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Old 11-13-11, 05:33 PM   #13
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Default Re: Segmentation fault and complete freeze with GT520

The only way to rule out a faulty card is to try another one. That being said, 290.06 is working fine here as well (now on openSUSE 12.1).
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Old 11-26-11, 12:44 PM   #14
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Default Re: Segmentation fault and complete freeze with GT520

Haven't chanhged the card. Still keeps freezing. I am quite disappointed, I have never had these problems before and I have been using GNU/Linux and X from 1998,,,
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Old 12-06-11, 11:02 AM   #15
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I solved this. I'm selling the card, thank you and good bye.
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Old 12-16-11, 02:07 PM   #16
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Default Re: Segmentation fault and complete freeze with GT520

Hello!

I have the same card GT 520 (GF119 GPU) and unfortunately the same effects as 'x-Na'. After days of testing i figured that the Problem only occurs when running gnome but it happens unrelated to the window manager (this was my first guess).

All WM's i tested in gnome (metacity, openbox & compiz) showed the same malfunction. So this bug must be somewhere in gnome but i have no idea how to proceed. Anyone got a clue how i could investigate this?

Good news is that LXDE & openbox works great (also E17 & IceWM are ok). There were no crashes with vdpau & vdr-sxfe for some days, so i will just stick with Lxde for now.
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