I downloaded this driver from the NVIDA site - see http://www.nvidia.com/download/drive...px/69372/en-us but I need to go to a command line log in with no X server running in order to install it.
The stock driver for this video card works but I do not get full use of the card. How do I install the NVIDIA driver?
NVIDIA has released the short-lived 325.15 "Certified" Linux graphics driver update. With this new NVIDIA 325.15 Linux graphics driver comes a horde of fixes and other minor advancements and new graphics processor support.
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Nvidia released driver version 304.51 with more bug fixes.
What is new in version 304.51
Added support for the following GPUs:
GeForce GTX 660
GeForce GTX 650
GeForce GT 645M
GeForce GTX 670MX
GeForce GTX 675MX
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Not sure where to report this but I ran into a problem with akmod and the nvidia driver from rpmfusion. Did a new install of Fedora 20 and did the nvidia install as per the guide on this site. Afterwards, X refused to start, due to lack of driver. For some reason, akmod is not creating the nvidia driver. Switching to kmod fixed the issue.
I just got a new graphics card, AMD Radeon HD 7790, and I'm having trouble installing the driver. I uninstalled my all of my old graphics drivers and used Driver Sweeper. I then downloaded the appropriate driver from the AMD site and attempted to install it, but I ran into errors when the installer tried to install the Display and HDMI Audio driver packages.
Hello. I seem to be having many problems with the nvidia drivers. After I installed the driver (from the Debian repositories) and I still seem to experience a lag when moving windows, and KDE will not let me add some of their desktop effects (ex. the cube effect).
Let me just go over what I have tried. First, I have tried to install the drivers from the driver on nvidia's web site.
Since I re-installed Ubuntu, I have attempted to install a working nvidia driver. Despite having a functioning NVidia Graphics Card (see below for specifics), I was never offered the chance to install the proprietary driver. As a result, I attempted to install the one from the repos (nvidia_experimental_304).