[PC-BSD Testing] Better nVidia Driver for PCBSD 7 AMD64?

Yvan Martin navyn5 at shaw.ca
Tue Nov 4 19:23:16 PST 2008

Yes they are. The bios on the ASUS motherboard is the most reliable. 
There was a newer "beta" version that never became official and was less 
reliable. Since I run multiple OSes (Including PCBSD 7 AMD64) on the 
desktop, stability is important.

I will try the latest BIOS version on the Netbook, but the problem is so 
similar on both that I really think it's an X-windows issue. The PCBSD 
session terminates. but there is a disconnect and the X-window server 
session does not go away as it should.

Arthur Koziol wrote:
>> I would welcome suggestions about my shutdown/restart dilemma: whenever
>> I go to the menu and choose "Leave" and whether I choose to shutdown or
>> restart I seem to get the same behaviour: the current session ends, but
>> Xserver seems to hang and I am left with a white pointer on a black
>> background. on rare occasions after a pause, the shutdown sequence will
>> continue, but most of the times I have to use Ctrl-Alt-Backspace to
>> terminate the X-windows session and choose shutdown or restart from the
>> new login screen.
>> This happens both on my 32 bit install (Acer Aspire One Netbook) or my
>> 64bit AMD Desktop.
>> Also, is there a way to toggle the "Quick Tips" on and off during
>> install? On my Netbook, the tips overlay some of the other buttons
>> (because of the limited 600 pixel height of the screen and it's a
>> frustrating guessing game at times trying to go forward from one screen
>> to the next when installing. More than one I have found myself moving
>> backwards rather than forward through screens and trying to figure out
>> how many times I need to hit the "Tab" key before I get to the right
>> hidden button.
> Is you BIOS up to date on these machines?
> Arthur 
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