I've installed kmod-nvidia on my F12 system and now it doesn't boot anymore. I just receive a black screen with a blinking '_' on top of my screen immediately after i choose F12 in my grub menu. (I have a Nvidia 8800GT.)
I've tried to run the following command after the installation but it didn't work:
Hello. I have installed kmod-nvidia-173xx and done everything your guide says (http://www.mjmwired.net/resources/mj...a-nvidia.html#), but after reboot I get a flashing _ . What can I do? nVidia has always been a pain to me on my obsolete graphics card.
I have a system with 3 nvidia gtx 580s. I have a monitor connected via an onboard vga card and it's running xwindows with the intel driver. The nvidia driver does work as I run code on the 3 of them, and nvidia-smi shows up just fine.
I'm running into overheating issues and want to force the GPU fans to run at a higher speed.
Hi,I recently bought a Thinkpad T520 with both integrated intel gfx and nvidia discrete gfx. While I mostly use the gfx for normal usage, to hook up to an external display, I have to use the nvidia card. How can I get both the intel and nvidia drivers installed so that when I boot with intel gfx, the intel driver is used and when I reboot with nvidia, the nvidia driver is used? I
I have an Nvidia GeForce GT 500 series card, and cannot install the video driver needed:
Additional drivers doesn't find any
Downloading and installing the driver from the Nvidia website doesn't work
CTRL+ALT+F1 gives an error ("no native mode, forcing panel scaling)
my monitor stays flickering
I am having a very similar problem. I just installed CentOS 6.1 and have an Nvidia FX 5500 video card. Before installing the legacy kmod nvidia driver the display settings could detect my Dell mo... [by The_Dude]
I'm trying to get the proprietary nvidia driver working on my MBP running Ubuntu 14.04. I was previously successful in disabling the nvidia card and running only the Intel card, but it seemed unable to support an external monitor.