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I have a computer running SuSE Linux 9.1 Pro and it has and old nVIDIA video card in it. Apperently there is no support for 3D Acceloration with this card. I tried downloading the driver with YaST Online Update but when I try it says it had an error and it stops installing. I've also tried downloading the driver off of the internet it says that there is no precompiled kernal found when you run it and it stops installing too.
drethenerd; have u tried nvidia,s site for support & upgrade with driver & card. they are mfg,s they may if not out of warranty, reluctanty they may
offer help any way. they do not want lose customer? can not hurt to try!