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Too bad. I also made some further tests. I ran into the same problem using 32 bit linux and also with only 2gb ram in my machine.
(as I read that some drivers have problems with mem mapping when using 4gb on 64 bit, but that doesn't seem to be the isssue here)
Always got the corruption (unless I use the new driver and specify the small ram size using xorg 7.3).
Trying out fedora 9 with the new xorg wasn't better either.
So I don't have any idea what else to try.