[mythtv-users] Nvidia Driver Woes
beckd at dig-concepts.com
Fri Jun 25 15:15:49 EDT 2004
Hey All. First off any and all comments on my problem are appreciated.
Ultimately the "Renderaccel" "1" was the culprit. When I switched that
it worked just fine.
I appreciate your info Jason it would have definitely got me up and
running but I would have been sad if I updated to the latest version
because the overscan feature is a must for me. Please don't be too hard
on my boy Jarod because he's been the single most helpful, either
directly or indirectly, person in my quest to setup myth machines for my
family & friends ;)
Is it possible to uninstall a driver and go back to a previous version?
Jarod Wilson wrote:
> On Jun 24, 2004, at 21:09, Mike Matsuzaki wrote:
>> Take it easy cowboy!!!
>> On Fri, 2004-06-25 at 16:00, Jason keirstead wrote:
>>> On June 25, 2004 02:01 am, Jarod Wilson wrote:
>>>> Obviously, a functioning driver is the highest priority. But for
>>>> many people
>>>> on this list, the definition of functioning includes overscan, so
>>>> quite a few
>>>> of us use 4363. You're speaking only from personal experience, with
>>>> little knowledge of the history of this mailing list and its users.
>>>> I've been
>>>> here quite a while.
>>> Why do you keep saying stuff like this? I have been using mythtv,
>>> and on and
>>> off this mailing list ( and when off I follow the archives ), for
>>> over a year and
>>> a half now.
> My apologies, but I'd never seen a posting from you before a week ago
> either, and I've been quite the regular on this list for some time. I
> do now see that you had three posts back in late 2002, then nothing
> until last week. But you apparently have a much different recollection
> of what users are after than I do. And on a related note... If you've
> really been following the lists as closely as you say you have, you
> would have seen quite a few postings about the nvidia driver and
> Out of curiosity, why the 1.5 year hiatus from posting on the list?
>> You just started posting here about a week ago. May you should do some
>> research before you post... Some of your comments are quite
>> questionable. Whatever, free country. For me, I'd follow Jerod's
>> No. of Jason's posts here: 13
>> No. of Jerod's posts here: 1421
> Only 1421?!? ;-)
> I think that says enough for me right there, but I'll continue anyhow.
>>> I also personally know 2 other people who use myth in their homes (
>>> and who I set
>>> up myself )
> I've personally set up quite a few more people than that, along with
> umpteen folks I've helped on and off this list via email and with my
> web page. Two people that you set up means squat to me.
>>> so please stop assuming I know nothing about what anyone is
>>> doing / problems they have?
> Again, may I remind you, you're the one who said "I have no issues so
> I don't care" and belittled the value of overscan, which most users on
> the mythtv mailing lists I've been following want. I'm not assuming
> you know nothing, but I do know there are areas in which you lack
> knowledge, by your own admission.
>>> When you AssUME make an Ass out of U and ME.
>> Clever. Never heard that one before.
> Me neither...
>> Jerod, why even bother with this.
> Trying to educate, and I like a good debate, even if I know its
>> Keep up the great work.
>> forward to your Mythtv on FC2 guide (hint, hint)... just kidding. I know
>> you're busy. I'll try it myself sometime when my wife's not looking.
> Working on it. Big move day at work is tomorrow, we work through the
> weekend, then things should ease up, and I can throw together a
> long-overdue, massive update...
> And in closing, I will not respond on-list to another posting in this
> thread. It has nothing to do with nVidia drivers anymore, its nothing
> but a pissing contest. Feel free to email me personally if you wish to
> attempt to further enlighten me.
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