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Old 3rd July 2005, 01:43 PM
jcwalker99 Offline
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FYI Nvidia issue solved

Hello all,
I have stumbled onto something I feel is noteworthy. After fighting with the console going black (but active) after logging off an X-seesion for quite some time (FC3 and FC4), I found a fix that should have been painfuly obvious. I tried modifying the xorg.conf, colorizing the shell, reloading retro Nvidia drivers, as well as other failed attempts. It seems that many of the forums I viewed while "on the hunt" related similar issues involving black consoles with GeForce 4, dual view cards and the Nvidia drivers. It's not the Nvidia drivers. Try switching your monitor cable to the other port (the one closest to the slot interface on my machine). It worked for me
;) No GNUS is bad news! :eek:
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Old 3rd July 2005, 03:57 PM
ben s Offline
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That's weird. I have a GeForce 4 dual MB and my console display is mirrored by default to both screens. It must be a setting in the card or the BIOS.
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fyi, nvidia, solved

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