> On Tuesday 23 July 2002 23:43, you wrote:
> > On Tue, Jul 23, 2002 at 11:35:02PM +0200, Dieter N?tzel wrote:
> > > On Tuesday 23 July 2002 23:23, Steven Walter wrote:
> > > > Alright, looks like I have been able to alleviate my woes by dropping
> > > > down to 1x AGP. Stupid AMD motherboard.
> > >
> > > So would you please so kind to tell us which mobo, rev, chipset,
> > > manufacturer etc. and NOT blame AMD per se?
> > > There are so much different ones.
> > >
> > > Then we can fill some docs/black lists etc.
> > No problem. It's a Shuttle AI-61 with AMD-750 chipset. Only one
> > revision of the AI-61. Didn't mean to implicate AMD so strongly (I like
> > them), however I do recall the 751 northbridge being particularly
> > unstable at AGP.
> Ah, thanks.
> Have you CC'd to DRI-Devel?
> I had an AMD 750 based one (MSI MS-6167 Rev 1.0B, Irongate C4, without bypass)
> before with V5 5500 AGP (but the tdfx driver and Voodoo core didn't really
> use the AGP stuff). Pushed it to my father...;-)
Where do you spot C4?
also cat /proc/pci
and lspci -vvv
give different revisions.
> Most helpful would be "cat /proc/pci" and lspci -vvv to get the real chipset
> versions (C1-5, 6 never hit the streets).
As a matter of interest bypass is off by default on my board (Gigabyte GA 7IXE4)
but I have suceeded in enabling it under windows with a tool by H. Oda and
experienced no problems. After reboot it is disabled again.