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Old 01-28-06, 09:09 AM   #1
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Default Dell Inspiron 9400 with Geforce 7800 Go

When the Debian (Etch) netinst installer didn't recognise the harddisk interface in this new Dell laptop automatically and the new Intel Core Duo processors weren't recognised either, I must say I had low expectations for the NVIDIA driver working. (verision 1.0-8178)

After Debian was installed and running I fired up the NVIDIA driver installation, and... it worked perfectly! Even fixed up my X config for me. Good stuff.

Thanks for the great work NVIDIA! I am hugely impressed and greatful.

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