EVGA Nvidia Geforce Driver Installation CD (Ver 09-210-50-1 ) Setup Free
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Nvidia released on January 23, 2017 the Linux Geforce drivers with the Geforce Drivers 296.59. In short, these drivers deliver better open-source support, more in common with the closed-source drivers but it is still different. In one way, this was a backwards step from the previous software but we'll see what happens as more features are developed.The drivers are available for all major desktop kernels. NVIDIA supports the Geforce GTX 750 Ti and GeForce GT 950 up to the GT1030.
If you are seeing this message, your installation media does not contain the latest drivers for your graphics card. Here is the full installation instruction on how to install the latest drivers from NVIDIA. Please make sure that you do this before reporting bugs about your hardware.
The GPUs that may be supported by the different versions of NvidiaDriver Installer are listed below. We have pulled the latest image information from nvidia.com for the latest support data for your graphics card.
To get the Latest NvidiaDriver Installer : Download http://www.nvidia.com/object/linux-display-amd64-295.40-driver.html Install and run NvidiaDriver Installer using the following command line options to install the latest Nvidia driver: sudo nvidia-installer --update
To manually install the drivers follow the steps below: Download and install the latest download from http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx sh NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-295.40.run [Next steps depend on your distribution] Log out, switch to the safe mode if prompted. Install the driver Reboot 3d9ccd7d82