Install Proprietary Video Driver in Linux Mint or Ubuntu

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Install Proprietary Video Driver in Linux Mint or Ubuntu

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Install Proprietary Video Driver in Linux Mint or Ubuntu In this video I walk you through the step by step process to install the proprietary video driver in your Linux Mint or Ubuntu system.

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50 thoughts on “Install Proprietary Video Driver in Linux Mint or Ubuntu

  1. Didn't work for me. Any idea? Keep getting the error message in a black screen something.. Nouveau…… failed to idle channel 0Xcccc0000 XORG (some numbers)… and then it sends me back to the login screen…. but to be honest not really able to install the Linux mint 17.2 (i have a Nvidia GTX590) at all because it's freezing in like every 1-2 minute. Tried to fix it for 5 houts but nothing. Can't even reach to hit install…. I really would like to learn linux and so on but atm it seems impossible. Thanks for the help in advance.

  2. Youtubes "linux mint gtx 750 ti" well time to go through and have to read some random post on how to do it.

    You know what. Ubuntu and Linux Mint aren't worth it. If they don't have the time to fix their shit I don't have the time to use their shit.

  3. Completely lost trying to get through this video. Did all the updates for ppa you said to type. Nothing worked as mentioned. Errors on every line you gave to type or asked lots more questions I had no idea how to answer. You just said it's already installed on yours and went on. For me about 25 questions were asked for which I have no idea how to answer. Also you don't say how you found the video driver version as there seems to be numerous ones listed in the 200 lines or so of output you show. You just seem to pick the highest one found. Also when I do the same, none of those listed are any more current than about two year old drivers. Nvidia says 361.42 is what I need and I downloaded a .run file for that. The most current version in all this tyoping and searching you have us do is 352.63 which is the long outdated version installed by Linux mint to start with. So am I to assume that whatever this xorg ppa thing is, they are also only providing outdated drivers?

    My original problem I'm trying to fix is that immediately upon installing Linux Mint Cinnamon 17.3 it says the video drivers are possibly incorrect and Linux is running in the Software Rendering Mode which is not recommended. And sure enough CPU usage stays near 100% all the time. I went to the NVidia site and got the 361.42 driver which is supposedly the latest one for Linux but it is a .run file. The instructions I see online say to doubleclick it. That didn't work and I had to find another tutorial on how to make the run file runnable. OK did that. Now If I double click it, it seems to run but gives error messages when trying to run. Hundreds of lines of info pass by on the screen. Who knows what any of it means.

    I'm getting very perturbed that I can't even get video drivers working on Linux which was incredibly easy on Windows 7. Then no one using Linux seems to want to use the graphical interface and just types commands which virtually never work on my PC. Why get Linux with a GUI if everyone giving instructions refuses to use the GUI. I hate typing commands and entering my password over and over and over again. I had to enter the password 6 times just in following the first part of your video.

    I decided to try Linux Mint since MS is now sabotaging anything non-Windows 10 (Windows 7 updates now permanently hosed) and also dont want the privacy invading Windows 10 on my system. But if I can't use Linux GUI to do most things and have to continuously enter a password and type commands, Linux isn't up to par in my book. I prefer to seldom use the keyboard except for typing documents. Also Linux (tried Ubunt and Mint and Zorin) can't even seem to get simple driver installations done so apparently Linux isn't for me. Back to trying to fight MS to stay on Windows 7 I guess as that's less hassle than even the simplest installations in Linux.

    This is a complex video that is not at all easy to get through unless you are thoroughly familiar with Linux commands and what all these xorg repository things are all about.

  4. I don't have external graphics card, My processor is;
    00:02.0 VGA compatible controller [0300]: Intel Corporation 2nd Generation Core Processor Family Integrated Graphics Controller [8086:0102] (rev 09) (prog-if 00 [VGA controller])

    Now which graphics driver is perfect for my PC.?? I'm using linux mint 18 "Sarah". And am I able to use nvidia graphics driver.?
    Thanks in advance.

  5. I have a question about upgrading my videocard to a newer model, (I should point out that i used this video to install the proprietary Nvidia drivers for my current card, and it has worked great for the past year). What would be the best method to remove the old drivers so i can install an upgraded videocard. Old card is GT740 new card will be GTX1050.

  6. im using a Lenovo G50 laptop with AMD Radeon Graphics card. I've tried this but it says resource temporarily unavailable.
    What to do? i need to use Graphics for video editing

  7. I installed my used Geforce 750ti graphics card in my motherboard, and Ubuntu studio recognized it immediately, it's displaying through the HDMI port without me downloading any drivers. Unfortunately, the graphics card fans run really high for a second or two randomly. My basic motherboard doesn't give me much control, so what software will give me control of the video card?

  8. I've spent a day on this (by reading linux mint forums) and am thankful I have found your video. Finally cinnamon doesn't crash anymore. I also installed "bumblebee-nvidia" with "nvidia-settings" and the actual driver as my card is an Optimus one (didn't even know until an hour ago)

  9. I did do this task and while it did indicate a few new updates, I have zero new drivers. And after mentioning amd, it doesn't later come back to amd, so I guess this video wasn't meant for those of us who are running amd graphics after all.

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