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Old 01-02-10, 06:34 AM   #1
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Default nvidia 9400gt pci 0x065b not supported on latest drivers

Hello Everyone,

I have recently upgraded my pc to fedora 12 after installing on it an evga nvidia 9400 gt pci (standard pci , not pcie). I am trying to make a htpc so i need to get some hardware accelaration for video using vdpau and the nvidia drivers for linux. The problem is that this card doesnt seem to be supported from the nvidia drivers.

After installing the latest nvidia drivers (190.53 i think) the system hangs on boot. I get to the console using ctrl-alt-f2 and i try to start X manually getting error msgs that no drivers are found for the graphics card. Well i checked the pciid which is 10de065b and it is not listed on the supported products list although the 9400gt is listed as supported with different pciids. I have searched this forum and i found a solution using 180.27 drivers but i cannot get that driver version to install and also i dont know if vdpau was enabled on that release.
I am thinking if flashing the card bios and changing the pci id of the card would solve the problem but i cannot test it cause i dont want to end up with a dead graphics card.
Is there any solution so the graphics card can be recognised and used for hardware accelaration???

Thanks in advance
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Old 01-02-10, 12:16 PM   #2
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Default Re: nvidia 9400gt pci 0x065b not supported on latest drivers

It should work without needing to meddle with the BIOS. Please see the forum sticky posts about how to generate an nvidia-bug-report.log.gz file.
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