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Old 02-10-06, 03:53 AM   #1
darkshadow
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Default Strange problem with bottom of video

I have been lazy in trying to fix a problem that showed up when I upgraded my nvidia driver about 6 months ago but now it is really annoying me.

When I watch a video in mplayer using XV or X11 or GL2for video output and set it to full screen the bottom 25% of the screen is cut off and just shows the desktop

The only way I can watch the video correctly is to use the opengl "GL" video output which works fine.

What could be wrong? Also I know this is a nvidia driver problem as I was watching a video fine using xv and decided to upgrade drivers in the middle and did nothing else to my system then when I tried to finish the video a couple minutes after the upgrade it was like this.
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