Originally Posted by Simon Bridge
So you do not need the older driver - create a new home directory and transfer the files you want to keep over, and enable anti-aliasing.
Apart from that, you know how to hunt for packages in synaptic - just search for nvidia and read the descriptions.
The anti-aliasing trick doesn't work for me: the error persists. For the home dir copy: it's too late, I've already installed the 8.10 freshly. If I have a look at the nvidia website, the latest (stable?) driver for my card (Linux IA 32) is 96.43.07 (see http://www.nvidia.com/object/unix.html
. If I search in Synaptic Packet Manager, I just find the 96.43.09, which is beta - nothing else (besides driver series 7x, which are not for my card). Is there a way - apart doing it the nvidia way - to get that driver as .deb?