On Fri, 26 Dec 2008 18:14:38 +0000 af300...@gmail.com wrote: > Hi, > > For several reasons, one of which was to use the nvidia driver for > my board, I switched from amd64 to i386. So, I installed the driver > and although things are working I'm getting this on console 0: > > NVRM: AGP cannot be enabled on this combination of the amd CPU and OS > kernel NVRM: kernel upgrade recommended > > So, when I installed the nvidia driver I said to enable AGP. > (Figuring only that this is an AGP board, why not?) My graphical > environment works but I'd like to resolve this. Also, I think that > some little quirks in my display can be attributed to this, but I'm > not sure. Is there some sort of kernel option I must include and > build my own kernel? > > Thanks, > Andy > > ps in case it matters, my board is rather "old." I purchased it 4 > years ago and as I'm not a gamer, it suffices quite nicely. Here's > the driver I had to install for support of this chip:
Did you install the latest Nvidia driver? Perhaps your card isn't supported anymore. Nvidia dropped some "older" chipsets in their latest driver. You can try "nvidia-driver-96xx" or "nvidia-driver-71xx" in the ports. I hope this helps. regards Marco -- Economies of scale: The notion that bigger is better. In particular, that if you want a certain amount of computer power, it is much better to buy one biggie than a bunch of smallies. Accepted as an article of faith by people who love big machines and all that complexity. Rejected as an article of faith by those who love small machines and all those limitations. _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"