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    It seems I was just a wee bit hasty with all the hurrahs there.
    I have the same problem on bootup as before, I have had agood look around the Nvidia linux forum and there does seem to be a lot of fiddling about with various driver patches there.
    It seems that mdk10.1 does have difficulties in loading the nvidia module at startup.
    I have posted a query there:
    http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/show...720#post557720
    None of the solutions that seem to have worked for the others there are giving me any joy.

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    Try editing /etc/modprobe.preload and adding nvidia
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    I have already got "alias char-major-195 nvidia" in modprobe.conf ( I didn't put it there), in modprobe.preload there is "nvidia" (no quotes) in /etc/modules there is also the same "nvidia"(also no quotes).
    All of which have been suggested on that forum but don't seem to make any difference.

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    I have the same problem on bootup as before
    What problem is that, precisely?
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    The X server seems to crash and it says connection reset by peer.
    If i su to root and modprobe nvidia it then loads and I can start the xserver and kde.

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    well it seems to have stopped doing it now.
    I just rebooted again and it has loaded normally.
    Perhaps one of those file entries has made a difference though why it didn't before I dunno.
    Thanks for all your help.

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