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Old 19th October 2010, 10:26 PM
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Quadro fx5800 on HPz800 install issue

Hey all,

I have just installed F12 on my hpZ800 workstation. Following a succesfull install i disabled the nouveau driver in my grub.confg and then installed the latest nvidia drivers through yum.

However now when i boot up the machine the loding bar for fedora (along the bottom of the screen) completes it's journey across the screen (becoming al white) and then the machine restarts.

Any ideas, there are no displayed messages.

I have heard that this can be an issue with z800 machine, just not sure what the fix is.

thanks in advance

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