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Jonathan Nieder 09-03-2012 08:31 AM

Bug#652353: Bottom 1/3 of screen turns black, then system locks-up
 
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Hi again,

Jonathan Nieder wrote:
> asdf wrote:

>>>> nSource: METHOD_CNT, nStatus: INVALID_STATE PROTECTION_FAULT Ch: 1/3 Class
>>>> 0x004a Mthd 0x0db4 Data 0x00000020:0x00000000
>>>>
>>>> System also runs fine under knoppix, so it does not seem to be hardware
>>>> related.
[...]
>>> http://www.mail-archive.com/dri-devel@lists.sourceforge.net/msg48977.html
>>> shows the same error from the nouveau driver on 2.6.32 kernel on an older
>>> nvidia card. So same kernel version squeeze uses.
[...]
> Well, it sounds like it was a bug to me. ;-)
>
> Now I'm curious: are you still using this hardware? If so, what kernel
> do you use these days, and how does it act?

Ping. Are you still interested in pursuing this bug? "No" is a
perfectly fine answer, but please do let us know so we can plan
accordingly.

Thanks again for your help,
Jonathan


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Chris Ditri 09-03-2012 07:42 PM

Bug#652353: Bottom 1/3 of screen turns black, then system locks-up
 
No, thank you.


Quoting Jonathan Nieder <jrnieder@gmail.com>:


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Hi again,

Jonathan Nieder wrote:

asdf wrote:


nSource: METHOD_CNT, nStatus: INVALID_STATE PROTECTION_FAULT Ch:
1/3 Class

0x004a Mthd 0x0db4 Data 0x00000020:0x00000000

System also runs fine under knoppix, so it does not seem to be hardware
related.

[...]

http://www.mail-archive.com/dri-devel@lists.sourceforge.net/msg48977.html
shows the same error from the nouveau driver on 2.6.32 kernel on an older
nvidia card. So same kernel version squeeze uses.

[...]

Well, it sounds like it was a bug to me. ;-)

Now I'm curious: are you still using this hardware? If so, what kernel
do you use these days, and how does it act?


Ping. Are you still interested in pursuing this bug? "No" is a
perfectly fine answer, but please do let us know so we can plan
accordingly.

Thanks again for your help,
Jonathan


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