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Old 05-18-07, 12:31 PM   #73
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Default Re: Evilghost would've been proud. :p

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NVIDIA just released some new drivers for Linux that supports the entire 8-series line of cards. I haven't had much time (and luck so far) with manually installing NVIDIA drivers on 7.04. Good luck with your adventures with Kubuntu!
Do the drivers in the repos not support the 8series?
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A little off topic, but a couple of things re: XP install that popped up in this thread need to be corrected:

1) No, you don't need a slipstreamed CD (i.e. XP w/ SP2) to successfully install XP. Plain old XP w/o SP1 is just fine, as

2) you can then d/l and apply SP2 on your XP install no problem. And finally,

3) SP2 includes SP1 so no need to download/apply SP1 beforehand.
Everytime I updated to a newer service pack xp died on me a month or so later.
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