On Fri, Aug 11, 2006 at 10:30:55AM +0200, Stefan Fent wrote:
Just to make sure: Did you reset the CMOS with the
reset jumper on the
No, I hadn't thought to try that. The BIOS indicated the CMOS
checksum was bad, which I took to mean that the new version
automatically threw out the old version's dataset.
I then did a 'load optimal defaults', which oddly enough did not
enable bank or node interleaving, and searched through menu by
menu for new options.
But I'll try the CMOS jumper just to be sure before I throw in
the towel on this.
I'm back at 3776MB (since the IOMMU is at a useless address,
I disabled it), so at least I'm a little better off than when
I also had another funny idea I might try sometime today: disabling
hardware acceleration on the ATI. These slow page flips might be
the result of copying inbetween different parts of video memory.
So if the frame buffer became write-only, I'm wondering if it
would speed up any. That would at least make the symptom go away.
Kind weird to think that turning off acceleration would speed up
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