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Old 05-26-03, 08:45 PM   #22
mmaster
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ok then...

do this:

init 3
(changes you to cli mode - no gui)

su - (supply root password)

nvidia-installer --update -f

and see if the drivers reinstall

when yer done,
exit
(to cancel the su mode)

init 5
( to go back to gui mode)

other than that, i'm stumped...

and, for the record, I'm not convinced it's the drivers...

and, for giggles, do this:
rpm -qa |grep nvidia
to see if you installed the rpm versions...

if they are installed, you can
rpm -e RPMPACKAGENAME
where RPMPACKAGENAME are the nvidia rpms listed with the -qa line...

just be careful, and make sure to read the man pages and be sure of what you want to accomplish... we don't wanna muck up your system for you...
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