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Old 12-16-02, 04:56 AM   #1
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Talking TNT2, 41.91 and stupid lines with GNOME


Yesterday I installed the latest (41.91) Linux nVIDIA DIsplay Drivers (I did that using RPMs for my MDK 9 distro) and when I run GNOME i see some stupid lines all over the screen and whole Nautilus screen is ie. yellow... ;-) I will place a screen soon...
I run the drivers with RENDER acceleration disabled (picture is crappy also with RENDER acceleration enabled) my hardware is poor TNT2 Model 64 (not overclocked), AMD Duron 700MHz, 256MB RAM@133MHz.
Everything was all right with 31.23.

If anybody from nVIDIA is reading this, pleaseeee, fix it ;-).

Regards, Peter

P.S. I didn't notice any graphic bugs with KDE...
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Old 12-17-02, 04:10 AM   #2
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Default Why would you even upgrade that?

I dont see why you'd upgrade really.. unless you were just hoping to gain 'a' fps

Downgrade to 3123 if it runs well man, the new one adds functionality the TNT wont use.

When they fix it, then try the new one again.
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