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Old 05-05-06, 12:32 PM   #1
v1rtu0s1ty
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Default First time encountered - 1.0-8756 problem

Hey guys, I have always upgraded my nvidia driver everytime I see an new version on this site. I have a 6600GT card and it's flawless. I never had any issues with versions 1.0-7* upto 1.0-8178. It was awesome. All I do is just use the same xorg.conf I have over and over I have and it was painless. I also just follow the link I created, http://restricted.dyndns.org/kernelnvidia.html but since I know it by heart already, I don't update it anymore. Anyways, I reverted back to version 1.0-8178 because the 1.0-8756 version had my screen shaking. In case you ask, my kernel version is 2.6.15.1 on an FC3.

Right now, it's awesome again using 1.0-8178.

Are you having the same issues as I do with your 6600GT card?

Just want to let you know guys!

Just reminds me of this cool phrase:
***~=[If ain't broke, don't fix it!!!]=~*** LOL

Neil
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