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So i recently upgraded my graphics card from a Ge Force 5700LE to Nvidia 7300 GT with 512mb of ram. I formatted Linux, and wanted to start a fresh, when ...
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- 03-10-2007 #1
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So i recently upgraded my graphics card from a Ge Force 5700LE to Nvidia 7300 GT with 512mb of ram.
I formatted Linux, and wanted to start a fresh, when attempting to install my graphics drivers using envy, i get the message "your graphics card does not appear to be supported install anyway?"
What do i do?
Any apps for Ubuntu That support recent graphics cards
My system: 3.0GHZ P4
OS: WINDOWS VISTA / UBUNTU
GRAPHICS: NVIDIA GEFORCE 7300 GT
Thanks for any help... P.S im kind of a newish user, got used to linux now but some things i cant get my head around.
- 03-10-2007 #2
i would first try installing nvidia drivers with apt-get
If that doesn't work, i'd do some googling on you "cardName Kubuntu"
There's a little more to this but (just do a search on it and there are many HOWTOs):
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