|08-26-05, 07:05 AM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2005
I have Asus motherboard with NForce2 Utra. I do not have any graphics cards from NVidia. I have Windows and Linux, both installed on the same hard drive.
According to this I would like to ask a few questions :
1) in the license agreement I have read that I have to have
- the hardware on a graphics controller board (I undrestand that this is a graphics card from NVidia)
Like I said, I don't have graphics card with NVidia chipset, but only the NForce2 chipset. Can I install the drivers then ?
2) can I install NVidia's drivers and software on both operating systems on my PC ?
Are those both things meeting the license agreement ?
I really thank you for your help - Tomek
|09-04-05, 07:32 PM||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2002
Re: license problems
Don't all nforce2 boards come with a geforce4 mx? Regardless, noone's gonna go knockin' down your door because you installed some drivers.
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