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    What Should I Pick?


    Im using Mandriva 2007 on my second computer and now im on my way installing Beryl but in the guid it says that you should download drivers from nVidia to make it work ordinary.

    I have a Intel P4 with GeForce 3 card..
    (512 sdram)
    What driver should I pick?
    http://www.nvidia.com/object/unix.html

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    For the Mandriva i586 version, choose Linux IA32. Otherwise use Linux AMD64/EM64T drivers for the x64 version of Mandriva.
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    Should I pick both drivers?

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    No, Which version of Mandriva do you have? x86 or x64? Which one you downloaded from Mandriva website?
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    I Downloaded x86.

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    Download IA32
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