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Old 03-14-08, 11:19 AM   #6
energyman76b
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Default Re: Linux users need a good driver for nvidia products!

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Originally Posted by SilentLexx
Yes, until upgrade my PC I have very stable system with GeForce 4 MX440.

Embarrassed at the fact that everything is normal on Windows, and I can not complain in tech.support and change mobo. Because they do not work with Linux. But if the on Windows and the 'nv' driver has no such problems, it means hardware in order? Is't?
nv needs a lot less energy (because most of the card is unused)
windows needs less energy.

So no, your problems could still be hardware related. A bad PSU. A bad mobo with ****ty voltage regulators or a lot of line noise.

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Originally Posted by SilentLexx
PS: On Windows I do not work for a number of reasons, one of which was a lack of stability of the system. When I upgrade my PC, I buy NVIDIA card because it worked before, and knew the good support for Linux. But now I am disappointed ...
so windows was not stable? maybe it really is a hardware problem?
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