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  • #11
    Thanks a lot for your help.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by zeb_ View Post
      Thanks a lot for your help.
      You should also ask on Nvidia sub-forum.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by sobkas View Post
        You should also ask on Nvidia sub-forum.
        Yes, that's a good idea.

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        • #14
          That's absolutely incredible: this happened in ArchLinux too. I passed the option NvAGP "1" in my xorg.con file and checked the freeze was fixed. Then, I removed the option again, and now after reboot the game works fine!

          I know that sounds crazy, but I see only 2 hypothesis for this persistence:

          - does the nvidia driver modifies the graphics card bios settings permanently when using NvAGP 1 ?

          - does the driver modifies (permanently) some system configuration in Linux (I am thinking of the AGP settings) ?

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          • #15
            I know this sounds crazy, so maybe this is why I don't get any comment. But has anybody an idea of what could be happening ?

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            • #16
              It is more likely that the nvidia driver has some extra "persitent settings" file comparable to /etc/ati/amdpcsdb from fglrx. Though I don't have an nvidia card, so I can't verify this.

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