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Old 01-14-03, 06:47 PM   #2
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If you're using driver 4191, the problem is most likely with the script. It only checks for a kernel module name of "NVdriver", which was the name of the module in release 3123 and previous. nVidia decided to be fun and change the name of the module with the release of 4191 (little friendly jab at the developers there... ), and it's caused headaches like this ever since.

So... you're probably OK anyway, especially if you can see the nVidia logo screen. If you really want, you can open up the script in a text editor, search and replace "NVdriver" to "nvidia" (without the quotes), and rerun the checker, but I'm not entirely sure that's necessary.
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