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Old 08-01-2006, 07:21 PM   #1
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Enable 3D Acceleration on Suse 10.1

I have just upgraded to Suse 10.1 64bit with the KDE 3.5.1 desktop but I cant find the option to enable 3D acceleration for my Geforce 6200, does anyone know which option it is in? Thanks.
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Desktop->Control Center->Graphics Card and Monitor

Enter root password there.

Under the Monitor section at the bottom check to enable 3D Accel.
Old 08-02-2006, 01:45 AM   #3
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Thanks Sdexp but thats where I thought it would be aswell but I dont see the tick box to enable 3D. It was there when I was using Suse 10 with my Geforce 5500 but on Suse 10.1 it isnt there. Can anyone else help me with this please?

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