What are the ten or fifteen lines before "make: *** [nv.o] Error 1"?
OK, we can see there's been an error, but ... err ... we can't tell what it was.
If you want, you can make >log.txt 2>&1 and attach the resulting log.txt file to your next post, that way you'd be sure to catch the error (you'd catch all the output).
At a guess, I'd say you need to install kernel-source. But that's purely a guess, based on the number of times it fixes problems -- I would need to see the actual error that gcc is giving to be able to know for sure.