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Old 08-23-03, 12:14 PM   #1
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Hi,

I'm a new Red Had 9 user trying to learn my way around the system. I want to install graphics drivers for my GeForce 3 Ti200 card. I'm at the NVidia site at the download screen, and my options are as follows:

Linux IA32
Linux AMD64
Linux IA64
FreeBSD

Can someone tell me what the appropriate choice should be for an Athlon XP system running Red Hat 9?

Thanks,

Joe
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Old 08-23-03, 03:31 PM   #2
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If you're running a typical pc (intel or amd) you should just download the IA32 drivers. (Believe this to mean intel architecture-32 bit)
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Thanks, I got the nvidia driver installed and working.
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