I have an nvidia 6200 and I cannot figure out which driver to use, I think it would be the 71xx but I want to make sure before I try and mess something up.
I'm not an nvidia user, but 71xx are legacy drivers to my knowledge, like, 16mb legacy.
96xx is legacy too, it looks like GeForce3 era, which is old.
I believe you're able to use the plain old 'nividia' package.
Last edited by Aaron (2008-05-14 03:07:59)
I have a Geforce 6200 and I use the standard nvidia driver 169.12. It works well. The driver from testing works with kernel 2.6.25
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Post-GeForce4 is already "non-legacy".
I need real, proper pen and paper for this.
USe the non legacy..
pacman -S nvidia nvidia-utils
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