nvidia g105m on asus ux50

Asked by cpkellen on 2010-01-27

i have a nvidia g105m graphics card and im trying to install nvidia 190.53 drivers on my Asus UX50 laptop. i have literally tried all types of solutions but none have worked. nvidia claims to support the card and other people have had it work no problem however it will not load on my laptop. error message reads nvidia graphics failed to initialize. i have tried other versions of the driver and nothing works. i have tried editing the xorg files and nothing works. people have said i can install an nv driver instead with no 3-d acceleration but i dont know how o do this.

anything would help thanks.

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2010-02-02
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2010-02-02
GREG T. (ubuntuer) said : #1

try this go to syatem-admin.-hardware drivers it will tell you the recommened drivers...

cpkellen (kellenh) said : #2

ive done this and tried that driver among others. i believe the problem may have to do with the intel graphics chip installed alongside the nvidia card. both perform graphics processing so maybe there is a problem with communicating which does what?
also i have heard people installing a generic nv driver that would work for all chips but does not perform 3-d acceleration. does anyone know bout this i searched around but couldnt find anything specifically describing how i could do that.

GREG T. (ubuntuer) said : #3

go to this page http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=8266921 scroll down to #10 it tells you how to make your nvidia card work

cpkellen (kellenh) said : #5

nah man thats for adaptive scaling issues im dealing with ubuntu not being able to use my nvidia graphics card at all.

GREG T. (ubuntuer) said : #6

try to step down to 185 drivers ... i have nvidia 6150se should be able to use 185 drivers but could not i had to step down to 173 and my system works fine ..

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