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  • Schwut
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    @Saltystew -

    What kind of gpu do you have? You should be just been able to use driver manager to get the recommended Nvidia driver instead of using the mamarley ppa.

  • Saltystew
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    @Schwut -

    Nvidia GTX 970. I used the driver manager to begin with and after 10 minutes of being on it I crashed like crazy. Haven't crashed using the new one I got from mamarley ppa.

    I really don't know what the difference is tbh. Maybe I just did something wrong after using the driver manager that messed up the newly installed driver.

  • Schwut
    +1
    @Saltystew -

    That seems really weird. I have a gtx 960 and everything went fine with driver manager.

  • Saltystew
    +1
    @Schwut -

    Well I'm no expert obviously. So it may have just been my fault.

  • Schwut
    +1
    @Saltystew -

    I doubt it's your fault. There isn't much you can mess up with driver manager.

    • Saltystew
      +1
      @Schwut -

      Then I got nothin. Unless there was some update in the package manager that messed it up, because that's all I did after installing the new driver.