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  • Envy



    Choose your task, click Apply, and it's away.

    http://blogs.pcworld.co.nz/pcworld/t...hics_envy.html

  • #2
    I have used Envy and it's an impressive bit of software. It installs the nvidia driver and there is some kind of problem with that on my system. I have found that I can continue by editing the xorg.conf file and replacing the nvidia driver with the nv driver.

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    • #3
      The time I looked at this piece of software it tries to install the nv drivers as debian package. I tried the same for me before but later I thought that

      nvidia-installer --uninstall

      worked good enough in most cases. When a NV driver does not load, then usually the kernel module did not compile or the restricted drivers are active (on Ubuntu) and provide another kernel module. I am usually a bit radical when this happens and just delete every package with restricted in the name and use my own script *g*

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