[mythtv-users] Using ASUS M2NPV-VM on-board nvidia chip?

Sean Goodpasture goofygrin at gmail.com
Wed Oct 24 02:47:08 UTC 2007

Mine's running combined FE and BE (mostly for commflagging) and I've had few
problems.  Mostly when left on live tv for hours (when the tv is actually
turned off).  Simple education solved that, as well as a
ctrl-alt-backspace.  Driving 1080p via DVI.  Mostly HD, with a little SD
thrown in, not using XvMC.

Running Mythdora 4 (upgraded to the SD, 20.1?)

Maybe your memory is going bad?  I'd get memtest86 and burn it to a CD to
verify that the memory is good.

On 10/23/07, Joe Votour <vulturej at vulturesnest.net> wrote:
> I'm using this motherboard with 1GB of RAM (128MB reserved for onboard
> video) with an Athlon XP 4200+ EE.  It's driving a LCD TV at
> 1920x1080p via a DVI to HDMI cable with mostly 480i and 1080i sources.
> It's working great.
> Frontend machine only, running Mythbuntu 7.10.
> -- Joe
> Quoting Craig Huff <huffcslists at gmail.com>:
> > While recovering my FE system after the disk got corrupted, it occurred
> > to me that this motherboard uses shared memory for the on-board video
> > and that might cause (might already have caused?) system problems.
> >
> > I have 1GB of RAM installed and I'm using the on-board video with output
> > via the S-video port to my POTS (plain old TV system) -- yeah, I know
> > there's **another** pre-existing use for that acronym ;-)
> >
> > What do other users of this motherboard do?
> >
> > Craig.
> >
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