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SubjectRe: MTRR setup failure on Fujitsu Lifebook S761
On Fri, 2011-08-26 at 14:29 -0700, Suresh Siddha wrote:
> And you seem to say, things were _little_ bit better by using a MTRR
> script. What do you mean by _little_ ?

Little in that scrolling in terminals seems to work better. A failure
mode where the mouse cursor refuses to move seems to occur less often.

> Do you still see the original issue of hangcheck timer elapsed and it
> is just that the MTRR warning from drm driver disappeared with your
> MTRR script?

Yes, the hangcheck timer checks still fire intermittently and graphics
performance is still hit & miss. There is a failure mode that I call the
Amiga loading screen where vertical lines appear that are all a pixel
wide and are continuously changing in colour.

The AGP aperture is exactly 256MB in the location that the DRM warning
complained about, so what I did with the script was an attempt to answer
its lament. It accept that it may be completely meaningless in practice.

Tony V.
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