[Bug 25759] New: noise (sound not video) when moving cursor or window with a x300 ( rv370 m22 ) integrated card
moebius1 at free.fr
Sat Jan 2 04:35:50 PST 2010
I've partially solved the problem by inserting in xorg.conf the option
NoAccel : no more noise !!!! (but so long compiz and good morning for
slow window redraws)
So, after finding that solution, I've tried XAA accel instead of EXA
but with noise again.
It's strange because this card is supposed to accept acceleration....
Is it possible to accel a little bit less the hardware to avoid noise ?
perhaps is it a silly question....
With this new result, does someone has a better idea ?
Thank for your past (and future) help
Anyway, I'm glad to have obtained this result, even if I want more !
Le 22/12/2009 14:18, bugzilla-daemon at freedesktop.org a écrit :
> Summary: noise (sound not video) when moving cursor or window
> with a x300 ( rv370 m22 ) integrated card
> Product: xorg
> Version: unspecified
> Platform: Other
> OS/Version: All
> Status: NEW
> Severity: normal
> Priority: medium
> Component: Driver/Radeon
> AssignedTo: xorg-driver-ati at lists.x.org
> ReportedBy: moebius1 at free.fr
> QAContact: xorg-team at lists.x.org
> It's a very strange thing that happens.
> I own a toshiba m40-140 laptop with a french keyboard (don't worry, I'm french
> too !!), and the video card is a m22 x300 (rv370) ati.
> I always had to use the propriatory driver to avoid the present problem. But
> now ati doesn't support anymore this card and in jaunty or karmic ubuntu,
> there's no more propriatory drivers for my card.
> I use the free driver radeon and I get an horrible noise when moving cursor or
> moving a window or watching some video.
> This noise looks like heads of the hard disk moving very fastly. But perhaps is
> it another thing (can video card make such a noise ?) It's really ugly and make
> the use of my laptop very unpleasant (very very). The fan noise was enough for
> me !
> I've looked around and find nothing after hours of searching.
> I've tried the vesa driver : no noise with it but the screen is not good
> because the vesa resolutions don't match my screen resolution (1280x800).
> I was thinking about some memory swap problem and tried to increase videoram in
> xorg.conf, but the driver doesn't accept more than 128000 (the xorg log seeems
> tell that detected memory is around 132000)
> In fact it's a very old problem that I can't avoid anymore.
> I've tried to correct it a lot and for a long time now....and I hope that
> someone can help to solve it.
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