On Fri, Aug 01, 2003 at 12:25:37AM +0200, Mica Telodico wrote: > Hi all , > > I'm getting problems with FreeBSD AGP driver and > Nvidia DRVs. > > My system is composed by a Geforce3 Ti200 (by > Creative) and an MSI KT4Ultra (KT400) . I've decided > to use the FreeBSD AGP driver instead of the Nvidia > one , but I'm getting the following problem: > > When I play to Enemy Territory (for now is the only > game that I've tried) using HIGH_QUALITY options > (1280x1024 + all 32bit +all effect to their max + > texture compression NO ) after few time the textures > start to flicker. The colors are strange , and after 1 > minute the Video Card starts to draw the textures in > the wrong place (for examples it draws the texture of > a tank on the floor ) , after a couple of seconds all > the screen starts to flicker , and then the system > freeze. If I only enable the Texture compression (and > so I reduce a bit the dimension of the textures) the > problem disappears , and also if I reduce the quality > of the textures (also reducing the size). I think that > may be a memory allocation error in the AGP when it > needs to write into the main memory , or something > like this. > Is the main menu OK now?
> Someone have my problem? > Not this problem (well didn't try those options), but the Nvidia driver causes my ttyv's to fail miserably: any switch to a ttyv will cause the system to freeze, which means that I can't even shutdown properly since the system goes to ttyv first when doing a shutdown from KDE/kdm. Games run fine though. > Can someone solve it? I'd like to use the FreeBSD drv > instead of the Nvidia one (I'd like to be more open > that I can) > After all, the Nvidia driver is still beta, so problems can be expected. > Ah , Nvidia AGP drv solve the problem > I also have Nvidia AGP. FreeBSD AGP didn't change anything for me with my ttyv problem. I'll try another resolution (already tried colordepth). Have a look at http://www.soulwax.net/nvidia/faq.shtml , I found this an excellent FAQ. Karel. _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"