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you should install driver using system->administration->hardware drivers, unless for some reason it isn't properly detecting your video card make sure you uninstall drivers that you installed manually...
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    you should install driver using system->administration->hardware drivers, unless for some reason it isn't properly detecting your video card

    make sure you uninstall drivers that you installed manually

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    system->administration->hardware drivers doesn't exist on my computer.

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    search for and install nvidia driver packages in repo manually then as a next option, you may have to enable non-free repository to get them to show up

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    If you still have an operative xorg.conf then I suspect you're running Lenny with a 2.6.2x kernel. You might have better luck moving to Squeeze (soon to be Wheezy) and using a more up to date kernel (and better nv driver).
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