Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 971590
Artifacts in gnome-shell with GeForce Go 7600 after upgrade
Last modified: 2015-02-17 10:29:15 EST
Created attachment 757923 [details]
Screenshot of the artifacts
Description of problem:
After upgrading from F18 -> F19 Beta (up to date as of the 6th of june) I get artifacts during use of gnome-shell. See the attached screenshot.
It manifests itself as artifacts around windows in the overview (as in the screenshot), missing background in the overview (as well as the rest of the screen turning black when a modal window appears over it, ie. the "select file" window in firefox when uploading the screenshot for this bug report), as well as some missed screen redraws. The latter is most easily noticeable in gnome-terminal, where when using screen, it will sometimes not redraw if I switch between screen windows (switching *again* or doing C-A l often fixes it). During login (in GDM) the artifacts show as the input field for the password flickering when I type into it.
It's a laptop, and the card is a GeForce Go 7600.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start the computer
2. Artifacts appear first on the login screen, then next after login
This is a duplicate of issue 966948
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