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Ok i used the repair option on the boot cd thingy...

Mr Andrewson

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Actually, better get them from the Asus site.

I once had an Asus-branded nVidia card in a machine I was setting up with Windows to give away to my sister. I just couldn't get the sucker to behave with the latest nVidia driver. Eventually tried the Asus one (tried pretty much everything else by then) and sure enough, worked beautifully.

To this day I have no explanation for it. When this card was being used with Linux the nVidia driver had no problems with it.

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