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Bug#411358: After power on Nvidia graphics card only with low resolution.

reassign 411358 discover-data

On Sunday 18 February 2007 13:04, Michael Josenhans wrote:
> Comments/Problems:
> Trouble #1:
> Frequently after power on of the PC, the PC provides only 640 x 480
> resolution. When then restarting the PC via the pannel
> (Desktop->Shutdown->Restart), the PC provides the correct resolutions.
> This behavior is reproducible .Maybe it is a timing problem.

No idea about this particular problem. It is outside the scope of the 
What X.Org video driver are you using? The default ones or the non-free 
ones from nVidia? In the last case you should not expect too much 
support. If you're using the free driver, I suggest you file a bug report 
against the package that provides the driver.

If you don't know which driver you are using, check the "Device" section 
in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.

I do see that your graphics controller may not be automatically detected 
during the installation, which may have something to do with your 
problems if the correct is not being used.

> 02:00.0 VGA compatible controller [0300]: nVidia Corporation Unknown 
device [10de:016a] (rev a1)

This controller is not yet defined in the discover database which is used 
for detecting the correct video driver.

> Trouble #2:
> I noticed the following annoying behavior concerning network access. I
> am not sure, whether it is a bug or a feature.

This sounds like a configuration problem. you should be able to configure 
things so that the network is automatically set up. I suggest you ask for 
help with this on the debian-user mailing list.

Thank you for your installation report.


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