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Old 05-07-2009, 05:17 PM   #1
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installing new driver for graphics card on computer with Ubuntu and no internet

I need to install the propietary driver for my graphics card but i dont know how to do it without the internet so can anyone help me i am a total newbie
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You'll need to download the drivers with another PC, and burn them to CD. Place the CD in your machine, open "Software Sources" and select "CD". Then continue with the instructions, or use "Hardware Drivers" to complete the installation.

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