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I just upgraded to openSUSE 10.0 and am loving every minute of it. There's one thing I'm confused about, though. Sax2 looks a lot different. I see nothing about 3D acceleration. I looked in Online Update for the nVidia graphics driver, but it's not there. Does SUSE 10.0 install it for you? I don't think it's already installed. There's no nVidia logo at start-up. Can someone tell me how to get 3D acceleration working, and how to install the nVidia driver? I have a Geforce FX 5200 (128 MB VRAM).
In that case, I would suggest following the instructions provided by Keruskerfürst for downloading and installing the latest nVidia driver. Ultimately, that's what I ended up doing. I was having a strange video problem, too, and the ultimate solution seems to be have been to install the new driver direct from nVidia. My question, though, is can I still take advantage of SaX2 for future driver installs?
Anyway, that's beside the point. Try installing the nVidia driver according to the directions provided above or on nVidia's site, and see if that helps.