Next I tried using envy that also failed. June 13th, 8. I upgrade the thing daily, so all the packages are up to date as of yesterday. None of that seems to help. The only plus is that is was the same problem every time.

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June 26th, So I tried removing the driver liinux installing the latest one in Synaptic named something like nvidia-glx, or something similar.

I am running out of ideas Tags for this Thread gsasus g1snnvidia driver. I think i may have also done it with command line but i don’t really remember everything i’ve tried.

– Nvidia Corporation: G96 [GeForce GT] – Ask Ubuntu

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Linux x64 (AMD64/EM64T) Display Driver

Do not use this device So I have no clue on what these are if you have kinux info or idea on witch one i should use, Please Tell me Thanks! I’m running this on a 19″ LCD so yeah it looks awful. Join Date Jan Beans Hidden! These are options to install proprietary drivers.


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I believe it’s 9. June 12th, 1. But if you choose to test if proprietary drivers work better, or work at all with this card, then you need to know how to revert system back. None of that seems to help.

[ubuntu] Nvidia GeForce GT Driver Problems

No help there either. June 13th, 8. Also do a total unistall of any installed nvidia or ati modaliases and linux restricted modules and linux restricted modules common. It appears that the driver has installed, as I can run nvidia-xconfig, which doesn’t help, and I can use the Nvidia Display Configuration tool instead of the Ubuntu one. Trying from the first one to the lastI finally found out the one that would fit me the bestand here it is what I have downloaded from Synaptic Package Manager: Can’t remember which section that was, maybe Display?

I tried the stable version first, linuz luck. The output of the command ubuntu-drivers devices will be a list of the package names and short descriptions of the available drivers and it will also identify the Recommended proprietary NVIDIA graphics driver for your system.


The time now is I was trying to use the xorg. Join Date Nov Beans Hidden! It can be done using system console with a command.

Now you use open source drivers. Only the official packages and security releases. And if everything works OK, then it makes no much sense to change anything.

I’m willing to try just about anything, I don’t have anything important on this partition, so worst case scenario I just reinstall.