Linux x64 (AMD64/EM64T) Display Driver
However, if some physical X screen did not satisfy that requirement, then not only would that physical X screen not be rendered to as expected , but also all physical X screens with a higher number would not be rendered to which was unexpected. Note that this is required by the Nvidia driver. Select which one you prefer. A card crashing when drivers are installed for it is often a bad card, maybe power supply issue. I used to support mint, briefly, but no more, so will leave it there. I use 2 power supply, one for the card and one for the system.
A card crashing when drivers are installed for it is often a bad card, maybe power supply issue. Should there be a real geek reading this willing to help me with my issue for real nonetheless, feel free to send me a Mail. But how can this be if everything works fine on Windows? Gave me some errors I can't completely recall right now. This will only allow you to set up a legacy based install. To install that, execute the following from the terminal: sudo apt-get install nvidia-settings Close the terminal when done.
Note that this will only install the driver — not the Nvidia settings for the driver. Thanks for any serious answer, and my apologies for my frustration. Hardware designs will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, so please consult with a system's manufacturer to determine whether that particular system is compatible. It's this kind of nonsense I hate about computers. You can also run programs with the dedicated graphics using optirun Your comment is backward, the actual question would be, why would you expect the older, out of current status driver to work better than the newer release, that includes bug fixes, card version support updates, etc? Unless you are not using the right cables or connections on it for the video cards.
A card crashing when drivers are installed for it is often a bad card, maybe power supply issue. But, for the record, I don't really think it's an issue of the Operating System though it clearly still needs a lot of improvement here and there, and more visionary minds. I have tried to install it on an other pc and it get a pink screen. However, the graphical interface still won't start up, even after a seemingly smooth install of the driver. . Gave me some errors I can't completely recall right now. Wait for the prompt and login using your username and password.
Installation instructions: Once you have downloaded the driver, change to the directory containing the driver package and install the driver by running, as root, sh. And though the Linux community is different, it's basically still just the same. Upon repeatedly asking for help max. Though, with the Windows 10, Windows 8. I use 2 power supply, one for the card and one for the system.
If your power supply does not work when running video cards, you need to replace it. Can you test it with another system. I guess they were talking about hardware and software with respect to the computer industry — at least that is my opinion. For a card as new as the poster has, you want the newest driver, not some crusty old packaged version that shouldn't even be offered to users as a current driver for the card type he has, but rather just as a fallback to be used if and only if the current nvidia stable driver, which is 355. The real issue at hand are the people. If Mint can't handle it, why would I believe other linux distributions could? I figured this must have something to do with the installed linux, so I deleted the linux partitions.
Can you test it with another system. Laurent85 wrote:When done, upon boot, grub menu list should appear. You should not see any error messages — just ignore any warning message about utf8 locales if any. Press F10 key to start. If this is not the case hold down the shift key upon boot to force grub menu to appear. Hey guys, nice to meet you. Installing from an unsupported sources should be reserved to power users and developers.
Edit grub boot parameters to start in console mode. Big ups to the people over at linuxforen. Do not worry; just launch the Driver Manager application and select the 340. Wait for the prompt and login using your username and password. At first everything will going apparently wrong because your Cinnamon will crash. Distributors are encouraged to package libvdpau.
So, there was the first sign telling me that the problem is actually the graphics card really. The damaged hardware issue was just an early assumtion. Unless you are not using the right cables or connections on it for the video cards. This is no attack against Linux Mint, nor the devs or anyone who wanted to help me especially the ones who meant it , it's simply just some sort of review. But clearly, the reality is different. Next install nvidia driver using the command line : Code: sudo reboot After editing the boot parameters and starting, the screen became kinda weird. So I tried out to install Linux Mint 17.