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Hi, I'm using fedora 13(64 bit system). recently i installed emerald themes and used it, but all of a sudden one day,i got an bug report stating that compiz software ...
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    Compiz crashed.


    Hi,
    I'm using fedora 13(64 bit system).
    recently i installed emerald themes and used it,
    but all of a sudden one day,i got an bug report stating that compiz software had been crashed.
    the bug report is shown below,

    after that crash,
    all my windows appears without Window Borders like this,


    When i gave
    compiz --replace
    this command, it resulted like this,
    Code:
    [pradeep@localhost ~]$ compiz --replace
    compiz (video) - Warn: No 8 bit GLX pixmap format, disabling YV12 image format
    how to recover from this crash ?

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    Which Graphics Card do you have?
    Code:
    lspci | grep -i vga
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    Code:
    [pradeep@localhost ~]$ lspci | grep -i vga
    00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation 82G33/G31 Express Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 10)
    [pradeep@localhost ~]$
    casper, last time while saving the xorg file, i was not able to login after that...
    so i dont want those compiz effects now....
    how to remove those compiz and emerald software's ?

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    you can uninstall compiz and reconfigure xorg.conf file.
    Code:
    su -c 'yum -y -e compiz'
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