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I added that to /etc/modules and it did stay there after reboot but it didn't help at all...
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    I added that to /etc/modules and it did stay there after reboot but it didn't help at all
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    can you verify though, after rebooting that the previous command I posted returns output similar to
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    lsmod | grep nvidia
    nvidia               7851108  36 
    i2c_core               22608  1 nvidia
    agpgart                31216  2 nvidia,intel_agp

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    nvidia 7822336 24
    agpgart 35016 1 nvidia
    i2c_core 26112 2 nvidia,i2c_nforce2
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    Try manually restarting X without reinstalling the nvidia driver -
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    sudo /etc/init.d/kdm restart

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    It kills the xserver and says kdm has started successfully but it doesn't load into my gui. Typing the command again boots it up fine.

    I have noticed that typing startx boots into Gnome instead of KDE
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