Recently I have acquired a microboard computer, ultimate black one ( http://www.microboard.com.br/ultimate-black/ ) and installed fodora 12 on it.
It has a wlan card assembled by 3DSP (http://www.3dsp.com.cn/).
NVIDIA hasn't been updating their binary Linux drivers as frequently as they were earlier this year when it would be hard to go even just a week without seeing a new beta, an official update, or changes to either of their legacy drivers.
Installed fresh Windows XP on Dell workstation. Downloaded drivers for a specific service tag using another computer onto a USB. Plug the USB into the Dell and can't execute any of the drivers. When I click on the drivers a cmd window blinks really fast but nothing happens.
What is the problem? I downloaded drivers for appropriate Windows version for the Dell computer.
I have a HP HDX16 1140-US and I am running Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit on it. Its video card is a Nvidia 9600M GT. I want to update to the latest driver (http://www.nvidia.com/object/linux-d...18-driver.html). However, I'm not sure of the safest way to do this without running into the problems I've heard about when it comes to update the NVidia graphics driver (ex.