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Old 05-31-04, 03:27 PM   #1
NathanW
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Default Suse 9.1 re install the Nvidia driver

STeps to follow if you have installed and then uninstalled the nvidia drivers.



The driver if once installed then removed can be re installed by going to the web update site and then clicking show all updates. Then where the nvidia driver is check marked click again and it will have a suse green/white icon then click accept and it will re install the driver, without having to do the download and then compile kernel steps. Great time saver.
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