For some time I installed the NVidia driver for my GeForce 9800 GT card.
I have some questions:
1. If a new version driver version is released, how can I replace the current driver with this one? The driver will be installed automatically from Fedora repositories or should I do it manually (and how)?
2. I noticed today that in Fedora repository is a new kernel.
I am running Ubuntu 12.04.4 with the Gnome Classic shell and have been using the on-board graphics (Intel) from my Gigabyte GA-Z77X_UD5H with no graphics card installed. Last week I purchased an EVGA Geforce GTX 750 TI graphics card. Thus began my problems.
According to my research, I had to have the Nvidia driver 334.21.
Hi there! The ati graphics-card i have installet in my laptop is HD 5470.
I have installed the drivers both from the repositories AND from System Settings -> Additional Drivers -> ATI/AMD proprietary FGLRX graphics driver. I can locate the Catalyst Control Center, but i cannot open it.
How might I confirm which driver is being used for my graphics card?
I've recently been having some graphics trouble with Wine, and, in attempting to resolve it, I realised that I don't actually have confirmation that the graphics driver that I intend to be in use is actually the one being loaded.
The intended driver should be installed, but I'm not confident that it's actually being used instea
I have a question regarding Ubuntu OS v. 13.10 update to the newest version of 14.04.1. Does this update alter the current driver setup what I have installed? Most importantly, does it affect the current Nvidia graphic's card driver?
It took some time to get the correct proprietary driver installed for my Nvidia graphic's card on my desktop computer.
I recently built a new computer with an Intel i5-4670k CPU, Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H UEFI motherboard and Nvidia GeForce GTX 770 graphics card. I installed Arch Linux while following the beginners' guide, and things went smoothly until I tried to install a graphics card driver.