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  1. #1

    Why can't anyone solve my problem?

    I get this error after my linux reboot 10 or 11 times

    drm:i830_wait_ring *error* space 131056 131064

    I have read a lot of about this, peopl says that is a code error.

    How can i fix it?

  2. #2
    Linux Engineer
    Join Date
    Apr 2003
    Its look like a code error or maybe and hardware failure, like a badblock or broken RAM memory. When exactly does this accour and what distribution are using???

    Does Linux boot up at all or is it hanging or crashing??


  3. #3

    My linux and Video Card

    I have instaled Red Hat 9.0

    My video card Chipset is
    Intel Xtreme Graphics Controller

    tipo de chip: Intel(r) 82845g/gl Chip
    64 MB
    Intel(r) 82845g/glGraphics contrller

    I boot my pc, i get all the green OK screen ok, but whe i am in

    Red hat Linus Release 9 (shrike)
    Kernel 2.4.20-8 on an i686

    localhost login:

    I get the message

    drm:i830_waitin_ring "error" space 131056 wanted 131064

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  5. #4
    Linux Engineer
    Join Date
    Dec 2002
    New Zealand
    for soem reason its detectign ur 64mb card as 128mb i think. "space 131056 131064" im pretty sure 1 of those numbers is 128mB written in kB.

    check that ur bios has agp aperture set to 64mb and that pnp OS is set to no.

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