you overclocked any of your CPU, RAM, or video card? Does the issue occur if you don't?

No OC

8) Anything else different/unusual about your setup?

No, tested on Intel E1200 and E1400 CPU on different Box.

9) Do you see any messages in your system log of the form "NVRM: Xid: ..."

No
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Old 05-27-09, 11:17 AM   #24
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mtessier, Please can you also post an nvidia-bug-report from the working 8400GS systems too. Thanks.
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